Saw Kory Clarke at Camden Underworld last week. He's still got it, and he still hates Republicans.
Check out his new band, too: Dirty Rig
My first post will explain the name. Other than that, I don't expect to mention Rodney much. I will, however, write about Crawley, Fulham, politics and any assorted gunk that fills my head.
As I'm on a YouTube kick tonight, here's a bit more. MC Tunes went on to form the Dust Junkys, who as far as I can tell only put one album out, but it was a winner.
Unfortunately, I can't find any DJ videos, so you'll have to put up with 808 State.
Meanwhile, check out MC Tunes' site: Nicky Lockett
I was out delivering newsletters today, on a long walk around the West side of Southgate. A few things made me thing as I was plodding about...
I have to say, I don't find these answers very convincing. There is something to these proposals, but the one area that really concerns me is that they appear to have been knocked up in order to back up the campaign, rather than the other way around. As a result, the plans have not been thought through, and the proposers are still waiting for the 'next phase' before they find out whether it's actually viable from the point of view of training accreditation for medical staff.
But the sheild, decorated acorns and crows, was abandoned in 1974 and has not been used since
(format of disclaimer copied shamelessly from Skuds)