‘Une Grotte Quelque Part en Normandie’ by Zoolon The little old bloke with the peaked cap walks the main road into town each day. He carries a big bag and picks up all the street rubbish. He never wears gloves. He’s round-shouldered and his trousers are too short. He doesn’t speak to anyone. He just … Continue reading THE DAY I MET AN ANGEL
‘View from a cliff edge’ by Zoolon The road leading up the castle is winding and steep. High granite stone walls either side. Some ancient overhanging trees blocking the daylight. No place for shadows to dance. Most people drive up to the castle. The tourists off the cruise liners from places I’ve never been can … Continue reading NO PLACE FOR SHADOWS TO DANCE
‘One of a Kind’ by Zoolon I was out early again. Poached eggs on toast to kick off a new day. Per usual there she was. This time dressed in all-in-one camouflage combats and a Che Guevara black beret with a red star on the front. Tucked in-between her shoulder-top and her neck she had … Continue reading THE POWER OF HELLO
‘Branch Lines’ by Zoolon This is all true. For reasons I won’t bore you with, at some stage most days I find myself visiting the local Post Office. It’s not a place that sparks creativity, that’s for sure. Quite the opposite. Generally I end up in a queue, often with a smelly person in front … Continue reading POLE DANCER OR WEIGHTLIFTER?
‘The Ghosts of Summer Bid Farewell’ It’s good to be back. First some words and pics, then a brand new composition – a pre-release from the new album that should hopefully be out there come December. It’s an electronic instrumental called ‘Summer Died on a Saturday’. I hope you enjoy. ‘Dressed to Impress’ SCORCHED LYRICS … Continue reading SUMMER DIED ON A SATURDAY
‘Summer Storm in Pas-de-Calais’ by Zoolon The first song ever recorded. That’s a big thing. These days, we take our music for granted forgetting that before we were able to capture sound all there was, was live music and birdsong. No piece of music could be duplicated exactly the same as each performance of even … Continue reading 1860 – ‘FRANCE HAS GOT TALENT’
(a photo I took of the Rebel’s ‘This Way, That Way’ sign a couple of weeks ago) DIRECTION WARS Episode V ‘THE DIRECTION SIGN’S FIGHT BACK’ A long, long time ago far, far away, quite near the cliff edge just off Folkestone High Street it was a period of civil war Under the leadership of … Continue reading DIRECTION WARS