posted on December 10, 2010 at 4:49 pm

knock knock whos there ? anxiety!

life rolls on dont it

yeah

bring on whatever the next thing is

something to keep us hanging on

in there

me? im a song n dance man

travelling the eastern seaboard of this fairland

hello hello

on the side of the road where all the weedies grow

my bloody car wont start

fuck its so hot n humid

sometimes my fingers make mistakes

sometimes i forgot the words

my companions bang on

i sit in a cafe watching the sea n the yellow sand

i sit in a motel chewing my fingy-nails

i sit talking to my mum in a tiny dining room

i prance about being stupid

youre not very graceful son says my old mummy

the night is violently warm

i sweat im drenched im soaked im dripping

i sing out in my hoarse voices hey hey hey

i talk about some bullshit n baloney

i pose i ponce i parade i pluck my string

i sleep i get up

i wash my fine thin hair n it flies away

i shave off my past n start again

mirrors all round the bed in the dark

the air cond switches off

the trucks roar on newcastle road

i remember tree tops motel

the lawn mower starts up shattering the tranquility

some starts hammering

someone revs up their hot rod

someone cranks up their i box

i check in i check out

i do yoga i fail to do yoga

im rude and im nice and im never never at home

i dont listen i cant hear

i cant look i dont see

i remember everything except whatever you just said

i eat my chips more starch

i must be doing something right

the people at the tables eat their din-dins

good for them

the band plays the drums crash n rattle

the piano oh how nice it sounds

dressed in my silky shirt suddenly so restless

i fly outta windows i run under doors

someone says hello

hello steve

hello

good show

thanks

40 years ago my dads car breaks down

i hear my sweet lord n ride a white swan

i swim in bluest motel pool

oh that chlorine that holiday smell

russells hair was snowy white

i saw my girlfriend my first ever girlfriend in everything

love had undone me rawly

everything was poignant in my 16 year old head

never to be that way again

that girl let me go into the sea

she threw me back

she didnt want to keep me

i was 16 you see it was 40 years ago

it was hot that year too i remember

dive into  motel pool

the blue holiday sky

the red holiday sunburn

the years all happen at once

layer on layer

superimposition on superimposition

all possible mes

strumming slumming coming going

beautiful women appearing vanishing

plates of drugs disappearing up the futures fucking nose

mmmm pleasure work struggle haggle collapse

the air is heavy like a sheet of lead

i tired of all games

i blames meself you know

at the core of the most of it

me me me

there i go

look now im gone

soon soon soon

playing soon near you

buy your tickets now

55 Responses to “executive villas”

  1. avatar
    Ian Vary | 10 December 2010 at 6:13 pm #

    But it all mattered, nothing less,

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    eekie | 10 December 2010 at 6:49 pm #

    Oh Steven honey you seem so very unhappy.

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    thedean | 10 December 2010 at 7:55 pm #

    I’ll tell ya wots next – It’s the milton The-ate-r. Just miles from my hillbilly hideout. Sold out, everybody so excited, I’m excited, looking forward to good show, Milton has a veg restaurant, bit of a hippy greeny farmer town. Hope to say hello to you.

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    Lyndall | 10 December 2010 at 8:04 pm #

    Goodness me you’re a clever, clever man. A wizard with words… All so very deep and thoughtful… THAT’S LIFE ALRIGHT! God bless. Lx

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    princey | 10 December 2010 at 8:05 pm #

    Hope it gets better sk. It’ll be over in week, not too long now.
    Take care,
    luv Amanda

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    Karen | 10 December 2010 at 8:49 pm #

    cranky crabby sk
    well your human

    your skin looks good though Im 46 and i think you could pass for ten yrs younger easy …I need the sk skin care obviously

    anxiety? Ive had panic attacks I once had one in the supermarket with a full trolley ..I left it
    haha but Im not singing to the minions am I..and I chew my fingy nails as well

    I could type more but Its all higgledy piggledy anyway

    keep swimming
    Il wait for some poetry

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    thetimebeing | 10 December 2010 at 8:52 pm #

    opera house tickets selling very well
    almost half gone on first day
    dont be disappointed
    once in a lifetime
    get in now!

