I’ve been looking through my 1Password vault to find outdated logins to delete. The list looks like a written history of all the failed social media sites of the last decade. I think I’ll just keep them.
A preview of one of the songs on the upcoming album by Big Big Train. It’s released on April 28th.
Who remembers Plurk? I’m surprised to find that it’s still running and that some of the folk I followed are still there. So many other older social-networking sites have fallen by the wayside but this seems to thriving for some reason.
Back to the Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow to see Anderson Rabin Wakeman (ARW)…
I upgraded my seat from the one in the gods to this much better view…
It was a great show. I surprised myself at how emotional I got when Jon Anderson entered the stage. He really is in great voice and skipped around the stage like someone fifty years younger.
Rick Wakeman is as good as ever. His parts in Awaken were stunning.
Trevor Rabin is a very different kind of player than Steve Howe and it showed in the older songs. The overall sound was excellent though.
Special mention should go the “hired hands” especially bass player Lee Pomeroy who is just amazing. His extended solo during The Fish was spectacular and a wonderful tribute to Chris Squire.
It was a great night and, unlike some fans, I’m very happy to have two bands out playing this music. Another union would be nice though. We can dream.
The pound and dollar are almost equal right now once you add on VAT. Buying music online has become very expensive.
I wonder if they drove through East Kilbride.
I had smoked a joint, so everything was vivid and mystical. As we drove along, we encountered a fair number of “roundabouts,” what you in the States call traffic circles.
Another birthday comes and goes. The big numbers with zeros on the end are depressing but the ones in between don’t feel so bad.
I’ve got the hump and I like it.