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Digest for Canterbury Music
Wednesday, October 25th,
THREE WEEKS LATER...
I'm sorry it's been such a long time since the previous
issue of WR. I've simply been away from home, but still as close
to the Canterbury world as possible. Here are a few words about
various gigs I attended, records I've listened to etc.
* 29th September : HADOUK TRIO - Paris, Satellit' Cafe
This gig was a sort of "release party" for Didier
Malherbe's new album, "Shamanimal". This is the follow-up to his
rightly acclaimed "Hadouk" of 1995. The duo of Didier and Loy
Ehrlich (who plays Hajouj, a traditional instrument comparable to
a bass, and keyboards) has now been expanded to a trio with the
addition of percussionist Steve Shehan, and goes under the
collective name of Hadouk Trio. Those familiar with Didier's
recent solo work will know what to expect : a delightful mix of
musical styles from all around the world, played on as many
different wind instruments (soprano sax, flute, alto clarinet,
ocarina, bamboo flute, and his latest discovery, the Doudouk),
very much a continuation of his seminal contribution to Gong's
"Shamal" album, "Bambooji". Bloomdido's mastery of all these
instruments is fascinating : a true magician of sounds and
melodies. Loy Ehrlich more than adds his own touch to the music :
one of the pieces is his own composition, and he is featured as a
soloist on keyboards. And Steve Shehan is the perfect counterpoint
to his colleagues, performing on a vast array of percussion
instruments (djembe, congas, sanza, derbouka, hadgini...). Seeing
them perform live is a treat. I'd only seen Didier perform his own
music at a 1993 duo gig with Shyamal Maitra, so I couldn't miss
this opportunity to hear him again. For my money, "Shamanimal" is
Didier's best album to date, along with "Fluvius". Get it !
* 1st October : CARAVAN - London, The Astoria
A showcase for HTD Records' roster of artists, this
concert also featured Amazing Blondel, performing their unique
blend of acoustic music, and a trimmed-down version of
Renaissance, featuring mainstays Annie Haslam and Mike Dunford
with new recruit Mickey Simmonds (Mike Oldfield, Fish, Camel, and
currently Mastermind) on keyboards (and past drummer Terence
Sullivan in the audience).
Caravan was present in its current incarnation, with
veterans Pye Hastings, David Sinclair, Richard Coughlan and Geoff
Richardson, and more recent recruits Jim Leverton, Doug Boyle and
Simon Bentall (all three have been part of the live line-up since
Caravan resumed gigging in 1996). The setlist was amended compared
to previous years, in order to support the band's new release,
"All Over You Too", a collection of 'revamped' versions of old
The concert opened with "A Very Smelly, Grubby Little
Oik", and continued with a mixture of "Battle Of Hastings" songs
and older tunes, including a superb "Nightmare" with an extended
viola showcase for Geoff Richardson and a smoking solo from Doug
Boyle. Another highlight was David Sinclair's medley, first played
on the 1994 Mirage tour, kicking off with the grandiose symphonic
section from "The Dabsong Conshirtoe", into "All Aboard", "Where
But For Caravan Would I Be", "O Caroline" (I must confess I *hate*
this rendition - only Robert Wyatt's voice can make this sound
right... more on that later!), "Backwards" and "A-Hunting We Shall
Go". The performance concluded with the usual crowd-pleaser, the
full version of "Nine Feet Underground", but there were no
encores, due to the Astoria's very strict time limitations.
10.30pm, everything closes down, or so it seems - there's some
kind of techno/disco going on afterwards...
* 2nd October : CAROL GRIMES/PHIL MILLER/MARK HEWINS -
London, The Vortex
Sadly, I missed most of that unusual performance as I
arrived late. The good thing was, they were playing "Calyx" when I
came in! The first set, I understand, had included "Above And
Below", so this was not strictly the "accompanied singer" gig I
could have expected. Sadly I only got the last 15 minutes or so.
Carol Grimes is still as impressive (what a voice!), and Mark and
Phil both proved very adaptable. It's rare to hear Mark play
extended solos, even on the last Gong tour, so hearing him
improvise on "Calyx" was much appreciated. I chatted with both
guitarists afterwards, and Phil told me he hopes to record his new
album in late November, after Pip's back from the USA. Most of In
Cahoots will appear on it, as well as Doug Boyle from Caravan, and
hopefully Mark Hewins too! Phil describes it as a "blues album",
but of course you'd be wrong to expect straightahead blues stuff.
