Sunday, 2 September 2018

A Quick Drive,

to Tesco Lotus,

 as we needed a few things, on the way back we bumped into Alex and had a quick chat,

 in the evening we were out on the balcony,

 for our evening meal,

 for a change we thought we would open a bottle of bubbly, 

 not that we had anything to celebrate, it was just a change from the normal boxed wine, 

 'Cheers!', for tonight we were having some of Diana's delicious chilli con carne,

 red sky at night, shepherd's delight as they say, well it got a bit redder later,

 onto desserts, Swensens rum and raisin ice cream

 we then found that we had a guests,

 on the floor, a young lizard had decided to join us, just a couple of inches long,

attracted by the nightlife that was hovering around the lights I am guessing, we listen to music until midnight hour, and as a real treat I found a DVD of a group that I like, Ego Plum, I have a couple of their DVDs, for me the favourite Anthology of Infection, Vol. 1, which I have to say was far better than Vol. 2, for myself track 2, Ebola Music was the hit of the Ego Plum's 1997 debut CD, which features his earliest experiments in lo-fi instrumental madness, loaded circus clown overtures, ironic suspense themes, electronic waltzes, Moog drenched mambos, and Sesame Street-styled incidental music! as it happens this is Ego Plum's 1997 debut album that features some of his most raw and uninhibited work, from his earliest 4-track experiments at age 15 to his first attempt at a crude film score at on a general midi Synth, it is all in there, not to everyone's taste, but I think it is a great CD, and with that we were off to bed.

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