2 comments on “A Musical Alternative to Reggae on the River

  1. It has taken years of observing pointless drivel for me to confidently conclude that the tin can has evolved into a lead pot. I hope it is not too rusted to rattle some this weekend, and that other, more evolved kitchenware will join you, instead of slithering another year among the mucked music you so poignantly and pointlessly describe. I wish you all the best.

    • A great pleasure to hear from The Professor again after such a long time. Thank you for the encouragement. Be as strange as you like, but don’t be a stranger.

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