Thursday, December 15, 2005


Next time I wake up
Things will be different
Things will have changed
Next time I go to bed
Will be the last time I'd have said
Won't feel like this again

Next time I wake up
Time would have run its course
Lives would be won and lost
Next time, if there is one
Will be a moment I embrace
Won't let it run away no more

Oh Lord, I will vibrate! I will vibrate!

Live for the moment, take in the moment before its gone
Stay with the moment, stay with the moment all night long

May have been a stupid boy
Wasted opportunities
All part of being young
But next time when I wake up
I will grab a piece of it
Bring my spirit home

When I meet my maker
And he asks what is it I've done
I'll lift my head and say
For once I gave it everything
Didn't hold back anything
Gave myself away

Oh Lord, I will vibrate! I will vibrate!

Live for the moment, take in the moment before its gone
Stay with the moment, stay with the moment all night long

Why deny the being, physical or fake
Try to fight the feeling, it's difficult to take
I won't let go 'cause its in my soul
And like rock n' roll it's gonna shake this place

Live for the moment, take in the moment before its gone
Stay with the moment, stay with the moment all night long

I will vibrate!



Blogger Bob K said...

Fantastic Simon!
Many thanks!

6:37 PM  
Blogger fluorescein said...

Wow! Besides I can't wait to hear it, I am speechless.

I can't wait to hear it.


6:44 PM  
Blogger PTfan said...

Simon, that's me! 'Cept I may have been a stupid girl. And you can turn it into a wonderful song! Can't wait to hear it.
Thanks Simon.

7:22 PM  
Blogger paul B said...

Whenever I get the chance, I love to read lyrics before hearing them played. You never truely know what to expect when you listen to the song the first time but you have a foundation. Then you end up hearing alternate versions, live jams etc, but you still get that same vibe.

Weak lyrics are just no good and I commend you for your consistant thought-out work. Vibrate looks awesome and I look foward to hearing it!!

Thanks a million

Paul B

7:29 PM  
Blogger Nabonidus said...

Hey cool! I like that! And I like the fact that you are brave enough to make mistakes to risk a new song. That's awesome. I'm glad you are going to do some upbeat songs, I need that.
Thanks Simon.:)

7:31 PM  
Blogger Nabonidus said...

Ooops,I worded that awkwardly.
I meant that I like that you are willing to take the risk - new songs are worth it. It's worth the chance that you might make a mistake. But you probably won't, anyway!Doesn't matter.
And the words to this are killer! They flow.
By the way, Simon, you've been inspiring me musically, so much!
I meant to say that, if I haven't.
You really let go when you play,
I'm learning a lot from you.Trying to have more confidence and relax more when I play, for one.Let myself go.For another, it's ok to be...sensual
in my music. It doesn't mean I'm trying to be Brittany spears to let a little "charm" show through. Sorry for being so candid, but this is what I'm learning from you ( and Rachel).I don't have to hide behind things, be afraid to be attractive to people.
Thanks again for cheering me up, this is so cool. Brand new music to look forward to!:D

9:48 PM  
Blogger Mike S said...

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10:46 PM  
Blogger casbah convert said...


4 years - gone but never forgotten

2:13 AM  
Blogger Ron said...

Those are wonderful lyrics Simon, Thank you very much for sharing them with us.


2:22 AM  
Blogger Mike S said...


I was just watching a DVD of the
British Rock Symphony I recently
purchased of a Japan import.
Your version of 'Black Bird'
is astounding indeed!!!Brilliant!

2:25 AM  
Blogger E.L. Wisty said...

I like this, seizing the moment, the opportunity. Great lyrics! Looking forward to hearing this with music.

3:57 AM  
Blogger Mike S said...


Let me know when you received the
Mercury Lounge 2002 DVD from Bob.

I'm at


4:10 AM  
Blogger James Casey said...

Ah, words to live by indeed.

Thanks, Simon.

5:53 AM  
Blogger AndyW said...

The lyrics make me want to Vibrate!


7:19 AM  
Blogger Alecia said...

