Under an english blue sky: There was a blue van nearby coming from Tibet:) Found the guitar on the grass… Tuned the guitar and… bumped into some morris #flowerpower folkish men: Some old flute & bowl sessions meanwhile, just before getting the new flute;)
Some english real folk theatre popular culture performance. Ps: I have already pending on the question about #nation-alism …Igor shut-up…but still in my mind je-je. Ps2: St.George please keep the sword in peace, much better this way. Having a great time with friends from Oxford also playing some stuff. Here with my “bozouki” friend, Mark Atherton, after I played three tunes:
1.- I started with a poem that is called Any Roof as an intro of the almost traditional basque song, that actually is not, called 4 Roofs by basque pop-folk-rock band named Itoiz.
2.- Then I went into the Simple Man (cover version tune from Eef Barzelay) 3.- I finished with Exit.
Great time with friends too, j, j & m. Thanks Cheersthen:) /m. with the new “bozouki”;) / j. with a new flute/ Sellers more happy than anybody else ;)))) Come back home And finally, we said goodbye to the st.george blue sky, here in #England 😉 ps: Any doubt, that we are in #England ? ;))))
Yesterday was St. Patricks day, everywhere. Even in Oxford, at Harcourt Arms pub (our temple every sunday eve) and I bumped into Mark, great guy. He encouraged me to play and then Nigel saw me from the music equipment (busy man, good technician&musician). Both of them good people. I arrived thinking at Harcourt Arms in a song, that I could sing “Chamelions”, remembering friends from Donegal (James, Sarah & Finola) also Ennistymon (Jackie & Fergus) and so on, exchanging messages from early in the morning. Good mood, better singing atmosphere. I made it: #Chameleons Mainly because I also remember this song was recorded in Ennistymon, Co.Clare Art Gallery Studios in August 2011, with the great technician (musician too!) Quentin Cooper (in the arrangements doing a big job with instruments, mandolin, banjo and so on). (Ireland) And in St.Patrick’s day, everyone could be irish: I was a Green Chamelion, like the audience, Green Chamelions for one night. Ps: This song was written in Tokyo it is why in the chorus it says “Dreaming with Chamelions in Tokyo” when Tokyo is everywhere in St. Patricks; you did not need to look for chamelions. There are plenty of them, green chamelions:) Like you & me.