posted on August 11, 2006 at 2:31 pm

i never know what im gonna write
till i write it!
even that!
and even that!
whatta life this olde hippy foole be leading..
im sittin up in bed naked
(under a sheet so dont let yer imaginations
runnaway with ya)
all around the deafening roar of machines
air conditioners
vacuum cleaners
machines out in the street
pulverizing tenderizing the ungiving ashfelt
guys on the roofs busting up concrete
garbage trucks gasping n grunting
chimneys n exhausts exude poison air in a filthy hiss
i need the equatorial stars
the ipod goes on in its little speakers
robert fripps snake like guitar leaps into my room
enos ambiences merges with the symphony of new yorks machines
im on the 11th floor of the super 8 46 th street
its 10 41 the next day after the band im in
play a concert in a nice venue here called irving plaza
we have la hood join us, patricia hood
the greatest rocknroll harpist pluckin those heavenly strings
get your ass to s.f. if you wanna see her
cos thatll be yer last chance
shes a consummate performer
shes armenian, she coulda looked like that
and played like that 2000 years ago
you know what i mean fans
a timelessly talented strange little woman
she ironed my pants n sewed em up before the shows
patti thank you n see you in s.f.
(i noted your mistakes n yer pay will be deducted accordingly)
outside my window some hideously grinding machine
burrows into something
and it feels like getting a filling
big deal new york
with all yer this n fuckin’ that
you got no peace
i d rather a peaceful grove and the whisper of leaves
than all yer discount starbucked calvin klein art gallery
limousine boutique baloney
the noise pervades n permeates everywhere
the poor bastards who are working those hellish machines
strapped all day to fume belchin’ shudderin’ monster
this world has gone so wrong
so wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong
yesterdays events with the aeroplanes…
ah what fucking madness is this
which god ordered that?
who will this show?
inexorable hatred flowering from idiot misunderstanding
what about the innocents?
the children?
are we less than animals?
(deep breath)
(listen to the machines nevets, theyll cheer ya up)
im in new york
its ok
i dont care
im leaving soon for sellersville
unknown quantity
the others attended last nite aftershow party
nevets, why did you eschew that party
you know why, muse, that party is anathema to me
but nevets, its new york…
muse, i cannot insult you with the idle chatter n drunken bawling
i did my gig n i exited quietly
let others slap their backs n scream thru the booze n smoke
into their egos
let em laugh n drink n be mary for all i care
i walk the lonely streets of ny searching for my hotel
i go in a late nite deli n buy chocolate soy milk
oh nevets you wild olde rocker
mock me not o my muse this is my style
what do i care for the talk of men
i seek the heart n the depth of things
i seek the measure
i seek the real behind the facade
not mask after mask
veneer on veneer
then tell them nevets
tell them how you played your songs
tell them of the words that appear in your head
how your fingers pluck away autonomously
how the great weight of the bass becomes a feather
how you heat up and sweat gallons as the songs eventuate
tell them how the audience blurs
and your eyes fill with sweat but you dont care
and tell them how you drink red bull n jagermeister
to stop n go at the same time
and how you remember all those words
no you dont remember them do you
they unravel in my mouth, muse
you should know darling muse you put them all there for me
and my muse shall i tell them of the anaesthetic place
i go when the drums throb n the c ymbals crassh
and how i leave the room and leave this earth
and my only connexion is tim powles tic tic tic
on the hi hat
and how the piano notes open up memories that i fall into
how the guitars get into my ears n mouth
how my own bass registers low low down
so deep the notes pull me into the earth again
and how i opened my throat and my voice came sailing out
and i sounded just like…….me!
and i was happy to let it float around in that room
in the reverb n echo n delay n chorus
and the slurs n stops n mute palm ostinato
the slides the emphases the hammers the restraints
n pattis harp twinkling away in the stratosphere
a million miles from the elastic pulse of the bass
and i sing my fucking songs
about life
sweet sweet life
how strange this life is
this life we all be leading
right now
you guys in the office
you kindergarten mums
you olde friends
you hungover wretches
you junk craving lords
you mixing it up engineeers
you sweet ladies with yer mysterious places
you ugly olde bastards with yer blubbery bellies
you darling kids who can still see the elementals
(aurora n evie)
you mountain climbers n window washers
you public savants n idiot winds
all of ya!
yer alive!!
sweet sweet life baby
love yer life
love other people
love yer enemies…yeah theres a trip
forgive people
theyre just human
be kind to animals
dont eat any meat under any circumstances whatsoever
you wanna know how i can strap onna bass n runnaround
a hot stage n drive 8 hours at 5 in the morning
and still get up at 7 and say
what the fuck is happening
and type out a blogg that deserves the ignoble prize
for littyrature
you wanna know where the words n music n energy comes from?
you ready for it
you wanna vibrate higher?
you wanna transcend?
you wanna knock off songs in yer sleep?
dont eat meat
new york stinks of the cooking meat
ah you poor decadent fools
itsa gonna kill ya baby
its dead
do you ever look at something dead and think
mmm i wanna play around with that?
you carnivorous vultures…back to n.y.
it was nigh on solde out
we were slick n smooth
we gave em it with both accoustic barrels
and we blue those mothers away
we are one of the best rocknroll combos ever
to strum an f maj 7
im gonna piss off now
do some something
have a tepid weak shower
wash last nites charisma off my aching flesh
look my self in the mirror
nevets, are you man or myth?
this morning, muse
this morning…
im just a washed up olde rocker
in a skinny hotel
the maids a bangin at the door
“please you musta check out”
frippy n eno drone in the corner
another day
another dollar
another dollop of life
see ya in penisylvania

92 Responses to “impressario”

  1. avatar
    Melquiades | 11 August 2006 at 3:50 pm #

    hi steve. just wanted to reiderate (see previous blog comment) that Falls Church was so smooth, so great.

    love ya,

  2. avatar
    Jack | 11 August 2006 at 3:52 pm #

    The Irving show was great. Nice venue. See you tonight in Sellersville.


  3. avatar
    fantasticandy | 11 August 2006 at 4:08 pm #

    sublime,just wonderful when your music takes you to another plane.i know it’s wrong—but i envy you nevets i really do, in a nice way of course!

