posted on August 8, 2006 at 2:34 pm

where are you nevets?
im deep in a dream, muse
im asleep at the bottom of a black chasm
im so far away…
wake up nevets its time you were about
(a phone rings)
from a million light years
my consciousness rises
up n up nup nup
ascending thru my hopes n fears
my past lives
my secret ambitions
up n up nup i go
rising up to myself
my hand goes out
picks up the phone
“steve, hello….”
am i steve?
where am i?
i was so far away
somewhere in a world of pure idea
somewhere out there so far
somewhere in here so deep
“steve its roger kaputnik from the miliapolis bugle…”
auto pilot switches on
oh hi roger…
an interview follows
under the milky way this
under the milky way that
ahh got the wrong room
under the milky way is in room 1313
rogers got it all confused
he must think its 1986
he must be thinking of the outfield n frankie goes to hollywood
n thompson twins n all the other detritus from those times
did i have to be pulled from my black place
to reminisce about this olde albatross…?
we finish our conversation
roger aint a badde guy
i end up likin’ him
i hang up my bone white phone
i sit up n look around
im in a hot room
in a king size bed
i could sleep in it sideways n still have enuff room
we need one o these at home
we could get everyone in this bed
the doodles, the bumper, the twillies, me n duckling, the lot
the a.c. is switched off
its either ice station zebra
or tropical humidity
and i prefer the latter
i hate freezing a.c.
look around the room nevets, what do ya see
i see my ipod sittin’ in its lil charger
i see my lapptopp
i see my suitcase, an explosion of unwashed clothes
n gifts n bits n pieces
i see the tv set i will never switch on
i open the curtains
outside my room is an empty indoor swimming pool
nevets HATES indoor swimming pools
beyond that a riot of green trees
im in the south
im in ….(thinks hard)
im in…durham, north carolina
nothing would be finer than to be in carolina……
(at bully high we changed the lyrics to sixty niner)
in the mor-or-orning…..
wow im in carolina in the morning
well i think that maybe there are finer things…
so far
long drive from atlanta
we laugh n argue n listen to music in the vans
i watch the movie shriek by jeffy vandermeer
which features
*my voice
*my artwork
* our music
and queen hashy-putt
you gonna wanna see this moovie
cos its got yer painting in there
in a virtual art gallery
hangin on the wall as fine as ya please
shriek….its a about fifteen minutes long
its weird…ya gonna love it
ya gonna buy 2 copies
anyhow tonite we roll on to
norfolk virginia
virginia where mah sweet wife natalie grew up
(relive yer childhood down in virginia, duckling)
virginia where johnny fogerty went seekin’ shelter from the storm
scarlet virginia kilbey aka baby bumper bumback
whos probably forgotten her ole daddy by now
virginny, where the whole damn thing started
i love virginia
i cant help it
its fuckin’ beautiful
its in my blood
sweet virginia
meet virginia
virgin for short, but not for long
well we wont forget atlanta so soon
still feeling energised by that great night
despite all the starbux n subways we stopped at
(sk has veggie patty…it aint too badde…at least i aint got sick yet)
we last nite pull into this weird hotel
we all have a jap dinner
(sks has agi dashi dofu n tofu hibachi + 4 cold sakes)
we come back to hotel
retire to mr dickinsons room
i introduce him each night as roberto dickensian
hes comin on an playin more n more with us
lassa nite he wants to do some harmony rehearsals
on invisible
robby baby olde nevets is too “tired n emotional” for that
we sit around smokin n laughin and tellin’ stories about “the day”
i really really like this character
hes a real handsome english lothario
a ladies man, a heartbreaker
a basil rathbone for the 21st century
im so glad he came on this tour
an instant rapport
heatherspace you were right
him n us are a good combo
if you aint heard his record fresh wine for the horses..
watcha waiting for
its been on high rotation in my poddy for ages
pick one up at the show

