Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Ballads of the Book out

I'm listening to bits on i-tunes

There's a wee bit of documentary here

It a project that combines Scots writers/poets and bands



Blogger Mybananalife said...

Are you listening to it on you mac?

9:17 pm  
Blogger chiefbiscuit said...

Was great to catch up on your latest posts - what wonderful photography!

4:18 am  
Blogger PI said...

I love the sky scape. We are getting lovely ones for a change - lifts the spirits!

9:43 am  
Blogger apprentice said...

Thanks all! Yes the light is improving every day in't it Pat?

Banana great to see you post. You can run i-tunes off a pc, but I know you want to tell me about your new notebook. And congrats on the new perfumes, i'llcome over and post shortly.

10:59 am  
Blogger Colin Will said...

Got my copy yesterday, and I'm afraid I found it rather disappointing. A lot of it sounds like demo tapes, with some (to my ears) pretty average singers. Karine Polwart's an honourable exception; she makes it sound like a musical experience. Overall, it doesn't work for me.

11:46 am  
Blogger apprentice said...

Yes I listened to clips on i-tunes and the two Edwin morgan ones were the only ones to grab me, and I already have the Idlewild one curtesy of Celtic Connections.
Good idea, badly executed.

I have some bug or other, so not up to much, upper respiratory infection doc says.

BTW Stanza got mentioned on Woman's Hour today, your Welsh poet in residence woman, whose name now escapwes me.

3:30 pm  
Blogger Mybananalife said...

An Apple Mac will be perfect for a creative person.

3:41 pm  
Blogger apprentice said...

Oh I'd love one B,but doubt I could convince my old man of the need!

What I'd really like is a top of the range monitor.

10:41 am  

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