Sunday, April 12, 2009

looking for truth with a


pin

see sidebar for Ivor Cutler site

13 comments:

Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

Neat! (Or is that "cool")

subtorp77 said...

Very interesting how he was willing to trade off his old life. I also took a look at the "Walking on a Farm" clip( you should use that one for the upcoming TT topic ) I think it would apply :)

R.L. Bourges said...

Thank you, cm. This is magnificent. Ivor Cutler is going up on my links.

best.

ArtSparker said...

Lugubrious fun, who knew?

the editor., said...

Hi! C.M.,
Thanks, for sharing the youtube clip and the Ivor Cutler link.
C.M., I must admit that I'am not familiar with Ivor Cutler yet, but
I am so "happy" for the introduction.

Deedee ;-D

Coffee Messiah said...

nick: Glad you took a peek.

subT: He was an interesting person from all accounts I have read over the years.

rlb: Glad you looked too.

artspark: He died a few years ago and many knew of him. I have most of his recordings.

dcd: I really enjoy people seeing the world through their creativity. Glad you took the time to look.

tony said...

Ivor's one of The Good Guys!

Kurt said...

Is the YouTube clip gone?

subtorp77 said...

Love the comment quote!

Anonymous said...

Coffee man, long time no see.
Been working on my Tea business and hope to have it up and running soon. But I said that a year or two ago also.
Glad to see you are still around.
To the person above, seek the pin and ye shall see.
My best as always to you Coffee.
Hawk

lettuce said...

well, you know what they say about pins

see a pin, pick it up....
and if you're lucky enough to find truth with it too...!

Squirrel said...

THanK you for the link

Coffee Messiah said...

Thanks for all your comments and for taking a look at his work.