mardi 9 février 2016
samedi 6 février 2016
vendredi 29 janvier 2016
RECORED AND MIXED AT OMEGA SOUND FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS
I am unaware of the origins of the phrase “going through the motions”, but I’m sure Islanders understand its meaning: to do things insincerely or in a cursory manner.
After a couple of sessions in the House, where we literally and metaphorically “go through the motions”, I am increasingly convinced that the origins of the term are political.
In the recent election, Islanders expressed their deep desire for real change, and I share their hope for the dawning of a new attitude in politics; one which is more collaborative, less partisan, and represents a better, more productive type of discourse. Of a House more in line with how it was originally conceived, where Members, who are first and foremost representatives of their constituents, bring forward legislation and motions, and a productive, open debate leads to the development of the best ideas to solve the many problems we face.
Instead politicians in Parliaments everywhere are often just “going through the motions”.
jeudi 21 janvier 2016
dimanche 17 janvier 2016
vendredi 8 janvier 2016
jeudi 7 janvier 2016
Future (80's incarnation) Savoy Brown members Gary Bordonaro (bass,ex The Rods) and fine guitarist in his own rite Billy Thompson appear too.
Harp player Speedo Jones guests on three tracks also.
jeudi 10 décembre 2015
MANY MANY REQUEST HAPPY CHRISTMAS
The murky black and white cover of this record matches its homemade sound and I mean that in a good way. The back cover looks like something much older than 1980, but that’s when it came out. The band is Paul Bouillet, singing and guitar, Max Koster, bass, and Mitch Purdy, drums. The record is pressed by Apollo Music Company, and it says it can be obtained directly by sending $6 to them at 184 Eastlawn, Detroit, Michigan. But I’d contact them first before risking that $6. A lot can change in 30 years.
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