  4. avatar
    buzby | 11 August 2006 at 4:11 pm #

    well.. you guys peeled our apple.. sorry you found a few worms…

    great show.. the harp was genious. the new songs sounded great, who needed columbus last night. apologies for those ‘wally’s’… they had more than a screw loose and more than a few substances.

  5. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 August 2006 at 4:15 pm #

    Pure thunder. You are. (And I was listening to P=A this a.m. Still sounds hot off the press.) Long may you run, SK.

  6. avatar
    biggle boggle | 11 August 2006 at 4:16 pm #

    “Eat meat and ruin your feet”
    -Daniel Pinkwater

  7. avatar
    secretBeatinMichigan | 11 August 2006 at 4:27 pm #


    Excellent rant. Excellent flow. Keep it up fer Deetroit.

    The problem with the World is also the Blessing we were Given – Free Will. Ya wouldn’t want That Which Is tellin’ ya what to do with that Gift, would ya? We can’t have it all – we live in the realm of Man who perverts that Gift (uintentionally and intentionally). That’s Truth – regardless what we wish/want to see.

    And leave me be with me jerky and burgers, you proselytizing Vegan Vamp!

  8. avatar
    John Garratt | 11 August 2006 at 4:28 pm #

    Allister, Pinkwater said that? Which book?

    Nevets is lucky his muse speaks in words. My muse is nothing but static.


  9. avatar
    Samosanx | 11 August 2006 at 4:35 pm #

    The beautiful experience of playing music, with others…when u hit that moment. it is truly wonderful and comforting and synergetic an ‘all…better than anything, better than u know what all, it shits all over “other”…
    for those of us who cannot be there, thanks for taking us (me) to that lovely humming space Steve, thanks…..
    and btw, why is it that no on ever says of dentists, or engineers, or pilots, or politicians, or snawhich shop, owners “oh god, is s/he STILL doing that?”

    you are a musician
    we are your fans

    aaahhh killer, kisses to you, walking the streets to buy a carton of milk rather than ny backstage…kisses

    xxx Samosan

  10. avatar
    veleska1970 | 11 August 2006 at 5:03 pm #

    steve, i had sincerely hoped that you would be able to get some much-needed rest while in noo yawk, even if it was just a tiny bit. i’m sorry you didn’t.

    if anybody ever has a doubt of how you transcend onto a different plant of existence while playing, all they have to do is just watch you up there on stage!! of course, i’ve been on that plane for the 20+ years i’ve been enjoying your music 😉

    yes, life IS strange, isn’t it??? have a good show, and get some rest, ok?

    lotza love…..

  11. avatar
    CAPTAIN BEYOND | 11 August 2006 at 5:06 pm #

    you are going to have to tell me lady yourself not to eat the meat!!!, she hasn’t grasped that revelation yet, me told her bout you saying that, she just blew me off, me would like to go to me vegan ways here in me dark room…

  12. avatar
    baby | 11 August 2006 at 5:23 pm #

    druid vs machines
    druid 1, machine 0

    brother, don’t let your babies grow up to be typists

  13. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 August 2006 at 5:25 pm #

    Hi Steve—
    What an amazing show last night at Irving Plaza!!
    I must second Buzby’s comment about the “worms” in the Apple….I too wish to aplogize for their rude behavior. And your patience with the like is truly a virtue….
    Thank you for travelling halfway around the world to entertain us….your visits to NYC are much anticipated and greatly appreciated….Thanks again.
    A fan for 20+ years…….

  14. avatar
    shawn_el | 11 August 2006 at 5:27 pm #

    Beautiful music blog, SK.
    I loved the show in VA and will be seeing you all in Pennsylvania tonight (my home state). I am bringing a friend who has slowly warmed up to the Church over the last 7 years or so at my constant pleading.

  15. avatar
    Demeter | 11 August 2006 at 5:30 pm #

    And no disrespect to anyone’s deeply held personal belief…

    but Life is Death, and in Death, Life. Anything you eat on this earthly plane will die to feed you. (unless you count dairy products) Plant, mammal, fish, fowl, we are one big kettle of soup being stirred in circles. I have met people who insist on feeding their dogs vegan dog food. Tis folly.

  16. avatar
    Krissythegroupie | 11 August 2006 at 5:35 pm #

    New York does have way too much gross “street meat” yes, but it ain’t all bad. You guys were better than I could’ve imagined and every song I got more excited than the last, I totally geeked out all night and it was wonderful! And thanks fer takin a bit to chit chat with a nerdy fangirl, you’re so tall and tan and are looking great man. Good lucky on the rest of the tour!

  17. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 August 2006 at 5:43 pm #

    That was quite possibly my fav blog of yours SK,

    Beautiful, hilarious, poignant, trippy and real all in one 5 minute hit.

    Love it


  18. avatar
    smoochgirl | 11 August 2006 at 5:49 pm #

    So that’s how ya do it, eh? No meat…hmmm… I’ll have to tell mi esposo. We were amazed at your Houston show at how you nonchalantly walked out on stage, opened your mouth and wonderful things happenend with no apparent strain. Just amazed and in awe throughout the whole performance. An experience I’ll always remember…

    P.S. Can someone explain why he calls himself nevets? Did I miss that somewhere?

  19. avatar
    CeciliaGin | 11 August 2006 at 5:52 pm #

    how the guitars get into my ears n mouth
    how my own bass registers low low down
    so deep the notes pull me into the earth again
    and how i opened my throat and my voice came sailing out
    and i sounded just like…….me!

    como las guitarras entran en mis oidos y boca
    como my propio bajo registra por debajo las notas tan profundas que me jalan denuevo a tierra
    y como abrí mi garganta y mi voz navegó y sonó como…yo mismo!

    Nos vemos en el finish line.

  20. avatar
    daniel | 11 August 2006 at 5:55 pm #

    what you describe–the way you feel (or don’t feel) when the music is moving through you–with your lady bass stretching in your hands–reminds me of the movie chariots of fire (yeah, i’m pretty old)–when the minister is running toward the finish line and he cranes his head toward the sky for the feeling of god’s (or godess’s) pleasure moving through him–such is the exaltation we know in moments that matter–in any case, what you wrote was beautiful–cheers

  21. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 August 2006 at 6:11 pm #

    Read it backwards, smoochgirl…
    ‘es talkin’ to himself…

    Ah alehc, she’ll get it, no worries.

    No, I know she will, I have complete faith.