That's awesome Simon! Thanks for posting that.

I wanna vibrate too! Hearing that set to music should do the trick.

Ain't that the truth - moments lost, all we have to do is have the courage to be conscious!

VERY Cool!

7:57 AM  
Blogger KennyAberdeen said...

thanks for that Simon - Stuart would have loved it.

8:24 AM  
Blogger Nabonidus said...

The words remind me of something I read once, Shakespeare ( let's see if I get it right)
" Oh sweet moment, stay awhile. You are so fair." I always loved that.
I need to remember to be in the moment more.

I'm sorry to hear about your friend,
Simon( I'd swear I didn't see that before now!). I hope it wasn't...well
I just hope that he has peace now, if he didn't before. My words feel
inadequate, sorry. :(

9:42 AM  
Blogger JackJumpedOverTheMoon said...


Just ordered the CD and shirt. Paypal was being weird last night, not sure what was going on...

"When I meet my maker
And he asks what is it I've done
I'll lift my head and say
For once I gave it everything
Didn't hold back anything
Gave myself away"

This is my favorite verse. Wonderful lyrics on this one overall. I'm disappointed cause I won't be able to hear you play it on ITA tomorrow, Calculus final exam. :(

Everyone needs to write good reviews so I know how it was!!!

Good luck, break a leg, be great. (Of course you will!)


10:34 AM  
Blogger Storm said...

I cannot believe it has been 4 years since he died. May he rest in peace.

12:20 PM  
Blogger PTfan said...

Wow. Four years ago today. When I saw your dedication I looked him up on the internet and found that out.I'm sorry. Were you close to him Simon?

12:44 PM  
Blogger Lucky Buck said...

I'm glad to see you're putting the unexpected break to use, Simon.

I love the themes you've introduced to your work lately: penis removal and vibrators. Rock on!!


1:35 PM  
Blogger Mike S said...


I read these wonderful lyrics in
the wee hours of the morning a
bit tanked and did not realize
what I was taking in.This afternoon
I re-read them and realized indeed
what I took in.Absolute beautiful
tribute to Stuart.Love could save
you and the lack of love can send
you spiraling down into the black
hole.I won't say anymore,but I
remember when I read the news
about a certain love in his life
that broke his heart.I've been
down that black hole with a bottle
and no latter to climb back up
but was always pulled out by
reaching hands.The hands didn't
reach that December day.Simon,
you are a warm sensitve soul
with vital compassion and

1:44 PM  
Blogger Suesjoy said...

This is beautiful. Are you going to sing it tomorrow? Hope so.
Take care,

2:39 PM  
Blogger Nabonidus said...

I don't know what happened but I get the idea. :(
What people don't realize is that it's not easy to say "help me, I am in a personal hell and I wish I was dead.
But I don't really want to die"
There's pride, futility.Shame. Granted,if one is lucky there are people around to see and force the issue somehow.
I tried to kill myself about 10 years ago. I was desperately unhappy, trapped in a bad marriage, etc. I just got quieter and quieter. It wasn't drugs, or alcohol. It was more a heartbreak/ depression issue. I made a more...hard core effort and wound up in the hospital for almost a month,took me almost two years to walk properly agian, etc. and of course also had maaaass counseling which was a good thing.
And here I am. I had even more people around at the time, but I was too proud and too...ashamed I guess, of not being happy. Why wasn't I like everyone else? So I just didn't tell anyone or ask for help. I didn't even leave a note.
I've had a lot of personal loss the past couple of years. My parents, my ex ( divorce), my first love and friend of 20 years died recently.The
guy that taught me how to play guitar. I miss my dad.
I am really blue right now.
Kinda freaked me out when I read Simon's post last night ...I dunno. Simon, this all was a weird coincidence for me.
You really picked up on my depression plus the anniversary of Stuarts death, whew. :(
The hard part of saving yourself
can be asking for your friends to help you. And to not isolate yourself. I am obviously trying hard not to isolate myself this season. :(
Sorry to get so heavy there. xoxoLisa
Don't worry anyone, I'm not suicidal
or anything. But if anyone is feeling like that, reach out to someone, don't be too proud!

