Waldeaux | 2015 December
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THE BEER & THE POSEUR

Once upon a time when I was almost penniless and before I took myself away to Norwich University in 1976, I went in to A1 Music on Manchester’s Oxford Road to buy my second guitar. I may be wrong, but I think that Kieran Heaney...

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PROTECTING BRITISH TREES

There is beauty and grandeur in British trees. Many will silently witness during their lifetime so much more than any of us will. We should respect and protect our trees for future generations to enjoy, and for our environment and their benefit to our health. A...

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THANK YOU THALIA!

Every year I struggle to think of original things to buy as Christmas presents. It brings back the trauma of being on the receiving end of Aunty Mabs’ (Mable) annual offering. Up to the age of 14, it was a tin of toffees and that...

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DAD’S BIRTHDAY

Recording Day 4 (25th November) was set aside for doing as much as possible to the title track for MOORSCAPE™, with just tabla to add next week when Jad travels north. Armed with the now obligatory flask of ginger and lemon tea with a dash...

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A GATHERING REALISATION

Well, the fun has started. It has taken just over a year to put the basic songs together for Moorscape. Even now, after the lyrics and tunes have been tweaked a few times, it is not certain whether further substantial changes may need to be...

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IT’S ALL IN A NAME

Bands and other music artists often have the most ridiculous names, so why should we be different? Dr. Waldeaux might imply something academic or more sinister to do with medical science but it is neither of those things. It all started back in about 1977...

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