U-Turn In Preparation

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21 Responses to “U-Turn In Preparation”

  1. SOFA - Philostopher/Chef says:

    If it makes things easier for you, I done did it…
    (I would like to think that the super secret inner circle need not comply – yet, I’d hate to miss out on any changes to the handshake, or any updates to the SSIC KUR decoder ring.)

  2. urbangraffito says:

    Make sure you look both ways for traffic, Barry, before preparing to make that U-turn: don’t want Dr. Sharleena and yourself to get sideswiped by the ZpZ tour bus mid-turn….

  3. Hugh says:

    Hopefully you’re not making that U-turn in New Jersey. There’s a cop on every block to help you on your pay . . . I mean way!

  4. urbangraffito says:

    There’s something definitely going on upstairs (I can hear some mother wailing and a whole lot of scraping of chairs…)

  5. Roland says:

    A highly dangerous form of U-turn is the “bootleg turn,” allegedly originated during Prohibition when a vehicle carrying a load of illegal alcohol might need to make a fast turn when confronted by a roadblock, and would need to change direction as quickly as possible.


  6. joe cronin says:

    “Make a JazzNoise U Turn Here”

    Joe Cronin here, Voice of Cheese winner #1 and whenever I’m composing my next masterwork I take all the U Turns I can stand.

    “It’s all boloney, so slice me some”

  7. urbangraffito says:

    I’ll have what he’s having…

  8. bernard says:

    Let’s be haughty. For once.

    Let’s turn the world ( no U turn involved here) into one song:


  9. bernard says:

    Old geniuses just die.

    Last week :
    – Jim Jones ( from amongst others Pere Ubu)
    – Teo Macero ( producer).

    We’re in for the new thing.

  10. Freon P. Sandoz says:

    Give me more of that Koolaid, Koolio.

  11. vonSchmidt says:

    Hey! My bag is packed. When are we headed over there?

  12. bernard says:

    Let’s keep the customer satisfied.
    1.Women ( aha)… :
    better: http://www.factmonster.com/spot/whmbios2.html
    Anyway, Italian tradition on Womens Day, a Mimosa:
    2. Music
    John Cale in his early days

    To be continued.

  13. bernard says:

    OK, part 2 of LTCS


    – France ( OK, old stuff, the video, a Godard from the 50ties):
    – Romania ( yes, yes)
    – Balint, well informed, will tell us about Hungary.
    РIceland : just google around; New music is plentifull, beyond Bj̦rk, all genres.

  14. bernard says:

    Why not those people from Sweden?

    Music from 1 appartment & 6 drummers?

  15. bernard says:

    Let’s keep the customer satisfied.
    Women ( aha)… : Womens Day is almost there:
    Anyway, Italian tradition on Womens Day, a Mimosa:

  16. Roland says:

    It was the call of workers who organized; women who reached for the ballot; a President who chose the moon as our new frontier; and a King who took us to the mountaintop and pointed the way to the Promised Land… YES WE CAN.


  17. bernard says:

    And it was a Bernard ( Clervaux), who created the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cistercian . The White Monks.

    My God, Roland, we’re both from the Middle Ages.

    Indeed the greatest Belgian composer ( I mean it, I do) is Roland Di Lasso ( Renaissance). Just google around, it’s faboulous music. And – just listen closely- it’s full of humour. For instance one of his masterpieces is “Prophetia Sybillarum “. It’s in latin. The first sentence just means ” And now we start singing”.

  18. Roland says:

    Imagine me any you – I do … ;-)

  19. bernard says:

    Ok, Here’s some Velvet Underground ” madness”.

    1. Where’s Lou Reed right now? I spoke with him on a plane Brussels – Strasbourg a cuople of years ago.

    Right now?

    Performing with John Zorn & The Ladies, nice picture:

    ( to be continued)

  20. bernard says:

    2. Where does John Cale come from? Obviously from Wales:

    1963 – http://classicshowbiz.blogspot.com/2008/03/ive-got-secret-with-guests-john-cale.html

  21. Freon P. Sandoz says:

    I thought Cale was related to the Cabbage Patch family in Lichenstein…

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