    • avatar
      Richard | 10 December 2010 at 9:50 pm #

      what chance happy hunting ground?
      (or would that be telling?)

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      BROKEN TOYS AND HEROS | 11 December 2010 at 2:52 am #

      SK-
      I just purchased my tix for the Park West show in 2011. It was a presale thru WXRT 93.1 who are promoting the show. I regret to inform you that when the tickets DO go on sale to the general public at 10am Saturday morning here in Chicago, the friggin public will have NO idea that the concert even exists because it is NOT advertised in our city’s main newspaper, The Chicago Sun-Times. The Friday Entertainment section of today’s paper, Friday, has info on all other concerts that are happening and ticket sales info except yours!!!!! The 30th Anniversary Tour WAS correctly advertised in my city’s paper, as past concerts were also. But NO mention of THE CHURCH or the upcoming show. Yes- I will shout it from the roof tops and email everyone I know about the ticket sales availability, but WHO FUCKIN DROPPED THE BALL ON THIS ONE FOR YOU GUYS ????!!!!!!!! I know I would crush them accordingly, I can just imagine what you and the guys are gonna do…..

      AsAlways,
      Darrin K.

      Its my duty to tell you this as a dedicated fan, and it is also my honor to tell everyone I know about this once in a life time event.

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      sarah | 13 December 2010 at 4:01 pm #

      funny.

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    Freddie | 10 December 2010 at 9:42 pm #

    Yer lookin’ a lil’ tired there. At least you’ll get a short break before heading over here. Pack lots of warm clothes, you’ll not want to be wearing that in February. It does look good on ya tho ;^)

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    . | 10 December 2010 at 11:20 pm #

    somber town
    fall down again
    rise against the wind
    no worry, it’s not the end
    rain drops fall in front of me
    worlds within worlds, a sight to see

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    nic | 10 December 2010 at 11:27 pm #

    Oh SK … the travelling and all the inbetween must be tiresome and tedious ….its no wonder you feel down ….
    But can I remind you of your magic and charisma on stage ….you had us all mesmerized on Wednesday night at Lizottes Central Coast.
    We drove from the Blue Mountains for a gorgeous birthday treat for moi … and it was absolutely a night to relish in and remember.
    I first saw The Church as a young 18 yr old (am now an old 39 yr old) … and a few times since …. but Wednesday night was prime SK… and a tight yet laid back and happy Church unit, with lots of comical banter between you all.
    Marty was on fire with his wild and passionate guitar playing ….(unknowingly wooing my husband!) …loved Peter’s mandolin…Tim fab on drums … and you were magnificent with your amazing voice, bass, guitar and moves …your story-telling is always enthralling…. an added pleasure inbetween the rich Church repertoire …(BTW – there’s no such thing as “boring”!!).
    After all these years I got to FINALLY enlighten my husband, with him proclaiming after the gig – “I am a convert!”.
    What a beautiful birthday treat … 2 ½ hours of The Church (including THREE encores!), a colour programme AND The Deadman’s Hand CD awaiting us on our table (THANK YOU!)!!!

    Despite not getting to meet you afterwards, we did get to enjoy a brief chat with Marty … who was beautiful, friendly and ever obliging.
    It was truly a magical night to remember …. and one which has made us come back for more … at the Opera House in April!

    Thank you SK ♥

    Ps. there have been a few blogs where you lament about growing old … but SK … you truly do get better and better with age … you look amazing ♥

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    david | 10 December 2010 at 11:43 pm #

    your startin to get that ripple the road rouses in yer rabble….nice

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    andy | 10 December 2010 at 11:54 pm #

    ‘opera house tickets selling very well
    almost half gone on first day
    dont be disappointed
    once in a lifetime
    get in now!’

    make sure it gets filmed…..or else!

    p.s. davem and i may have a proposition for you.