Of course it will be very "milleresque"!
* 20th October : MAGMA/SOUP SONGS/GONG - Nancy, Jazz
A triple-bill like this couldn't be missed! This was a
rare "progressive" night in the Jazz Pulsations festival,
something that hadn't been seen since the 70s when Henry Cow and
Soft Machine performed at this festival!
Magma played most of the "Theusz Hamtaahk" trilogy with
their usual intensity. I never miss the chance to see them
whenever they play somewhere near. Christian Vander is still an
extraordinary drummer, and his young musical accomplices
(including Bernard Paganotti's son Antoine on vocals and
occasional keyboards) are (almost?) as good as the 70s line-up. 1
1/2 hour of pure delight.
Annie Whitehead's "Soup Songs" project was another matter.
I didn't know what to expect of this, probably because the idea of
covering Robert Wyatt's songs without him singing them seemed a
bit weird. I wasn't convinced by the results. True, excellent
musicianship was to be heard. The horn section had an impressive
Canterbury pedigree - Didier Malherbe on soprano and alto sax and
flute, George Khan on tenor sax (where had he been all these
years?), Harry Beckett on flugelhorn, and Annie Whitehead on
trombone (she played on National Health's "D.S. Al Coda" album
before embarking on a successful career under her own name). The
rhythm section was cooking - Steve Lamb and Liam Genockey. And
although a bit too much in the background for my taste (only one
real solo), Phil Manzanera provided interesting guitar effects.
Problem is, I couldn't really relate what was going on to the
"spirit" of Robert Wyatt's music. Its magic, to me, has a lot to
do with Robert's innocent, anti-virtuoso, approach to
music-making, which is also reflected in his fragile voice. Soup
Songs was the antithesis of that - cleanly-played big band music.
And vocalist/guitarist Ian Maidman only made matters worse. As a
matter of fact, Julie Tippetts could not make it to Nancy for this
gig, and Maidman sang all the vocals. Nothing could be further
removed from Wyatt's approach than what he did. He's probably
quite good at what he does, but playing tapping solos between
verses of "Alifie" is an heresy to me. The crowd seemed
enthusiastic, though. There were, granted, fine moments,
especially Didier's solos, George Khan's Windo-like squeaking
sax... But on the whole it all sounded wrong to me. I plan to
attend the London performance next month and reserve my final
opinion for then. Tracks played (not in correct order): "Sonia",
"Team Spirit", "Heaps Of Sleep", "September The Ninth", "Sea
Song", "Little Red Riding Hood Hit The Road", "Gharbzadegi", "Free
Will And Testament", "Alifie/Alifib", "Soup Song". Hope I didn't
Gong came last, after midnight. An unusual line-up -
Daevid Allen the only guitarist in sight, Didier Malherbe joining
Theo Travis on saxes/flutes, Gilli Smyth the one and only, and the
rhythm section of Mike Howlett and Chris Taylor. It started like
the same old "classic Gong" concert, with "You Can't Kill Me"
followed by excerpts from "Flying Teapot" and "Angel's Egg"...
Then instead of the expected "You" highlights, Gong went into
about 20 minutes of brand new material, concluding with the usual
"You Are I And I Am You". Having heard the new songs only once, I
can't comment precisely on them, except that they sounded like the
worthy successors to the Radio Gnome trilogy, with intense jamming
sections, great Didier melodies, Yoni space whispers etc. Daevid
impressed me particularly - he did a great job with his guitar,
even extended lead parts, almost to the point of a Steve Hillage
impersonation, not to mention his usual glissando magic. It's high
time we heard something new from Gong, and I for one am very
I guess that's about it for now. Please send in reviews of
Absolute Zero's tour and more contributions. I sense a certain
laziness from Rattlers' recently... Wake up, write to me, write to
PS: My apologies to those who wrote while I was away
expecting quick answers or WR updates on gigs etc. I hope no-one
missed any gigs because of that!
Date: Wed, 29 Sep 1999 23:04:20 EDT
My name is Eric Kaufman. I guess I got into the Canterbury
scene through my friend, Michael Gittleman, back in 1976.
