posted on May 14, 2013 at 6:07 pm
al go rhythm

al go rhythm

 

ram drive 55

solid dream in enamel creme

go you fiends go you fools

so very very thirsty

we downed our tools

we are rocking in the new world

we have everything we need

star vomit out hit

we get direct feed

we connected up forever

the shot that we deliver

the lovely drum of thunder

the spooky voice  of the wind

clarion call of old old loves

waiting in the hall

yeah you gotta marvel if you dont unravel

that slow pumping minute that whole delicious year

shaking the plates an earth quaked

start to disappear

6 Responses to “vanish in etherdrine”

  1. avatar
    Kohl Ette | 14 May 2013 at 7:34 pm #

    Yep I love marvelling at Marvell and revelling in Ravel and Kilbey you kill me :)Happy yet another ( )day to me… thanks for the music and musings and the way you can make my day.

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    Trevor \|/ | 15 May 2013 at 12:27 pm #

    Hi Steve,

    Just finishing off a paper on Aboriginal Astronomy in completion of my MSc in Astronomy. Hope to get it accepted & published in a refereed journal sometime later this year. Thought you’d like to see what I’ve put in the Acknowledgements section:

    “…Finally, I would like to acknowledge the musical genius behind The Church: thanks Steve, Marty, Peter & Tim for providing the stunning symphony of sound and song that has accompanied my journey through time and space.”

    Let me know if you want a copy of the final paper (it discusses possible links between an Aboriginal dreamtime story surrounding the constellation of Orion to Greek, Egyptian and other world mythos).

    Trevor \|/

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    Cath | 15 May 2013 at 2:21 pm #

    al go rhythm !
    wave formed
    cyclic motion
    graceful ocean
    speaking softly
    cre zen do
    as pitter patter
    kept the time…………………

    do i keep going………so fun to play with words………….love how you turn the english language on its head xxx

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    Steven Krut | 15 May 2013 at 4:39 pm #

    This one is pretty cryptic. I can’t figure it out with my 2:00AM mind.

    The new Bowie album has grown on me a bit. Valentine’s Day is a really good Bowie song. Why wasn’t it the single? Some other good songs, too. It’s possible that I fall into the trap of expecting Bowie to sound a certain way. The album cover addresses that expectation, I think. I’ve been trying to listen to it on it’s own terms. It’s better than I thought. Still, a lot of it strikes me as competent without being inspired. The Idyllist is a better album by far.

    I did love how Bowie’s new video infuriated the Catholic church, though. That was great.


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