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    BROKEN TOYS AND HEROS | 10 December 2010 at 11:58 pm #

    PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE….
    READ READ READ : THE IMPOSSIBLE IS UPON US !!!!!!!!!!
    I am an everyman, an everyfan. I do not believe myself to be a ‘church’ perfectionist or historian of such gospel. I am a man who presides in Chicago all his life and I have witnessed many bands of high stature perform epic concerts in different locales in their career history in my extraordinary city.
    No band has EVER come along now, then, before or future after that compares to the ‘Hall of Famers’ , the legendary four piece institution that is ‘the church’.
    I have been fortunate to have witnessed the concert sonic spectacle and music genius of ‘the church’ 13 times in 3 different states dating back to 1984. I have met, discussed, laughed with and even allowed Steve to squeeze my wife as I searched for my camera many years back. And now, I will be fortunate again to witness, behold in all their glory, the GREATEST album ever created …Priest=Aura, being performed in its entirety by the greatest band on earth…’the church’. SK knows how passionate I am regarding this masterpiece for I have often discussed its importance on this very blog.
    A song is a still life in constant motion, a piece of art, lavishly formulated and crafted by individuals to hopefully stand the test of time. “UTMW” , of course, is such a song from STARFISH. But when a band, gathers together at the perfect time in their career history, paint a grand masterpiece – it – all of the songs contained, can last forever…for all eternity.
    In certain select cities in my country an unmatched production soon will become timeless proof of all that I have written before. We shall be hosts for a small number of concerts created from perfection, the living past. Three classic masterpieces performed for the first time – “live” – in all their glory and entirety, for the pure joy of an experience unlike any fan has ever witnessed.
    Many a fan on this blog site and within their sonic reach have declared : ‘early church only’ , ‘nothing after HEYDAY or STARFISH’ , nothing before ‘P=A’ and so on…I like to tell you to “treat each Church release, song, era, as it SHOULD be treated…they all have their place in the careers of these fine musicians, and shall be enjoyed as such”. Some may only prefer their early ‘pop’ sound or the craftsmanship of latter releases. Steve, Marty, Peter and (Tim-Jay-Richard) – never sold out, under or for any influences except themselves, that is what places them ahead of all other bands in any era- No Make-Up, No Annoying Stage Show – just music perfection. So-I place a challenge upon all that read….Find – “ Twin Star, Happy Hunting Ground, Terra Nova Cain, Numbers, Never Before, Kings, Nothing Seeker, Welcome, On Angel Street, just to name a few treasures, open that dusty wallet or purse and splurge on yourselves-we all deserve it now and then and ‘the church’ will ever be thankful.
    This important tour will highlight 3 definitive releases by ‘the church’. Yes, many a fan will complain and say this album or that…blah blah blah…Do not stray from the obvious logic:
    I recognize it as this :
    STARFISH from 1988 – the cross over album, with radio friendly songs and beats, that placed a little known band from down under- high up on the U.S. music charts. Even with Gold Record status and success, the men did not drift far from their creative roots. They have always stayed true to a foundation and this stance would be the precursor of their demise from mainstream music and marketing. Of course ‘UTMW’ is the principal signature of the band, but songs such as : NSEW, Hotel Womb, Lost, and Antenna were and forever will be, the devoted fans favorites.

    U23 from 2009- the album that brought our heros back to the lips of critics and to their delight. New legions of fans sprang forward, long lost souls now re-energized by the pure essence of magic that is ‘the church’. But sadly enough, they are unable to break into popular mainstream-noise…again. Fuck ‘rock radio’ …it’s a dead dinosaur and should be buried as one !!!! Such songs as :Deadman’s Hand, Operetta, Happenstance, etc…are the shimmering glimmer that packages this albums playground as a masterpiece, in the making with due time.

