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The Devil's Instrument

This is my 100th Post, apparently.

I've played The Drums on and off all my life and I must confess that I have never considered the drumkit to be an instrument of God: Despite the fact that they can be heard in gospel churches fronted by a preachy Little Richards, James Brown or Cliff Richard and the Holy Shadows. 118 more words


a day in jerez

It was a crazy busy day, starting off with catching an earlyish train to Jerez for a massive wine tasting – about 50 wineries from across Spain were showing off their best. 103 more words


El Hammam

The feathery touch of the late sun against worn sandstone blocks, almost physical, like a warm breath.

In a plazuela to the side of the Iglesia San Dionisio, overlooked by a… 1,122 more words



Ahead of the second round of the eni FIM Superbike World Championship at Aragon, Voltcom Crescent Suzuki began preparations with a three-day test at the Jerez circuit this week with Eugene Laverty and Alex Lowes both riding their Suzuki GSX-R1000’s for the first time since the opening races of the season at Phillip Island in Australia on 23rd February. 378 more words


The FIM CEV Repsol 2014 Begins in Jerez

Come Friday, April 4, at the Circuit of Jerez, the FIM CEV Repsol 2014 starts off, with the participation of 137 riders in the four categories making up the championship: Moto3™, Moto2™-Superstock 600, Superbike-SBK privateers and the Kawasaki Z Cup. 240 more words