posted on June 25, 2006 at 8:59 pm

good morning you lot
its 7 am on monday morning here
its cold n grey with a little blue showin thru
yessaday i got some stuff in the mail
from some people on here
cst coach wry-un
wow he sends me some magazines he writes for
in which he undertakes gruelling journeys
thru deserts n mountains
and lives to tell the tale and writes about it!
druid, im impressed ok
and thanks for the vid too
im gonna check it out too
you are hereby made duke of all the deserts
(i’ll take the desserts)
in kilbey land
i been walking thru the desert
no it musta been the library..

another thanks to mr wil-o
for sending the far out corporation
which i never heard before
grants record with ian from peefinger
(only listened once but its real good)
arise lord wil-o , all you see before you is now yours
i decree it
and let nunn stand in thy way
mr mem
thanks for this weird book, my brother
hmmmm a book about bachs last days with
freddy the great of russia and its a true story
evening in the palace of reason
now sir mem, lord of the northern wastes
forever a prince among men
and editor of a very weird little mag
(sk occaisional contributor too)
mem, what is that mag called?
how can people on here getta copy?
its gonna be right up yer alleys fiendss
i assure ya
and cheers to yer brother the brainey man
stay off the hard stuff mister!
ok
ok
what more
polinski the iconoclastic one
sent me some rare ambient gear
(our shared passion)
AND
talked me thru how to get mp3s into my eye choons
not once
not twice
but 3 times
without losing temper
or sneering at my complete ineptitude
eg
polinski: now click on the arrow
sk : cant i arrow on the click?
polinski: open that file
sk:what file?
polinski : the one ya just clicked on
sk: my screens gone black, is this normal
polinski: is yer computer turned on..
sk; damn, i was doing it to the karoake machine…
etc etc
much merriment ensues
thanks polinski
now i got bahn bahn bahn of the autobahn
going well with my slightly germanic phase
(oh sk loves germany in summer too
wish i was at picnic with manfred n fandorin n carlo
no snakes, no spiders
just lederhausen)
and finally
a copy of vegan voice
with a note from editor handwritten too!!
now this is quite funny
you see id been doing the interviews in parts
over a long period
and in the beginning of the interview
my answers were short n straight
a little unimaginitive i guess
i wassa in ye olde cafe at that stage…
and i hate typing…
anyway 2/3 rds the way thru
the thing
one day i show up at caf
have smoked a little whippet thin spliff
of p n p s finest
ready to become “olde sk”
when malfunktion on bloggy
no can work
so i roam thru my emails
frustrated….hmmmm? whats this
more questions for vegan voive eh???
so instead of getting curt quick steve kilbey
they now gotta sk on the line
going on about this n that
(how i communicate with animals among other things)
all in blogg speak
the lovely interviewer writes back
love yer answers man
but we gonna have to unversify them
itll take up too much room to print em that way
so there i am a right nutcase blathering on
in free prose about the horrors of meaty things
get the article and spot the point
where i change from one into the other
and fuck
i feel guilty about any cheesey or yoghurty
i had in europa
folks
i wassa fucking hungry….alright!?
you try being a fuckin vegan in espagna
yeah yeah
i know merrick
youd never eat cheesey even if you were droppin’
but the show must go on….doesnt it?
who said it did?
i dunno
but if it took a little thing of yoghurt and some white widow
to get me onstage in bilbao…so be it
otherwise it was a plate of runner beans and broccoli
i need a little more than that
but im back to my veganism now
and should hopefully be able to maintain in u.s.
where you CAN get veg food
specially in cally fornya
wow
we’re hitting some strange places on this tour
florida etc
arizona….in july…who booked this tour???
oh yeah i bet those cool breezes blowin down mainstreet in july
the death valley theatre should be a good gig too
then down to tex arse
better learn texas moon
hope no cowboy gonna blow me away fer mah auntie guns stance
oops sorry no denver folks
seems i forgot to pay for my packet of cashews from the mini bar
and the colourado copps are trackin me down…
no boston…ooops…and just when lord belfrank has moved there…!
i hear gw refused to let us gig in d.c.
damn
i know dick n donald are digging ultc too
nevermind
cleveland ulp!!
they never liked us there even when we were bigg??!!
but an easy drive for ms eeky i guess
new york city
alrighty wow
will i get to meet k the g
will jay dee be there?
will i go downtown and visit my mates in the lockup??
will i get my hands around the neck
of the little prick who went outta bizness without
paying the chruch their royalties
(he knows who he is…and dude….i WILL!!!)
god
nk just tells me its 55 degrees in this kitchen
or 13 in celcius
no wonder mah teeth are a chatterin’ and mah feet are a’freezin’
baby bumper is quite snotty and has been snoring all night
man
we try to pretend winter doesnae exist in sydney
but let me tell ya
ive never been this cold inside in sweden
a pale sun sticks out its bleary head
it couldnt warm up a paper bag
oh oh
must end bloggy now before i freeze over
but im still gonna hit that pool fiendss
and then im gonna hit that sauna
and then im gonna hit mah messy studio
an get some work done
love on ya
fr’ever
sk