    PRIEST=AURA from 1992- the greatest sonic, moody, electric album of its kind, of any shape or form, at any time in the history of music (yes I am very biased as you can plainly…read). A melodic montage of chills, sinister exploits, and erotic lush landscapes. A superior production, drenched with echos-delay-gates-and reverb precision. Marty and Peter portray swirling apparitions who possess the listener with haunting guitar work. Steve’s heartbeat races, chases, paces the entire album with a pulsating bass line, his finest work ever, and Jay-who knew he had it in him…a collision of percussion that stands out, unmatched by ANY church drummer-before or after…and I love Tim’s work. The band’s greatest achievement and with it came the curse to be pushed ever further away from what is classified as ‘popular’. Nothing ever has sounded close to it, and they have never tried to duplicate the originality that is P=A. A haunting stroke of pure genius and with its excellence came the fall from grace with their label, Arista. They had no clue how-where-when-and why…to market such an endeavor as this was. Resulting in drastic sales decline and eventual parting of a fucked up record label and ignorant management. Shame on the suits and ties, they should have been strung up by them, they knew EXACTLY who they signed …‘the church’-and they failed the band’s loyal fan base following by not NOTICING the obvious: “the church” are unique and should have been handled as such. I can just see the look on their faces as the closing 3 song arc, covering many-many-many minutes, drained their souls of any true professionalism and melted them away in a pile of broken promises and lost paths. Fuck them all guys, as you eventually proved- you never needed any of them and they actually did more harm than good. Songs such as: Ripple, Paradox, Feel, Mistress and …the entire album is PERFECT, if you do not own it…sell everything, break your child’s piggy bank and indulge for the sake of continuing the legend, The Greatest Album Of All Time !!!!!!

    So…

    On February 11th 2011, at the Park West…the legendary…”Hall of Famers” will own the stage for three full releases unlike any others, a multitude of hours filled with guitar genius, lyrical brilliance, and percussion perfection (Tim has his hands full…but I trust no one else to pull this off and make Richard and Jay proud.
    My eyes will well up with tears, a huge smile will light my entire face for even Steve to pick me out in the crowd as ‘Old Flame-Chaos-Film’ put an outstanding, unrivaled ending to the masterpiece that is PRIEST=AURA. My 3 favorite songs ever, joined together forever in time, on a timeless album…during a perfect future evening of perfection !!!!!!
    Thank you in advance for sharing this grand, landmark concert experience of your incredible careers with us, with me…an everyman, everyfan…who dreamed of this moment everyday for nearly 20 years in the making.

    Thank you now and forever…

    AsAlways,
    Darrin K.
    AND…video tape the event in HD to be package and sold as a truly once in a lifetime experience, I know fans, such as davem, will cherish the event forever…thru the magic of video-the poor souls so many miles away will stand and cheer each selection…over and over again. Don’t be afraid of HD – Steve , you looking fucking great in any light-day or night…Killer !!!

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    lisa | 11 December 2010 at 1:09 am #

    I imagine sleeping in a different bed every night gets pretty old, pretty quickly. Glad you got see your mum– I will get to see mine when I drive home to Massachusetts on February 18th. My sister and I are psyched to see you in Foxboro that night! My mom will babysit and then we will spend the weekend with her. SK and my family (who I miss so much) all in one weekend…I am SO EXCITED! That will definitely be a bright spot in the middle of winter. So glad you’re coming!

  15. avatar
    Ron Bonham | 11 December 2010 at 1:17 am #

    Tickets will be bought in a few hours for the 2 NYC shows. No flaking on the flake this time, I WILL NOT miss out on this one SK. Too f’in good to be true…where is the catch, the other shoe hanging over my head, waiting to drop. Well, it is NYC in the dead of winter!

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    bc | 11 December 2010 at 2:10 am #

    blame game most tiring of all…

    forgive thyself

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    Ellen | 11 December 2010 at 2:23 am #

    I will be at the Los Angeles concert in February with bells and whistles.

    On my way to work this morning, I was thinking about your the concert, imagining what it’ll be like to hear those three great albums. Can’t wait!

    I really admire how you just keep on truckin’, Steve. And THANK YOU for flying half way around the world to play for us here in the U.S.

