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Prelude: Song Of The Gulls and Islands by King Crimson. Story by Vin Maskell

Vin Maskell Geelong, 1971, Melbourne 1974 My eldest brother didn’t own many records. If my memory serves me well, the albums he listened to were by The Beatles, a rebel country songwriter, some Dylan and Clapton, a little art rock, and some English pop by a red-headed protégé of Elton John.

By |2020-02-06T09:25:09+11:00November 3rd, 2016|Classical, Experimental, Grieving stories, Rock|1 Comment

Everything You Can Think Of Is True by Tom Waits

In April this year Rijn Collins won the New York-based Sarah Award For Audio Fiction, for her story Almost Flamboyant. The piece, inspired by Tom Waits and a stuffed flamingo, is not a Stereo Story but here she tells how she came to write and record Almost Flamboyant. Congratulations, Rijn on winning the inaugural Sarah Award. ...Jacek Koman owned that studio. He snarled, sang, and sneered. I had never before watched a character of mine brought to life, off the page and into the room. The experience was intoxicating....

By |2016-09-21T15:25:08+10:00August 24th, 2016|Experimental, Singer-songwriters|2 Comments
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