The picture is of moz and Ron Huldai. The latter has been a mayor of Tel Aviv for many years. He’s a political leftie and likes moz as seen in photo. Zionist - probably as he’s likely to believe in a Jewish homeland in Israel. Lunatic - not so sure. I haven’t been able to find any signs of...
I bought this album when it was new. It was spring in Gothenburg and as I came out of the record shop a guy had been hit by a car on the road. It was bad. The paramedics took their time.
I went home to this huge room, big as a small two bedroom flat, that I rented at the time and I put the cd...
what's that album Boz mentions called something "the ? sound sessions"
i can't hear what he says
it's after " sticky fingers with the rolling stones"
and before " never mind the bollocks with the pistols"
it's at 49.49 into the interview
many of us would like to think we're something like Lydon (or some other cheerful likeable guy)
if we scratch underneath we probably often are bit like moz (or what he sings/talks about)
as hinted at earlier
we want to see what we'd like to be and we don't want to see what...
solid Irish English working class back ground. But in London instead of Manchester. he comes across as a kind of good-natured and affable guy, maybe a bit like the Who's Roger Daltrey who also has this working class and Brexit thing going. Lydon claims to "see through Biden" and "understand"...
ah silly me;
it wasn't Lydon's mum - it was the missus.
oh well, anyway.
Sorry, some loose thought-fragments :unsure: from a sunday afternoon coming up. :)
Parallel Moz - the Jews
Doing some Jew reading at the moment. about how Jews were always hated - if not for this, it's been for that...
I bet he hurts. And I even worry some.
I think this little piece of salt in the wounds from The Times might hurt a fair bit having involved the subject of mother and care. We know what Moz recently have experienced in this field.
I so wish for Moz and his management to take on what used to be...
The Sunday Times Editorial 25/4/21
"As for Morrissey, his finest hour was This Charming Man. For once he could try to be one."
Did not manage to find this small article from today's The Sunday Times editorial in its online edition, but here it is nevertheless.
Van Morrison in The Times today (the subject is lockdown):
“If I can write about it, I do. Poetic licence, freedom of speech . . . these used to be OK. Why not now? I don’t understand it. Some people call it a cult. It is like a religion. Whether anyone agrees with me or not is irrelevant. Just...