Notes from the Studio
It’s hot and very dry here in the UK. There is a huge grass fire north of us, but as the wind is from the south, we only get the faintest whiffs of it. Water conservation is now a real thing, although we’ll be allowed to take care of the ducks and fish.
I’m kind of thinking minor key here, tonight. And so it shall be. I’ve got a number of ideas, and perhaps they’ll all work out, we’ll see. The original theme was last brought out in June, 2021, although I’m sure it will not be recognised since it went through another morph. And now there are a few other vignettes too. There will also be piano. I’m in a mood.
As usual, I will be virtually performing in Second Life but in the new Radio Spiral region, and in Opensim in The Dome, in the Sharing is Caring Family grid. You don’t have to go to either, but if you’re inworld, feel free to stop in. Otherwise, simply tune in to radiospiral.net (instructions below) and listen in, all ears are appreciated.
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