    Sending hugs your way…

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    davem | 11 December 2010 at 3:22 am #

    “i blames meself you know

    at the core of the most of it

    me me me ”

    I’m very grateful for you!!! You bring magic into my life every day.
    x

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    12str | 11 December 2010 at 3:52 am #

    Whatever happens… You Rock SK!

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    nickfiction | 11 December 2010 at 4:17 am #

    skipping cleveland next year? man i am bummed.

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    dwellingwell | 11 December 2010 at 4:26 am #

    everything was poignant in my 16 year old head
    never to be that way again
    that girl let me go into the sea
    she threw me back
    she didnt want to keep me…………………………….. I remember some old Poet bemoaning his lost youth “oh my ripeness” he wrote. But Yeats and Blake got better with age . But it is a cosmic drag to age and fall headlong towards death.Being thrown back is another jolt to the psyche. It seems to ring into our most insecure corners. I need to find a Tai Chi class . That seems to help

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    Steven Krut | 11 December 2010 at 5:09 am #

    Yeah, life just keeps moving forward. This was the strangest thing for me in the immediate aftermath of my father’s death. The greatest man in the world had just passed on. The Earth itself had shattered. Surely everything would take a pause or start flowing diferently, I felt. But it was the same drip-drop of days and petty occurances. Postage stamps still had to be licked. Bills still demanded payment. The grass still had to be mowed. It seemed so strange to me that such a calamity didn’t make a dent in anything. Even me, his son, had to get up each morning and go through the same routine as if nothing had changed. I had to keep moving foward as if I was in a car that could never be stopped. My father had fallen out of the car and I was forced to leave him behind where he had fallen. Such a baffling thing being alive.

    I hope the Opera House show sells out.

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    Anonymous | 11 December 2010 at 5:28 am #

    Great great show in Newcastle last night and how cool was it when JPY was pulled out of the audience to sing UTMW !

    This tour is incredible

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    phersh2 | 11 December 2010 at 7:14 am #

    Steve — if you like Marvin Gaye or turkeys (or not)….this is a GUARANTEED LAUGH.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYfDnc42wog

    Can’t wait til the trilogy of Starfish, Priest=Aura, Untitled #23 hits the U.S. (in D.C.) You guys are TOO GOOD to your fans 🙂

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    Tanya | 11 December 2010 at 8:37 am #

    Hey, it’s “a day in the life….” I don’t think it’s exactly unhappiness as one reply mentioned. Perhaps a bit of angst, frustrations, but the reminiscing… that’s a good thing, isn’t it? Lawnmowers really do shatter tranquility; I’m glad someone else noticed – I thought it was just my own hyper-sensitivity. By the way, thanks for helping us to try to see something good in the smell of chlorine!

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    Cocoamo | 11 December 2010 at 9:03 am #

    You, you you.

    While you are reflecting on your life…the things you’ll regret to your dying day (if you live that long) consider this little bizarre milestone.

    Yesterday in sunny Floreeeda, our esteemed soon to be ex-governor Christe pardoned the Doors’ Jim Morrison for the crime of exposing himself during a Miami concert – indecent exposure – as they say.

    There in the alternate universe we had a singer from Melbourne, FL (you from Sydney but still) – a published poet – 10 years before you – with a velvet voice, an incredibly great band, and a fatal drug addiction. That fate could have been yours, but for the grace of God (if there is one).

    So, thanks to Governor Christe, rest in peace Jim Morrison. And we thank our lucky stars under the Milky Way tonight, that you are with us in this universe.

    Your friend in Pennsylvania
    (Now in Cocoa Beach)

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    Jason (jmb066) | 11 December 2010 at 9:25 am #

    Toys,

    Thanks for the heads up on 93XRT, got my tickets tonight from the presale. Cleveland fans Chicago is not that far for an event like this. Im coming from Detroit and had to pull a lot strings to get time off work to go. I have seen The Church many times and I dont think this show can be topped. They all have been special and this is a dream come true.