Prior to that time, I was primarily into fusion and
In addition to being an avid listener of many different
types of music, I have also devoted a fair amount of time to
playing music. The music has primarily been free improvisation
(with both jazz and rock influences) and our group has been
together since 1978. To date, we have not released any material on
This year we recorded several sessions in Washington, DC.
The last of these sessions, recorded 9/4/99 (my birthday)
included the horn work of Dave Newhouse. We also recorded
back in January 1980, a gig at Vassar College, where we fronted
for Fred Frith. A fairly lousy recording of that concert
includes Fred's guitar on one of our improvisations.
Subject to the approval of Dave and Fred, we will probably
include some of Dave's (and possibly Fred's) involvement on
our first CD which should be available by the end of the
year. We are currently wading through the +/- 7 hours
of recordings and debating internally whether to release some
older material. You and your readership's feedback would be
As a sort of market research project, I was wondering
about the distribution outlets for this sort of music and
the general level of interest from the Canterbury community.
Keep up the great work you are doing with this site,
From: "Luna Negra, S.C."
Subject: FF + CC live in Mexico
Date: Fri, 1 Oct 1999 21:42:54 -0600
FFCC in concert in Mexico City. September 25th, 1999.
What a great concert this was! FF was amazing with his
guitar making all kind of improvisational music and what can I say
about CC, he's just the BEST drummer I have ever seen, along with
Daniel Denis and Christian Vander. The opening act was the Mexican
ensamble "El Engrane Amarillo". Very well indeed. They recorded
some improvisations with FFCC and there will be a CD sooner that
later. I didn't know why BANDA ELASTICA wasn't there as an opening
act. I think I'll ask the organizers about this!
I made an interview for the Spanish magazine MARGEN so
Juan José @ Luna Negra
Support The Bassoonist Club!
From: Gary Davis <email@example.com>
Subject: Manzanera, Caravan, Whitehead, etc.
Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 15:19:56 -0400
The latest Artist Shop newsletter is out and you'll find
it in its entirety at <http://www.artist-shop.com/news.htm>.
Meanwhile here are some excerpts of interest to Canterbury fans.
We have a lot of new and forthcoming releases on our
Phil Manzanera/Vozero - Phil Manzanera, celebrated
guitarist (most notably with Roxy Music),producer and songwriter
(John Cale, Brian Eno, Dave Gilmour, Steve Winwood, Nico, Tim
Finn, Robert Wyatt ) releases Vozero, his first solo album in ten
years. All the tracks on Vozero have been written by Phil
Manzanera. As well as guitar duties,for the first time he
also takes on the majority of lead vocals in both Spanish and
English. As ever, like his seven former solo albums, Vozero
features an impressive list of musician friends, notably Robert
Wyatt (on eight tracks), Andy Mackay, Nigel Butler (The Audience),
Chucho Merchan (Eurythmics, Pete Townsend) and Spanish rock star
Enriques Bunbury. Phil said, "Vozero comes from intuition and
feeling; the heart rather than the head. It reflects my Colombian
and British background, my years in Cuba, love won and love lost.
The words are drawn from my own experiences making it my most
personal statement. It has taken 25 years to find a way to express
myself vocally as well as instrumentally."
Quiet Sun/Mainstream - This recording took place at the
sessions for Diamond Head in 1975. It was a complex and intense
performance from Bill MacCormick - bass, Dave Jarrett - keyboards,
Charles Hayward - drums, Phil Manzanera - guitars, Brian Eno -
synthesiser and oblique strategies. The group had time for only
two brief rehearsals, with most of the tracks being first takes.