53 Responses to “normalized”

  1. avatar
    baby | 25 June 2006 at 10:07 pm #

    try san francisco
    warm but foggy today
    pride flags no parking bmws angrily race around looking for a spot whilst madoc named for a prince and a sailor & deirdre druids door eat taters golden jesus in the telephone nook golden gate park gated off for skaters and kids and twiglets on sundays babies in white go to the marina fishermen can’t catch naything but one crab witch is released to the amusement of all

    here

  2. avatar
    CSTCoach | 25 June 2006 at 10:43 pm #

    SK,

    Wow, duke of the desert. Cool! That’s my kinda place. Glad you liked the mags. The one on the Badlands was influenced by a line in “ghosting” (isidore), it shaped the way I saw the place and conceived the article. If ma book ever gets out you’ll see loads of familiar images I think (and mentions of yon choich)… Was listenin all across Central America. And AENT was the backdrop for the rolling hills of mongolia and for rarefied desolate tibetan heights…

    (ya might enjoy this jungle river bit, from an empty headed column I was persuaded to write http://www.eye.net/eye/issue/issue_06.15.06/city/travel.html )

    hope ya make out okay with the vid. anything i can do oh king of the bloggy realm, feel free to ask. you can always fire me a missive at editor@rmaxinternational.com

    Thanks for the book recommendation for veniss underground. I really fucking enjoyed it!!!!! (sorry mrs k for the foul language.) Gonna look up more of his stuff. couldn’t put it down. What a grasp of language and imagery!

    tangent, but have you ever read Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet? Considered baroque by today’s standards, but I love it. Seamy underside of alexandria, strange cults and mythologies, mediterranean images, romantic in the literary sense. It’s all about time and space. 4 cool books that overlap and underlap… One of my all time favourites.

    Hope to catch the choich in pennsylvania this summmer, if I can reschedule this 200 mile far north hike, air dropped into grizzly territory. workin on it…

    Great blogs lately!! Love seeing neumann back!!

    ryan

  3. avatar
    Queen Hatshepsut | 25 June 2006 at 10:54 pm #

    Steve,
    Some random thoughts..

    1)Pressies – How sweet! Very nice, generous fans, friends, fiends.

    2)Veganism – Something I truly don’t understand and forgive me if this has been addressed before and I missed it. I fully understand the position on NOT eating meat…but what is bad about yogurt, etc? I mean, if the cow has to be milked…and it doesn’t hurt the animal…is it more of a health issue for YOU or the animal? I am serious; I’m a bit confused. Maybe someone on the list here could help me out.

    3)Yeah, that’s one thing California has in spades – vegan food. I suggested some places to Sue for ya in L.A. – but figured you might already know your favourite vegan spots here (in Hell-Ay).

    4)Arizona in the summer. Yikes. You’ll forget that Sydney winter REALLY fast. 115 degrees F – it’s like someone stuck you in an oven. But rememeber Steven, it’s a DRY HEAT, haha. No, seriously…stay hydrated, that’s all I can say. And wear sunscreen!

    5)love, love, love
    denise
    xxoo

  4. avatar
    (('{~_~}')) | 26 June 2006 at 12:14 am #

    While on the subject of gifts, I’d like to thank you Steve for your gift to us. Your blog means so much to so many of us, such a giving gift. It will be sadly missed come November 22.

