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« on: November 11, 2006, 06:43:14 PM »

Just to be clear - 'teatime' is what Americans and pretentious Brits would call 'dinner'.  It's the evening meal for the working class afro  Dinner is at midday, and that's why school dinners aren't called school lunches.  Anyhoo... Ivor Cutler - strange bloke with a fairly unique vision and a liberated mind.  Died in March, sadly.  Starred as Buster Bloodvessel in the Beatles' film, Magical Mystery Tour.

I saw a tv prog about him last night and found some of his stuff quite entertaining and thought provoking.  Have a listen to 'Gruts for Tea' -

I'm trying to track down an audio recording of 'Life in a Scottish Sitting Room volume2' (there was no volume 1, BTW), but as yet I haven't found it.  Anybody wishing to hear a bit more of Ivor's stuff can find several mp3s at this site, near the bottom of the page -

Planning is an unnatural process - it is much more fun to do something.  The nicest thing about not planning is that failure comes as a complete surprise, rather than being preceded by a period of worry and depression. [Sir John Harvey-Jones]
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