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Poetics and the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band

I have had a poetic weekend. I was a poet at the Poetry Café’s Fourth Friday in Covent Garden. That was great fun. Poets gave us love, rye humour, politics and a nice tale of a gasman. 89 more words


A home suitable for here, or outer space.

Back in the early 1970’s, someone in Finland decided that the current design we were using to live in, had got a bit dull, and needed shaking up. 327 more words

Silver Bodysuit

Magical Mystery Tour - why the Beatles' first failure is an enduring success

Critics don’t always get things right, even when they broadly agree with each other. The history of the arts in the twentieth century is littered with works which were panned, dismissed or subject to lukewarm contemporary reviews which have gone on to be hailed as masterpieces. 4,225 more words


Mind Widening Music: Bizarro Music #3 - Vivian Stanshall

by Lee Widener

For the third edition of Bizarro Music we travel across the sea to jolly ol’ England, to profile Vivian Stanshall. To quote Wikipedia: 840 more words

Press Release For Vivian Stanshall's “Sir Henry At Rawlinson End”

For Immediate Release


Bonzo Dog Band’s Vivian Stanshall’s “Sir Henry At Rawlinson End” Soundtrack by Michael Livesley and Brainwashing House feat. Rick Wakeman and Neil Innes To Be Released… 537 more words

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The Lines "Disenchanted" 1981

This piece for treated trombone is a primitivist experiment that has its roots in my schoolboy doodlings of 10 years previously. It has been called bleak, and I suppose it is, for something that was originally inspired by Hotlegs and the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band. 37 more words