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Bill Nelson
Aug 04, 2023
In William's World
It was with great sadness that I learned of the passing of long time Nelsonica team member , and friend , Duncan Noons yesterday. It came as a great shock, as I know it will to all members of the team and those that knew him. Duncan was a lovely man and a loyal supporter of my music, always kindl and thoughtful and a great help on the N elsonica merch stall for many years. Much loved by us all, my late Mother always said how much she liked Duncan too. He always made a fuss of her when she came to a Nelsonica event. I can see Dunc vividly in my mind as I type these words, and hear his distinctive voice also. I sspoke with him last year' at the Nelsonica team's annual dinner, get together, along with the other team members. I had no idea that would be the last time I would see him. 'Big Dunc' as he was affectionately known by the team, will be deeply missed by all of us in the Nelsonica family ...Thank you from my heart for all your help and support over the years Dunc, you won't be forgotten. Maty angel guitars sing you to your rest.... 🎸
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Bill Nelson
Apr 30, 2023
In William's World
Here is an updated list of completed tracks for future release. Some have already been released on the 'Marvellous Realms' album and some are set for 'All The Fun Of The Fair.' Others will make up the 'Starlight Stories' album and the rest will eventually slot into 'Guitars Of Tomorrow' and 'Fables Of The Future' albums. (And some will become part of something as yet without a title.) All these tracks have been completed and mixed. The tracks I've highlighted in blue will be on the 'All The Fun Of The Fair' album. Those highlighted in green will be for the 'Starlight Stories' album. . Those of you who already own 'Marvellous Realms' will be able to identify which tracks belong to that album. All the other unhighlighted tracks will make up 'Guitars Of Tomorrow' and 'Fables Of The Future.' Hope all this work gives you something to look forward to! 1: ‘BEAMS OF LIGHT.’* 2: ‘SOME JIGGERY POKERY.’* 3: ‘A COMPASS IN MY MIND.’ 4: ‘IN THE BRIGHT TWILIGHT SKY.’ 5: ‘ALL THE FUN OF THE FAIR.’ ** 6: ‘A MAGIC FRAME OF MIND.’ 7: ‘FAST FORWARD, SLO-MO.’ 8: ‘RUNNING FROM MY OWN SHADOW.’** 9: ‘ MAN OF DREAMS.’* 10: ‘SHAPE SHIFTER.’ 11: ‘SIGNALLING AS WE GO.’* 12: ‘THE WEATHER SONG.’* 13: ‘STARS AND HALOES.’ 14: ‘BEEP BEEP BEEP.’ ** 15: ‘THE CLOUD ENGINEER.’ 16: ‘A DISTANT MEMORY.’ 17: ‘THIS MAY SOUND STRANGE.’ 18: ‘A LITTLE WOOZY.’ 19: ‘THE WAY OF THE WORLD.’* 20: ‘ATOMIC CORAL.’ 21: ‘MEMORIES AND RECOLLECTIONS.’ 22: ‘PUSH THE BUTTON, SPIN THE DIAL.’** 23: ‘ELEVATOR TRANSCENDANT.’ 24: ‘CHELSEA FLASH.’** 25: ‘IT’S A LONG TIME BETWEEN DREAMS.’* 26: ‘MADAME MIDNIGHT.’ 27: ‘THEME FROM AN ENGLISH ECHO CHAMBER.’ 28: ‘HERE ON EARTH.’* 29: ‘THE SILENT HOUR.’ 30: ‘WIND IT UP AND WATCH IT GO.’ 31: ‘AZTEC HELICOPTER.’ 