The past two months have been idiotic, frustrating and grim for us here: but the light has been family and friends. So, our thanks to Lloyd Raworth and Hannah More for instantly taking us in; to Ben Raworth and Victoria Greaves, Bruno and Belinda Raworth, Aram and Ruth Raworth and Cato Raworth for constant attention and help; to John Wilkinson and Maud Ellmann without whose generous hospitality these past four weeks would have been impossible (and to Dr.Ulrich Muller for graciously sharing space); to Tom Pickard, Thomas Evans, Pat Coyle, Clive Unger-Hamilton and Cordellia Chitty for offering shelter; to Andrew Robinson for driving between London and Sussex several times to deliver and collect us; to Ian Patterson and Jenny Diski for driving us around in Cambridge and for pleasant companionship; to David Ball, David Southern, Dave Cook, Miles Champion, Nicole Peyrafitte for generous offers; to Keith Tuma for quietly being practical; to Justin Katko, a scrupulous publisher; to Alex van Someren for friendship and legal advice; and to all who have written and telephoned. To anyone I might have missed in this insomniac ramble, my apologies; and imagine my chagrin when I remember.
Into the blue today. See you all sometime.
Fritz Kuhn German-American Bund Rally Madison Square 1939
LSD Wendell Austin Wavy Gravy
Under the Street Lamp Joe Bataan Singin’ Some Soul
Aseeko! (Get Up And Dance!) Don Pullen & The African Brazilian Connection Live…Again
Sitting On Top Of The World B.B. King One Kind Favor
Calm Down Dearest Jamie T Panic Prevention
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