My immediate thought was which album do I love NOW.....then I thought, No! Which did I have that influenced me most....
A really hard choice. Frankie was such an important album. Sade is a siren Soul to Soul was my first intro into dance music
In the end it was Dire Straits. Money for Nothing. Knopfler's guitar style and vibrato was probably, along with Hendrix and Gilmour, my biggest playing influence. His use of one note to tell a story. The space in between.
What about you?
Oh, the one album which wasn't on there which is my #1...The Cult, Love.
XR "peddle messages of doomsday gloom that alienate" and offer "little in the way of positive solutions", she added.
co-founder Roger Hallam's claim that science predicts six billion people will die this century due to climate change - a claim that he made to BBC's HARDtalk. Ms Lights said: "It's a headline-grabbing assertion - but unfortunately, it's also not true,
peer-group tribal pressure to stick to an outdated mainstream green line".
"peddling the notion that the solution to the climate crisis was to turn back the clock to a simpler time".
I think I mentioned last week that XR wanted us to live in caves. That got me a lot of tap. Well, their former head of PR agrees. Tap away.
A few interesting clips from the BBC piece.
I've said before that I am not a fan of them and how they make their point. THis simply reinforces it.
Yesterday Mrs H and I a day on the skid pan in the Scooby.
What a lot of fun. She nailed it. Had the back out and getting some impressive skids going. On the flip side I was all fingers and thumbs. Could get the coordination going which, because of an injury isn't a surprise.
Has anyone had a go?
It's not something to do every week but once in a while......