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Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse – Book Review

This book just kept popping up everywhere, I read about it, heard songs that were inspired by it and saw pictures of it… so as they say in Twin Peaks; if three things happen pertaining to the same event one must pay strict attention, so I downloaded J I have read Herman Hesse many years […]

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Latest Site Build – Palmers Green Life

This site build is a portfolio for the brilliant magazine produced by Anthony Webb Estate Agents.  Each month I add the latest issue to the site.

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Terence Stamp at the BFI

Whilst glancing through Time Out magazine last week, I saw there was an evening with Terence Stamp scheduled at the BFI for the following Wednesday.  I went straight onto the BFI website and booked two tickets.  I couldn’t believe my luck.  I read Terence’s brilliant autobiographies in the 80s and fell in love with him […]

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Angelopolis by Danielle Trussoni

Angelopolis by Danielle Trussoni My rating: 3 of 5 stars Danielle Trussoni’s follow up to her hugely successful first novel Angelology finds us ten years after the close of the last book, an awful lot seems to have happened in those ten years, our hero Verlaine is now an experienced Angelogist himself and the world […]

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RODRIGUEZ by Stephen Kalinich

One of the highlights of the year for me in 2012 was opening for Rodriguez at the El Rey in Los Angeles. I performed 07 Be Still from my Album with Brian Wilson A World Of Peace Must Come Alan Boyd played the organ and Tracy Landecker helped me with the performance and my friend Jill Jarrett […]

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DESKTOP JUKEBOX – The Jazz “Ambassador of COOL” is Gone

Hello Friend and Music Lover– Just heard the news about long time Jazz Great Dave Brubeck passing away earlier today. This is very sad news for me, mostly because he was one of the few Jazz figures who forced me to continue to explore Jazz music during my lifetime.  This is not to say I’m […]

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The Beach Boys Fiftieth Concert Tour Hits London

Thursday 27 September 2012 It was the most amazing concert ever!  James and I met at noon.  A tad early, he was all suited and booted; we ambled over to The Albert Hall to see what we could do with our VIP passes. This ended up being rather a stressful thing and we eventually got […]

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Beach Boys Stomp 33rd Convention

It is with great pleasure that I have been asked to review the events of the 33rd Beach Boys Stomp Convention. A few months ago James Crowther approached me to help get the word out that the convention was back at its spiritual home of Greenford, a few years ago it had moved but most […]

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Latest Web Site Build for Andrew Oddy OBE DSc MA BSc FSA

I designed this site for Andrew Oddy OBE DSc MA BSc FSA Who worked at the British Museum looking into the decay and conservation of antiquities. He subsequently became involved in the scientific examination of antiquities. In 1985 he was appointed Keeper of Conservation and he retired in 2002. He is also known for his […]

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Love Your High Street

As those who have been following my blog over this past year will know, I have been part of the Enfield ‘Love Your High Street/ We Love Enfield‘ Campaign, and I have enjoyed each and every moment of it. We all know that our high streets are facing perilous times, there is so much against them, be […]

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