now lets see
some real highlights left
new york of course
chicago…always good town fer us
san fran..they like their choich there too
dunno how norfolks gonna bee
deetroit….yeah its usually ok there
sellersville pa…????????????????
where the hell is that?
im listnin to equatorial stars by frippy n eno
sks music of choice to tap blogg to
and people
my people
my wayward flock
my fiendss n fanss n friendss n assorted knuckleheads
WE ARE AT 17!!!!!
17 with a fuckin bullett
sweet seventeen
heaven seventeen
cmon people, we’re making it now….
ha ha
we are indeed moving up the chart
displacin’ the non entities hoggin the highway
my destiny is to be number one
i will sweep away the metrosexuals
the naked gay boy (not game to read his blogg)
the sexually impulsive girl
(we used ta call that loose morals back in the 1950s sweetie)
the bottom smacked bimbo
(but i DO like the pictures)
those bloody foreigners n their incomprehensible words
the boring olde other ones
im gonna get there
i think i can
i think i can
i think i can
cmon fiendss
get yer friends on my blogg
make up those numbers
stack the party with my followers
summon the faithful
olde sks going straight to numero uno
im gonna rool bloggtown
im gonna legalise bad spelling n self aggrandisement
im gonna wear a crown of words
and rule from a throne of ether
i am the blogg king
i can do anything
if you have jazz or vegan delites for olde sk
jus’ tell em at the merch desk
theyll putcha durectly in touch
remember fiends
im countin on ya
number one
we can do it
im gonna do mah yoga n chi routine now
im gonna have ta turn on ac tho
its hotter than hell in this room now
i love ya
ya big dummies

71 Responses to “in transit”

  1. avatar
    buzby | 8 August 2006 at 3:40 pm #

    sorry to use your bloggey as a tix forum, but does anyone have any extra tix to thurs nyc show? i couldn’t seem to get the ticketmaster to work for me. bleh.

  2. avatar
    baby | 8 August 2006 at 3:41 pm #

    do you remember emily?

    I’m nobody! Who are you?
    Are you nobody, too?
    Then there’s a pair of us β€” don’t tell!
    They’d banish us, you know.

    How dreary to be somebody!
    How public, like a frog
    To tell your name the livelong day
    To an admiring bog!

    or to those admiring blogs, as it were

  3. avatar
    Anonymous | 8 August 2006 at 3:48 pm #

    Sellersville is gonna rock, Steve-o! Lots of love. Don’t sweat it!

  4. avatar
    Anonymous | 8 August 2006 at 3:59 pm #

    Still buzzing from Atlanta on my end, too, Mr. K. Drove down from South Carolina to see the show and it was magical — “Pure Chance” was ambience itself, “Two Places” was beautiful, and “Day 5” was . . . sublime. A woman beside me down front kept poking me in the shoulder and saying “This is brilliant, you know,” which I mention not because I didn’t know, but because that was the vibe in the place.

    Thanks especially for “Grind”: whether it be the Elizabethan version, the Tudor generally, or the Stuart or Plantagenet.

    Glad to hear you telling folks not to miss Rob D. He left everything on the stage in Atlanta — and judging from the rush at the merch table, which included me, the folks appreciated it immensely.

  5. avatar
    Anonymous | 8 August 2006 at 4:00 pm #

    “cmon people, we’re making it now….” OMG! Did you really quote Richard Ashcroft? What happened to that guy? If a coincidence, pardons then… But a swift dive into mediocrity he did make.

  6. avatar
    Anonymous | 8 August 2006 at 4:13 pm #

    You MUST blogg for us the sk and nk love story one day!

    Can’t wait to see you in Cinci! Been waiting 18 years for the chance!


  7. avatar
    Anonymous | 8 August 2006 at 4:37 pm #

    it’d be fun
    to hear you put
    this bit to music sk

    “im gonna rool bloggtown
    im gonna legalise bad spelling n self aggrandisement
    im gonna wear a crown of words
    and rule from a throne of ether
    i am the blogg king”

    hee hee
    maybe you’ll be
    singing it
    in the shower


  8. avatar
    CeciliaGin | 8 August 2006 at 5:05 pm #

    We love you too, you big dork!

  9. avatar
    Anonymous | 8 August 2006 at 5:07 pm #

    Hey Steve,

    If you’re missing your regular pool why not virtually revisit it by visitng

    I’m pretty sure I spied the pool at the south end of Bondi Beach.

