Careful...dragging in Ian's family...especially wife and daughter is a good way to evaporate any good will we have with him and, maybe, get a hit put out on you...perhaps we should drop the subject, no?
Great photos, I never seen before. Thanks for posting. Personally, for better or for worse I am interested in Ian's personal life. This man has been quite a player in my life, all be it not directly. It is natural to take an interest.
Great phots of ian and family at home!!!! The sight of Shona, barely dressed, was available during the War Child tour when she brought Ian his flute in Sea Lion trainer/dominatrix gear...pretty much panties, jacket and top-hat!
By the way, the first photo. Open white door to the left. Isn't that the studio?
Yes, that was the studio through that door at Pophleys, their old Buckinghamshire home near Radnage. They had a working farm called Grange Farm about 3-5 miles away where Kenny Wylie had his office and the tour props etc were stored.
And the slightly preposterous, over-the-top idea that you can cram 8,040 years of history into 52 minutes, why mess about? Get on with it – do something challenging.
I think I found a photo of Gael but I think it's from 2006. Scroll down to see the girl with the spikey hair.I forgot how to upload photos or I would have just posted it here. She looks a lot like brother, James.
mbanford: got mine yesterday.It may take some time to sort out the lyrics.The music is good, but you knew that.
Apr 23, 2014 18:46:27 GMT
steelmonkey: Am I the only one who thinks the basic Homo E. riff is absolute gold, magic, deep Tull perfection and everything else is bonus ? I can't get enough of 'Enter' and 'Cold, Dead'.
Apr 23, 2014 22:21:51 GMT
steelmonkey: drumsticks before 'banish zombies' also pure gold.
Apr 23, 2014 22:34:55 GMT
JTull 007: Makes sense to me. The more I listen, the better it gets...
Apr 23, 2014 22:46:45 GMT
steelmonkey: The Homo has landed ...finally....happily....all well.
Apr 24, 2014 2:12:45 GMT