At some point twenty-odd years ago, when I still had a TV, in the very early hours of the morning I found myself watching an old film from 1967. The Witches was a bizarre anthology by five Italian directors, most notably Pier Paolo Pasolini and Luchino Visconti, from whose segment came the samples for this little confection. Luckily I was recording it on my video player...unluckily on long play, if anyone remembers that dreadful feature!
This is the only track in this collection to be made on my desktop. Enjoy!
The truth is I'm a much better writer than I ever was a musician. Have you read Big Bona Ogles Boy? Is it something you might enjoy?
Christmas is coming, and yet surely Mr Crabbit—yes, he who rules over the petty cash at Mr Bruff’s law practice—cannot be so distracted by its approach that he fails to berate Gooseberry for presenting him with a water-stained receipt. Something is clearly amiss, and the Victorian boy detective vows to find out what.
Join Octavius and his ragtag bunch of friends as they investigate a shadowy spiritualist medium recently arrived from Boston, Massachusetts, only to discover that somebody desperately wants her dead.
Or return to Muzak for Rarely Used Lifts...