Friday, November 02, 2012

The Freestyling Hour


So Mr Perry, what were the skies like when you were young?

"Bonkers"

I am grateful to the Laird Of Lanark for bringing this to my attention.

And I shall require a beverage.

The Orb featuring Lee 'Scratch' Perry - 'Golden Clouds' (2012)

16 comments:

  1. I'll join you in a drink Mr H. Rum and Solpadol go really well. Have put my back out again!

    btw - I'm too much of a pleb to be a Laird but thanks for the shout out.

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  2. Laird O'The Rum And Solpadol, you can tell him by the creak and crack of ancient bones. Just enjoyed a Southern Jessie Brakspear Bitter but moving on to the Vina Sol shortly, as is my way. Cheers.

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  3. I do like some Vina Sol.

    Also I would like to apologise upfront for any incoherent ranting later on it will be the drugs and booze.

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  4. Alreet. Beastly night 'round these parts. Expect to see werewolves on the wet n windy moors tonight. Pint of Black Sheep for me Glo' and 3 bags of those scampi fries; the ones that make yer fingers smell fishy!

    So drew .. how's the Irn Bru buyout going. Have they moved to Essex yet? And when Scotland goes all Independent like, what will your military consist of - 3 rowing boats, a sopwith camel and Moira Anderson in a tin hat?

    *Lights touch paper and stands well back* ...

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  5. It will not come to pass Dickie and if it did where would the British Army get all it's cannon fodder? The Daily Mail readers wouldn't allow that many Nepalese families into their green and pleasant land.

    Another round over here Gloria and another couple of them painkillers.

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  6. Greengrocer's apostrophe there Drew, second warning.

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  7. *drew inserts banana's up panda's arse*

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  8. I was thinking more of ripping the heid aff the bloody panda, Dickie!

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  9. Top song.
    Don't rile Drew on a Friday night. With backache.

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  10. from a rather good long player SA, not quite as good as Baghdad Batteries but up there.

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  11. Anybody watch the weller stuff on bbc4?

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  12. Yes simon. The beeb cant get enough of him these days. Expect a 'love in' with Wiggins soon. Was a time in the late 80s when Weller couldnt get a look in.

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  13. Yeah, he's everywhere for sure. He was on the radio with Wiggins just this afternoon funnily enough!

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