    Steve,

    I know you must be tired, miss your kids and your home. Hang in there and enjoy these moments on stage with your fans. Hopefully you will enjoy your break before you come over to the states. To be touring and recording a new album you must be exhausted. I will see you in Chicago and maybe the first entry for the members section can be a VIP soundcheck with you and the band. Name the entry fee and sign me up, it will be an amazing night and to hang out with you before or after the show would top off my Church concert experiences.

    Jason

  28. avatar
    veleska1970 | 11 December 2010 at 10:29 am #

    sorry you’re a little down. feel better soon.

    love the photo. very exquisite collar bones ya got there. 😉

  29. avatar
    Starflower | 11 December 2010 at 12:10 pm #

    May your belly never grumble
    May your heart never ache
    May your horse never stumble
    May your cinch never break
    – Blessing

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    onticsofton | 11 December 2010 at 1:29 pm #

    “blame game” The Guru in the film “I love you Alice B.Toklas” with Peter Sellers was talking about “The Blame Game”. Funny film. Anxiety ? Lemon Balm can work for that. It also goes under the name “Melisa”

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    hellbound heart | 11 December 2010 at 3:11 pm #

    there were some very sombre moments in this blog but i couldn’t help but have a good belly laugh at the bit about your fine thin hair……
    would DEARLY LOVE to go to your opera house show but alas, not possible…… 🙁 🙁

    love always…….

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    Linjo | 11 December 2010 at 4:23 pm #

    Yeah you look a bit peeky Steve, but with much clarity of complexion so you are doing something right.
    Addiction leaves such a chasm. How to fill it with peace of mind is I suppose the answer to success for former addicts. Including myself in this category as I am sipping my beer! I wish I didn’t drink at all, but love the peaceful feeling it gives me. Christmas time, it puts so much pressure on people to come up with the goods. I wish the whole present thing wasn’t an institution and it was all about just being together. x

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    DavidP | 11 December 2010 at 7:04 pm #

    I see a furrowed brow again
    life’s like a bit of a merry-go-round not always so merry
    all those hotel/motel rooms with beds thousands before have slept in
    I wonder if that leaves a mark, all those other peoples energies mixing up in you
    mums words ring in thine ears, mothers know best eh
    what to do?
    what’s next?
    what is worth it?
    what is best?

  34. avatar
    david | 11 December 2010 at 9:45 pm #

    whoah..everyones so happy bout the winter tour …um ..i hope this aint the big(last) one ive been fearin fer years..

  35. avatar
    . | 11 December 2010 at 10:48 pm #

    snowfall all around me
    the deep ache in my side
    the reality that weakens
    the raging tempest inside
    priest grant me forgiveness
    my aura dull and dim
    my ticket to bohemia
    laced with joy and sin
    not to be forgotten
    the crystal beach shines
    under a milky way, infinite
    what a sweet glass of wine
    twenty three artistry
    primordial to the future
    dispel the darkness
    comfort, peace unto me

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    MJ FRIM | 12 December 2010 at 3:09 am #

    Just ordered 4 tickets for parkwest. bringing 2 nephews to prove a point. fing unbelievable!! Like a dream come true my favorite recording being played live all the way through p=a. Steve please have these shows filmed. You guys are really doing it now. Wish you were coming to Detroit. You have to admit we really have been pouring it on for the band in the D. Chicago will have to do. Thank you so very much. I can not wait. MJ FRIMO GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN

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    Heather daydream | 12 December 2010 at 10:23 am #

    I’d agree with Joyce that you aren’t “graceful”; rather I would describe your stage presence as elegantly commanding. In a new silver shirt that grew more dark than shark during the show, you seemed earthed, like a noble tree, blooming myrrrhish dream-inducing scents across us, your meadow of lovers.

    The Bondi sea will do you good – won’t be long now.