Many of the tracks share themes with tracks on Diamond Head. The
end result however is quite startling, with Mainstream sounding
like a collision between Lifetime, Soft Machine and The Velvet
Underground. In May 1975 Diamond Head was in the UK album
charts,while Mainstream was album of the month in August's Melody
801/801 Live - On Thursday September 3rd 1976, 801
played their third and
final gig to a packed house at London's Queen Elizabeth
Hall. One warm up
gig in Cromer and a Saturday evening appearance at the
completed their date list. 801 was organised by Roxy
Music guitarist Phil
Manzanera to fill the vacation that the group were then
musicians included Brian Eno (on keyboards, synthesiser,
guitar and vocals),
Lloyd Watson (slide guitar and vocals), Francis Monkman
(Fender Rhodes and
clavinet), Bill MacCormick (bass and vocals) and Simon
Phillips (drums and
rhythm generator). The music consisted of mutated
versions of tracks from
albums by Manzanera, Eno and Phil's pre - Roxy group Quiet
Sun, plus a full
scale aural assault on The Beatles "Tomorrow Never Knows"
and The Kinks "You
Really Got Me". This is a unique opportunity
to witness the awesome
intense atmospheric powerful performance of this short
lived group. This
recording has been remastered,repackaged and includes two
The Fat Lady Of Limbourg and Golden Slumbers and has never
been available in
this cd format before.
Julie Tippetts/Shadow Puppeteer - Julie Tippetts is one of
European vocalists in the field of contemporary jazz and
Her recording and performing career has taken her from the
early years of
soul/jazz/R & B with Brian Auger in the 1960's to
working with some of the
world's leading improvising musicians today. Her
extended use of the voice
as an instrument has led her to develop a vocal technique
boundaries of a conventional singer. She has
performed and recorded solo
and with groups such as Centipede, Ovary Lodge, Ark,
Mujician, The Georgian
Ensemble, The Dedication Orchestra and Keith Tippett's
Puppeteer is a suite of compositions and improvisations in
voice and various instruments (wind chimes, tambourine,
pianos, zithers and bells) are multi - tracked to showcase
the full extent
of her powers of expression and imagination.
Annie Whitehead/Home - Trombonist and jazz composer Annie
become highly respected for the quality and variety of her
work, both as a
jazz player and in the field of rock and pop music.
Joe Jackson, Robert
Wyatt, Carla Bley, James Blood Ulmer, Jah Wobble, Blur,
Dr. John, Abdullah
Ibrahim, and Jamiroquai are just a few of the artists who
have called on her
talents. She was also a member of Penguin Cafe
Orchestra, touring and
recording several albums with them. It was here that
she met her partner,
musical collaborator and producer Ian Maidman. Ian
is a multi -
instrumentalist who has played with George Clinton, David
Brady and The Penguin Cafe Orchestra. Annie
has become a key member of the
London jazz scene, working with Charlie Watts, Paul
Dunmall, Harry Becket,
Elton Dean, Evan Parker, Roswell Rudd, Paul Rutherford and
Home is a unique hybrid, a seamless mix of African music,
Latin and Salsa,
Jazz and Pop, rootsy and full of fat licks.
We have new releases on our HTD page
including Caravan/All Over You...Too - All Over You...Too
is the follow up
album to All Over You. A new collection of newly recorded
the band. Caravana are the leaders of the legendary
Canterbury scene and
this new album features Doug Boyle on lead guitar
(formally of the Robert
Plant Band) as well as Caravan stalwarts Pye Hastings,
Richard Coughlan and Geoffrey Richardson. Tracks include
Cthlu Thlu, Stuck in a Hole, The Dog The Dog, Bobbing Wide
On a personal note, I have to give a very strong
recommendation to Phil
Manzanera's new album Vozero. Definitely a great
album! Robert Wyatt is
all over it. When I first put it on, I enjoyed it so
much that I ended up
listening to it several times in a row.
The Other Road
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Subject: Canterbury Tribute
Date: Tue, 05 Oct 1999 11:01:17 -0500
Italy's Mellow Records has a new Canterbury Tribute cd
coming out this friday.
For info, go to: http://www.mellowrecords.com
From: Age Rotshuizen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Mark Hewins Page
Date: Fri, 15 Oct 1999 13:12:25 +0200
I've added a Mark Hewins page to my site today (Hulloder -
The Soft Machine
Pages). It is in a premature state but you can download
1. He Who Dares (Dean/Hewins duo live 1988)
2. Asthete's River Rises (unreleased Hewins track 1999)
(with artist's approval)
Or take the fast lane:
From: "David Voci" <email@example.com>
Date: 30 Sep 99 13:35:17 -0700
How are you doing my friend?
Have you ever considered have whats rattlin changed to be
a more live/interactive newsgroup?
