Wednesday, March 09, 2016

Two is the new three...

Brad Mehldau - 10 Years Solo Live
Esbjörn Svensson Trio - Seven Days of Falling
Brett Garsed - Big Sky
Liquid Tension Experiment - Liquid Tension Experiment
Michael Gibbs - Tanglewood 63
Van Nostrand - Voyage in a White Building I
Jack Bruce - Live On The Old Grey Whistle Test
Golden Earring - Fully Naked
Jean-Michel Jarre - Essential Recollection
Red Hot Chili Peppers - One Hot Minute
Various - Island Presents: Roots
Udo Lindenberg - Feuerland
Various Composers - Sparkle
Dutilleux - The Centenary Edition
Various Composers - Pour Deux Clavecins
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Stadium Arcadium
Iñigo Ugarteburu - For The Unknown
Hollywood Vampires - Hollywood Vampires
Pallas - Mythopoeia
Uriah Heep - Crocus City Hall, Moscow, 15 October 2015
Clementi - Complete Sonatas For Fortepiano Vol 6 : The Late Sonatas
Various - The Best Of Hallyday, Rivers, Mitchell, Anthony & Vartan
Glanert - Sinfonie Nr. 1, Vier Fantasien, Mahler/Skizze, Drei Gesänge (Sinfonie Nr. 2)
Chet Baker - Chet Baker Sings
Aretha Franklin - I Never Loved A Man The Way I Loved You
Various - Funk Fever
Various Composers - Piano Dreams
Danny Saul - Kinison - Goldthwait
Steven Wilson - 4 1/2
Cloudland Blue Quartet - Four Last Things
Motörhead - Aces Up My Sleeve - The Collection

Out this evening for an interesting talk from economist Richard Jeffrey at the National Museum in Chamber Street...

This, however, is the nearby University courtyard...

This, inside the tower at the museum, where welcoming drinks had, earlier, been had...

Upstais from there, an excellent meal was enjoyed and interesting chat on the world economic situation almost a quarter of the way into 2016 was taken in...

The message seemed to be, things are not as bad as they might seem to people who merely get their news from the media, rather than actually looking at matters in an in depth way...

And 2 is the new 3...

Out around 10:30...

..and a walk for a bus...

Home, perhaps, ever so slightly, the worse for wear...

But better informed...

Highlight of the day : Economics...

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