    Make sure to check out the satellite view. You’ll probably recognize your home.

    Looing forward to the S.F. show.

    – Matt

  10. avatar
    Jesuskrishna | 8 August 2006 at 5:09 pm #

    Room 1313 is a magical place
    been there and back again so many times now
    the outside is coming in
    yeah it is
    what can you do?
    it happens

  11. avatar
    stealthblue | 8 August 2006 at 5:32 pm #

    Kilbo-King of the Churchites, πŸ™‚
    Good to feel yon posivibe. Wow, I thought that The Church and Rob D. were old mates or something. It just fits for some reason. Glad you guys are getting on so well and havin’ fun. That is what it’s all about, baby, right?
    Cheers to you and the others. Ride well, amigos.

  12. avatar
    veleska1970 | 8 August 2006 at 5:39 pm #

    thanks for mentioning rob. i really enjoyed his set during your concert. of course, i loved him in the catherine wheel, too. πŸ˜€

    don’t worry~~we’ll getcha up to #1. because we know you’re the best!!

    love ya too……

  13. avatar
    no parrot | 8 August 2006 at 5:53 pm #

    Why is this “numero uno” so important for you??????
    Why do you pretend you don’t want it in music anymore?? Is it because it is very very very far from reality???
    Seriously, people, I like the blog but this hysteria to get to number one is apparently very incoherent to me.
    Can’t dig this (burred?) crusade you’re in.

  14. avatar
    fantasticandy | 8 August 2006 at 6:17 pm #

    no.16 now!you bloody big blogstar!

  15. avatar
    CAPTAIN BEYOND | 8 August 2006 at 6:32 pm #

    cos you’re my “number 1”, i’m like the dog to get you…me am the nevdog…
    the nev man dog

  16. avatar
    John Garratt | 8 August 2006 at 6:39 pm #

    “and people
    my people
    my wayward flock
    my fiendss n fanss n friendss n assorted knuckleheads”

    I’ll take the assorted knucklehead thing as a compliment. AND the line about the dummies.


  17. avatar
    steven koontz | 8 August 2006 at 6:52 pm #

    sellersville is just outside philadelphia…old style theater with wonder acoustics and big stage!! sophisticated crowd there, so no arseholes talking through-out should be the rule!!
    see ya front row center.,.. classy venue that should awe you and please you and the band… look forward to a great show! see ya then, from one STEVE K. TO ANOTHER!

  18. avatar
    Anonymous | 8 August 2006 at 7:02 pm #

    Can’t wait to see you in SF, SK. It will be my wife and I’s first Church show! We have been fans only since Forget Yourself, but now we are certifiably great fans of your music!

  19. avatar
    restaurant mark | 8 August 2006 at 7:25 pm #

    hey steve,
    still feeling energized by the atlanta night myself. i think you should legalise bad spelling and self aggrandisement. sounds fun…and just what words would be in that crown??? take care. wish i was in virginia tonight…not that i’m in a bad place. but to have your music swimming around me again would be a gift…

  20. avatar
    Queen Hatshepsut | 8 August 2006 at 7:25 pm #

    Yes I *must* see Shriek – *my* painting but YOUR masterpiece kind sir! Pollock, Rothko, Albers – ah you put all those ABstract EXpressionists to shame with your painterly genius! Did you know I sold LOTS of Ante-Diluvian cards? People LOVE that work. Too bad they don’t have it! : P

    Indoor swimming pools are WRONG in every way, shape and form. Despise them.
    Carry on.

  21. avatar
    CSTCoach | 8 August 2006 at 7:40 pm #

    checkin in on the ole blog from the lovely Turks and Caicos islands…

    sellersville is gonna rock, druid! will be watching from 3rd row centre (why not the front!!!???!!!), driving down there the day after leaving these paradise isles…

    safe travels!


  22. avatar
    Anonymous | 8 August 2006 at 7:56 pm #

    …and two references to the new Noctorum record, Offer the Light, nice one Esteban.