    Love you

  5. avatar
    Anonymous | 26 June 2006 at 12:24 am #

    Love ya, man! Yeah, you are hitting some weird spots. I’m looking forward to seeing you in Sellersville, PA. It’s about 30 min from where I live, yet I never heard of the place. Strange that Philly proper isn’t on the tour, but the theatre you’ll be playing seems quite charming. I can’t wait. Hope to squeeze in the Irving Plaza show as well…

    All the best,
    Marc
    Philly

    p.s. just saw the video of the interview you did in Hungary. you look great! tan and slim. perhaps a little grumpy with the interviewer, but whatever…that’s par for the course, ain’t it?

  6. avatar
    Brad | 26 June 2006 at 12:27 am #

    Florida Report

    Florida is a mess. How long sice The Church came here? 17, 18 years? Most of the state is a giant real estate traffic jam and Orlando is nothing but a full-time mickey mouse interstate construction zone. But be it known to you mr SK, there are fans like myself who will stop at nothing to make the floor fill for a show, a body at a time, the only way.

    Jacksonville is the biggest small redneck town in the universe, be warned. The ratio of cultured art loving people is down skewed against the overall slick pop country numbers. Nonetheless it will be wonderful to catch these two shows.

    See the Dali museum in Tampa while you’re there, if you can. I know little about Ft Lauderdale except half the sorority girls at UF are from there and go back for spring break.

    Looking forward to it.

    b

  7. avatar
    Anonymous | 26 June 2006 at 12:34 am #

    Would that lil’ prick that ran off with yer royalteez be the
    Lembo-izer that SK wants to demographically spread across the US with a steam roller?

    Paul L
    Auckland

  8. avatar
    fergal | 26 June 2006 at 12:45 am #

    out there the snow queen is kidnappin boys …
    ~

  9. avatar
    Anonymous | 26 June 2006 at 12:53 am #

    sk, thanks for the bloggy.why no north carolina my friend. you have never played the mtns. asheville is vegan paradise. hippie city baby. instead you’re at the hob in n.myrtle beach., the redneck riviera. i’ll bring you some manuka honey.

    richard

  10. avatar
    Anonymous | 26 June 2006 at 12:54 am #

    In case nobody’s got anything better to do, whaddya say we bombard Mike Lembo with a torrent of spam and fake telemarketing. Check it out:
    http://www.mikesmanagement.com/

  11. avatar
    Handyman | 26 June 2006 at 1:10 am #

    You’re lucky its the Colorado cops after you, and not ME!

    Just kidding! Catch you soon.

    Love,

    Duane and Alex

  12. avatar
    lee | 26 June 2006 at 1:30 am #

    i’m not understanding the dairy product guilt and yet no honey guilt? This is not an attempt to wind up mr sk, just confusion. (Wait a minute….i think it might be something to do with the rennet in cheese…?, but yoghurt?)

  13. avatar
    Anonymous | 26 June 2006 at 1:45 am #

    steve I hope your not using one of those terrible windows computers, they fuck up everything …..

  14. avatar
    finn | 26 June 2006 at 2:22 am #

    hey steve, do me a favor and do learn texas moon. one a my fave church songs, and would be a great one to see live. course i’m up here in chicago and have no intention of blowing you away fer yer auntie guns stance.

  15. avatar
    Anonymous | 26 June 2006 at 3:16 am #

    You shoulda had some beef tartaar,
    that woulda got ya goin.

  16. avatar
    Anonymous | 26 June 2006 at 3:20 am #

    Why dont you do a gig in Twin Peaks?

    Dutch Pierre

  17. avatar
    Anonymous | 26 June 2006 at 3:55 am #

    Arizona in July is not necessarily a bad thing – July – August is monsoon season here and the place cools down a few degrees and gets frequent thunderstorms.

    Of course that means it isn’t a dry heat, so when the rain doesn’t come it feels very muggy.

    See you!

  18. avatar
    Anonymous | 26 June 2006 at 3:56 am #

    Looks like New York City is going to have Under the Milky Way played twice.
    The Church and Grant Lee Phillips are both playing on 10 August in NYC. It’d be hard if your a fan of both.