  22. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 August 2006 at 6:12 pm #

    well…thanks once again! maybe my fifth time seeing you and the gang here in nyc…you never dissapoint, even with a cheeky crowd. two intoxicated young ladies sat too too close in front of me and my beloved…we got nervous…oh no they’ll ruin the mood…but no! yes, even they, with their whoo whoo’s poorly timed, and chair kicking, and anger and what not…were finally swept up in it, subdued. i think it surprised them…they were so young. so, the music once again fixed everything…everything that it could. thanks for spreading that stuff around.
    we all need it.


  23. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 August 2006 at 6:45 pm #

    still high from atlanta, baby.
    you fucking rock , and so does rob, and tell him we said so because we forgot.
    your blog is tops in two places at once. veggie life= good life. can’t wait for soundtrack, for mimesis, for isidore2, for jack frost complete-ly, for easy single, you know you want to. and unified field single, and live dvd.

    there’s gotta be more
    yeah yeah yeah,
    richard and dena

  24. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 August 2006 at 6:54 pm #

    dear sk
    you’ll never wash away
    the charisma baybee
    it just keeps flowing…

    i envy
    all the bloggee commenters
    who have the privilege
    of seeing le church
    this time round
    lucky bastards
    thanks for sharing
    its a vicarious thrill

    i can hardly
    about another
    beautiful day
    in boulder

    lots of love

  25. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 August 2006 at 7:25 pm #

    “red bull n jagermeister”
    love the harp addition, it sounds like it would be awesome.

  26. avatar
    stealthblue | 11 August 2006 at 7:44 pm #

    You are a mystical man, Steve…a good man. We all try, hard as it is sometimes. Forgiveness of others and self is truly devine and feels just…awesome. The world’s a little wacky, but it’s still ours, it’s still beautiful, despite some of its guises, or inhabitants for that matter. May we all go about in kindness in the search for ourselves. Oh, yeah, EVERYONE, please remember to leave your “oh so-dangerous” hair gels and H20, or pack it in your checked baggage…another Not-so-truthful inconvenience I suppose. Also, Steve, no I-pods, laptops etc. bound for Britain (if you have any such plans)…alrighty then!
    All the best,SK. (and fellow Churchites)

    “Connection is Spiritual, universal essence…
    Routine mirrors, eye-lines askew…
    Rarified Purity, dormant in the chasm”

  27. avatar
    finn | 11 August 2006 at 7:56 pm #

    Glad to hear this leg of the tour has been going so well. Keep it up, I’m gonna see you in Chicago. Also, try to have fun in Indianapolis, who knows what the show will be like, but me dad and sis are coming so donae dissappoint ’em! I’m sure it will be fabulous. I would go, but I had this bright idea to plan a vacation before I knew when you were playin the midwest. So I’m off to the shores of Lake Michigan for some camping and relaxing while you rock nearby. I’m just barely gonna make it back for the Chicago gig, but wouldn’t miss it. Oh, and I just got the remasters of Starfish and P=A and they sound great, awesome to have all the rarities in one place now too.

  28. avatar
    Queen Hatshepsut | 11 August 2006 at 8:10 pm #

    Your description of how you lose yourself in the music reminds me of Abraham Maslow’s description of the ‘top of triangle'(self-actualisation) or Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi’s theory of ‘flow’ – or even sports figures when they talk about being in the ‘zone.’ I’m there myself when I listen to you guys. It’s a great place to be.

    Geez, did they put you in the noisiest place in NYC or what? I mean, it’s a noisy city but damn! Sorry you seemed to only get the uglies from it – it does have supreme charm and beauty IMHO.

    I know yer all questioned out – but one to ponder for the road (literally)…I understand your stance on humans not eating meat, but what indeed do you think of nature’s cycle – producers/competitors/decomposers…animals eating animals, animals eating meat…cats and dogs can’t live without it really…do you believe we are of higher mind so we have a choice and they don’t? And yet they seem to need it to survive. Just a thought I had. (I am 90% vegetarian for ther record – only breaking down occasionally at this point, haha)

    Rock on nevets- oh! STOP running that NEGATIVE tape in your head…’washed up olde rocker’ – every time you type that out or think it, it bothers me, and it is NOT YOU! Replace it with ‘perpetually elegant, tanned, healthy, highly talented musician with endless creativity.’ It’s long, but it’s better for you. 🙂
    over and out,

  29. avatar
    biggle boggle | 11 August 2006 at 8:45 pm #

    John Garrett, it’s from the Snarkout Boys and the Avocado of Death, wherein a crazy dude is doing a speech in the park, going on about eating meat being bad, and that’s one of his rhymes.

    Now, vegetarianism is serious business. I’m assuming it will keep me looking forever 32.

    We’ll see.

  30. avatar
    UnDead | 11 August 2006 at 9:55 pm #

    this is beautiful nevets
    looking forward to the next one

  31. avatar
    Brian Turner | 11 August 2006 at 10:08 pm #

    Keep on rockin Steve…
    Your a class act!!

    Loved you guys in Atlanta….
    Hopefully see you in another 2 years….Hopefully sooner….

    Steve you should pen a vegen recipe book…

  32. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 August 2006 at 10:17 pm #


    massaging your blogg ego, that was great

  33. avatar
    The Unguarded Butcher | 11 August 2006 at 11:10 pm #

    vegan food is for losers. kilbey is a great singer, willson-piper is even better, but vegetarians have to rot. eat some meat and watch…you’ll be back on the charts again, stronger and healthier….vegans always get dopey and pass out dumstruck.

    pass the carrots steve,
    no make it peas
    and you’ll be
    fine just this time round
    our hazy ways
    to refridgerate
    this beauty wrapped in bone
    we’d hardly known
    we meant to love you
    chose to glove you
    empty meals of fruit and care
    cappucino over delaware
    we saved the best for last
    must have lost her
    could have loved her more
    if i wasn’t feeling weak
    i should of had some meat

  34. avatar
    persephone2u | 11 August 2006 at 11:25 pm #

    Sitting in bed naked with your iBook. Such a tease!

  35. avatar
    Trickster | 11 August 2006 at 11:34 pm #


    sitting here

    one mile high

    dreamin of that apple gig

    it was in my hands, baby.

    now there’s only pitch with

    nowhere to pour it…

    o-musing, isn’t it?


