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Martin Smith, SWP: look back with Bolus

Back in the days when Martin Smith of the Socialist Workers Party was just a mildly creepy arsehole who shouted at people with a megaphone, Vivian Bolus was rudely interrupted by Mr Smith and upbraided for his choice in jazz music. 40 more words

If I told you I barely know what love is.

I tend to read more during the summer. (Even when I’m not completely bored, which I am, but in a good way.) This summer is no exception. 988 more words


Being Silent, Joining the Conversation

A reflection in word and images by Kathy P:

“What if God does not demand prayer as much as gives prayer?

What if praying means opening ourselves to the gift of God’s own self and presence? 262 more words


Reflections on Our Saviour’s Seven Words from the Cross – Word Six: Finished

“It is finished.”
(John 19:30)

In the Greek, this is indeed only one word: tetelestan. It’s the word that people would write on a bill after it had been paid. 735 more words

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Review: Batteries / River

Former Delirious? frontman Martin Smith rocks the house in his brand-new outfit Army of Bones with the debut split single Batteries / River. 429 more words


On February 22, 1969.

On February 22, 1969, “Deram” label released “Stonedhenge”, the second Ten Years After studio album. “Stonedhenge” was recorded in September 1968, at “Decca Studios” in London, and was produced by Mike Vernon. 101 more words

Walking worship

Whenever I’ve got my headphones on and the music is pouring through my mind, I envision myself in some other life, some other moment. The world around me becomes the set to a movie where I suffer, then triumph, as the heroine. 440 more words