  19. avatar
    Anonymous | 26 June 2006 at 4:04 am #

    Ok, just play texas moon in san diego and nobody gets hurt

    speaking of the above comment…
    i knew grant lee was gonna do milky way. so predictable. rest assured his version is prolly quite nice. as i have not yet had the pleasure.

    steve, I have my question now…
    was it really true that the choich
    was gonna have john paul jones produce GAF and the label nixed it?

    i await your answer with the patience of a saint.

    theglynnisjohns

    p.s. get yerself a space heater.

  20. avatar
    lee | 26 June 2006 at 4:31 am #

    …maybe gelatine in the yoghurt as thickener….

  21. avatar
    John Garratt | 26 June 2006 at 4:36 am #

    Cleveland? No, you’re playing Cincinnati. You are, aren’t you? If not, I really need to re-arrange my plans.

    John

  22. avatar
    daydreamer | 26 June 2006 at 5:19 am #

    Geez I step away for five minutes and miss three blogs! How did that happen?!!?

    My take on veganism is its an ethical issue whenever animals are mistreated. Factory farming not only abuses the animals, but produces unhealthy products. This day and age tho, its not as difficult to find humanely produced, organic dairy and eggs.

    Steve I totally relate to you freezing in the kitchen, typing away! Winter finds me in a similar situation, right down to the herbal tea w/honey. It sounds like your seasons are very similar to ours here in Central California, tho flip-flopped.

    love,
    Sandy

  23. avatar
    eek | 26 June 2006 at 5:40 am #

    Cincinnati and Cleveland, John. And Indy too! Woohoo!! Ms eekie did indeed do the happy dance (I have to admit it wasn’t pretty though) when she saw those dates. I’m such a happy camper. More money to spend at the merch table!

    Awww…I don’t think you seemed like a raving lunatic in that interview, Steve, but I can pretty much tell where you moved into blogger mode! I couldn’t help but laugh at this bit when asked if most of your friends were vegetarians or vegans: “Of course, they would be very cautious about telling me if they were eating meat. I can unleash quite a diatribe.” Uh, yeah. That’s an understatement, dear! Very interesting read.

    Sorry you’re freezing your rear off. I agree with whoever suggested a space heater. those can be worth their weight in gold on cold days! Hope the baby bouncer feels better soon too.

    As for the whys of veganism (I’m not vegan, but I have checked it out), some people get into it for health reasons, but many (maybe most) because of concerns about the manner in which milk and eggs are produced. Much of it is produced in factory farms where efficiency and quantity of production is paramount to most of these operators (hard to call them what most of us would consider farmers — although there are farmers around who do raise their animals in more humane conditions).

    And when all those hens and all those dairy cows no longer produce enough eggs or milk, they don’t get put out to pasture, they get sent off to the slaughterhouse. Even the free-range/organically raised ones.

    Here’s the web addy (You’ll have to copy and paste. I can’t do a live link on these comments for the life of me!) of a article with more info.

    http://jivdaya.org/What%20Wrong%20with%20Dairy%20&%20Eggs.htm

    It is written by someone promoting veganism — I’m sure if you read an article by an egg or dairy producer it would have a different feel.

    As for honey — in what I have read, many vegans do not eat honey, but many do. Again, much of the objection to it has to do with the methods used in the production, especially in the more mass produced varieties.

  24. avatar
    MEM | 26 June 2006 at 5:40 am #

    thanks for the worthy mention sk… leaves you on the seat ov your powered wig. the zine is [was] called INTACCC, the ficticious and audacious… a parody of everything right and normal and nothing et all, truth and illussion… you name it…

    e-mail my blogget,
    happy to facilitate my ridiculousneness
    to any users, givers
    or takers…

    just don’t be a looser, bro…

    MEM

  25. avatar
    eek | 26 June 2006 at 6:08 am #

    Since I’m in a really chatty mood tonight….