2:55 PM  
Blogger Nabonidus said...

I came back to say :
I'm glad I'm alive. I am a miracle, according the docs and nurses. I'm glad I didn't succeed, though I should have.
I couldn't have forseen meeting all my blogging buddies and watching the killer concerts from my computer. Living at the beach. Etc.
It's good to be alive, even if I'm sad.I was lucky that I lived to regret it.
Thanks for listening , Simon.

3:20 PM  
Blogger Alecia said...

Nabonidus your last post gave me chills. You are so right, if ever your that down, please talk to someone. In a depressed state its really hard to see that "this too shall pass." If we can look at our lives above all the drama, maybe we can get to that place in our heart where love is the ruler. To know and feel with all of our being that love somes from within, instead of thinking it comes from outside of us. Relationships provide the opportunity to express or mirror the love that we are. If one can look at life like this it helps get through the rough spots. It has me for anyway.

3:31 PM  
Blogger casbah convert said...

"Dedicated to the memory of Stuart Adamson" - very nice AFTERTHOUGHT Simon.

The dedication wasn't there to begin with so now after my earlier post you see an opportunity to touch the hearts of "fans of a band who no longer exist" (at least I think that is how you described us??

Where and when will it end?

4:59 PM  
Blogger JackJumpedOverTheMoon said...


The gesture is still a nice one, you twat! What is your problem?


5:12 PM  
Blogger SimonT said...

I was lucky enough to know Stuart personally. He was a deep and thoughtful guy who I would have loved to have known better but unfortunately it wasn't to be. I didn't know that it was the anniversary of his death until you posted on my blog and I thought it appropriate, as an afterthought, to dedicate my new lyric to his memory. May he rest in peace.

5:15 PM  
Blogger SimonT said...

p.s. when and where will YOU end?

5:15 PM  
Blogger paul B said...

I think it was a nice and very appropriate gesture Simon...

6:42 PM  
Blogger lryicsgrl said...

No one should feel alone.

The light at the end of the tunnel, it does shine.

Thanks for the lyrics. And for your heartfelt gesture in memory of a friend.

Heart & Soul!

7:57 PM  
Blogger Nabonidus said...

Thanks for the kind thoughts, Alecia and Simon ( and everyone else), the point wasn't missed. Enjoy each moment. Be truly alive. Don't live,wallow in regret for mistakes of the past.

And life is to GD short to let trivial bullshit bother you. Or nitpicky people with weird, unknown agendas.Ok, so I added that part in. :)
But thanks you all here for being so sweet.It's really been helping my blues and hopefully others, too xoxoLisa

9:49 PM  
Blogger tony lowe said...


That is a beautiful and heartfelt lyric.

‘Casbah Convert’ is obviously a sad wanker with nothing better to do than have a go at people with real talent and songwriting skills. So what if it was an afterthought to dedicate it to Stuart. Those of us that know you are aware that it was totally genuine.


5:07 AM  
Blogger fluorescein said...


I agree with Tony and want to add that it was a great gesture as well.

Good luck tonight. For thos of us that cannot attend, could you post your thoughts and set list here?

Take care,

5:31 AM  
Blogger Nabonidus said...

Hey Bill, that's a great idea! I remember after the Basement Jam I came here wondering if Si was going to post any thoughts on the experience. You know, stuff like " I thought my Save me was particularly strong tonight, had a little trouble with the tuning on The girl from NY..." Etc. That would be awesome.

Heh, and I noticed a part during "sex change" where he came over to the side camera and smiled, I'd swear it was like he was saying to us all "hello bloggers!"
So I agree, Bill, I hope Simon does post some afterthoughts,observations or something.Good idea!KOR
p.s. starting to develop a theory
about CC - I think it's Steve the T.

6:53 AM  
Blogger Nabonidus said...

