Saturday, 31 May 2014


 Bondage Trumpets

 I think this chopper was having a bit of an identity crisis, with various bits of Morris cars attached here and there.


 'mmmm, Katana, not stock, but just the right amount of "improvements".

 Never see one of these before, I think it was a rotary engine, sounded very strange.

Thursday, 29 May 2014

Post John Spencer

Well me and the L.S.O.P. made it to the gig, absolutely brilliant.  When they came on nobody had a clue, we thought they were the roadies setting up the kit, they looked like people who wanted to be in the John Spencer Blues Explosion, and then, WHALLOP!!!!!, ten minutes in, 6 songs down, and thats the rate they played at for the whole gig, between songs Mr Spencer would shout out songs to Russell Simins, (drums), and Judah Bauer, (guitar), and off they'd go again, slick and loud, with Mr Spencer interspersing his songs with leaps and scissor kicks aplenty.  After the encore Mr Spencer disappeared, Mr Simins cooled down and shuffled off to stand in the foyer and drink a lot of water, and Mr Bauer, (who'd been looking cool, aloof and disinterested throughout the gig), was high fiving and shaking the hand of anyone and everyone in the audience, I shook his hand, the hand of Judah Bauer, what a night.  And they had an illuminated theremin.

Thursday, 15 May 2014

Should be good.....


a.  I can find the tickets


b.  I'm not still bloody working, AAAAAHHHHH!!!!!

Sunday, 4 May 2014

Number 12

Whilst pottering around the pits at Red Marley, I came across NUMBER 12, as if classic hillclimbing isn't mad enough, they do it on a classic harley with a suicide shift, (correct me if I'm wrong), because everyone knows you don't need both hands on the bars to get to the top!!  The faint whiff of something "herbal" in the air may have explained the reasoning behind it, I'm just glad they brought it along and had a go at the hill.

Nothing the delicate application of a hammer won't straighten.