Tag: Planet Earth

PRIDE & TIME

‘Everything there is’ I can’t stop myself thinking about plastic. Boring but true. Like having a song on a loop inside your head, plastic has got under my skin. It’s like I’ve been set up to hate the stuff. That’s a good thing. Media sometimes does that. Not always. As a result I’ve ended up

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SOME PLACE EAST OF DOVER

‘Neat Feet’ by Zoolon 100% true. That daft mate of mine I’ve been writing about lately has surpassed himself yet again. He was looking a bit down so I say, “What’s up?” He says, “It’s my star sign.” I say, “What about it?” He says, “It’s total rubbish.” I say, “What sign of the Zodiac

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CAPTURING WAVES & NUISANCES

So, it’s the first decent day of the year in South East England. Blue skies, a double-figure temperature and high tide at 11am. All good. I’m walking the coastline to a place where the sea wall juts out toward the beach, so I can capture the sounds of the waves for some sound art I’m

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SHE’S JUST A SHADOW ON A WALL  

(artist unknown) ‘I walked out this morning and I wrote down this song, I just can’t remember who to send it to’ From the song ‘Fire & Rain’ by James Taylor, 1970 When writing lyrics for acoustic songs it’s sometimes easy to get stuck for words that fit the melody or vice versa. A bit

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ZOOLON’S NEW ALBUM – ‘RAINBOWS END’

Cover art ‘Not What I See’ by Zoolon ‘Rainbows End’, released today, is my second album following in the footsteps of ‘Dream Rescuer’ although this time I have added more percussive and the electric guitar elements. As ever, reflections of life, love and the surreal also play their part in the album’s construct. This album

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WHERE HAVE ALL THE RAINBOWS GONE?

(Above, me having a think about lost rainbows, all the time taking care not to fall off the edge of the cliff into a watery grave) WHERE HAVE ALL THE RAINBOWS GONE? On the day the Ice Caps melted The sun swallowed a swollen sea No rain from Africa to Eurasia No springtime blossom on

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