Tuesday, 16 September 2008

He's Good!

Where have the last few days gone? It's all been constructively busy... even yesterday was spent catch-up with washing and domestics (which there wasn't that much to do, really).

I think I've had my head stuck behind my laptop so much over the past week, tweaking the band webpages, and even creating a forum for it blah blah blah. I guess I was all posted out!

There's a few new photos on my Flickr page too.

I'm well tho, emotionally and physically - as good as can be expected, that is! heh heh. I've been spending the last 2 days on a simply "veggies and water' system detox diet, just to flush all the crap out of my body. Needless to say, it's starting to be effective doing what it was intended to do! lol.

(I guess I was trying to look 'scary'? lol)

The weather here this weekend was absolutely nutty! from glorious spring sunshine (shirts-off type-of weather!), to torrential rain (I mean 40-days-and-night rain!!!), to howling winds, and now back to glorious Spring basking sunshine again. I'm not complaining about the rain tho... the dam out at Carcoar (where I usually sail) is slowly filling up again, but not far enough to have a chance of having a proper sailing season again for this coming season, dammit! The local dam here is at 91% capacity, which is bleedin' fantastic... the downside is that Carcoar Dam is only about 50kms away, and it's empty. The drought continues to be an issue, despite all this gorgeous rain.

Sunday was the first time as a band we'd spent a whole session working as a four-piece unit with Shane. The demo recordings we did are really good... that's another reason why I'm not around online much... editing, mixing blah blah blah. It's all good tho, I love doing that sorta thing. Shane sings like no-one else I've ever heard! Such control, presence, depth, power... oh, he's good!!! No, seriously.
Peas be with ewe

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  1. Have fun Mal...that's what it is all about!

  2. Scary sheeesh! yeah! Hope I don't run into you on a dark night...!!!!

    Carcoar was a favourite of mine back in the good old days (1975) when Don and I toured the state with his job (he was an underground petrol tank installer and demolisher...and they provided a large caravan so he didn't want to keep coming home to newcastle...We loved carcoar, Bathurst, Blayney etc good memories and no doubt I will do a tourabout when I get my old van fixed up