  36. avatar
    Anonymous | 11 August 2006 at 11:45 pm #

    Today’s blog was cathartic to read — thanks mate …

    Peace & Love 2 u & 2 all

  37. avatar
    pagey | 12 August 2006 at 12:10 am #

    Food for thought

    Vegetarianism: Supported in the Bible

    The Bible has many quotations against meat-eating as can be seen from the following: “But flesh with the life thereof, which is the blood thereof, shall ye not eat. And surely your blood of your lives will I require; at the hand of every beast will I require it.” (Genesis 9.4-5) Certainly we can see in this verse that no one was meant to live by eating the flesh and blood of others. If one did so, then he would have to pay with his own blood, as it says, “your blood of your lives will I require.” This is merely a reference to the law of karma: for every animal who suffers because of you, you will also similarly suffer: “at the hand of every beast will I require it.”
    “To what purpose is the multitude of your sacrifices unto me? Saith the Lord: I am full of the burnt offerings of rams, and the fat of fed beasts; and I delight not in the blood of bullocks, or of lambs, or of goats. When ye spread forth your hands, I will hide Mine eyes from you: yea, when ye make many prayers, I will not hear, for your hands are full of blood.” (Isaiah 1.11,15)

    “It shall be a perpetual statute for your generations throughout all your dwellings, that ye eat neither fat nor blood. (Leviticus 3.17). . . And whatsoever man there be of the house of Israel, or of strangers who sojourn among you, that eateth any manner of blood; I will even set My face against that soul that eateth blood.” (Leviticus 17.10)

    From these verses and others not included here, we can certainly see that God’s law, as set down in the Bible, was against the eating of flesh and blood and the killing of other entities. However, there are some people who try to legitimize the eating of meat by draining the blood and, thus, make the meat “kosher.” Of course, this idea doesn’t really work. Blood permeates meat, so how can one be free from eating blood by trying to drain it from the flesh? This is not very realistic, and it certainly does not free one from the violence that must be inflicted on the animal when it is killed in order to eat its flesh. The real point of the matter is not to kill. This is clearly stated in Exodus (20.13) in the Hebrew lo tirtzach, which, when accurately translated, means “thou shalt not kill.”

    In fact, the Bible compares the killing of cows to murdering a man: “He that killeth an ox is as if he slew a man.” (Isaiah 66.3)

    There are a few verses, however, which I am sure some students of the Bible will reach for that seem to support the eating of flesh. But in every case, this is due to inaccurate translations as we shall see.

    For example, in John (4.8) it states: “For his disciples were gone away unto the city to buy meat.” The word meat was taken from the Greek word trophe, which actually means nourishment. This is exactly the same case in Acts (9.19): “And when he had received meat, he was strengthened.” When translated accurately it means that by receiving nourishment, he felt stronger.

    In Luke (8.55) we find, “And her spirit came again and she arose straightaway: and he (Jesus) commanded to give her meat.” The word meat in this case was translated from the Greek word phago, which translated correctly simply means to eat.

    In I Corinthians (8.8) it states: “But meat commendeth us not to God, for neither, if we eat, are we the better; neither if we eat not, are we the worse.” The word for meat here is broma, which actually means food. Therefore, this verse signifies that eating or not eating food has little to do with our relationship to God and not, as some people think, that eating meat holds no wrong.

    In Romans (14.20-21) the verses are: “For meat destroy not the word of God. All things indeed are pure; but it is evil for that man who eateth with offence. It is good neither to eat flesh, nor to drink wine, nor anything whereby thy brother stumbleth, or is offended, or is made weak.” The word for meat here is broma, which actually means foods, and the word for flesh is kreas, which does mean flesh. Therefore, this verse makes it clear that flesh eating is unacceptable.

    If the Bible explains that eating meat is wrong, then what is the proper thing to eat? Genesis (1.29) clearly states: “And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is on the face of all the earth, and every tree, in which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat.” This makes it quite obvious that the food for human beings is herbs, seeds, grains, and fruits.

    We also find in Isaiah (7.14-15): “Therefore the Lord Himself shall give you a sign; Behold, a young woman shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel. Butter and honey shall he eat, that he may know to refuse the evil, and choose the good.” The first verse is often quoted by Christians for proof that Jesus was the savior, but the next verse shows that he will be a vegetarian to know the difference between right and wrong.

    As mentioned earlier, meat-eating is a sign of spiritual ignorance and tends to keep one from developing compassion and mercy towards our fellow living entities. To be merciful only to man and yet be an enemy to animals by killing and eating them is Satan’s philosophy. One will never live in true harmony with God while performing such activities. This is often overlooked by the Christians, Muslims, and others. If these verses were actually understood and the meaning fully realized and practically applied by the Christians and others, I am sure it would bring beneficial reactions the world over in their spiritual development. After all, one of the ten commandments specifically says thou shalt not kill. It does not say merely thou shalt not murder, which would imply only humans, but it says “Thou shalt not kill,” meaning any living being.

  38. avatar
    Anonymous | 12 August 2006 at 1:12 am #

    Such a fantastic blogg only to beruined once again by your vegan banter. Leve it out. I’m having yummy baked lamb loin chops for tea loadsa mint sauce.

    I was married to a vegan once. Her tempeh burgers bored me senseless even though she worked hard to make em tasty. the tofu was like eatin’ unset putty.

    Your vegan life is such a borin’ one I feel. Leave us carnivors to die with a smile..

    Ciao & happy touring

  39. avatar
    The Laughing Blogster | 12 August 2006 at 1:41 am #

    Holy Cow! Stop eating my butt!!


  40. avatar
    Anonymous | 12 August 2006 at 2:06 am #

    Pagey, what makes you think the Bible has any authority and/or influence over the way that anyone with a brain will make decisions about whether or not they eat meat?

  41. avatar
    lizardlizard81 | 12 August 2006 at 2:11 am #

    Wonderful, beautiful dream of prose lost in the distraction of Steve wrapped all nude and snuggly in a set of random hotel sheets.

    Poor soldier of light stumbling through the icky, smell city.

    March on, sir, will look forward to next transmission.