  23. avatar
    Anonymous | 8 August 2006 at 8:21 pm #


    It’s a case of faulty larceny, accidental thievery, mindless pillage and plunder, stole it right out from under you. The memesis print so cordially given had a mate. 24/50 had a 25/50 or viceversavice. I didn’t know, they were together doin stuff in the same sleeve,steve.Didn’t mean to be trixie.Return advice?Dena and Richard,Ashevegas

  24. avatar
    Anonymous | 8 August 2006 at 8:22 pm #

    you guys end up staying 7 miles from the Cat’s Cradle in Chapel Hill on a off night? Woulda beena gooda show there. Oh well. Maybe next tour.

  25. avatar
    syrinx | 8 August 2006 at 8:24 pm #

    So glad Atlanta treated you well and gave you fresh new days. North Carolina is beautiful. It holds strange magic…weird things went on in green woods when I lived there. And up on high hills where you can see mountains for miles, I’d take books and (yes) a Mason jar full of iced-tea! My secret place is a subdivision now.

    You make me want to see Virginia. Never been to Virginia. Must Google and consult books on Virginia. Virginia? My late grandmother’s name. Loved that name.

    It’s been said, but while your rants are great (they get a certain rise, don’t they? and what would be the point without the counterpoint?), it’s just reflex to be happier for someone who is in the middle of being happy themselves. Happy you guys are currently happy. I secretly wonder what will piss you off next.

  26. avatar
    syrinx | 8 August 2006 at 8:36 pm #

    Ooh. I just Googled something else. Shake tail like dragon to get rid of anger? I’d need video help on that one.

  27. avatar
    John Garratt | 8 August 2006 at 8:43 pm #

    “sellersville pa…????????????????
    where the hell is that?”

    I don’t know, but if the Church can draw a crowd there, there’s no reason to think you can’t draw a crowd in Columbus, Ohio.


  28. avatar
    Samosanx | 8 August 2006 at 9:56 pm #

    You know the atlanta missive reminded me of Italo Calvino….Beautiful Cities……

    and Atlanta is where GW recorded Horsebreaker Star

    ps. what bad spelling?

  29. avatar
    RONIN | 8 August 2006 at 10:46 pm #

    im in…durham, north carolina
    nothing would be finer than to be in carolina……

    Ah, too bad you weren’t playing here, laddie! We got 4 major universities in the area and lots of bohemian types who would love to attend a Churchy show. Hell, I could probably round up at least 20 bohos just by my lonesome…

  30. avatar
    Anonymous | 8 August 2006 at 10:46 pm #

    Hey hope this post pushes you further up the tree.
    The Blg rocks man!!! Love it πŸ™‚

    A Knucklehead

  31. avatar
    heatherspace(d) | 8 August 2006 at 10:50 pm #

    heatherspace you were right

    Man, I love it when that happens. πŸ™‚

    I WILL NOT BE DENIED ROB HARMONIES ON “INVISIBLE”, MR. KILBEY. Let ‘im sing for at least 12 seconds – that’s what we timed Marty’s “Oceans” guitar solo at. Seems fair, yeah?

  32. avatar
    calling down baal and zeus | 8 August 2006 at 11:04 pm #

    sellersville ya say…well its kind of in the middle ,.. out there, when we was there scoutin it out the other

    day as i said small town ,,…i saw an old barber shop and a day spa cross the street from the old bar in front of the theatre small town ..half a town …but ,…i think a nicey nice venue nontheless..there are trees,.. and a park wit a small ..really small waterfall ,..cozy enough theatre

    also looks like a fine place to jazz it up take a small walk,..there was a veggie wrap on the menu at the bar and a super nice waitress

    this block of brick buildings definitly has an unmistakable old pa feel,.. the closest seating left was row o ,..not too too bad

    its quiet{at least on a monday afternoon }its green ,..the old man washing off steps at the saloon was smiling

    definitly a one horse town but it almost seems as if it shifted a rift somewhere and the whole place appeared just for all of us to enjoy on friday ,….i think ill head back on saturday and see if place is still there…

  33. avatar
    calling down baal and zeus | 8 August 2006 at 11:09 pm #

    sellersville ,..merging in this strange alliance,..

