Category Archives: Bach

Tam Lin

Tam Lin is a Scottish folk tale and song dating from 1549 or earlier. It is set at Carterhaugh (not Carter Hall), which is a real place. The song was widely re-interpreted in the British folk revival, most notably by Fairport  … Continue reading

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Build Bridges, Not Walls

I don’t often do politics here, but with an opening line like “build bridges, not walls” how can I deny Jeremy Corbyn a spot, especially when he is talking at The Glastonbury Festival:

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Green grow the laurels

from Sandy Denny: Not to be confused with:  

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Three tributes to John Clarke

From Michael Leunig at The Age: From the ABC: Remembering John Clarke   From North Palmerston City Council – After an off-night at N Palmerston, John Cleese named the city “the suicide capital of New Zealand”.  John Clarke, who was … Continue reading

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Little Unsaid

From Highgate Cemetery:  

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Birdland – Kerinne Jenkins

Birdland Films was created by Kerinne Jenkins in 2017, as a home for her own work across a number of platforms, but more importantly as a starting point. To establish a place where other like minded filmmakers, creatives and artists … Continue reading

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Birdland – Patti Smith

Horses is the debut album by American musician Patti Smith, released in 1975 on Arista Records. The record was a key factor and major influence on the New York punk rock scene. At the time she recorded Horses, Patti Smith … Continue reading

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