for our American readers, that’s an English reference that the chaps can explain if there is interest. Meanwhile - back to the plot.
that is how many posts the chaps have delivered since we launched with number one on The 20th December 2016. That is a lot … we can barely keep up! Not sure how you all are doing it.
More than 1 a day, then. A little obsessive.?
In celebration of number two hundred we are changing it up a bit and launching a new ‘daily dose’ newsletter as well as offer a weekly curation. You can subscribe to those newsletters below - if you haven’t already. Meanwhile, you might enjoy some of these recent posts that you might want to go back to and revisit - or maybe even read for the first time. Trust us - even if you read them originally - you will find extensions in there.
Lost And Found Dept. – Music Section By far our most-commented piece, pushing into Punk and Politics, with a side of When I Were A Lad. Includes our first and last (?) pop pinup, imagine that, and Punk’s most fashionable and least sustainable couple.
How About Harry Styles? There is a world famous drummer that has offered to play for him. Not that he needs to - he just thinks that Harry is cool and has a vibe that vibes with his vibe, That said, you might be surprised at who that drummer is.
Remember Further musings on AI, programming and music Well quite apart from the rather interesting videos that got embedded there - the post expanded and well tickle me with a feather duster - comments galore appended!
Oh … and then the Maths v Math debate Turns out we aren’t talking ourselves judging by the commentary that appended itself to that post.
Mashups Proof that just because you can - does not mean you should, for example check out the third mashup we just added.
Remember the Drones post? There has been some additional conversation, video and even a potential time warp introduced.
More Vintage Music It was 50 years ago today, Sydney Barrett taught the band to play … Seduction, Pink Floyd Style. Has it aged well? All three Chaps have opinions (!), some new and original, one vintage itself.
All Around The Houses Good Yorkshire phrase, that. Started with trains, then just goes all over the place, covering music, language, history – and that’s just Page 1. Typical Chap stuff. Lots of comments. All good fun in its own rambling way.
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