  34. avatar
    Demeter | 8 August 2006 at 11:10 pm #

    I have always been fond of Thomas Jefferson, a true Virginian. Sorry about his slave girl problems, but hey, his wife was dead, and the woman his beloved’s half-sister. Selling off his children sounds bunk to me.

    “I have sworn upon the altar of God, eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man.” –Thomas Jefferson*

  35. avatar
    Demeter Again | 8 August 2006 at 11:11 pm #

    So, Virginians, what was Thomas Jefferson? Out here in the golden west, it is all just a blur.

  36. avatar
    Anonymous | 8 August 2006 at 11:25 pm #

    Tofu Eater, it’s good to hear yer spirits are a liftin’. enjoy yer trip thru Virginny,…there’s lotsa olde ghosts there (lurkin’ in the mountaines and the civil war graveyards and the remnants of the early settlers). I even hear the trees can speak in ‘Ginny (he Ented). Soak us up a few stories (whilst ye visit) and grace yer humble phans with some appropriatly haunting lyrical tuneage OR harmonious melodious wordbaths at sum point(s) in the future. Peas on earth and good whim toward all. Ta!

  37. avatar
    Anonymous | 8 August 2006 at 11:26 pm #


    I know you’re haunted by “Under the Milky This” and “Under the Milky That”; but ya gotta remember…it’s a damn fine tune.

    Mr Amps of Ostia
    Somewhere in the Aether

  38. avatar
    Zimparumpazoo | 8 August 2006 at 11:41 pm #

    All is good. Get to see The Church tomorrow in Falls Church, VA.


  39. avatar
    Anonymous | 8 August 2006 at 11:58 pm #

    Pictures! Maybe pictures will move you up!

  40. avatar
    manfred | 9 August 2006 at 12:03 am #

    i like co-incidences
    been working for more than six years now on a track called
    and reworked the lyrics just two weeks ago – again
    and still i feel they’re not finished yet
    well, obviously they aren’t…
    but the lyrics for “17” are finished since june
    hope they’re not prophetic
    “how I wish I could go back to seventeen”
    but who’d want to if he was on #1
    and please
    don’t be too tired n emotional
    i’d like to hear rob d on tin mine #2
    i’d like co-laborations

  41. avatar
    Anonymous | 9 August 2006 at 12:27 am #

    Sounds like you’re on the good bit of the tour in the middle somewhere between the enormity of it all being over, some gud gigs to look forward to, over half way there , over that hill for the over the hillers. Lets hope you have a fond sadness by the time you get to Frisco.
    Not being that interested in computers , how do you get to the bottom smacking blog?
    I read City of Saints & Madmen by Jeff Vandermeer but it was too fucking something for me.
    Maybe George will come to Falls Church.

    Dutch Pierre

  42. avatar
    Anonymous | 9 August 2006 at 12:46 am #

    By The Way,
    In my humble opinion I thought the article on youse guys in the Broward-Palm Beach New Times by Alan Goldberg was the most complete , honest , frank but positive article I ‘ve read.
    A difficult thing to achieve in not so many words.
    You should ask him to be your publicist.
    Was he a nice guy?
    Dutch Pierre

  43. avatar
    fergal | 9 August 2006 at 1:02 am #

    space rock the north-east
    space rock the mid-west
    space rock the bay city

  44. avatar
    Anonymous | 9 August 2006 at 1:19 am #

    So glad to see things are looking up. Got to admit I am addicted to your Blog. I can’t wait to get home each night to see how things are going. The perspective you give us of your journey through the US is most fascinating. Go Kilbo, #1 one with a bullet. King of the blog

  45. avatar
    abtom0104 | 9 August 2006 at 1:36 am #


    Yet another very entertaining entry. Good to see your spirits higher than they were the other day. Hope this little entry contributes to your desire for numero uno in blogg city.


