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A Road More or Less Travelled

December 31st, 2009

If you wonder what makes a poet smile, frown or just ‘take notice’, here is a collection of ‘Pointy Sticks‘ that Peter has collected over the years…

“Grateful thanks are extended to Peter Sinfield for his much appreciated assistance with this reissue”. This credit appears on the last page of the booklet that accompanies the remastered, repackaged with bonus CD rerelease of my 1973 solo album STILL. It is disingenuous, it is a pink herring & presumably it is a ploy to […]

New haiku

December 27th, 2009

Lots of announcements about songs, here’s a new haiku on the subject of…  Crescents of onion, Zucchini and tomato Old man’s birthday soup.

RT3 Demo

December 25th, 2009

RT3 demo has been added to galleries. According to Peter, not many people know that he often walks around the house singing in a non-existant language. Whilst trying to decide what words to write to this piece of music (largely created by Poli Palmer) , its subject being, ahem, “A Stranger, in what continues to […]

Christmas past

December 25th, 2009

While I work on putting together Christmas presents part II, here is a whisper from the past, a Christmas poem by Peter and a beautiful but little heard rendition of I Believe in Father Christmas by The Swingle Singers. Merry Christmas,  Elf

Part 1 of Peter’s Christmas presents: video of A House of Hopes and Dreams added to galleries and YouTube, along with blurb written by Peter.   You probably think its fun to sing a song at 11.00 one evening in 1973 ‘live’ in an artfully bleak BBC2 studio. It isn’t… it isn’t fun. As if, […]

New haiku

December 18th, 2009

  Come the Festive Tree Lights of blue along each branch Outline of a star. 3 new haikus have been added to the haiku page.

Who Believes in Father Christmas?

December 17th, 2009

His talent is boundless! Having mastered the Art of Calligraphy Greg Lake has applied his pen to create a ‘lithograph’ of the lyric of “I Believe In Father Christmas”. It is on sale now at his recently reopened online shop. And thus it came about that I conspired with Jo the Elf, resident artist here […]

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