    “and fuck
    i feel guilty about any cheesey or yoghurty
    i had in europa
    folks
    i wassa fucking hungry….alright!?
    you try being a fuckin vegan in espagna”

    Steve, take a bit of your own advice from a few days ago:

    “be kind to yerself
    go easy on yerself”

    Don’t feel guilty, you did fine. 🙂

  26. avatar
    Anonymous | 26 June 2006 at 7:03 am #

    Sounds like everyone’s got a gig to go to except me!!:( I’m SO jealous, but happy for the U.S. people that haven’t seen the Church live for years. Remember seeing me in NYC sk? They were great gigs of course, eventhough you were M.I.A. for one…hee hee.

    Take care and love always,
    AManda P

  27. avatar
    Fandorin | 26 June 2006 at 8:08 am #

    Dann nichts wie marsch marsch nach Deutschland. Play Tschörtsch Konzert!! Or play Solo Konzert!! I vil putt on ze feinsten Lederhosen availebble. I vil brink ze finest veggeterien Bier. I vil mäke shur zer’s nott ze littelest little bitt of pigg in ze pigg nigg. I vil invite a Bewarien bräss bänd viz extra Lederhosen and ze funny hats viz the beards from ze goatz. I vil grow a mustäsch and ze brässbänt vil pläy “Hotel Womp” in a martchink bent verzhen!! Or vil it be “Fräulein”. Dzhörmeni. E taym tu mäik frendz!!

    Viz laff ent rigartz

    van Dorn

  28. avatar
    daydreamer | 26 June 2006 at 8:09 am #

    “And when all those hens and all those dairy cows no longer produce enough eggs or milk, they don’t get put out to pasture, they get sent off to the slaughterhouse. Even the free-range/organically raised ones.”

    That depends on who’s raising them, Holly. Look for small farms in or near your local area. That’s who we should be supporting anyway. That goes for your produce as well.

    There are not many food choices out there that are entirely guilt free (economics, ethics, exploitation, etc) In the end, its just a matter of where we as individuals choose to draw the line.

    Sandy

  29. avatar
    eek | 26 June 2006 at 9:38 am #

    Sandy, I come from a farming community. Grew up on a farm (grain and hay though), and know many farmers. Smallish family farms, but many in the area make their living from farming. Many of the people are very nice, no doubt about that. The animals do get treated better — cows, pigs, and sheep get out to pasture, the chickens get more space (although most are still confined in relatively small areas). But the animals are commodities, and they are treated as such. And many of the small farmers still use whatever antibiotics and growth hormones they are allowed to make their animals grow faster.

    However, despite the better living conditions all of these animals still get sent to the feed lots and slaughterhouses when they are large enough (for the ones raised for meat) or can no longer produce enough milk to be profitable. And there they all face the same horrors. The chickens in small operations might avoid the slaughterhouse, but by getting their heads lopped off at home. I’ve never met a farmer — and having lived in a farming community for 41 years I’ve met a lot of them — who has “retired” farm animals.

    But you are correct — it comes down to what each individual is willing to accept.

  30. avatar
    Petrovich | 26 June 2006 at 12:03 pm #

    a beautiful vision:

    a forest with hundreds and thousands of retired chicken, piggies, cows and stuff. this image will stay with me forever.

    headoffchopping will be done by the lynxies then..

  31. avatar
    sue cee | 26 June 2006 at 12:54 pm #

    “Many of the people are very nice, no doubt about that”

    How patronising that sounds!

    For fucksakes, I live on a farm and grow produce etc… seems we cant do anything right.

  32. avatar
    starfish | 26 June 2006 at 3:28 pm #

    SK said:
    “cleveland ulp!!
    they never liked us there even when we were bigg??!!”

    ‘ello Cleveland!!! ‘ello Cleveland!!! We hate you ’cause you won’t bloody play fucking Stonehenge. Play Stonehenge and all the celtic classics from your seminal lp. Tis a magic place where the moon doth rise.

