In an interview from the 80s with Keith Jarrett regarding electronic instruments he said “I just feel as though I’m in a room with a smoker”. That pretty well summed it […]

In Memorium

  This is Giuseppina Pasqualino or (Pippa Bacca). A performance artist from Italy who in in March 2008 started a pilgrimage/ performance to hitchhike from Milan to Jerusalem – wearing a […]

The Knight Strikes At Midnight

Director Philippe de Broca and composer Georges Delerue, almost 50 years later The King Of Hearts still my favourite film and soundtrack. The marches and carnival compositions with beautiful semitone […]

The Stupidity Lifestyle

Should morons be allowed to hold public office? I think we should get scientists to evaluate whether morons choose to be morons or if possibly they are just born idiots. […]

I didn’t know Mary Margaret O’Hara very well when I asked her to sing on my first record  in 1988 but I loved the way Greg Keelor described her to […]

The offices of Greenpeace were located at Trinity St. Paul’s church on Bloor street when I was 23 and worked there. And I went in after hours and played late […]

Heard a record one time with amazing piano. I checked the liner notes, the pianist was Jaki Byard. I hadn’t previously heard of him but could tell he was a […]

Uri Avnery article about 3 Israeli women is brilliant. “As long as we have youngsters like these, ready to stand up for democracy, peace and justice, take risks and make […]