Southerly by David Haywood

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Southerly: Seventy per cent Monteith's, Thirty per cent Music

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  • Sacha,

    Heh heeeeey

    And Foo makes even more sense. Pickin is choosin.

    Ak • Since May 2008 • 16794 posts Report Reply

  • Sofie Bribiesca,

    Pickin is choosin.

    Why 'ello Sacha
    Doesn't this Haywood malarkey make one have a Laphroaig?
    If not, I don't know what has got into me :))) I'm thinking maybee listen to the harmonica that my bro' does so well. He just took off to India today and now I am thinking about their travels. Cheers to all the good sounds

    here and there. • Since Nov 2007 • 6281 posts Report Reply

  • Sacha,

    make one have a Laphroaig?

    If only. Beggars, choosers.

    Ak • Since May 2008 • 16794 posts Report Reply

  • Islander,

    All good sounds...
    they come cheered and whistled, strung and beaten, blown and wailed and sung and whispered; they come murmured and chorused, clanged
    and tangi'd and chimed...sounds are like eyesight and touch - a partnership/necessity for fullyfunctioning humans to know this, our world-
    spoken as a being who lacks some of these abilities-

    Big O, Mahitahi, Te Wahi … • Since Feb 2007 • 5643 posts Report Reply

  • Sofie Bribiesca,

    Ahhh, you would have enjoyed Sam Hunt at the Museum on Thursnight. You are such a good poet :)
    Oh and chooser, we will get you over for dinner and my shout.xx

    here and there. • Since Nov 2007 • 6281 posts Report Reply

  • Sacha,

    who lacks some of these abilities

    Rly?

    they come cheered and whistled, strung and beaten, blown and wailed and sung and whispered; they come murmured and chorused, clanged
    and tangi'd and chimed

    Din't think so.

    Ak • Since May 2008 • 16794 posts Report Reply

  • Sacha,

    Museum on Thursnight

    So wanted to see that.

    dinner

    bless

    Ak • Since May 2008 • 16794 posts Report Reply

  • Sofie Bribiesca,

    I give you a night soon next week. Please don't bless. such high expectations I cannot do . However we do aim to please.:))

    here and there. • Since Nov 2007 • 6281 posts Report Reply

  • Islander,

    Sounds? I'm good at.
    Sight?Getting better!
    Touch? Equivocal - I have supersensitive touch (which actually isnt all that beneficial.)
    Smell? Compromised.
    Taste - excellent...but- there are so many foods I dont get involved with-
    And those other senses - the ones I call 'back of the neck' (be wary) or base of the spine ('get the hell out of here!') Maybe allied to Rey's Lines?
    And - thanks arthritis - I lurch. I dont have a good sense of balance.
    Can still throw....
    up and out and away!

    Big O, Mahitahi, Te Wahi … • Since Feb 2007 • 5643 posts Report Reply

  • Sofie Bribiesca,

    Obviously you are just fine :)

    here and there. • Since Nov 2007 • 6281 posts Report Reply

  • Islander,

    Yup!

    Big O, Mahitahi, Te Wahi … • Since Feb 2007 • 5643 posts Report Reply

  • Jackie Clark,

    Oh and chooser, we will get you over for dinner and my shout.xx

    Ooh, me too, me too. Without the whiskey stuff, though. Too many great conversations to have, interrupted always by leaving.

    Mt Eden, Auckland • Since Nov 2006 • 3123 posts Report Reply

  • Sofie Bribiesca,

    Ooh, me too, me too. Without the whiskey stuff,

    mmk :)

    here and there. • Since Nov 2007 • 6281 posts Report Reply

  • Rob Stowell,

    Thanks, David!
    Great songs, and performance, too.
    Ah, the banjo, it takes me back.
    And a thought-provoking manifesto, as we watched "No Direction Home" last night. A remarkable, deeply satiisfying film-

    Whakaraupo • Since Nov 2006 • 1579 posts Report Reply

  • Jeremy Andrew,

    Jenine: "I've made a conscious effort to be completely different from my father."

    Me: "What did your Dad do?"

    Jenine: "He was a bassist and singer."

    Her dad is Lemmy?

    Hamiltron - City of the F… • Since Nov 2006 • 841 posts Report Reply

  • Marcus Turner,

    I guess this thread might be dead by now, but wanted to register that "The Eastern" are going to be at the Whare Flat festival this year.

    It's a folk festival that's held near Dunedin over the New Year. Lots of different sorts of mostly acoustic music - and would definitely suit plunk rockers.

    http://www.whareflat.co.nz/

    From what I can tell, it would probably interest a lot of the people who've commented on David's post.

    Since Nov 2006 • 202 posts Report Reply

  • Sacha,

    They never die, Marcus..

    Ak • Since May 2008 • 16794 posts Report Reply

  • Bart Janssen,

    They never die

    On dark cold nights when the wind is howling and the drizzle seeps slowly into the untreated timber of your leaky home ... it is then that the dormant threads reanimate ... and in the background a lone banjo plays...

    Auckland • Since Nov 2006 • 3426 posts Report Reply

  • Kris V,

    ok, blurb is up for Harbour SouNZ... go gently, it's my first ;)
    www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/spectrum

    podcast will be up on the website after broadcast if you miss it on Sunday (or Thursday's replay!)

    there are plans for more on similar themes - musos & places generally, as time & finances allow. I might have to add you to the list now you're a recorded muso, David!

    Shakeytown • Since Nov 2008 • 61 posts Report Reply

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