  46. avatar
    Sockfacepuppetmunch | 9 August 2006 at 1:53 am #

    Well It seems as if you’ve got Carolina on yr mind… Love that song….Hey glad ya mentioned the Queenie, as she really does have an awesome head on her, and she really is a great supporter of the Sk.”HOW DO I GET A MENTION?? Spose I will just have to jack up the NZ gig in the forest and make you guys a few buc’s for the troubles.. However I need a bit a If you all out there would be interested in that sort a gig in Godzown NZ (remember the exchange rate are very fucin favorable for Euro Gizzas and yankee Emereican… Canadians etc…
    LET ME KNOW))))))) and I can talk to the right people!! Yes SK that means you.
    So would ya wanna watch the Chhucr in a beautiful NZforest with Chinese lanterns glowing over yr fav band, with tall pines stretching out to the southern cross..with an emerald lake sitting still glowing like animation just next to ya jazz ciggie smoking new Church buddie……dreaming of wanting to be nowhere else..Hmmmmmmmmmmm

  47. avatar
    Anonymous | 9 August 2006 at 2:06 am #

    Just fuckin’ awesome nevets – great blogge to read first thing in the morning.


  48. avatar
    Anonymous | 9 August 2006 at 2:26 am #

    What a bizarro tour schedule. Who is responsible for this mess? The northwest is bummed out. I would have had plenty of Jazz and vegan delights for you. Hope you come back soon and play some groovier cities.

    diggin the real bloggle action.

    luv, caterpillar jones

  49. avatar
    (('{~_~}')) | 9 August 2006 at 2:51 am #

    Your’e 16 your’e beautiful and your’e mine.

    The Beatles

  50. avatar
    Anonymous | 9 August 2006 at 3:39 am #

    Steve – May all your days be blessed.

    Raining here today in Melby and a tropical 15 degrees.

    Speigeltent where art thou!

    Tell it like it is peaceful (sometimes frustrated)warrior.


  51. avatar
    Melquiades | 9 August 2006 at 3:56 am #

    it’s a metronome
    a cadence
    a pulse in the artery

    A crescendo
    The suspense
    the biting nails (they really can bite on their own)

    I’m reading this blog (And I don’t know why I have the urge to call it a “bloggy” – suggested impressions, I guess. Maybe I’m inpressionable.)

    Your writing has become -journal-wise-honed and loose.

    Love your entries.

  52. avatar
    lizardlizard81 | 9 August 2006 at 4:10 am #

    Don’t call me naive.. don’t scoff… I’m still a newbie as fandom goes — the Church for a couple of years now and dear Rob D. for two whole weeks, but: my secret fantasy is that at the end of the tour, Rob & the Church will decide that had such a good time together that they will mesh into one entity and rise up to destroy all the crappy music ruling the day right now. They will be the uber-band and ascend a throne of all mighty, good rockin’ music righteousness.

    That would be cool…


    I second (or third, was it?) the love story angle. I’d love to hear more about the wife & the family as I know very little about either (my husband *the one who turned me on to The Church* and I didn’t even know you were married now, Mr. K).


  53. avatar
    Anonymous | 9 August 2006 at 4:58 am #

    The good humor man he sees everything like this.

    The daily planet needs your love

    you set the scene



  54. avatar
    bucks burnett | 9 August 2006 at 5:02 am #

    Steve – Fuck #1 – you should be aiming for #14!!! Cause it’s like reaching #1 and they give you a big 4 to go with it as a bonus prize.

    Lov, Snoop Bloggy Blogg

  55. avatar
    Cameras 4 Eyes | 9 August 2006 at 5:32 am #

    Not to dis Davida or Rob D, but can they play the piano forte instead?
    PK spends too much time in the back.
    More PK out front w/ guitar, please

  56. avatar
    bld_in_sb | 9 August 2006 at 5:50 am #

    “virgin for short, but not for long”

    That’s funny.

    You made me laugh – no small feat as you well know.

  57. avatar
    Anonymous | 9 August 2006 at 7:41 am #

    on ya bud!!!