S the T claimed that he knew R and S,
said as much over at R's. When he made odious claims over there. He forgets what he says in the heat of the moments, so that these little clues come back later. I'd straight up fucking filter CC if you can. If it's possible to block one person. I'm not the most savvy at the technicalites but I'm good with people and good with remembering little details that tell
me somethin' ain't right. I even wondered right when CC came on the scene if it wasn't S the T come back. I think it's S the T. the more I consider little details and timelines, it's clear.

7:02 AM  
Blogger Alecia said...

Lisa - I am glad anything I might say could help. I agree, that would be cool to read Simon's thoughts on the evening. I'll probably check in at some point with ballarinagurl's chat too. She's a sweet lady. I couldn't get a ticket through WorldPay cause of the browser I use. She offered to help anyone out that has having the same problem.

Si - Don't let one bad apple sour the whole bunch! We know your heart is in the right place.

8:35 AM  
Blogger Nabonidus said...

Hey Alecia, that would be nice to see you at the chat!I tried to post at your blog yesterday but I accidentally lost my post there, don't know..
But I was also going to mention, Simon, I hope everyone does Shine together again! That was so incredible.Just amazing. Now tHAT'S some life affirming music, right there!
Although of course it's too late to put in requests, I suppose. :)

8:58 AM  
Blogger Bri said...

Simon, This is really a great lyric and emotion. I would love to hear it with music. I don't know the story behind your friend's death but I have heard some of his music. Thank you for sharing this.

I lost a dear old friend to suicide years ago and you know, I still think of her so often. I read her letters from the 1970s and '80s sometimes and have just made the decision to share them with her family. She left behind two kids who are now adults. She used to write poetry and send it to me, that sort of thing. I see her letters as journals of a sort, and I think her children would appreciate them. I asked her ex-husband for his opinion and he was supportive of the idea.

Our friends live on in us, in their music and art, and in their families of course.


10:12 AM  
Blogger Kid Ric said...

Hey Simon,

Really looking forward to your performance tonight.

Break a leg my friend.

Peace, love and light.

10:21 AM  
Blogger Gary said...

Simon, wow, what a lovely piece of writing, so fluid.

It was so sad about Stuart's death. One always wonders if there was anyone out there who could have saved him, but he could only save himself, but was unable to. A tragic loss for the music world.

11:58 AM  
Blogger fluorescein said...

Good Luck tonight Mate!

12:00 PM  
Blogger casbah convert said...

so now I am being censored???

Why was my last post removed??

All I said was that I was saying things how they looked to me - what the hell is wrong with that?

1:11 PM  
Blogger SimonT said...

Casbah Convert - This is not a message board for you to come and slag me off. You only come here for one purpose. You did not even comment on the lyric I posted, you only came here and left your mark in your usual harsh manner. I think I agree with Tone!

1:27 PM  
Blogger casbah convert said...

But it is ok for you to be totally disrespectful to the thousands of fans of Big Country - "a band that no longer exists" as you stated. That was a terrible slight on every Big Country fans' character to have posted that.
On a similar vein though - how many Beatles fans would you confront with the same statement??

These are the same Big Country fans that Casbah Club initially targeted - there was never any similar CC enthusiasm shown on any "Jam" or "Who" sites was there?

That is all in the past now and as I said in my deleted post, all I was doing was expressing an opinion

1:40 PM  
Blogger Gary said...

Casbah Convert

It's Christmas, give us all a break will you.

2:05 PM  
Blogger Nabonidus said...

WOW, that was powerful stuff! I had
to stop in to tell you, that was GREAT. Thanks so much for playing that, I jsut can't even talk. That's
when you know I'm blown away.
That was awesome.xoxolisa

p.s. Life's too fucking short to deal with assholes. Just delete him unquestionably.Don't even bother replying. Who the hell cares what this psycho-dumb-fuck whiner has to say?lolol
He can go write his spew at his own blog. That's what it's for. It's S the T , anyway. Worming his way back in to you all's lives.
Delete the bastard!lolol :)
Thanks for cheering me up, Simon.:)

2:53 PM  
Blogger casbah convert said...

