Yes, good - the guy who did that went on to do the Hello Seahorse vid.
Don't forget FT is back on LJ.
Kicking off with some Siamese psychedelia. Hopefully been talking to Oilrig...
'Saknatee Srichiangmai — Nom samai mai
The Sound of Siam – Leftfield Luk-thung, Jazz & Malam in Thailand 1964-1975, Soundway Records SNDWCD027'
Yikes it's on Spotty
Grab it while it's hot. I've a feeling things will start evaporating on the spot, soon.
Only if people get too greedy re royalties.
I've got it on my list to check out their competition...the fact that they've got competition means the model should be here to stay.
I've just been playing one of my grand-daughters (10 months) some Roy Rogers as part of her bed time ritual. Worked a treat...(fingers crossed). There's more to him than meets the eye (ear) isn't there ?
Completely off thread, but hey HO
Nice picture there Global. Paul - Your comments. Spotty or also LJ? Sounded a bit.........ominous.
There's lot's of stuff on there courtesy of labels hoping for a little more income in these more than challenging times.
I supect that they are getting very, very little from the site and will start taking their bats home.
Yes, sure. It would be a real pity. Nice new picture. Is it a llama?
It is a llama. One that surprised us a couple of years back in a field just outside St Just.
They seem to get everywhere !
Obviously they are not startled by the helicopter then? I like St Just. Stayed at a nice pub which had Christmas lights, foliage and live music. St Ives is good too.
What I really like about that coast is the combination of the spectacular natural scenery and the remains of the tin mines. Can be very dramatic against the sky. The Geevor mine is great. For another coastal/mining combination, the Cleveland Way - jet black rock not far from Robin Hoods Bay.
Anyway, uncharacteristically I digress.
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I'm fond of St Just as well. Those scurrilous comments about everyone in the town being related are a little unfair .. St Ives is wonderful and the north coast road is, as you say, spectacular. The Tinners Arms, Zennor, a good place to rest up too ...
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