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hot enough to melt an owl! 18th July 2014

not many nights I can sleep completely without any sheet or duvet covering me but last night I did it was so warm…….. sleep was weird, each time I woke I felt like I’d lost something… not a thing, more something intangible, like a chance, or something like anyway…. 248 more words


Sharing My World - Week 28

Here is my contribution to Share Your World for this week.  (Scroll to the bottom for more info on SYW.)

Have you ever been a participant in a parade? 563 more words

Chris Donner

Obsessive Percussive Disorder

*** Throwback Thursday Post: Originally published 27 February 2014***

It would be fair to say that I tend to be a tad obsessive on occasion. 416 more words


Bodhran 16x35 Tune Rosewood Tbar For

Now that you are currently abreast of how gorgeous, classy and tough rosewood furniture is, it would be exciting to know some details about Rosewood. This post would discuss about standard title, scientific identify, plant family members, commercial and vernacular names, distribution, a common description, mechanical properties, seasoning, doing work properties, durability and use of Rosewood.1.) … 280 more words

CD Review: Louise Mulcahy, 'Tuning the Road' (Cló Iar-Chonnachta, 2014)

Louise Mulcahy, ‘Tuning the Road’ (Cló Iar-Chonnachta, 2014).

The most interesting question that arose for listeners in purchasing copies of Louise Mulcahy’s recent album ‘Tuning the Road’, was whether this solo experiment would see a radically different musician delivered to our CD players than the one to which we have become accustomed through her ensemble recordings with father Mick and sister Michelle. 1,099 more words

Quiet Man singers

Peter Anderson squeezes his piano accordion, transporting me from the Quiet Man in Flemington to one of the many pubs in Ireland where I listened to similar performers. 489 more words

Irish Pubs In Melbourne