The Evening Post

Kind words from back home for ‘Beneath a Flagless Moon’

Posted: February 24, 2012

A review of my new album – beneath a flagless moon – will appear next week on Their blog version has already appeared. Leicester, for those of you who don't know, is the next big city south of my home town of Nottingham, England (Sorry Loughborough, I don't think of you as big). It's […]

Craig Rodgers…what can I say?

Posted: February 20, 2012

I learned today of the death of a very, very dear friend of mine. Craig Rodgers was one of the first people in the film production world of Los Angeles to take me under his wing when I joined the crazy world of New York advertising agencies back in 1988. He was one of those […]

Advertising gets personal

Posted: February 20, 2012

"Your privacy is gone, and it's never coming back. "A report that Target accidentally disclosed a teen girl's preganancy to her father shows the logical extreme to which retailers can take the search for more information about their customers. "This is what happens when you hand the cashier at your local drug store or grocery store […]


Posted: February 18, 2012

Leo Kottke – minimalist

Posted: February 14, 2012

One man. One voice. One 12-string guitar. One 6-string guitar. That's all it takes to keep you thoroughly entertained for an hour and 40 minutes when the man in question is Leo Kottke. Saw his gig Sunday night at The Lensic Theater here in Santa Fe. He may have been forced to change his playing […]


Posted: February 9, 2012

I wish he were still with us. We need this kind of clarity now more than ever.  

Same as every year…waiting

Posted: February 9, 2012

I have never figured it out, I guess. Just learned to accept it. But no matter what is going right in my life I find the period from January to my birthday in March extremely depressing. It's like I lose a few months out of every year. I thought the least I could do was […]

My new album available for digital download…

Posted: February 7, 2012

It's a bit of a paradox – an album called Beneath A Flagless Moon being available for digital download. I remember a time when we lined up at the record store to buy the beautiful big shiny vinyl platters that filled our teen years with some of the best music ever created. And Beneath A […]

My new CD – a chance to review it

Posted: February 1, 2012

My sincere thanks to those of you who have already bought my new double album BENEATH A FLAGLESS MOON. It's available from ($16 + postage – for 18 songs) but it is also now on If you have the album and would like to write a review for cdbaby, I'd be very grateful. […]

Wow…me defending a Republican

Posted: February 1, 2012

It has become very obvious to me recently that taking people's statements out of context has become widespread in the media. And both the left and right wings of our political spectrum are equally guilty. OOC (Out Of Context) has become an embarrassment. Here's a classic example. What the media reported Mitt Romney as saying… […]

Our dead are never dead to us, until we have forgotten them. – George Eliot

Posted: February 1, 2012

Today would have been my mother's 85th birthday. But the passing of time only affects those of us left behind.

Iconic? Er…not so much.

Posted: January 31, 2012

Is it just me? Given the circumstances of how this building became necessary…given the emotions connected to the site and what used to be there…given its place in American history…given that it is now, officially, the most expensive office tower in the world…shouldn't 1 Trade Center look better than this? And shouldn't it have been […]

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