The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Sunday, 5 August 1990



‘Helter Skelter’ – The Beatles

Another week of work approaches inexorably.

Well, it’s been a disappointing weekend over all.

Mind you…  Well, I bought a ‘Beatles Live in New York’ video for £2.99.  The fact that it’s actually The Beatles live in Washington DC leaves me unimpressed with the Germans that packaged it.  The quality is poor, but it’s okay.

The bargain of the day is the purchase of another of my recent ‘target’ albums – UMMAGUMMA, the 1969 double album by PINK FLOYD (one studio, one live).  I’ve listened to the studio LP, which is so fresh to me and I’m now going to listen to the live LP.

What happens to Miranda and me now?  The contact is going; slipping away.  I can just tell!

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Next time: ‘War and Happiness…’

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