who the hell is "S the T"? (I presume you are not referring to Simon)- I am interested in why people seem to have a downer on him/her.
I am a fan of Big Country and through that association had an introduction to Simon's music - saw him support BC accoustically twice in the mid 90's. I then saw him with Casbah Club 6 times and enjoyed it immensely, finding the band much more rock oriented than with the original vocalist. At these gigs, the largest cheer and biggest crowd reaction was when the BC songs were done, illustrating how much of the original fan base was from the BC camp. I was extremely offended at the post regarding following a band that no longer exists (as were all BC fans I know).
Why is expressing your opinion considered as "whining" when it is not a positive opinion? Wouldn't life be dull if we all had exactly the same opinion about everything?

3:04 PM  
Blogger lryicsgrl said...

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4:15 PM  
Blogger lryicsgrl said...

I couldn't get onto the site tonight.
I was a little bit disapointed.
But being an adult, I realized that the best remedy for this disapointment, would be a LIVE show here in NY. I would even go to NJ, PHILLY, BOSTON. I won't be too picky!
I have it on good authority that you are absolutely amazing & brilliant in concert.

I have much admiration for you.


4:18 PM  
Blogger lryicsgrl said...

Hey CC
How about trying a little tenderness?
I tried to come to your blog directly, but you won't allow it.
Why do you think it is okay to come here and voice your opinion?
Yet, you don't return the kindness, and open yourself up. Why don't you let others express their thoughts to you, give it a go. See how you like it!


4:15 PM

4:19 PM  
Blogger PTfan said...

Hi Simon. Thanks for the Christmas gift of your songs i the Attic tonight. I posted a few sentence comments as they happened. I kept it real short. You were spectacular as usual. Thanks a million

5:01 PM  
Blogger fluorescein said...

Hey Convert,

Didn't your master Ian put a moratorium on negative Casbah Club vibes on his site (in fact anything negative gets deleted by him)? Please obey him over here as well!

Get over the whole "band that doesn't exist" thing. Really, The Jam doesn't exist anymore, The Who doesn't exist anymore nor does BC - big deal.

5:01 PM  
Blogger AndyW said...

Excellent Christmas show tonight.
Your new songs are sounding wonderful.

5:43 PM  
Blogger Nabonidus said...

Sorry for my rant, Simon. lolol My colorful, hearfelt rant.
I'll yank it if you want,or you can yank it, I won't get offended if you do. It's just that it's all very clear now what is going on.
And I want to make sure it's known. I swear I'm tempted to make a diagram, a chart.LOLOL You guys would trip on all the little slip ups and clues. lol
I would not even try to deny if I were the person, I am ready to bring it. So to speak. That was a friendly warning.
Back the hell out of this room and close the door.Seriously.I'm trying to be nice. :)
I guess I have a good memory, certain things stand out in my mind,
and when they do, I am able to go back and look things up and they match.All along this has happened here.
But if I talk about why various things are all so obvious, the person will get ideas on how to be more clever.
It's that nut, though, I'd bet you a
hundred bucks. Was all along.
Again, I will yank my previous post,
if you want.

5:48 PM  
Blogger Marietta said...

The lyrics are so moving.
The songs you played tonight were brilliant!
Thank you so much!

Casbah T-Shirt and CD arrived this morning!!!!
Will listen tomorrow morning with my coffee and come back at you...


6:06 PM  
Blogger ginab said...

Very much enjoyed hearing and now reading your new song, "Vibrate". I appreciate spiritual growth. Something here strikes me Mississippi. Maybe, maybe not. Who do you listen to? Which ones from the blues?

On the lyrics, I'd like to see/hear the opening repeated.

Next time I wake up
Things will be different.....///
Won't feel like this again.

And even, if I can say this, (I will) in place of questioning anyone. Why deny and so forth. The song is a testament to growth, and the power of this, for me, is interrupted by I think an unintentional direct address to an ambigous you of sorts. Just something I noticed, and I think would make the song real tight.

