Friday, 24 August 2012

In The Window 29 - CyberPipes

In The Window #29  - Playlist

Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band - My Pink Half of the Drainpipe

Soundcloud 1

        2. High Road to Castle Dangerous (2:38)
        3. Angry Haggis (3:30)

Buffo's Comedy Spot
Quentin Crisp           - An Evening With [3 of 4]                (33:00)

Soundcloud 2
        6. Dark Island v2 (3:51)
        7. Very Drunken Sailor (2:53)
        8. Auld lang syne v2 (2:49)

Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band - 12 Mustachioed Daughters
Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band - Cool Brittannia
Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band - Kama Sutra



Another exciting new project from CalScott, combines the celtic cyberpipes with rock and hard hitting electronics... 
Features some very special collaborators.
Haunting artwork has been prepared by the mighty J.L. Phlegeton 
Tracks being mixed now so expect an album release in future... Cabers up!
and if you dig this check out the links above for the other projects i produce... Umbah, Queelum and Wondering I

Links :-

Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band

Quentin Crisp

Equal is a dead word - nether take as your object in life the desire to be other peoples equal - once you have entered the profession of being you have become a professor of a subject of which you are the only living authority - what other people do with their life with their style will not matter - in fact every morning you should say to yourselves preferably aloud “other people are a mistake” - no I withdraw that remark it might be thought sweeping, say to yourself “Concern with other people is a mistake”. Now I know this is not what most people teach you, but I am trying to spare you the mutual scramble for self sacrifice

Aulturism is a debilitating, fragmenting process, but the constant watch over and the perfection of your idea of yourself - and - the presentation of it gift wrapped to others - that is a unifying and invigorating way of life and it caries with it a built-in invitation to the party at the end of the world - that glittering function at which everybody will be speaking and nobody will be listening, and if your armed with your style - you will be able to run towards the happy hub-ub with out the faintest fear that you may be out of your depth - with out the faintest doubt but that you will shine.”


In 1993, Channel 4 presented a very distinctive alternative to the queen's speech - a heartfelt Christmas message from New York's famous British émigré Quentin Crisp

You can download "An Evening With Quentin Crisp" FREE at

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