32: ‘KEEP YOUR TELESCOPE FOCUSSED ON THE STARS.’ 33: ‘MARVELLOUS REALMS.’ * 34: ‘ONE A.M.’** 35: ‘DRAGONFLY WINGS OVER STILL DARK WATERS.’ 36: ‘MIRROR MAZE.’ 37: ‘DRIVE A BLUE CAR TO THE STARS.’ 38: ‘WHOOPS! I’M GOING BACK IN TIME.’* 39: ‘GLORIOUS MARCH TO THE GATE OF SPRING.’ 40: ‘AFTER THOUGHT.’ 41: ‘ONCE I DREW PICTURES WITH LAKELAND PENCILS.’ 42: ‘IMAGINARY MUSIC.’ * 43: ‘NEVERNOON.’ * 44: ‘THE GOLD BEYOND THE BLUE.’* 45:’THE ILLUMINATOR.’ * 46: ‘MONDO BRAVADO.’ 45: ‘THE INVISIBLE KID IN THE CORNER.’ 46: ‘SPOOKY DOINGS.’ 47: ‘THE HOUSE OF MORPHEUS.’** 48: DANCE OF THE SONIC CULTURE GODS. ** 49: ‘THIS RIVER.’ 50: ‘THE MYSTIC.’* 51: ‘ALLOW ME TO INSIST.’ 52: DOCTOR SONAR’S WAITING ROOM.’ 53: ‘IN MY IMAGINATION.’ 54: ‘COBALT BLUE.’ 55: ‘A THOUGHT IN PASSING.’* 56: ‘ THE FUTURE BECKONS.’ 57: ‘THE FABLED NAVIGATOR STEERS US TO THE STARS.’ 58: ‘FAULTY WIRING.’ 59: ‘HUBBLE BUBBLE.’ 60: ‘WANDERINGS.’ 61: ‘ELECTRIC ATLANTA.’ 62: ‘FADING AWAY.’ 63: ‘PERPETUAL MOTION.’ 64: ‘COMETS OF TOMORROW.’ 65: ‘CHRONOLOGY.’ 66: ‘YOUR MAGIC MAN IN THE SKY.’ 67: ‘HEAVEN IS A STATE OF MIND.’ 68: ‘ROUNDABOUTS AND SWINGS.’ 69: ‘BACK IN THE DAY.’ 70: ‘PICTURE ON A PAGE.’ 71: ‘MEANWHILE, ELSEWHERE.’ 72: ‘PHANTOM ISLAND.’ 73: ‘MY FAVOURITE BIRTHDAY TOY.’ 74: ‘’GHOSTS OF ANCIENT HOUSES.’ 75: ‘GOODBYE GOLDEN SANDS.’ 76: ‘THE LAND OF LOST DREAMS.’ 77: ‘MY SIGNAL LIGHT.’ 78: ‘DANCE OF THE STARLIGHT KINGS.’ 79: ‘THE SAILOR AND THE ASTRONAUT.’ 80: ‘THE DOCTOR WAS AN ALCHEMIST.’ 81: ‘ANTORIA.’ 82: ‘SLOW, SLOW, SLOW.’ 83: ‘DARKNESS FALLS FASTER THAN LIGHT.’ 84: ‘UNDERNEATH THESE STARS.’ 85: ‘EVERYTHING IS ANCIENT NOW.’ 86: ‘PERKY QUIRKY.’ 87: ‘SAILING THROUGH CLOUDS OF BLUE.’ 88: ‘MAGIC HAPPENING HERE.’ 89: ‘STARLIGHT STORIES.’ 90: ‘CELESTRUM.’ 91: ‘STANDING IN A STARLIGHT ROOM.’ 92: ‘A WIDE OPEN WINDOW.’ 93: ‘IAN’S RADIO IS ON.’ 94: ‘FABLES OF THE FUTURE.’ 95: ‘ALL THIS WORLD IS GONE.’ 96: ‘UNDER THE WEATHER.’ 97: ‘DON’T LOOK FORWARD, DON’T LOOK BACK.’ 98: ‘THE KING OF DREAMS.’ 99: ‘A LITTLE LIGHT FOR THE FUTURE No 1.’ 100: ‘A LITTLE LIGHT FOR THE FUTURE No 2.’ 101: ‘THE CARNIVAL OF LIGHT.’ 102: ‘THE WORLD OF TOMORROW.’ 103: ‘ALL DREAMS COME TRUE.’ 104: ‘NO SLEEP IN SLEEPYVILLE.’ 105: ‘TRAVELLING BACK IN TIME.’ 106: ‘NOW THAT SUMMER’S GONE.’ 107: ‘TIME IS UP.’ 108: ‘FLOATING IN A SEA OF STARS.’ 109: ‘EVERYONE LOVES A ROCKET RIDE.’ 110: ‘RADIO CITY ROBOT CLUB.’ 111: ‘MAGNETIC FIELDS ABOUND.’ 112: ‘ANTIQUE FUTURE SHOCK.’ 113: ‘CRYSTAL CITY CRUISER.’ 114: ‘BETWEEN MEMORY AND A DREAM.’ 115: ‘WHIRLAWAY.’ 116: ‘WHEN I WAS DAN AND YOU WERE DIGBY.’ 117: ‘TUNING INTO ANGEL RADIO.’ 118: ‘GUITARS OF TOMORROW.’ 119: ‘YOUR MAGNETIC PRESENCE.’ 120: ‘MR WIZARD TAKES A TRIP.’ 121: ‘IT WAS A LONG TIME AGO.’ 122: ‘THE LAND OF LOST GUITARS.’ 123: ‘THE SKY GARDEN.’ 124: ‘GHOSTS OF OLD GUITARS.’ 125: ‘NEWS OF THE WEIRD.’ 126: ‘THE BIG WHOOPEE!’ 127: ‘THIS ROOM HAS A GLORIOUS VIEW.’ ============================================== BLUE HIGHLIGHT= ‘ALL THE FUN OF THE FAIR.’ GREEN=‘STARLIGHT STORIES.’
