Oh bollocks I've just deleted my post. Oh well, it won't take me so long, the second time around. I've just turned the TV off, an unprecedented step. It's working. I'm typing faster already, but I can't stand the silence . I even took the uprecedented step of looking for a couple of CD's to play. I sorted out a couple of CD's Hothouse Flowers and David Bowie . I did not realise the David Bowie CD was his Greatest Hits 1974-1979. I didn't dislike his music, but I didn't like it either, so that came off before the first track was over. Hothouse Flowers didn't last much longer. They didn't match my mood. Far too lively. My mood is more relaxed and laid back. I'm tired, partly becuse I slept less than 4 and 1/2 hours. Well, Louise is home. Her first job was to take care of the CD's, eventually putting Van Morrison on, which was much more keeping with my mood. You could not get more laid back, than Van the Man. He is probably my favourite artist. I also like Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, Paul Weller, Jimmy Pursey, obviously The Undertones, The Jam and, Simon and Garfunkel, Manhatten Transfer, Benny Goodman, Chuck Berry, Bill Haley, Little Richard, Moving Hearts, Christy Moore, my second favourite Solo Artist, The Pretenders, U2, The Buzzcocks, Sandie Shaw, Cilla Black, Mary Black, Mary Coghlan, Moving Hearts, David Bowie, T-Rex, Marc Bolan, shame he died so young, The Pretenders, UK Subs, The Damned, The Sex Pistols, The Vibrators, Barry Manilow, Neil Sedaka. Carole King, Carly Simon, Brendan Shine, Horslips, Altered Images, Blondie of course. She was def my idea of a sex goddess. She was just pure sex. A few more names Bob Geldof, Iggy Pop, Joe Jackson, Elvis Costello, Stiff Little Fingers. The Smiths, Echo and the Bunnymen, Man, Bauhaus. Anyhow that's enough for now, you get a taste of my musical taste, so to speak.
While I was Social Secretary, I booked some great bands. The three most most famous were, Altered Images 50.00, The Pretenders 250.00, U2 500.00. Altered Images were a new band at the time, which was why they played for 50.00. They were of course, the support band that night, but they went down very well.
The Pretenders were of course, brilliant. Chrissie Hynde was a wonderful woman. I had quite a good chat with Chrissie Hynde. We got on very well. We used to take the bands into the bar, after they had dumped their equipment, in their dressing room, for a beer and a pint. Chrissie had a pint. Good girl. We then went upstairs for while and played pinball for a couple for a couple of hours. I did try and chat her up, but she was not interested. There was a rumour, circling around College, that I had slept with her, but sadly it was not true.
I will leave it there for now, as I am exhausted. It is getting more and more difficult to write my post. Hope I did not make any mistakes. Will check and post.
BFN. I will post again ater I have had a rest.