Tardis-like, it has reappeared in Melbourne for a couple of months as part of the Melbourne festival. As always, there are so many potentially interesting bands to go and see! Tonight we made a good start by seeing “Deborah Conway and Friends”, or “…and paid acquaintances” as they were introduced. An entertaining set, lots of jokes and chatting with the audience — its the sort of venue that encourages that. Finished off with Man Overboard, after many frantic calls from a couple of women in the audience. “How old is this song?”, I wondered out loud… “twenty years”? “Couldn’t possibly be”, claimed from a friend, “that would make me too old!” Aha! January 1983, The Waiting Room EP, so that’s twenty two and a half years ago!
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A moving story….・ 2 mins
Take three abodes; in order these are a one-bedroom flat, a two-storey two-bedroom townhouse and a two-bedroom house. Starting conditions are one person lives in the first, two people live in the second and both the first and third are full of furniture — in the case of the town-house heavy, obscure, antique wooden furniture. Our mission, which we did in fact volunteer for, was to assist in moving half the furniture from the flat to the new house, half the furniture from the flat to the town house, and half the furniture from the town house to the new house... [cont.]