I loved the performance. Your voice is tender and strong, ripe and sterling. Your guitar playing, stellar. Thanks for posting here.

6:38 PM  
Blogger Gary said...

Simon, I wanted to stop by and let you know how much I enjoyed your new song. Excellent stuff. Keep it up.

6:54 PM  
Blogger Nabonidus said...

Oooh Marietta, you got yours? Hmm...
I'm going to start looking for it in the mail.
Ginab, wasn't it awesome? I was weeping, outright. I don't even care if anyone knows it. And I'd swear Rachel and Pete looked moved themselves. When the camera panned over and showed them from the side.
Absolutely amazing and stunning and
beautiful. I was struck speechless,
no small feat. lollol
And you didn't mess up, Simon, it was perfect! It was so sweet how nervous you were, it IS scary doing new songs in front of people. I completely understand! You nailed it, hell yeah. :D
Thanks for being such an inspiration to me and for having so much heart.

I bought a new guitar yesterday, it's acutally used. But I like it, and I realized tonight that the body of it looks like that black guitar of yours.It's a reddish hohner that I fancied, and I bought a little elctric Peavey,too. A little thing more for rockin. Utilitarian. Since they were used, the prices were right. I'm going to be doing some riffs and showing them off in some webcam clips later.You should come check out my not so-terrible-cam clips
What kinda guitar is that black one?
My "new" Hohner is electric/acoustic.
I went for what felt and played right for me.
Hey, hope you get that new song recorded soon, if you haven't!

7:04 PM  
Blogger Alecia said...

I'd like to "stay with the moment all night long" too! Freakin hell that was really awesome!!! I'm so glad I video taped the whole show, is that bad? I promise not to sell it! :) Its got those horizontal lines running through it anyway! If you blink fast enough it all kind of evens out!

The song about "Those Eyes" really killed me though, tears were flowing that was SO BEAUTIFUL!!!! THANK YOU Simon! What a privilege to see you perform these songs when they are so new! That song in particular hits me at home, in my body, in my very essence! WOW! Please hurry and get that one on a CD before I wear down my DV tape! :-) How will I ever sleep tonite, still vibrating?

8:07 PM  
Blogger TomHenderson said...

CASBAH CONERT does not deserve to be spoken to like you people have spoken to him,free speach for all ehy,why just have a blog with just good comments why not a few bad ones aswell or constructive coments?i live up north were we all get on and cant spell,leave casbah club alone you lot and get your heads out of your arse,there is more to life that telling simon,pete and rachel how good they are all day,,peace

8:17 PM  
Blogger Mike S said...

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9:36 PM  
Blogger Mike S said...


You DO NOT talk that kind of
language to a female.

You are young.You are dumb.
So we Americans will give you
a break this time.Meanwhile,I
got my eye on you,you cross
dressing beaut.

10:17 PM  
Blogger TomHenderson said...

sorry if insulted anyone,blame the 8 pints of special brew

1:03 AM  
Blogger Steve H said...

Simon - you sounded great last night. What a great song Vibrate is.

Have a great Christmas and here's looking forward to 2006 which I'm sure will be fantastic.

Steve H

1:09 AM  
Blogger casbah convert said...

Lisa (nabodinus) - post your email address and I will contact you with my Paypal account details so you can esend me the 100 bucks you so kindly bet - I haven't a clue who you think I am but I am not.
Also, please note that I have not been abusive to anyone.
Chill out babe - you are the only one who seems to be getting worked up in here.

Oh and by the way, Fluorescin - what are you on about "My master Ian"???? You have lost me

2:55 AM  
Blogger paul B said...

casbah convert...


Paul B

5:37 AM  
Blogger whomygeneration said...

Hey great to be here.
Chill guys.
Free speech should be allowed and welcomed.
Merry Christmas to all.

5:58 AM  
Blogger Marietta said...


I've just listened to Casbah CD and IT ROCKS!!!!!
Your voice is amazing!!!

I hope I see you perform live again soon!


7:49 AM  
Blogger lryicsgrl said...


I love these people who are all for free speech, but they don't leave us a place to speak to them.