  58. avatar
    thecloudroom | 9 August 2006 at 8:19 am #

    you speak the truth, sir–rob d. is a wonder–as are you–i’m SO depressed to be marooned so many leagues and miles away from your shows… bonne chance, mon vieux… prends soin de toi…

  59. avatar
    museologist | 9 August 2006 at 10:18 am #

    a muse bemuse confuse defuse effuse
    i dunno a quick smoke here perhaps

  60. avatar
    nickfiction | 9 August 2006 at 11:31 am #

    Steve I will provide the sweetest jazz music you ever heard or burned. I will cerainly contact the merch table. I just want that token ” i met steve kilbey foto ” deal? thanks again …… Nick in cleveland

  61. avatar
    Anonymous | 9 August 2006 at 11:57 am #

    So– how do we mere mortals get that “shriek” movieette?? atcher mecrh table? on line???

  62. avatar
    John Garratt | 9 August 2006 at 12:32 pm #

    “if you have jazz or vegan delites for olde sk
    jus’ tell em at the merch desk
    theyll putcha durectly in touch”

    Do you guys like guacamole?


  63. avatar
    finn | 9 August 2006 at 2:47 pm #

    Speaking of Jazz. I got me copy of Beside Yourself in the mail yesterday. That first tune “Jazz” is a real killa. How come ya don’t play that one? I know you don’t take requests, but how about a little – I dunno, “Disappointment”? “Disenchanted”? “Disappear?”

  64. avatar
    secretBeatinMichigan | 9 August 2006 at 3:02 pm #

    SK –

    AH YES! WON-DER-FUL! The band is back to right and all is splendid now – no heap-whammey-headaches and no overwhelmin’-Blue. Excellent. To top it all off “Eat a Peach” too – now that’s sayin’ it brother – one of my Summer2006 CD purchases earlier in the season and, ’tis true, ’tis all All-Right.

    Enjoy Enjoy Enjoy, the travelin’ and the Land and peoples, and bring it all to the MotorCity (we use to be anyway) – and much much Enjoy a-after!

  65. avatar
    Noel Christian | 9 August 2006 at 3:18 pm #

    The American south is a hard place for vegetarians to exist in. Fortunately an Indian gentleman bought my town’s Subway and introduced the veggie patties to the locals (yokels). Knowing that cattle are considered sacrosanct in Hindu culture, I wonder what he thinks of the corpulent lassies working the counter -and the grossly overweight NASCOWs which shuffles through each day (I saw a guy get two meatball subs with DOUBLE meatballs yesterday!).

    Norfolk/Virginia Beach = my birthplace

    Tell my relations hello.

  66. avatar
    jest a friendly time traveler | 9 August 2006 at 4:07 pm #

    What, where is my bloggy t go wid my brekky & ma Kaffe? Nevets! It’s already yesterday!

  67. avatar
    Anonymous | 9 August 2006 at 10:03 pm #

    Atlanta was indeed fine. As fine as any Church show I’ve seen. I’ve been lucky — they’ve all been good. Even the NYC Steveless in… oh god how long ago was it? I lose track.

    We were the happily married (thanks to your music) in the front bunch, dealing with Ebullient Drunken Man Playing Loud Air Guitar With Wahwah Pedal beside us. Me jumping up and down on the very rocking “Easy” and hubbie-the-beefcake with his blue eyes and rapt expression throughout. Thank you for putting that look on his face. He didn’t stand still, but you did make him all so beautiful. I will treasure it.

    If I’d known… If I’d known the merch table was the doorway to your cavern of Ali Baba, no goodies would have been spared in lieu of thanks! Baklava from Adonis, chocolate-covered blueberries from my homeland, homemade vΓ©gΓ©patΓ© from my kitchen (not Martika’s, but…), a compilation of kitchy French musique… One can dream.

    We are the shy.
    We are ones who love you, and your music.
    Your voices are like old friends.
    We want to see you again.

    Please don’t stop. It’s always so, so good.

    Did you feel the love we channelled to you? There’s more where that came from. Just keep coming back. It’ll be there.


    P.S. Atlanta coincided with our anniversary. Can’t think of anything more absolutely appropriate.

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    metal_petal | 10 August 2006 at 10:04 am #

    I just checked out R Dickinson’s website.

    I have a nose fetish and his is just gorgeous!

    I promise I will listen to his music once I get over my nose thing.

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    Anonymous | 10 August 2006 at 12:32 pm #

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