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"world citizen" -- sakamoto / sylvian

what happened here?
the butterly has lost its wings
the air’s too thick to breathe
and there’s something in the drinking water

the sun comes up… 45 more words


David Sylvian -- "Let the Happiness In"

the hands of a working man

i’m waiting for the agony to stop
and let the happiness in


David Sylvian – Blemish

David Sylvian isn’t everyone’s cup of Darjeeling. Many find his smooth vocals grating; while others revel in it.
This listener has veered between both camps over the years, but finds himself in the latter with the majority of the ‘Blemish’ album. 94 more words


David Sylvian & Robert Fripp - Jean The Birdman

Sylvian out-Ferry’s Ferry on this slinky number from Sylvian and Fripp’s 1993 album ‘The First Day’.


Wrapping up #bishicember...the bishie, the bad, and the ugly

The year draws to a close, as does my chosen art theme for December.  As I outlined in a backstory post, it was a natural progression from #chibitober to #shojovember to #bishicember, but carrying out the theme for an entire month was much harder than I’d thought.  477 more words


Tokyo, Imperial Stay Puft and North Street Brewdog

I don’t usually do this sort of thing. You know, finding out somewhere’s got a particular beer on and rushing off to try it. Thing was, Mrs C was insistent when she saw… 904 more words

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The Age of Enlightenment for David Sylvian

Rating:   Vote for this:  –  Favoured  : 0  Date: November 11, 2009 by Steven Rosen for Blurt Magazine

One can draw parallels between David Sylvian’s career and that of Scott Walker. 1,316 more words