September 21, 2011
A little hello from the afterworld by Terra Canaillo, being on the Moon with Henry Cow
A few years ago, I sat at a small campfire with a few former members of this band. It was a beautiful, long night, in the middle of three days full of music.
Going back home to Terra Canaillo, I had to drive very carefully, so high with all that music in my ears and feet and, well, everything everywhere anywhere else.
Now, being in the afterworld, I'm free to visit Uribistan and bring The Daily some sounds from this band: Henry Cow. Henry Cow was a kind of socialist collective, making experimental music (all their members studied music) from Great-Britain. The singer, Dagmar Krause, is german. The group consisted of three men and three women. And look at the drummer, he is great. He's still drumming like this, it is like water flowing through the air, evoking the spirits of Sound.
Their music was not easy, difficult to hear, but also very poetical. The right music to listen, being on the way to the moon. A Terra Canaillo's musical gift from the afterworld to Uribistan (in Uribistan the doors - and the ears - are open).
PS: please, don't miss the article about the pope in Germany, here below, written by our friend HH Murat Joy Tchundyk. Sending my article last night from the afterworld, I did not have seen that Murat also posted something new, maybe in the same time. The video of the pope, Murat put in, is very interesting: is it real, is it fake? Is it both? Nevertheless, he seems to me being exhausted as much as his predecessor John Paul the Second.