Extended Intermission

December 6, 2008

Hello. I know it’s been a while since the last post. Truth is I don’t really feeling like doing this at the moment. I probably will start again but I don’t know when. Sorry.

9 Responses to “Extended Intermission”

  1. henry s Says:

    looking forward to your return…I love setting adrift in this memory bliss!

  2. Luke Says:

    Second that. But I suppose now I have an excuse to leave the office at lunchtime?

  3. Da Capo Says:

    Good luck with whatever is going on in your life. Looking forward to your return.

  4. Miller Says:

    I became a little bit addicted to this blog. It’s too bad my own music press archives vanished, so I took great pleasure in re-reading it via your blog. Good luck and come back soon!

  5. estanis Says:

    i’m another one of those who regularly came to visit, and will in the future

    thanks for all the great stuff you have shared so far, always fascinating to see and to read

  6. phil Says:

    indeed. this blog has become a key part of my daily career success avoidance strategy. oh well. back to pornhub and weather reports.

  7. smax Says:

    hello mate,

    stewart copeland (drummer of the police) is looking for an article that was in melody maker in 1975 / 76 called “Seeing Through Curved Air’s Copeland”.

    he’s writing a book…. and has put up a plea on his website….

    i know it’s along shot, especially with the intermission and all, but any chance you might have it? i know a superstar drummer that’d be very grateful…

  8. John D. Says:

    Don’t worry there’s loads here for people to enjoy at the moment. Thanks again for everything that’s here so far!!

  9. martin Says:

    OK I’m digging this, there should be more of this sort of thing on the net, archieving is where it’s at. I would be totally grateful if you post new-release pages, should they exist for mid ’94 to early ’95 I heard some great music on John Peel broadcasts recorded on mixtapes that I no longer have and have searched for ever since. No-one has a definitive archive for release-dates on the web yet.

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