Phew! I can breath again: welcome back! You have been missed. I trust your 'shipboard' experience was fruitfull! I have only been on the ocean once, with my girl friend in 1972, on our way from Cadiz, Spain, to the Canary Islands. Onboard was a troop of French soldiers on their way to a 5 year deployment somewhere in Africa. With our limited Canadian learned French, we found many of them were excited about their next 5 years, and many were dreading it. We were 'hippies' on a hitch-hiking tour of whatever we could find. We ended up spending almost 4 months living with a family on Gran Canaria. -Brian
Exactly as you said: it was completelly fruitfull for me. I love the sea, then I loved the experience on board.I did a cruise ship, doing ports in Italy and Spain until december. Then, the ship came for the Brazilian season. I was supposed to stay on board until february but a new brazilian legislation doesn't allow Bralians to saty on board for more than seven months, so they disembarched me.Anyway, it was amazing.For now we are back with the blog, I will try to feed it with records I'm listening now, as I have always done. But I don't want to do it rock oriented (I'm listening records from German 70's now, mostly krautrock/Prog).Download all the Kirk's solo albums, I'm sure you will be impressed. Some posts ago, before my absense, I uploaded Digital Lifeforms, his debut. Now Intensely Radioactive and Every Man Got Dreaming, and there are maybe three more coming. They are a bit hard to find in a good quality, as you can check it is very hard to find anything to listen on Youtube because his albums are very copy protected.Enjoy!
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