  42. avatar
    Anonymous | 12 August 2006 at 2:18 am #

    More strength to you nevets kilbo


  43. avatar
    smoochgirl | 12 August 2006 at 3:35 am #

    Cute, Alehc, er Chela! I’m not used to reading backwards, but it’s a very smart way to read indeed. I was always the girl who had to ask the questions and here is another one I just have to ask but not before I clarify this: I have my own set of beliefs regarding meat eating and I believe everyone has a right to consume whatever they damn well please (meat or otherwise). So here’s my question: If someone is vegetarian or vegan because they don’t want to inflict harm upon animals, then how is it they inflict harm upon themselves and consume certain chemical substances? It just doesn’t make sense to me. Spare the animals but harm yourself. Raw! Raw! Raw! Seems a bit fallacious to me.

  44. avatar
    Anonymous | 12 August 2006 at 3:41 am #

    Nevets, are ya in yer midlife crisis???

  45. avatar
    scubabum2 | 12 August 2006 at 3:55 am #

    Love your blogs, loved the concert in Dallas and loved meeting you, MWP & SK. I can honestly say that the band’s material today is better than it was 20 years ago and the old work was a gold standard. You guys are not yet at your prime. Thank all of you for letting me experience what its like to wake up in the morning throughout the day.
    Cheers, M

  46. avatar
    bucks burnett | 12 August 2006 at 4:26 am #

    You being in New York reminds me of May 27, 2003, the last time I was there. I attended a big premiere celebration for Led Zeppelin’s “DVD”. I took MWP with me cause i knew he liked the Zep. At the party afterward, I introduced Pagey to Piper. It was a great, thrilling moment to see two of my favorite guitarists finally meet and have a chat. In the late 80’s I sent Rhyme to Jimmy and he loved it.

    Don’t worry Steve, I’ve got big plans for you, too. Herman’s Hermits are reuniting, and it’s you and me and Peter Noone curving a stretch limo around the block. Woo-hooo!!

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    Anonymous | 12 August 2006 at 4:31 am #

    Thanks for the finer details sk, that’ll keep the mind alive for a while.
    But tell the truth nevets, are you man or myth?

    Love you like the stars above,
    from Princess

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    (('{~_~}')) | 12 August 2006 at 5:41 am #

    im sittin up in bed naked
    (under a sheet so dont let yer imaginations
    runnaway with ya)

    SK, is this an attempt to go up the blog charts? I have to admit I stopped reading for a few seconds there.

    she ironed my pants n sewed em up before the shows
    patti thank you n see you in s.f.

    Good on you Patti! You’re a legend.

    Love from a kindergarten mum

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    don joe | 12 August 2006 at 5:44 am #

    Wicked heir Steven. On song rolling along….Glad you’re enjoying this stage of the grind…grind it out.So true with the party people. Drinking to be comfortable in a place they aren’t. Pffft…why bother. Walk the streets see what gives, what gets, thats life. Nice bloggy fiend. Nice person you are for giving us this…(eekk that word)..nice…ho hum..oh I gotta go, my rib eye has just hit medium rare so ima off to carnivoar it. I’m not sorry. I know I come back to live another life again so next time I might give it a shot….Just feel sick if I only eat vegetables???…

    Anywho..keep rollin and safe travels. C u in time….

    don joe

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    sue cee | 12 August 2006 at 5:46 am #

    yeah, bring Patti back here too SK! hell, can you all just move over here?.. its much safer, the music’s damn good (mwp visits every year), best wines in the world and The Wiggles are overseas most of the time 🙂

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    Cameras 4 Eyes | 12 August 2006 at 5:53 am #

    Inn Season Café
    500 E. Fourth St.
    Royal Oak, MI 48067

    jasta north o the Ferndale gig

    The lace-curtained café has been serving its carefully crafted vegetarian dishes for many years. Chef-proprietor George Vutetakis believes in market fresh produce, organic whenever possible. The menu has ethnic twists, reflecting Vutetakis’ interest in Indian, Japanese, Mexican and Greek fare. He lived in India for a time and has also visited the Island of Crete, and both countries have influenced his cuisine, which focuses on flavor as well as nutrition. House bread is a sturdy whole wheat, there are whole wheat crusts on the pizzas and even whole wheat phyllo dough on such dishes as butternut-leek pie. The menu is augmented with daily specials, which are recommended highly. They might include Peruvian blue potato cakes with Michigan pear chutney. There is a long list of non-alcoholic beverages, including fruit smoothies and cider.

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    Cameras 4 Eyes | 12 August 2006 at 6:12 am #

    muse shall i tell them of the anaesthetic place
    i go when the drums throb n the c ymbals crassh
    and how i leave the room and leave this earth
    and my only connexion is tim powles tic tic tic
    on the hi hat

    very nicely illustrated here by sirenbrian

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    The Accidental Dieter | 12 August 2006 at 6:47 am #

    “The Laughing Blogster said…
    Holy Cow! Stop eating my butt!!”

    Butt…butt…butt….I’m quite partial to a tasty tad of tail!


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    tomorrow | 12 August 2006 at 7:10 am #

    Nekkid Nevets!!!

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    Anonymous | 12 August 2006 at 8:19 am #

    Fuck all impotent meat eaters
    take offense so be it
    as if you could kill something
    tired of these moronic unexpanding chumps
    dont take offense to the truth or even try to throw lame logic at the truth..
    So maybe I smoke herbs
    does that mean I shouldnt care if a pig is pinned to the ground
    and not allowed to at all to breathe fresh air or grow natural or stand up
    Or chickens and cows being confined to negative space beaten and stabbed
    and slammed into the ground..
    skinned-alive and bled to death,
    oh did I mention i like to smoke herbs
    get that ish outta here..

    and dont ask for someone to get off it
    cause if I/we happen to shrug it off
    I/we shrug off all the rest of the bullshit that
    ignorant fucking people do
    people that dont know how much it fucks over the environment
    how fucking much these poor creatures suffer
    how terrible it is that people obviously inherit
    the negative chemical energy that transmits trough your body
    when a saw cuts through your legs
    jabs into your bowels and slits your throat
    Hungry Big Dog.. lambs chops
    fuck that… Meet YOur meat
    be bold and renounce your weakness
    be informed, be real, not just opinionated..

    so easy to laugh
    so easy to hate
    it takes strength to be gentle and kind

    Anyways rock the show Sk
    take it easy now

    The little Peckary says
    the truth is not an old dead
    carcass or a book.. a bloody boook
    it is Love, Surrender and Devotion
    I for one
    am all…
    GO VEG!
    it shouldnt be an option
    should be mandatory
    it is better for all
    Free will is an illusion.. btw

    jaime r…

  56. avatar
    Anonymous | 12 August 2006 at 8:27 am #

    Wow, yeah the lil Peckary got excited
    he might have a point though
    no need for rage in here
    there is a place to go to be mad
    its a sin to treat your body bad.
    he’s right yunno
    its negative
    and yu cant fool urself into positivity
    its big bullshit to think its okay
    dont eat me….
    I might break yor heart…

  57. avatar
    Anonymous | 12 August 2006 at 8:56 am #

    But not eating meat obviously makes you very aggro 🙂

  58. avatar
    eyes wideopen | 12 August 2006 at 9:15 am #

    “Fuck all impotent meat eaters”

    ya kinda lost me there jaime r

  59. avatar
    imber | 12 August 2006 at 9:26 am #

    what the fuck anon 6:56? get it together…sunshine!!!

