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Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Just packing stuff ready to head over to Guildford tomorrow for GA Conference. Got a lot to cram in the car.
Listening again to REM at Royal Albert Hall from last week, and was reminded of this rather fine concert from my "youth"...

31 May 1989 - National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, England
support: Blue Aeroplanes
set: Pop Song 89 / Exhuming Mccarthy / Welcome To The Occupation / Turn You Inside-Out / Wolves, Lower / Orange Crush / Fall On Me / Feeling Gravitys Pull / Swan Swan H / World Leader Pretend / Finest Worksong / Get Up / Pretty Persuasion / Auctioneer (Another Engine) / It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)
encore 1: Stand / Sitting Still / King Of Birds / You Are The Everything
encore 2: Harpers / Summertime / Begin The Begin / Perfect Circle / Dark Globe / After Hours

Also doing a bit of planning for new projects.
Made a difficult decision today, not to apply for a wonderful opportunity at the University of Exeter: Ted Wragg Research Fellowship. Thanks to those who had helped me with my preparations.

Came across this excellent video which set me thinking about my SAGT presentation in October.

Nice work by Blair Erickson.

Also an interesting journal called AETHER.

OK, off to watch The Apprentice...
Hopefully see some of you at the GA Conference on Friday and Saturday. Come and say hello !

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At 9:59 PM, Blogger Kenny O'Donnell said...

The Blue Aeroplanes, a blast from the past!! Great REM set list too...


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