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Re: michael and music by Mac on 14 April 2003 6:45am
 
here it is Mary, hope you enjoy it.

The original Wibury,s were a stationary people who, realising that their civilisation could not stand still for ever, began to go for short walks-not the "traveling" as we know it, but certainly as far as the corner and back. They must have taken to the motion, in much the same way as penquins were at that time to ledges, for the next we hear of them they were going out for the day (often taking lunch or a picnic) later-we don,t as yet know how much later-some intrepid wilburys began to go away for the weekend, leaving late Friday and coming back Sunday. It was they who evolved simple rhythmic forms to describe their adventures.

A remarkable sophisticated musical culture developed, considering there were no managers or agents, and the further the Wilbury,s traveled the more adventurous their music became, and the more it was revered by the elders of the tribe who believed it had the power to stave off madness, turn brunettes into blondes and increase the size of their ears.

But as the Wilburys began to go further and further in their search for musical inspiration they found themselves the object of interest among many less developed species-nightclub owners, tour operators and recording executives. to the Wilbury,s who had only just learnt to cope with wives, roadies and drummers, it was a blow form which many of them never recovered. They became hairdressers or TV rental salespersons

But a tiny handful survived- the last of the traveling Wilburys-and the songs gathered here represent the popular laments, the epic and heroic tales which characterise the apotheosis of the elusive Wilbury sound. The message of the music travels, as indeed they traveled and as I myself must now travel for further treatment. Good listening and let thy Wilbury done......

Hugh Jampton E.F. Norti-Bitz
Reader in applied jacket
Faculty of sleeve notes
University of Krakatoa (East of Java)

MAC xxx
 
Re: michael and music by Rusted on 15 April 2003 9:33am
 
LOL! That's great! Michael's humour is in fine form.

Thanks, MAC!

~Mary
 
Re: michael and music by Rusted on 15 April 2003 9:33am
 
BURMA!
 
Re: michael and music by Diamond on 19 May 2003 10:23am
 
too good to lose - this one - didnt notice it first time round either

enjoy and add to it

Bruce springsteen was played to the oldest hand on the dhow by Mp on his personal cassette player and he turned the sound right up to full blast too!!

<>
 
Re: michael and music by pollyanna199 on 20 March 2005 7:05pm
 
In the Python Anthology it says that he was(is?) a huge fan of Elvis too. Erika
 
Re: michael and music by Diamond on 20 March 2005 10:15pm
 
crikey pollyanna talk about get this one out of the vaults - good for you

I did hear that michael went to a neil diamond concert once !!!
 
Re: michael and music by Spursfan on 20 March 2005 10:17pm
 
I'm sure he loves U2!! Well, who wouldn't!

Anne
 
Re: michael and music by pollyanna199 on 22 March 2005 12:49am
 
LOL I know I was bored and was going back in time! I'm always interested in what music people like, so I wanted to give my eight cents worth.
 
Re: michael and music by Dr. Piglet on 22 March 2005 9:13pm
 
that is priceless! thanks so much for digging out this gem!



 
Re: michael and music by bsh1878 on 30 March 2005 4:04pm
 
thanks Polyanna. It was good to see it again.
Bruce.
 
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