It’s taken me a while but I’ve now set up my Neureille YouTube page and there’s a couple of videos on it with more in the pipeline. Firstly an animation, the first of a series I’m planning which will include all the songs from the Sufi Pataphysics album using illustrations done for me by Mog… Continue reading Neureille on YouTube
It’s over a year now since I started work on recording the fifth Neureille album but I still need a few more sessions before it’s finished. I’m happy with the way it’s going and contributions from Paul Wigens, Everton Hartley, Mike Dennis, Pete Judge and Jim Barr have been superb. The next session is going… Continue reading WEEW
Actually I’ve got another gig in 2 day’s time which will precede this one so that’s a good warm up. On Tuesday it’s just me accompanied by Nacho on cojón, but the gig on the teenth will be with Everton Hartley on bass guitar and there will be at least one guest performer hopefully 2… Continue reading March date
I have a little gig on Saturday night at the Adam & Eve pub in Hotwells. I’m doing it with my good friend Jane Thomason which seemed like a good idea. Initially Everton Hartley will also feature – he has another gig on Saturday so he’ll only be around for the 1st half hour (9-9.30).… Continue reading 18th july gig
Earlier this year I wrote in a post that I was determined to write a song in Esperanto before the end of the year. I haven’t done so yet, but I’ve gone a certain way along the path in recording another improvisation in which I make heavy use of numbers 1 to 10 in the… Continue reading tri
rain yellow flowers caricatures south west england against deep interiors of the african continent during the nineteenth century. this blends into specific meridians of meandering thought. laburnum flowers here dangle concupiscent and aleatorically irrelevant. i think i’ve pinned it there but don’t blush. derogatory whispers split infinite commands of rectitude. skies consonant and irregular at… Continue reading rain yellow flowers
we hope you can make it. please spot the deliberate mistake on the poster which I’ve only just been made aware of. presumably pleading insanity will get me knowhere.
Poster image by Frank Paul. I reduced the luridness of the colours mainly in an attempt to save on printer toner.
where n is a number also this month I will be playing with Rosie at Wild at Heart, Broad Street, Bristol on 17th; somewhere in Queen’s Square, Bristol on 18th – more details of that later.