  60. avatar
    mtv | 12 August 2006 at 9:40 am #

    Dear carnivore,

    Do your research Einstein!

  61. avatar
    sue cee | 12 August 2006 at 10:28 am #

    Podcast interview with SK and j’s indie/rock mayhem – 9th august 2006

    Thanks windsurfer

    Cameras for eyes – Inn Season Café – missed that one!

  62. avatar
    calling down baal and zeus | 12 August 2006 at 10:58 am #

    this belongs in the tomorrow so ill come back later today ,..i cant wipe the smile offa my face ,..dont wont to ,…..

  63. avatar
    Anonymous | 12 August 2006 at 1:10 pm #

    aussie wines are certainly not the best. they have a hard time showcasing any kind of terroir at all. place-less wines made for mass consumption. but i do like
    margaret river valley and some mornington peninsula wines.


  64. avatar
    Renee | 12 August 2006 at 1:29 pm #

    I know it gets tiresome dealing with superficial people, so few are really genuine, many just pretending to be something their not, hoping to be liked.
    It’s hard to step out and be true to ones self, to not follow the herd

    Your swimmin around in the deep end, Steve
    most are just wading around in the shallow end,
    afraid to face
    or discover what lurks there in the depths,
    afraid when they can’t touch bottom or
    see land
    your out there doin the back stroke, divin with the dolphins
    but we’re swimmin with you Steve
    like a school of mer people

    I have no idea where the fuck that came from or what the point was, sorry!

    Oh, and it’s too late, our imaginations have been running away for a long, long time!!!
    that flimsy little sheet won’t protect ya, it’s useless against a woman’s powerful x-ray vision,
    we can see through denim jeans, walls, you name it!


  65. avatar
    biggle boggle | 12 August 2006 at 2:17 pm #

    You f$%$ing t%$ts, it’s HIS blog! Stop posting critical comments when a guy posts HIS views in HIS blog!

    Get your own and espouse the eating of whatever sentient organisms you like!

  66. avatar
    John Garratt | 12 August 2006 at 2:59 pm #

    I really liked “Avacado of Death.” But the last time I read it, I was much, much younger. I remember the guy’s rant in the park, but the meaning must’ve soared over my not-quite teenage head.


  67. avatar
    isolde | 12 August 2006 at 3:00 pm #

    SO MUCH lovely inspiring stuff in this post

    “what do i care for the talk of men
    i seek the heart n the depth of things
    i seek the measure”

    this is why i like you SK, i just hope you got good camouflage

  68. avatar
    secretBeatinMichigan | 12 August 2006 at 3:11 pm #


    So.. I see you and the boys have today off. That was well planned – because tomorrow is the big shoe in Deetroit.

    Spend the day relaxin’. ‘Tis a good ‘un out there mesees – all sunny and not to humidity but warm. Perfect day for some sightseein’ along the way to ol’ Detroit – ah yes!

    Enjoy enjoy and enjoy some more. The corn is around these parts is 8 feets high at least – perfect pickin’ for you Vegan-types!

    A happy day…a blessed day (especially given what is happening today in other parts of this lost world)… a wonderful day to be a secure hippy on The Road… Ah yes…

  69. avatar
    matthew | 12 August 2006 at 3:12 pm #

    take 2 – a great read, essqué! ‘n’ you’re the only other person I’ve encountered that says “drink and be mary” – but then I lead a sheltered and cosseted existence.

  70. avatar
    the saved ones | 12 August 2006 at 5:40 pm #


  71. avatar
    JJ | 12 August 2006 at 6:36 pm #

    Excellent blogge yessaday, SK. Life is indeed strange. NYC is strange to me; couldn’t quite get used to it….people in beehives, the whole thing buzzing constantly, at almost all hours, but I enjoyed the visits. My mind is still buzzing from the Atlanta show, scenes keep returning at all odd moments. Yeah….


  72. avatar
    Anonymous | 12 August 2006 at 7:14 pm #

    you earned that chocolate soy milk!
    beautiful man….

  73. avatar
    BillMill | 12 August 2006 at 7:53 pm #

    Steve (Marty,Peter,Tim and Patty), thanks for a great NYC show and the brief meeting outside IP. I wanted to ask about the rumored Isidore II…never enough time.

    Glad I made the trip from Maine, my 19 hr round hour trip was mild compared to your road stories!

    Enjoyed the intermission film…looking forward to the release!

    I wish the idiots would stay away, “cmon steve” ruined your impromtu song…I wanted more! Don’t let the bastards bring you down! The 10 percenters…must be silenced!

    “yesterday it took the iPod off the shelf…”

    Come back soon…to Boston (or my backyard in Maine).

  74. avatar
    Lorrain | 12 August 2006 at 7:55 pm #

    sounds like a free time being !
    I think escape was for creation’s sake, and faithfulness to the muse.
    wise and peaceful move, so the landing is smooth and controlled.
    Your aura of mystery floats.
    I enjoy your honesty, ever…


  75. avatar
    MEM | 12 August 2006 at 9:30 pm #

    out of my mouth, every sentence is quickly followed by a trail of nonsense:

    the moment, the music, the un-descriptiveness of it all – all my attempts to interact in this world, to perceive, to feel, to know – this is my life – my fate:

    this moment of light and night, of eternal revelation and illusions:

    am the fool or the alchemist? heightening senses and blurring reflexes until each moment of control and expectation is forsaken and every moment is un-distinguishable from the next:

    Am i awake? Am I aware? do i see the world with new eyes? What choices do i make? Why do I make the choices i do?

