Wednesday, February 29, 2012

0900 DAKTARI

In the British Isles, it is a tradition that women may propose marriage only on leap years.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leap_year#Folk_traditions

One used, slightly soiled male available to the right lady, apply within

Thursday, February 23, 2012

i had a dream

That the wealthy in New Zealand rose up and demanded the govt stopped pampering them and giving them the best tax regime in the entire world (FACT) and started to demand equality for those at the bottom of our society.

They've prospered beyond their wildest dreams in the past 15+ years and have finally said enough.... "we don't want to live in a country that treats its underclass with such contempt" was the rallying cry.

I awoke in a cold sweat and fired off an email to Fran Sullivan demanding she write a column chastising the rich for being xenophobic trators

We must protect the very rich individuals and corporate entities right to buy that which we can't afford ourselves... and if the rich won't spearhead that call themselves its up to their lapdogs

peace was restored

I may never sleep again

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Dread

Today I'll be reading about the experiences and reality that so many have endured and continue to face in and around Christchurch due to today being the anniversary of last years big shake.

As ever it's going to be tough to hold back the tears as I confronted by life in my hometown.

I'm proud that my work has helped raise funds and support some whom are there but also acutely aware I want to do more, to somehow fix the unfixable. To mend the hearts and minds of those who have suffered so much.

Somedays I wish I had a Faith as I can see how those that do can lean upon that as a means to cope.

Peace, unity and strength to those who've shown countless times what it is to be human in a place and time of chaos.

*silence*

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Gah

Blown out my mobile data plan in two days

Retarded extra data fees here I come

Might have to revert to snail mail

Lol as if

Cutting back on whores and champagne more like

If only

Monday, February 20, 2012

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Sunday

Up at crack o dawn

Chat with drunks in inner city as I kill time

Breakfast with Ronald (yuck)

Fly home

Blob out listening to The Clean

Zzzzzzzzzz

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Musical adventures

In Wellington today

Can't wait to hear some good tunes, drink too much and to howl at the moon

Lookout!

Friday, February 17, 2012

It's Friday, Friday

And not a moment to soon

What a week

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

my new homes theme song

Tired

So so so tired

But I has the coffee

And the coffee

And the coffee

And maybe one more

Not a bouncy boy today

Which is sad as its puddles on the street day

Maybe a coffee to takeaway on the way to school

*insert boggley eyes*

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Friday, February 10, 2012

for some of us

moving house is very very stressful and an almost unsurmountable task

the allure of the cardboard fort is strong

perhaps if I called squatters rights and defended the place hard I won't have to move













on a serious note - looking for a decent afforadble rental in auckland currently - worst time ever

Wednesday, February 08, 2012

Saturday, February 04, 2012

say kids

Samples used:

1. Vocal sample ("Say kids, what time is it?") and sounds
Dialogue by "Buffalo" Bob Smith from the Howdy Doody theme song

2. Horn samples
Music from the film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

3. Drum samples, raps and "party time" singing
Kurtis Blow - Party Time

4. Drum and horn samples
Chuck Brown and the Soul Searchers - Bustin' Loose

5. Vocal sample ("Ah")
T La Rock - It's Yours

6. Clapping sample
Kurtis Blow - Christmas Rappin' (CORRECTION: THIS IS NOT A SAMPLE)

7. Guitar sample and vocal sample ("Huh")
Banberra - Shack Up

8. Scratching samples
Malcolm McLaren - World's Famous

9. Vocal sample ("Uh")
James Brown - Say It Loud - I'm Black and I'm Proud

10. Drum sample after Kurtis Blow rap
Hot, Cold Sweat - Meet Me at the Go-Go

11. Vocal sample ("Beat dis")
Afrika Bambaataa & the Soulsonic Force - Looking for the Perfect Beat

12. Bongo sample
The Incredible Bongo Band - Apache

13. Vocal sample ("Yo, clap, clap, clap")
Kurtis Blow - The Breaks

14. Conga sample
Sound Experience - Boogie Woogie

15. Vocal sample ("Say what")
Trouble Funk - Say What?

16. Vocal sample ("Drop the bomb")
Trouble Funk - Drop the Bomb

17. Vocal sample ("Sex machine")
James Brown - (Get Up) I Feel Like Being a (Sex Machine) (Live)

18. Vocal sample ("U-u-uh"...)
Fat Boys - Disco 3/Human Beat Box

19. Vocal sample ("And...")
D-Train - Music

20. Flute instrumental sample
Theme from The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, composed by Ennio Morricone

21. Go-go break and vocal sample ("P-p-pump me up")
Trouble Funk - Pump Me Up

22. Whistle sample
Ralph MacDonald - Jam on the Groove (CORRECTION: IT MIGHT BE FROM KOOL & THE GANG'S FUNKY STUFF)

23. Instrumental sample
Kool & the Gang - Jungle Jazz

24. Grunt samples
The Jimmy Castor Bunch - King Kong

25. Bongo sample and vocal sample ("All we need...")
Pumpkin and the Profile All-Stars - Here Comes That Beat!

26. Drum sample and vocal samples ("Ain't it funky" and "he-he")
James Brown - Funky Drummer

27. Vocal sample ("Now I'm...")
"I Wanna Be Like You" by King Louie, voiced by Louis Prima, from the film The Jungle Book

28. Vocal sample ("Fresh")
Fab 5 Freddy and Beeside - Change le Beat

29. Vocal sample ("Hit me")
James Brown - Get on the Good Foot

30. Instrumental sample and vocal sample ("Ha-ha-ha, everybody say...")
Grandmaster Flash - The Adventures of Grandmaster Flash on the Wheels of Steel (which samples Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five - Freedom and The Furious Five - Birthday Party)

31. Vocal sample ("Agitate...") and horn sample
Brother D and Collective Effort - How We Gonna Make the Black Nation Rise? (horns interpolated from James Brown - Living in America)

32. Sounds
Malcolm McLaren - Buffalo Gals

33. Horn sample
Trouble Funk - Let's Get Small

34. Vocal sample ("Goodnight, kids")
Dialogue by "Buffalo" Bob Smith from Howdy Doody

35. Gong sample and vocal sample ("Please, somebody")
Herman Kelly & Life - Dance to the Drummer's Beat

36. Vocal sample ("That means stop")
Dialogue from the film The Jungle Book