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    plumlady | 12 December 2010 at 11:01 am #

    oh my god, are you coming to Minneapolis? I haven’t tuned in in a little while and I so don’t want to miss this. I’ve been laid up, in the hospital with the most horrible surgery possible; hemorroidectomy…I almost hemorraged to death and now that I’m home it’s all I can do to live through the pain. Reading this blog has always made me feel better, but now I feel like I must have missed out on many good blogs and announcements. The Chicago guys comment makes me wonder what show this is; I didn’t think you had any plans on coming to the states for awhile. I just hope I’m well enough to go…and maybe that Santa brings me a Flip for Christmas.

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    redgrevillea | 12 December 2010 at 1:38 pm #

    Decembers in Australia…that’s how they should be lived. Heat, road, weed(s), road stops, perpetual heat languish, gigs – lovely stuff!

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    DavidR | 12 December 2010 at 6:04 pm #

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwMd-ioN8Cw

    Steve this is JPY and MWP rehearsing (Delete if you don’t want it up and let me know)

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      thetimebeing | 12 December 2010 at 6:52 pm #

      lovely stuff davidr

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      BROKEN TOYS AND HEROS | 13 December 2010 at 1:07 am #

      Yeah the singing…Hmmm…How can you pay attention to the singing when Tiare is in the background fanning herself!!!!…THATS FUCKING HOT HOT HOT !!!!!
      Hey, dont get me wrong…I love my wife and she is beautiful. Even she, my wife, sad : WOW !!!! When she met Tiare in Chicago last April 2009. This all goes to proof my fellow human beings…Only A GOD can create such a beauty as she. And of course my baby angel, My avatar, my daughter: Kristina Ann Kelly !!!

      Marty…Marty…Marty… Your one lucky S.O.B !!!!! LMOA !!!!

      AsAlways,
      Darrin K.

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    Heather daydream | 12 December 2010 at 7:42 pm #

    …but you bring it out in us Mr K..I said it was a great show and that’s why…really really

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    BigSmilesKate | 12 December 2010 at 7:45 pm #

    Hey SK,
    Really enjoyed the NC shows. Not surprising that you seem to be a bit low – you must be exhausted. Just going to NC to see The Church for 2 nights, coming home to see The Gorillaz with my daughter Emily and then driving daughter 2 Alison to the airport at 6.30 this morning – I know I’m zonked but happy to be living a good busy life. What next? Five days work and 3 Church gigs next weekend!

    Kate Away & I had different ideas on who Space Saviour is about – can you give us initials?

    Big Smiles
    Kate
    xoxo

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      princey | 13 December 2010 at 10:04 am #

      Glad u had a fab time in Newcastle Kate, I’m SO looking forward to the weekend 🙂

      Hey sk, missing your blog, hope you’re not too worn out to get back here soon.

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    lily was here | 12 December 2010 at 9:21 pm #

    Im just a ripple in your paradise, but last weekend witnessed a tidal wave of love in sydney for you. See u down south friday, the 12 hr drive might do me in so Im relying on you to keep me awake…maybe start out with that rockin’ version of Space Saviour LOL
    love xo

    ps fab video David, thanks. JPY, how cool!

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      princey | 13 December 2010 at 10:07 am #

      Looking forward to finally meeting u Sue, be careful driving all that way especially with the locust plague that’s hit Melby’s north lately….I’d bring a spare pair of windscreen wipers if I were you….yeeeeek!! See you Friday!

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    david | 13 December 2010 at 5:12 am #

    i got my tickets …i git my tickets… we love you ! we love you!

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    mark griffith | 13 December 2010 at 7:40 am #

    hello sir…hope all is well with ya! i’ve been doing my daily reading, but haven’t been commenting for a while. standing in the shadows, i guess. love the new church site…glad to see anthony’s wonderful photos have a section. completely thrilled with just the thought of seeing you play those 3 records together. can’t wait! take care.
    griffo

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    Anonymous | 13 December 2010 at 1:04 pm #

    Went to the Thursday night show at Newcastle with my husband and 13 year old son. All enjoyed it thoroughly, even the guys.

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    sarah | 13 December 2010 at 4:03 pm #

    oh boy.


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