    I am confronted, in one form or another, by these mysteries at every step of my turn. i break them like bread. i drink them like wine:

    i expect nothing and everything from them, never and always at the same time:

    I must confront myself, everyone and everything i know, believe in or perceive to be.

  76. avatar
    marthalene | 12 August 2006 at 10:02 pm #

    great show at Irving Plaza
    thanks to you and the rest of the band for giving me a mini holiday from my impending nervous breakdown – wheee! –

    btw…as an occasional visitor, i am amazed at how this comments section plays out like its a forum not a personal blog…guess i just dont getit

    Cheers again for the show. great music and a damn good laugh, too! enjoy the rest of the tour and ‘dlike to see ya back round soon

    wes thu hael

  77. avatar
    lorrain | 12 August 2006 at 10:16 pm #

    knowledge has its price as well as an impressario
    knowledge of world gone wrong and innocent killed for instance
    litterary and fond regards

  78. avatar
    John | 12 August 2006 at 10:26 pm #

    DISAPPOINTED to say the least with last night’s show. We fucking paid $30/ea. to listen to what sounded like the Grateful Dead mashed with Los Lobos? Where were the songs? Where was the stellar guitar interplay? I’m sorry you had to listen to the rude prick who kept yelling “Bel Air”, but was that the reason we were punished with a – seriously – flamenco version of “Metropolis”? What in hell were you thinking?

    Sorry if the old songs “bore” you, but most of us who live in suburban America have never gotten to see your band live, despite buying your records (both band and solo) over the past 20 odd years – and I don’t recall ever hearing the fucking harmonica on any of my Church albums…

    The lovely old theater was the perfect place to create some real atmosphere, and you should have blown us away and left us wanting more – instead, half of my crowd actually fell asleep, and the theater was only half full at the end of the show.

    Your band is absurdly talented. Your voice sounded better than ever. The stage banter was entertaining, but that doesn’t make up for the lack of tunes. Rob Dickinson got it right by giving us some old favorites mixed in with new songs. Seriously, would it have killed you to give us a few more gems besides “Under the Milky Way”?

    John | Sellersville, PA

  79. avatar
    Altres | 12 August 2006 at 10:31 pm #

    I hope Merrick doesn’t mind me linking to his page, but everyone should go listen to Meat, by Radio Savage Houndy Beasty.

    Absolute genius.

    Go to the downloads page

    And listen to Meat, it’s the first track.

    Hysterical. 😀


  80. avatar
    danka shane | 12 August 2006 at 11:28 pm #

    “pass the carrots steve,
    no make it peas
    and you’ll be
    fine just this time round
    our hazy ways
    to refridgerate
    this beauty wrapped in bone
    we’d hardly known
    we meant to love you
    chose to glove you
    empty meals of fruit and care
    cappucino over delaware
    we saved the best for last
    must have lost her
    could have loved her more
    if i wasn’t feeling weak
    i should of had some meat
    today. “

    __—beautiful stuff.

    vegetarians should die like the heads of cabbage that they are. we are at the top of the food chain for a reason, but of course a bunch of drugged out hippies will never see that. alcohol is their savior.

    silly humans.

  81. avatar
    snoop bloggy blogg | 12 August 2006 at 11:53 pm #

    You’ve inspired me, Steve. From now on, I will only eat vegetarians.

  82. avatar
    CSTCoach | 13 August 2006 at 1:32 am #

    Hmm, to each his own John, but ya leave me wondering if we were at the same show. The gig I attended in Sellersville blew the fucking roof off the place!

    Will post a review shortly, just got home. It was full on!


  83. avatar
    Anonymous | 13 August 2006 at 2:19 am #

    I guess if you wanted to wear earplugs you wouldn’t have activated the comments section of blogland.

    And what a lovely, unblocked way to counter the chaos of NY metal machinery….fripp out on a dose of eno ambience…and let everything merge with the mind.

    This is a lovely place to visit

    For you, for me, for all

    Thanks NevetSteveN

  84. avatar
    CSTCoach | 13 August 2006 at 4:31 am #

    Just returned home from last night’s gig in Sellersville, PA, and I have to say that I was ready to drive another 6 hours from Ottawa, Canada to see it all over again.

    First off, Rob Dickinson played an energetic opener of rocking guitar and full-on vocals. I picked up his CD Fresh Wine for the Horses on the recommendation of some folks on here, and played it several times on the drive home. I wasn’t familiar with his Catherine Wheel stuff, but I aim to become familiar very soon.

    I must admit that, having never seen The Church live despite 20 years of obsessive listening (from the age of 15!) I was a little disappointed to hear they’d be acoustic this time and not full-on electric. I knew I’d enjoy it regardless, but I do want to catch their legendary show in full force.

    Being acoustic I expected something more sedate and introspective, something like Steve’s Acoustic and Intimate CD from KH. I couldn’t have been more wrong. They blew the fucking roof off the joint! I could hardly believe that an acoustic show could rock like that! How many guitar strings did they sacrifice to produce such energy and such force? Throughout the show they kept telling the soundman to crank it up. By the end it seemed that the building was held up by solid walls of sound. The magic was palpable – you could reach out and grab handfuls.

    The venue was a wonderful old theatre. It was big enough to contain a crowd, yet narrow enough to feel intimate. Of course, row 3 seating added to that ;-). The downside of the setting was that the theatre seating made one feel like a spectator rather than a participant, which I think accounted for the somewhat sedateness of the crowd during the first half of the show. However, the upside was that there were no talkers, at least in my section (and so I didn’t have to follow through on my promise to choke anyone out). The audience was quiet but attentive, hanging off the edges of their seats – the repeated standing ovations at the end and after the two encores said it all.

    The set list was the same as that posted for other shows on this tour. They came out strong and built the atmosphere with Block, and then a beautiful rendition of All I Know that had my girlfriend quietly wiping the tears from her eyes (she wasn’t really a Church fan despite repeated forced listenings – until last night. Now she finally understands what I’m always on about). Next, Marty shredded up such a storm in the middle bit of Grind that the deafening applause stopped the show. The band even thought the song was over until Peter reminded them to play the second half.

    That would have been the grand finale for most bands, but these guys were just getting started! I’m still amazed at how they built and built the energy long past the point of what I thought was possibility. It just kept going, shredding louder and faster, reaching deeper and deeper, to that point of absolute transcendence and beyond. The two encores went nova, really.

