Saturday, April 25, 2015

Stream Molecular Phenomena Time Continuum Essence

Did you remember to look at the clots of sea-foam bobbling in the froth?  The secret wildernesshave you been there lately, seen the lizard green scampering, the pink of the sycamore buds bursting, the haze on the rolling bay?
Come take my hand, we’ll step out of Babylon and recover our gentle souls in the wilderness.  

ΑΜΑΝΕΔΕΣ, 1928  -  1934
Ta merakia ths anatolhs sta grammofwna.

Gaelic Lullaby  -  Judy Collins

I’m Alone In The Wilderness  -  Culture

Tomorrow Is Another Day - The Ivy League

Muirsheen Durkin - The Dubliners

Prokofiev Symphony No.5 
Leningrad Symphony Orchestra / Rozhdestvensky

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Saturday, April 18, 2015

Elias Gillpington 25

Glas yw an ebrenn ha tonnek yw an mor.  Hazy blue – Ebryl yw!  On the cliffs, looking.  White blossom of blackthorn on the land – you’d think it had been snowing.   Ghost-ships in the haze – trapped between sea and sky - floating minde’s cloud! Glittering solar merriel gracing the downvor deeps, sings a bird – the land awakes.  Seal flips to vanish and the forest flourisheth  on the cleeves – a heartvision of quiet glory…. 

Satie - Ogives

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 Fête des belles eaux -  
Olivier Messiaen.

Nature's Way - Spirit

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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Gwynjak Blue

To the lichen that creeps while we sleep, sneaking over stones, timber and the slumberous hedgerows of Kernow and Albion.  Exploding into rabid writhing seethes, a sixteenth of an inch a year.  This archaeon humbly seeps while Humanity walks in its sleep.

The Timber Trail – Sons of the Pioneers

Jerusalem – Paul Robeson

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Monday, March 30, 2015

Lichenous 'n' Crustacean

Tufts plucked through tough ploughing touch plouff n chough thoroughly enough together however tough th’ trough of thought though thou vouch – ouch!

The Butterfly – The Bothy Band


Hingala  - Carahunge

Prophets, Seers & Sages: The Angels of the Ages 
-Tyrannosaurus Rex, 1968

Thursday, February 19, 2015

A Hogweed Sneezer

Caterpillar feelers wiggling communicating in all languages at once.  The wind sighs and the caterpillar smiles.  The sun shines and the caterpillar continues to wiggle.  An Gath Vlewek – The Caterpillar – Dasson - dasson – echo – echo – echo – no glyb glyptotech for this fine Keltek fellow – Disolving in carapace – krogen – cocoon – soon to emerge as fluttering ephemeral psyche, cast as the Kornyshe Pysky, the little fella, the flittering fritillary Tikki-Dyw twinkling of a wing – the Butter-Flye dances as it sings, dancing on its merry way - 

 Antilaloun oi Filakes 
(The Prisons Echo)
Spyros Zagoraios 

Tumbling  Tumbleweeds – Sons of the Pioneers

Sari Siroon Yar - Loosig Kochian

When The Crow Turns White (?) – Georgia Bitaki 


Grigoris Bithikotsis – Antilaloun oi Filakes 

The Caterpillar Dub is the echo
 of the question – 
Who Am I?

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Lizard Juice

A field of Vision, what we see, encompassed by Mind.  A field of Sound - what we hear - encompassed by Mind.  Rustling hogweeds and rattling stalks of dry wild plants - a beautiful field overlooking the rolling sea.  Universal/Unique experiential flux.      

Antilaloun oi Filakes – Markos Vamvakaris - 1936

Thursday, January 29, 2015

This Is The Same As That

A very green sea today.  Actually it was made of Turquoise.  Molten stuff surged and white waves dotted the dark rolling ocean under the windy sky – the world spun then and has not stopped since.  Was that a crinoid stirring?  A pymp-bys starfish spinning, radiating?  

Lee Perry – City Too Hot

Buzzcocks – Spiral Scratch – 1977

Andy Kirk – All the Jive is Gone.