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February 2016: Words Fail Me

I feel like I lost a friend recently. Well, not really a friend, but definitely someone who was a part of my life, whom I'd met 3 or 4 times, liked, and admired. I can't seem to either get my head around it or get it out of my head, so there's nothing else I want to write about this month.

 

DAVID BOWIE: Hunky Dory, Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane, Young Americans, Station To Station, Low, Heroes, Lodger, Scary Monsters, Let's Dance, Earthling, Heathen, The Next Day, and Blackstar

 

This is what I'm listening to, but I have nothing to say about any of it that hasn't already been said. Furthermore, a lot of what's been said is such complete bollocks, that I don't want to add to it.

 

In previous WILTs I've had fun writing about obscure or underrated music: Värttinnä, Janáček, Don Redman, etc. I've also written about famous or popular people when I felt I had something to say about them. But since I write as an 'amateur' – as a musician and a fan - I reckon it's also OK for me to say something you'll never hear from a pundit or a critic, which is that words fail me.

 

'Normal service' will probably be resumed next month.

Blog Index

December 2017: The Last WILT
    posted 2017-12-01

October 2017: Pushing The Envelope
    posted 2017-10-02

September 2017: Is Anybody Listening?
    posted 2017-09-01

August 2017: Gone Fishin'
    posted 2017-08-09

July 2017: Miscellanea Americana
    posted 2017-07-02

June 2017: THE BEST I CAN DO
    posted 2017-06-01

May 2017: NON-MUSICAL HEROES
    posted 2017-05-01


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