Contains spleen venting , sweary snark directed at the bugsplatter masquerading as our politicians. 

The feckless goobers, pooners, gobshites, grifters and jesus shoppers swaddled in cant and humbuggery as they jostle at the trough should be recognised for their unswerving dedication to ruining our planet in service to their own greasy-palmed wealth interests and those of their rapacious corporate masters.  

To offset the bile and in recognition of life’s positives I like to riff on music, motorbikes, travel and the upsides of being a geezer. 


Please note: I am aware I almost always abuse alliteration. And adjectives. Split infinitives their uses have.

Random blowie concept copied from Gadfly, The Saturday Paper . Images on this blog commonly sourced from the interwebs. If unattributed it's because i couldn't identify the original source.



Funky But Forgotten

A nostalgic random selection of great popular music from the 60s and 70s mostly; an era that is a treasure trove of styles from pop, rock, blues, psychedelia, reggae, ska, folk, funk, metal, R&B, Motown, surf rock, punk, new wave and including jazz, country and big band elements. Musical tapas you could say from the most influential, diverse decades in musical history. Countdown of 100 favourites: Bonus. Billy Field - You Weren't In Love With Me Gravely-voiced Aussie funkiness from 2 hit wonder Billy Field. This is the better of his two hit songs, the other being Bad Habits. #100. Mason Williams - Classical Gas Love the acoustic guitar. The orchestration is a tad over-blown though. #99. Ali


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