Monday, October 23, 2006

Cross your fingers for me!

I told you, I do everything I say I'll do. I have contacted the Mad Professor, and he has written back! I have to edit the track and then I'll send it to him- please cross your fingers! Exciting!!!!
Little Claire has written to me asking if I know any tracks that feature jewellery- can anyone help? She's going to have an exhibition and wants to make up a soundtrack. Ghoulish tracks welcome; it's about funeral jewellery.Maybe I should write her one specially- that would be a good project!
And Joby... well, I am worried about Joby and his self-medication with the demon drink. I pointed out how unfair it is for me to worry about him in Brighton when I live in London; he told me this is called tele-worrying, and perhaps it is, but it doesn't make it any more bearable. How can the revolution possibly happen if everyone's down the pub?
Well, I have to go up the road to see if Kall-Kwik do scanning- I've done the poster for the next Songbird but smashed the scanner by tangling wires and dropping a lamp on it, and the computer that connects with it has crashed and is at the techno-docs.
See ya tomorrow!


Anonymous Claire said...

Thank you Helen! After I'd emailed you, I thought that 'Diamonds are Forever' and 'Diamonds are a Girls Best Friend' would go nicely with the LifeGem cremated human remains 'diamonds'... but there must be more!

10:43 AM  
Blogger philip huddleston said...

Hello,Marc Almond's 'Almost Diamonds','Ruby Red'and Little Rough Rhinestone' and The Mighty Diamonds 'Diamonds and Pearls'.Also 'Gold against the Soul' by the Manics.
Can I also just plug the George Clinton documentry on BBC4 on Friday night at 9pm.

12:56 PM  
Anonymous Ian said...

Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town

4:25 PM  
Anonymous W.P. said...

'Ornaments of Gold', 'Dazzle' ~ Siouxie; 'Gold', 'Diamonds & Gold' ~ Fairport Convention; 'The Funeral Party' ~ the Cure.

11:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Helen,

here are a few Songs like Jewellery

fingers crossed for the Professor

8:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

dead link?

8:07 AM  
Anonymous Claire said...

Thank you everyone- great suggestions, especially Songs Like Jewellery! It was Elvis's 'Lucky Charm' that started me off on this, I'm sure there are many more. Cheers Helen for the blog use -much appreciated!

8:35 PM  

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