๐Ÿ˜Š Scott Martin @ 2019-07-14 02:10:52
I didn't know until I saw the programme listed in a catalog of Enochian material that this actually got made after The Original Author opted out. Evidently the show went on, becoming "shew" as it were: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3p2BLQGIens My question is that if there's a parallel between Damon here and Mick Jagger at his most satanic, does the gap between Performance and the Winter of Discontent mirror the one between this statement of intent and now?
๐Ÿ˜Š Richard G @ 2019-07-14 05:54:10
oh ffs! Where was I in 2011 and why didnโ€™t I see this? Looks like a โ€œworkingโ€ by way of theatromancy. And of course Rudolf II is going strong in my 1599 game, although nobodyโ€™s got to Prague yet. Kelley the countertenor, eh? Too much ergot and stone scrying, hitches the voice up.
๐Ÿ˜Š Richard G @ 2019-07-14 06:26:13
On your question, Jagger and Gallagher are classic Fools (and the job of PM seems to be aspected that way, for the foreseeable future). It strikes me the double-act of Kelley/Dee might be mirrored in Rossetti/Ruskin. So whoโ€™s stealing whose wife away, here?
๐Ÿ˜Š Richard G @ 2019-07-14 06:28:38
... who wears the horns?
๐Ÿ˜Š Scott Martin @ 2019-07-14 13:39:26
whoo hoo! win the battle, lose the war It clearly keeps happening until someone looks at the wives instead. (Pherber and Lucy, Pallenberg and Faithfull, PM and HRM if not Britannia herself.)
๐Ÿ˜Š Scott Martin @ 2019-07-14 13:40:24
The sad thing here is that everyone in the trailer keeps going on about "the kora" and then I can't hear one on the album.

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