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'talking drum(mer)' - words with steve jansen

This week’s post is just that little bit special. And when I say “just that little bit”, I actually mean “hugely & magnificently”.  For today’s contribution to the blog, features the very man whose name it proudly bears, having a bit of a chat about his new book…..none other than the rather lovely Steve Jansen. 2,335 more words

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'through a quiet window'

So, today was the day quite a few of us have been waiting a rather long time for (about 3 decades in my case).  Around 6am, Steve posted an update to his facebook site, advising that the Artes Publishing website would be accepting pre-orders of his book, and that the initial 300 copies would be signed. 387 more words

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imageshop - 'the choice'

Not sure about you lot, but I am still smiling like a total goon, at the more-than-welcome news that Steve’s much longed-for book of photography is finally about to be published. 1,890 more words

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jansen photo book - watch this space!

See what happens when I take time away from the blog, to concentrate on real life, for a couple of weeks? There I was, busy herding umpteen teenagers up a Cumbrian ‘mountain’, when my phone pinged and I received a message telling me that Steve had finally announced that he is to publish a book, featuring 170 of his photographs. 517 more words

Steve Jansen

''Gde reči ne vrede, muzika progovara''

Sylvian ”Darkest dreaming”. Da citiram osobu koja je ostavila komentar za ovu pesmu ”Kako nastaviti sa bilo čim posle ove pesme

Midge Ure ”That certain smile”. 81 more words


beginning to melt(down) - the zig zag sessions

I have said this before, so apologies for repeating myself, but 1982 must have been a really odd year to live through for the 4 remaining members of Japan. 1,321 more words

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Sylvian/Wright, Migman, and myself

Some recent releases of recorded poetry and music…

2014 David Sylvian released a recording of a project he had begun in 2011 when he paid a visit to poet… 370 more words

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