    Seriously though, I personally know 4 of us from Cleveland who frequent your blog. You say there are 700 something people on here. It’s probably double and triple counting repeat visits, so you probably have maybe 200-300 on here frequently. Four on your bloggie from Cleveland (maybe more) ain’t that bad. Three of the four have seen multiple cities (3-5) on the last 4 tours. So you have quality fans here I assure you. We may also have the most envied Church & solo/related completest vinyl and cd collections. (I’m not kidding here fiends. Imagine multiple copies of all the rare 7″ 10″ and 12″ vinyl and CD’s. Plus poster collections fit to open a whole Church wing in the Rockhall. Step aside Yoko. If we could ever get a real rock museum for the real greats of music…

    That being said, I’m planning a relocation to Austin to join other family ex-Clevelanders, so seeing the Church one last time in Cleveland will be nice. Cleveland is not a great place but I will savor all those memories of youth impressioned with the soundtrack of the best guitar band of the last 25 years. I cannot think of a band I’d rather have fill those memories than the Church.

  33. avatar
    CeciliaGin | 26 June 2006 at 3:31 pm #

    we try to pretend winter doesnae exist in sydney
    but let me tell ya
    ive never been this cold inside in sweden

    Tratamos de fingir que en Sydney el invierno no existe
    pero dejame contarte
    En Suecia nunca he tenido tando frio estando adentro

  34. avatar
    Chela | 26 June 2006 at 3:33 pm #

    That was lovely Starfish!
    Chela

  35. avatar
    gigi780 | 26 June 2006 at 4:05 pm #

    Oops is right! Now I have to drive down to that s___hole known as NYC!

  36. avatar
    Anonymous | 26 June 2006 at 4:22 pm #

    Hmmmm,

    So strict vegans object to honey because

    “the bees have been mistreated”?

    – Couldn’t resist 🙂

  37. avatar
    Queen Hatshepsut | 26 June 2006 at 5:13 pm #

    Oh heck and darn, I ask one question about yogurt and look what happens! Everyone settle down now!!! I command it!!! 😉 (SK, taking over for uno momento)…

    Holly – thanks for very informative info and the link. Good stuff. What else would I expect from such a kind, sweet animal lover! Also, Steve, listen to Holly and your own advice – be kind to yourself – you couldn’t starve and sing in Spain! 🙂

    Sandy, thanks for your input too…I absolutely think you said it perfectly – depends on where you choose to draw the line with regards to your beliefs about ethical eating, etc.

    And Sue – jeez, what can I say about Sue? Yeah she’s nice for owning a farm – KIDDING! Sue is a goddess among goddesses, someone I’ve ‘known’ via the Church for years – she’s NEVER been anything but exceptionally sweet to me, and I know she would never even harm a cucumber. Much to Steve’s disappointment. 😉

    Cucumbers are yummy. See, we even have to draw the line with our veggies…huh!

    Steven, you always getting us talking about food!
    Hope it’s warmer in your kitchen now – and yes, get a space heater, with an auto shut-off for safety, and watch the baby and the chord and don’t leave it on overnight and I’ll stop being so neurotic now and yes I know you already have a wife AND a mother. ; ) (Space heaters are really great, at least your feet will be warm!)

    Also: Steve, have you had enough of that Kidman thing yet? It’s so nice to know what’s important in the world. Ugh.
    love,
    denise
    xxoo

  38. avatar
    Krissythegroupie | 26 June 2006 at 5:15 pm #

    I sure hope I get to meetcha! I’ll of course be there, front row baby! I can’t wait to hear the new stuff live..I hope youse play Space Needle. For lack of elequence, I am fucking psyched.

  39. avatar
    landru | 26 June 2006 at 5:29 pm #

    SK, Texas isn’t all rednecks and shotguns … If it was, no one would be showing up to see your show. I’ve got my front row seats and promise (sort of) to block you from any bullets a flyin’ … looking forward to hearing you not play your hits (lol) and everyone screaming “Milky Way” “Unguarded Moment” … but, maybe try “Electric Lash” ??? just a thought.

  40. avatar
    CSTCoach | 26 June 2006 at 5:35 pm #

    Steve,

    A small addendum to my comment above. I was thinking about this after I logged off last night and I wanted ya ta know…

    This past month my writing was nominated for a National Magazine Award in Canada (after the usual long years of starving and being totally ignored). On the training front, I was also inducted into the International Martial Arts Hall of Fame for my work with RMAX, the other half of my life’s work. Recognition by groups of my peers, people at the top of what they’re doing, but it never felt very important to me, just part of the marketing game. It was far, far more satisfying to get a simple line of positive feedback from someone whose work I admire tremendously, and who I consider one of my biggest influences. Thanks, man.

