Happy Birthday, Leanne
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I hope your day was fantastic!
The secret of poetry is cruelty.--Jon Anderson
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Happy birthday Leanne! I read Ghost Dreaming and it was such a great read, inspiring really. Anyways, best wishes
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Happy birthday Leanne! Tomorrow the book will be in the post. Rock on.
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happy birthday 

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Thank you all. I had birthday vindaloo in my tracksuit pants, and tiramisu for breakfast, so all was awesome.
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Happy birthday Leanne

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Haha, yes, that's about the size of it Keith. Worth it though.
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happy bithday auzzie girl. hope you have a great day. xx
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Thank you pommy dude Big Grin
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thanks for making me smile Big Grin
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Happy birthday!
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That's right, Leanne was born in October. My favorite month. And another thing, I've said it before and I'll say it again: Not only are you a diehard benefit to the dying world of poetry, the written word, but you're a really foxy lady.
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Smile and really, really old now
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I don't judge by age, Leanne. I judge by foxy.
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Thanks for all your hard work!!
Happy belated!
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhwSPRY51gs
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Of a quivering vibrato's bittersweet sting."

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Thanks Bunx.

NobodyNothing - nice one. I only have Verve in my vinyl collection, and of course Lou's Transformer. Might have to go on another hunt.
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(10-21-2018, 05:51 AM)Leanne Wrote:  Thanks Bunx.

NobodyNothing - nice one.  I only have Verve in my vinyl collection, and of course Lou's Transformer. Might have to go on another hunt.

Not that it matters, but I just finished a wonderful biography of Lou Reed entitled (what else?) Lou Reed:  A Life, by Anthony DeCurtis.  I was somewhat amazed that such a magnum opus on Lou Reed was written so shortly after his death for fans of his work like myself.  I can only name about 7 or 8 men or women of rock who lent such an enduringly influential sensibility to the genre over its duration.  Was this guy the father/predecessor of punk, alternative, and perhaps even grunge in the sensibility he brought to the art form?  

I also never quite knew the depths of what a stubborn, cantankerous diva he was.   

Anyway...great read, if you like this sort of thing, the mod-art, factory, Andy Warhol, New York underground scene where the likes of Jackie Kennedy and Walter Cronkite danced drunkenly to the Velvet Underground at some late night Manhattan club in the 60's where something fresh was emerging and happening.
You can't hate me more than I hate myself.  I win.

"When the spirit of justice eloped on the wings
Of a quivering vibrato's bittersweet sting."

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