    It would be too much to give a play by play – Peter’s beautiful piano and vocals on A New Season, the intelligent, witty banter between songs, the instrument swapping (these guys are ridiculously talented)… and I was very pleased to hear Marty and Steve sing Two Places at Once, one of my favourite Church songs. These guys played for 2 ½ nonstop hours. I don’t know where they get the energy! When he came out for the second encore Steve looked out to the crowd and asked if it was okay to play one more. He was talking to the theatre manager. They played right up until they closed the joint.

    There were so many great songs, so many amazing moments. I was particularly impressed with how they cranked up Invisible in the encore. It’s such a quiet song, but they rocked it up and shredded it! It was amazing.

    After the show I noticed a few hardcore Churchies hanging around by the stage. I leaned on a wall until the guys came out to sign stuff. Steve was gracious and friendly, signing loads of stuff though he looked tired as hell (who wouldn’t be after a performance like that!!). I bumped into one fellow from the blog and his lady (I’m sorry, I didn’t catch your login name, but heard you were a regular) who were getting some old vinyl covers signed, so the fiends were well represented in Sellersville.

    My girlfriend and I really enjoyed chatting with Peter about Japan and music and things historical/anthropological. And the highlight of the night was of course a conversation with Steve, a man whose work I admire and respect. He was gracious enough to pose for pictures with Tomoko and I (druid, I’ll work on that expedition plan and line up a plush one – I can always create a position for “team bard” or something…) I’m not sure if I was making any sense, I hadn’t quite de-tranced, my mind was still in that other place where the music took it. The show really floored me, and it showed. There were so many clever things I wanted to say, so many songs and moments and projects I wanted to mention. I guess it’ll have to wait till next time.

    I envy those headed to the rest of the shows on this tour. Be sure to check out the merch table, and get there early! I picked up a great SK print, the new Noctorum album (great!!), PK’s From The Well, a couple t-shirts, Tin Mine… There’s loads of cool stuff!

    My only critique of the entire show regards the price. $30 per ticket is far too little! You guys should honestly double it. I wouldn’t blink at paying more, even with the gas and hotel and all that thrown in (and my bags of Church merch!). Rob’s one hour set plus 2 ½ nonstop Church is worth far, far more.

    Thanks, guys, for an incredible evening. You transcended, and brought us along with you. It was everything we could have possibly asked for, and more.

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    syrinx | 13 August 2006 at 7:02 am #

    I have no moral problems with meat at this particular point. That might change or not. I just noticed that left to my own devices, I gradually ate less and less and less of it when alone, finally down to just fish. Not even that now. I feel cleaner. I feel lighter. I again enjoy other meatless dishes I had put by the wayside, because you can only eat so much at a sitting. It’s all subjective, I suppose. I just know I feel better. And I don’t worry so much about what’s in anything. You pass some really nice steamed seafood dish under my nose, a little lime juice and I might fall from grace. I’m okay with that too. Just get back on the horse, no pun intended. After Maine lobster and Alaskan halibut, I got kinda spoiled. It, too, tasted “clean.” To me. I just am curious on how my phys training will work when I switch out all the high-protein meal plans (they accomodated me and gave me choices that were all from the water) for stuff like soy protein powder and tofu and so forth. I need to check on that. Soon.

    My motto over the past couple of years, when asked, was “veg as I *can* be.” Kinda hard in a house where barbecued ribs, pulled pork, grilled brats, etc. are the favored food. You offend people who spend so much time on perfecting their meat dishes when you decline them. And food, as I say, is criminal to waste. Not in like…stuffing yourself silly. As in the folk who would be happy with the things you waste carelessly as well-fed Americans. At one point my trainer wanted me to eat five times a day and I was annoyed. ANNOYED. Only in the Western world. Smack to the head for that!

    Preach on Mr. K. It will benefit those who wanna try. I notice no hyper-transcendent qualites coming out in me. But it’s enough just to feel less…physically dense. I remember the day when a double-bacon-cheeseburger was satisfying. Then later, after my fix, usually sorry.

    Preach on.

  86. avatar
    Melquiades | 13 August 2006 at 8:26 pm #

    Hello Steve,

    You’re worst than any drug I’ve ever taken. I’m still coming down and its almost two days.

    btw, did you mean that my presence is larger than life or there more of me to love? ha.ha. It was the presence, right? Guess I should have worn vertical stripes. btw, I had some smoke with me that I totally forgot to mention to you when we spoke.

    btw, I just completed a review you all might be interested in reading on the Sellersville show (see below).

    (my user name is ChaoticAmnesia. The title is “Re: It’s All About The Pantaloons”)

    What a great time. A great little venue. In fact, I purposely got lost on the way back the next day and took some of the most gorgeous back roads, listening to my new purchase of the Refo:mation. there really is some beautiful country in PA.

    I was feeling quite melancholy the next day on the way home. It was the last of the shows for me to see.

    I met some really fine people at the show. Baal and Zeus (brief but sweet), the sisters from Scranton (good conversation at the bar and the show. Very sweet), the englishman and his girl-friend (that’s devotion), Pat, the camera maven (keep in touch) & the band. Actually, the first time I talked to PK in a while. A really nice fellow (I thought the piano sounded just fine Peter). Tim (you are an asset to the movement) And, of course you Steve. I really enjoy talking to you. Good luck up North. I know you’ll knock them dead.

  87. avatar
    CeciliaGin | 14 August 2006 at 2:42 pm #

    Ok y’all are getting me very psyched for the San Francisco show!!
    *happy pagan antler dance*

  88. avatar
    Gareth,Notts | 14 August 2006 at 4:22 pm #

    to the preacher:i admire vegetarians,though i do eat meat myself on occasion nowadays,but who the fuck are you to say,meat-eaters are spiritually ignorant? i aint perfect,i’m quite a spiritual person and i wont even harm an insect,but self-righteous,preaching fuckwits i would harm!as i said,i admire veggies,but each to their own.plenty of good people eat meat,i know some nasty vegetarians too!the world aint black and white you drip.take your preachin elsewhere.spiritually ignorant!take a look at yourself.sheeesh!!!

  89. avatar
    Andrzej Liguz | 15 August 2006 at 7:10 pm #

    greetings….a great show…once again got some good pix…nice to see you pre-show, albeit briefly…good 4 tune 4 the rest of yr journey….



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