The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Friday, 10 August 1990

When the Levee Breaks

‘Four Sticks’ – Led Zeppelin

Doing some brilliant ACID tonite with Ash and Legs.

Lots of strange mental things happening.  Especially LED ZEP 4 which sounds brilliant.

The best records on this trip were: ‘When the Levee Breaks’ and ‘Four Sticks’ by Led Zep, ‘Naked In the Rain’ by Blue Pearl, and ‘The Mountain Song’ by Jane’s Addiction.

Lots of tricks being played on the senses – voices, lights, new colours and all manner of things.  Strangely though, throughout I felt the need for female companionship.  So, when Lilith returns from Glastonbury next week, I’ll invite her over and maybe she can indulge in LSD with me.

Another good thing about the ‘trip’ was meeting a guy called Don, another friend of Spock’s who’s really nice.


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Next time: ‘Calling all Destroyers…’

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