"I'm in love dancin,
and springing out the same,
send one now at 7.
Caught me love dancin,
sound now,
seek and you will find."



"Clear Channel owns all the major radio
stations and venues.
Most musicians aren't aware that a few
people control so much of what we hear."

- Susan Tedeschi

I sell a few recordings here !


Quotes :

"Don't play the first thing that
comes into your head:
play the second."

- Miles Davis.

"Of course the music
is a great difficulty.
You see, if one plays good music,
people don't listen,
and if one plays bad music
people don't talk."

- Oscar Wilde

"If you can walk you can dance.
If you can talk you can sing."

- Zimbabwe Proverb.


Enough of getting kicked in the head
by hateful, monotonous tracks.
When we hear that sound,
we should all either sit down or walk out..
or try to make it better.

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Honestly, Peter Jozzepi Burns was a great and peculiar singer and here is a fine example of Pete Burns in 'torch songs' mode!
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