Free speech works both ways.Don't you think?

7:50 AM  
Blogger tony lowe said...

Hey Simon,

We were able to see the first hour of the webcast. Loved 'Vibrate'. Very intense vocal and a great lyric.
Nice one!

9:53 AM  
Blogger Michael said...

Breathless Simon... I love watching you again. Like when I first listened to you..what 20 years ago? Holy smoke...You have a great style and way of presenting yourself on/off stage. I have a great feeling about this time we are in and big things are going to happen....I cant wait...and God Bless William Stuart.....michael :)

11:10 AM  
Blogger SimonT said...


11:17 AM  
Blogger Mike S said...


11:23 AM  
Blogger E.L. Wisty said...

Merry Christmas Simon and everyone! It was a real Christmas present to hear the music to these lyrics!

12:06 PM  
Blogger Mike S said...

I like to throw the "F" word
around a bit being that I grew
up hearing it in the house and
in the streets so it's a hard
habit to break,so fuck it,check
it out :O)

Have a good laugh with this 60
second film below:

12:59 PM  
Blogger Nabonidus said...

Aw, Merry Christmas to you,Simon! I've got my tree up finally. :)

I actually just checked in to say:
Weird coincidence, I think my new guitar IS very much like yours, I totally didn't know that until now. I was trying to find more details about it online just now, and someone had posted that it was a Chet Atkins copy ( my "new" guitar)...last night in chat Kid Ric made a reference to your guitar being like one that Chet Atkins plays. Coincidence,
I swear, I am clueless on what kind of guitar yours is! I didn't do that on purpose!:)
AFA anything else,I am behaving myself now out of respect for you and certain others.But that's the only reason. I believe every word I said.I'm sorry for my rudeness in your space, my tolerance for bs and negativity is low these days.

But I also wanted to say again,
I am just amazed at your songs.They made me happy and it felt good to be alive when I was listening to them. I almost wish I'd missed the chat so that I could've paid more attention to the song that Alecia spoke of, "Those Eyes", I admit I've been kinda following your fingers trying to experiment with some of the chords you play. I've noticed that you tend to play a lot of different, more unique chords.I really like that.
And Alecia, I'm so jealous you recorded it! I would so love to see it again. xoxoLisa
p.s. I have some pics up of the new guitars. My new Hohner is a...( let me see here)..
Hohner professional Model no.TWP West-SB acoustic/electric.
The Peavey is a raptor exp.
I swear I must've subconsciously
picked up your guitar and stored it
in my memory.
I just liked the way this hohner felt and played. I haggled and got a good price.
Again thanks for everything!Bye!:)

1:49 PM  
Blogger PaulBLpool said...

Getting a bit heavy on here tonight!

There's enough crap going down in this world guys without filling this place up with so many negative vibes.

Peace and love is the way forward.

Good will to all from Liverpool


4:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Just listening to "I am the answer".


8:00 PM  
Blogger Nabonidus said...

Hey, I'm happy, i'm jammin on my new guitar. :)
I just put up a couple of clips, I'm kinda pleased with.The second one in particular.I'm working out a lead for
an original. Webcam blues jam.
Please come check it out Simon ( and anyone else)! No downloading involved. I'm really tickled with the Peavey, I must admit:)

8:03 PM  
Blogger JackJumpedOverTheMoon said...


Happy Christmas/New Year's and all that!

I'm sorry I missed the webcast performance, it sounded like it must have been a good one... the reviews are all are good. :)

I'd love to hear the music here on your blog or on your website... even if just a teaser!

*awaiting CC shirt and CD*

8:58 PM  
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11:54 AM  
Blogger fluorescein said...


Please check out the updated

Also, two new musical bits have been added to

A live solo acoustic version of Sweet Sound ca 2000 and a completed yet never release demo entitled Rain.



11:56 AM  
Blogger Andraste said...

Funny, I was just listening to the Raphaels recently, thinking how much I still miss Stuart.

A fitting tribute, Simon. Nice work!


1:31 PM  

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