Wednesday, February 03, 2016

A change in the weather...

Playlist
Dream Theater - The Astonishing
Various - Blue Note Rare Grooves (1967-1971)
Various - Blue Bop
Various - Blue Movies: Scoring For The Studios
Various - Blue Break Beats Vol 4
Copland - Symphony No. 3, Clarinet Concerto
Motörhead - Aces Up My Sleeve - The Collection
Various - 3/60 Legends of Soul
Gazpacho - Molok
Alice Cooper - Inside Out (Live)
Françoise Hardy - Françoise Hardy Collection Platinum
David Bowie - Lazarus
Various Composers - The Genius Of Rome (1592-1623)
Adele - 25
Subsignal - The Beacons Of Somewhere Sometime
Ornette Coleman - Change Of The Century
Spock's Beard - The First Twenty Years
Jethro Tull - Too Old To Rock'n'Roll Too Young to Die (Steven Wilson Remix)
Lutoslawski - Dutilleux; Lutoslawski: Cello Concertos
Soft Machine Legacy - Live At The New Morning
Dizzy Gillespie - World Statesman
Soler - Antonio Soler : Harpsichord Sonatas Vol.1
Cloudland Blue Quartet - Four Last Things
Jethro Tull - Minstrel In The Gallery [40th Anniversary : La Grande Edition]
Chicago - Night And Day: Big Band
Dizzy Gillespie - Birk's Works
Scriabin - Piano Sonatas #1, 4, 5, 7 & 9
Various - That Cat Was Clean! The Mod Side Of Jazz
Various - Cloudland Blue Eclectic Selection 2016 Volume 5

At last a day where I looked out first thing and saw no evidence of wind or rain...

Bloomin' natural climate change...



A nice breakfast at home...



...preceded another quiet day...

Good skies again at last...



A walk along George St today to pick up contact lenses for the Exec Producer...


TAsty low calorie sandwiches from M&S and a wee scoot around Fopp, no purchases...


Back home, Anne's absence at Zumba provided the opportunity to record this week's podcast...


Very tasty home made pizza on her return and a couple of episodes of "The Goldbergs" which has returned to the small screen in a welcome fashion...

Judicious editing and listening back then ensued into the night...

Lights out...

Highlight of the Day : A change in the weather...

2 comments:

Disco Stu said...

Yeah, the Goldbergs are ace. I had homemade pizza also this week, courgettes, yellow pepper, red onion and cheese. Yum. Listening to your new Mixcloud eclectic mix volume five. Skipped forward couple of times from the Ray Charles track and the seven nations army cover which i thought was guff. All good re others though. Looking forward to eclectic mix volume six.

David Quartet said...

Cheers Stu. Glad you're enjoying the mixes albeit not everything but that's the nature of the beast. Judging by my purchases this weekend vol 6 may have a goodly amount of classical. It's all good - like our home made pizzas! Xx