I belong/contribute to the Fred Frith newsgroup, which is
live, and it is pretty interesting in this mode as comments happen
automatically and the amount of mails that come across are
sometimes alot, sometimes not alot but always pretty live and
within minutes of you sending them.
Just a thought as lately the WR's have been pretty minimal
with info...maybe some people are burned out or something and
having it more or less live might change things up a bit.
Feel free to post this in the next WR if you see fit.
[There are indeed certain advantages in automated lists,
but as a user I tend to prefer moderated, digest-form lists, where
someone actually takes the trouble of selecting what's worthy of
being included and presenting it in a more or less readable
version. On the other hand, a list such as WR has the disadvantage
of a lack of 'live' feel. But my primary aim is to provide
information, then make room for discussion. If someone were to
create an automated list, though, and took the trouble of dealing
with all the technical aspects, I would gladly subscribe to it ! -
From: "Jon Barley" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Caravan - If I could do it all over again, I'd do
it over you
Date: Wed, 6 Oct 1999 20:34:05 +0100
Dear Aymeric Leroy,
I was given your name by Mark Hewins at Musart. I sent him
an e-mail in
desperation as I am trying to get hold of a CD copy of 'If
I could do it all
over again, I'd do it over you' by Caravan. Do you have
any idea where I can
get hold of a copy?
I look forward to you reply.
From: Jean-Francois Verreault <email@example.com>
Subject: Gong related CDs for sale
Date: Mon, 11 Oct 1999 04:40:28 +0200
I have a few CDs I want to sell which may interest some of
Prices are in US$ and include postage. CDs are in mint
quality unless otherwise noted (none of them skip, of course).
Thanks for the space!
1975 a few
surface scratches 12$
Gas CD 001
Camembert outtakes 14$
Glastonbury festival 89
Malherbe & others 14$
94 Gilli Smyth / Robert Calvert 13$
Gilli Smyth & Mother Gong Every
Magenta / She made the world
1993 D. Allen
gliss. on Magenta 13$
The australian years
Studio works from
the eighties 13$
Australia Aquaria / She
1990 a few
surface scratches 12$
D. Allen / Banana Moon / Gong Je ne fume
pas des bananes
Legend KZLM 1505 1
pre-Gong 1967-69 14$
Daevid Allen Trio
Ratledge, Hopper 14$
Live at the proms 1970
CD Reck 5
a few surface
Live on TV 1990
code 90: ninety
a few surface
mid to late 60s
radio session in the 70s
with the extra
(you might think I'm selling my whole collection, but
I've kept a lot of them too!)
-- Thinking is the
best way to travel --
Noeud: http://www.total.net/~amnesie --
From: Gereon Richter
Date: Sat, 23 Oct 1999 22:54:28 +0200
I have been looking for the LP "Mouseproof" for a long
time but I do not know the label or where to get it.
Is it available on CD now?
Please email me!
From: gong-gas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Oct/99 Bong of all things Gong
Date: Fri, 1 Oct 99 13:19:19 +0000
NEW GONG STUDIO ALBUM
A vast amount has recording has been completed for the new
Gong studio album, only overdubs, throughout October, to go.
Didier came over from France a couple of weeks ago bubbling
melodies and Kangaroo Moon’s Mark Robson also had a day in the
studio with them. It’s all rather mysterious - sonic chefs at work
behind closed doors. In the middle of September I received a tape
of some of the basic rhythm tracks. And I can promise what I have
heard is very good!
There are many other potentially exciting aspects to the
deal with Snapper some of these include internet webcasts and
possible options on two further albums in the next three years. A
new trilogy for the beginning of the millenium perhaps? We’ll see.
GIANT GONG HISTORY
The very excellent english language Belgian Chrohinga Well
magazine began a while ago serialising what promises to be the
largest and most detailed history of Gong ever attempted. Issues
14 and 15 carry the first two parts, ‘My Head is a Nightclub’ and
‘Twist a St.Tropez’, respectively 9 and 10 page, A4 sized
articles. And they only get up to 1967! So as you can imagine
there’s plenty more facts and tales to go before we get anywhere
near up to date. If this series ends up anything like their
Hawkwind opus it will be quite something.
P.B. 38, 2600 Berchem-5, Belgium.