    Stay tuned, the best is yet to come…

    ryan

  41. avatar
    Anonymous | 26 June 2006 at 5:45 pm #

    Steve, what on earf is rare ambient gear? I’m a muso and i cant figure it, tho i can guess…(?)

    Best
    C Escherbach

    (we’ll miss you in Kanada)

  42. avatar
    John Garratt | 26 June 2006 at 6:03 pm #

    Eek,
    You’re right. Two of the C-cities in Ohio are getting a visit from the Church. But not the one I reside in…that happens to have a song on “Heyday” about it.

    I just looked at the schedule right now. Don’t know how I missed that. Oh yeah…I’M DUMB.

    John

  43. avatar
    nick dinardo | 26 June 2006 at 6:12 pm #

    I can’t believe you are coming to cincinnati. I’m completely geeked. I was ready to buy tickets in Indy and Cleveland. the theater you’re playing in is a cool converted 1940-50’s movie theater five minutes from my house. If you need some assistance locating vegan / vegetarian food let me know (ndinardo@lascinti.org).

  44. avatar
    timetunnel | 26 June 2006 at 7:24 pm #

    “lederhausen”
    I just imagined a town full of Germans wearing bavarian leather trousers. Whew. Good to be located in a region that’s rather free of leather trousers actually. 🙂

    Cheers from Many Gers
    Jens

  45. avatar
    John Garratt | 26 June 2006 at 7:27 pm #

    Hey Nick D., I’ll be there. Go ahead and tell us about the restaurants.

    John Garratt

  46. avatar
    davem | 26 June 2006 at 8:01 pm #

    Can see the excitement mounting now over in the US. Seems ages ago now since the european tour & I’m JEALOUS!
    It’s wonderful to know that the music you’ve made has touched so many lives in so many countries.
    Truly great to see sentiments like those of Starfish which I totally agree with: “THE best guitar band of the last 25 years…..”
    You’re clearly much loved SK & you deserve that for all that given to us over that same 25 year period.
    Love you more,

    Dave M

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    heatherspace | 26 June 2006 at 8:15 pm #

    ARID-ZONA! HAHAHAHAHA! WE WIN! *dances*

    (Lucky for you I know an excellent vegan restaurant in Tucson – Lovin’ Spoonfuls. Oh yeah.)

    A Church show is all the cool breeze I need this July, thanks. We will welcome you like kings. Hot, sweaty, cheese-less kings.

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    sue cee | 26 June 2006 at 10:13 pm #

    Denise, I wouldnt harm a cucumber because its the one vegetable I cannot stand, yuk … you’re most welcome to visit my farm anyday and meet our retired menagerie where even the humans are nice!

    SK how funny, was gonna ask u if you needed my spare F.O.C. cd, have 2 copies, Blame it on the Beam – what a cool song.

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    eek | 26 June 2006 at 10:28 pm #

    Oh for fuck’s sake Sue, give me a break. I said many of the fucking farmers are NICE!! How is that patronising? HOW? Many are nice, many are VERY NICE. If I hadn’t said that you’d be bitching that I thought all farmers were mean nasty people. Christ. But now I know better. No farmer is nice. Good to know.

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    sue cee | 26 June 2006 at 11:33 pm #

    🙂

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    B Raine | 28 June 2006 at 3:03 pm #

    “cheers to the brainey man stay off the ..ect}}

    u and me both there , hopefully see ya in NY w or w/o the great prince,I’ll have a copy of CS signed for ya!! Did ya get an actual book w the painting on it sk?

    gettin some out your way soon. tis on speedpoets site .
    thanx for the mention
    and the good thoughts

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    Smoke | 23 July 2006 at 2:04 am #

    Drugs are just bad, you should try to use Herbal Alternatives as a temporary replacement to loose the dependance!

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    Guitar Master | 24 July 2006 at 9:33 pm #

    I wish I could blog as good as you, but what I can do is give you a nice Guitar Lesson!


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