Spring Moon

(Ax's Playlist)

GOLDEN ABALONE : Diamonds And Rust
 Joan Baez. (Diamonds and Rust, album April 75
            The lives we touch, the people we hurt, and never feel a thing


         ASHDOWN: One Rainy Wish
"gold and rose was the colour of a dream I had,          
not too long ago..."
Jimi Hendrix, Axis Bold As Love
& Time For Heroes (Up The Bracket, October 2002, The Libertines)
Yeah, wombles can bleed, and I cherish you my love

       WINTER WIND: Going Underground. The Jam (single, March 1980; album release on Dig The New Breed, 1982) Some people might get some pleasure out of hate, me I've enough already on my plate...
& Wish You Were Here, Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here, album 1975)

did you exchange a walk on part in a war for a lead role in a cage?
and how to get back from there,

         RIVERS AND LAKES: How To Disappear Completely Radiohead, (Kid A 1999)
           I'm not here, this is not happening... It's a soothing thought.
(By the way, did you ever notice how much "Aoxomoxoa and the Heads" owe to this most strangely mega-successful bunch of weirdos? They'd never admit it.)
& Cousin Caterpillar (The Incredible String Band, Wee Tam And The Big Huge, 1968), for our Norman

enter the Gaia institute here

       SPRING MOON: Weak Become Heroes, The Streets (Original Pirate Material, November 2002) A retrospective, Insanitude days, an accidental chivalry of butterflies, and a glimpse of the future for our own, INDESTRUCTIBLE crazy diamond:
Suddenly I See, KT Tunstall, Eye To The Telescope


THE SHIELD RING: for the longfrocks, Shipbuilding, Costello
& for the Landsturm, The Partisan, Leonard Cohen
the few who are still standing, most of us known to each other...

Muss es sein?
Muss es sein?

SHU: Chimes Of Freedom,                                                       
Bob Dylan. (Another Side Of Bob Dylan 1964)
for the warriors whose strength is not to fight,
 for the refugees on the unarmed road of flight
for every underdog soldier in the night-
                                 For DK


Going Back: Dusty Springfield, words and music by Gerry Goffin and Carole King
one night you meet the centre of your life, where everything turns
do it, and go under

JOY: Waterloo Sunset
The Kinks, 1967 (album release on Something Else By The Kinks)
Dirty old river, could take you anywhere... Should be "Clapham Junction" really,

and the river tells our story, and the stones will remember