* * * *
A new Gong discussion forum/news spreading, cyber-pixie
kinda thing has recently appeared.
To join in simply send an e-mail to
putting SUBSCRIBE in the subject heading.
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GIGS and EVENTS
THOM THE WORLD POET
Wed 27th Oct UK- Horbury Library-Childrens Poetry
Workshop10-11.30am-Adult performance 7.30 pm with Alex Krysinski.
Gigs, shelter and support welcomed for this travelling troubadour
world poet! email@example.com tel
USA 512-416-7435 UK 01274-725-541
WITCH Brian Zero, Jackie Juno and Witch band have this
series of Village Hall hoolies booked.
Fri 29th Oct UK-Cornwall, Nr Bude: Otterham Village.
Hallowen Party -Dress to thrill. With DJ & bar.
Sat 30th Oct UK-Devon, Nr Tavistock:
Calstock Village Hall as 29th
Sun 31st Oct UK-Devon, Nr Torrington: The Gribble Inn as
29th. Free admission
Sat 6th Nov UK-Devon, Nr Chagford: Gidleigh Village Hall
JACKIE JUNO and her multi-media show ‘Osmosis’
Thur 9th Dec UK-Devon, Chagford:
Endecott House Admission by donation
Further Witch & Jackie Juno information tel:01647 231
GONG MATRIST with Gilli Smyth
Gilli, Pierce on bass, James on Keys and programming,
Aryeh on electric violin, harp and flutes.
Sometime after 24th Oct
USA-California-2 gigs: -to be confirmed
* * * *
LATEST GONG FAMILY RELEASES
Available now (all prices in UK pounds stirling)
CD Here & Now-Gospel of Free-Live 76-78 -GAS 12.50
A wild live, psychedelic experience with Here & Now
from the vaults. The accompanying 32 page booklet is crammed with
the photographs and artifacts, the history and thoughts and the
tall tales of those transforming times.
LP Gong-Flying Teapot -Get Back 12.50
New 180 gsm collectors vinyl re-release the first of the
famous Gong Trilogy albums. In next week.
CD Hadouk Trio-Shamanimal-Celluloid 13.50
Not available until16th Oct. The second Hadouk album. As
with all Didier’s releases pure brillance.
CD Goddess T- Electric Shiatzu-Voiceprint 12.50
Organic techno/trance. The band is Gilli Smyth, Orlando
Allen, Tone, Nick Spacetree with Mark Hewins and Daevid guesting
on many of the tracks, plus the help and input of a host of other
musicians and a whale! Highly good.
CD Brainville - The Children’s Crusade-Shimmy Disc 13.50
Daevid, Hugh Hopper, Kramer and Pip Pyle together as
Mind-bending psychedelic noise. Hard yet gentle, heavy yet
You want beautiful extremes...you got them here.
CD Daevid Allen’s University of Errors - Money Doesn’t
Make It -InnerSpace 12.50
Imagine Gong’s Continental Circus crossed with New York
and a splash of Camembert and you have a picture of this
A Rhythmic gliss and guitar fest. Truely wonderful and
there are two more albums by this band already recorded.
CD Kangaroo Moon - In Transit-K. Moon 12.50
Latest and best Moonie CD. Simply great. Like a huge
journey round the musical world on a Kangaroo...if you know what I
2LP Various-Open Air Berg Herzberg Think Progressive 16.50
(Sorry got the price wrong last time, forgot it was a
double). New 180 gsm collectors double LP vinyl release for a
collection of live tracks from this famous German festival. Gong’s
contribution is a 19 minute track called Would You Like Some Tea
recorded in 1997. Other bands incl Hawkwind, Faust, Guru Guru and
Man. Is this album destined to become a Greasy Truckers type
rarity of the nineties. We also have the CD version at 13.50.
LP Daevid Allen-Bananamoon-Get Back 12.50
New 180 gsm collectors vinyl re-release of Daevid’s first
album from 1970 with slightly different artwork in a gatefold
LP Soft Machine-Jet Propelled Photograph-Get Back 12.50
New 180 gsm collectors vinyl re-release of the 1967 Soft
Machine demos with totally different artwork from any other
issues, in a gatefold sleeve.
Surrealist Proverb for today: Cold meat lights no fires
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