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Bill Nelson
Apr 02, 2023
In William's World
After a long radio silence...a new journal entry just uploaded. Check it out! 😉
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Bill Nelson
Jan 12, 2023
In William's World
It was with profound sadness and deep shock that I heard of the death of Jeff Beck this morning on BBC news. It’s hard to take in that we will no longer hear his fabulous playing beam out from the stages of the world. Such a sad loss... I met Jeff briefly backstage at the Classic Rock magazine’s awards ceremony a few years ago. When introduced to him I was nervous and unsure what to say. I said that I just wanted to thank him for raising the bar so high for those of us who played the guitar. His answer was, “Oh, it was easy.” Last year I went to his concert in York, the VIP tickets being a generous gift from the Nelsonica team. He performed with Johnny Depp who sang on several numbers but the stand out moment for me was when Jeff played an old Link Ray number titled ‘Rumble.’ It’s an essentially simple instrumental, based on a two chord riff, but Jeff played it perfectly with a raw, in-your-face sound. Jeff always had the best musicians around him as band members. Drummer Steve Alexander, who played with me in the Gentleman Rocketeers at a past live Nelsonica event, had toured with Jeff and told me how Jeff liked to playfully insert the ‘Woody Woodpecker’ theme into the occasional solo. So, as a tribute to both Steve and Jeff, I did the same onstage that day, producing a big grin on Steve’s face. I became aware of Jeff back in the 1960s, when he was a member of The Yardbirds and I remember watching him play ‘Shapes Of Things’ with them when they appeared on television’s ‘Ready, Steady, Go’ program. Jeff wore a fringed buckskin jacket and when his solo came up he dropped to his knees, placed his Telecaster upright on the floor of the stage and played the song’s wonderful, Indian inspired solo with the aid of a Tone Bender fuzzbox. It was a magical, transformative moment. |I've never forgotten it. Around that time, on an art school trip to London , I went to a music shop at the base of the then new Centre Point building and bought myself a Tone Bender. I have a copy of the ‘Rock n’ Roll Party’ DVD which documents the performance Jeff gave at The Iridium Club in New York, a concert Jeff did as a tribute to the late Led Paul. Jeff played some of Les’ old tunes superbly, plus versions of ‘Sleepwalk’ and ‘Apache.’ It seems our roots in guitar were very, very similar. Jeff was , without doubt, the guitarist’s guitarist. His tone and technique were uniquely his own. He had an instantly recognisable sonic signature. and an ability to use the whammy bar in subtle and melodic ways. He could play as nasty as anyone could want, and as tenderly and sweetly as an angel. Jeff’s impact on the electric guitar is impossible to overstate. He was an inspirational giant. My heartfelt condolences to his wife Sandra. He will be missed profoundly. Bill Nelson. January 12th, 2023.
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Bill Nelson
Sep 08, 2022
In William's World
I have never really considered myself a royalist, but I feel a real sadness and sense of loss at the passing of Queen Elizabeth today. She always seemed a dedicated monarch with integrity, decency and grace. And despite her wealth and obviously elitist position, seemed to genuinely care about the people and situations she had to deal with in her long reign. I was four years old when I watched her being crowned Queen, in 1952, live on a television set my father had constructed in the back garden outhouse of our home at 28, Conistone Crescent on Eastmoor Estate in Wakefield. Several of our neighbours were invited in to our front room to witness the Coronation broadcast as very few people owned television sets on our street. The flickering, fuzzy black and white images that appeared on the small cathode ray tube of Dad’s home made TV set were, to my four year old self, sometimes fascinating, sometimes boring, but I sensed the importance of the event. I can still hear the voice of Richard Dimbleby who was the BBC’s commentator for the broadcast. It all seemed so important and momentous. She seemed a quite young and not unattractive woman with a certain innocence and naivety but also with a strong resolve, (though I say that on reflection as I wouldn't have known how to put it in words at that time.) Like most of us, my life has been accompanied by her long reign as Queen, (though I was born when her father was on the throne.) I've sometimes poked fun or poured scorn on the antics of the Royal Family, but always had respect for Queen Elizabeth. There always was something gently commanding, yet humble about her. In more recent years I once, accidentally, saw the Queen in person when her car drove past me whilst I was walking in York. She apparently had attended an event at York Minster and a number of people had gathered to wave at her when she departed. I'd wondered why these people were standing on the pavement by the Minster, then saw why when the Queen’s car drove by. As she waved to the crowd, for a brief moment, her eyes met mine. It was a strange, almost eerie moment. Now history changes and we are witness to it. We have a King, a man who, like myself, is 73, almost 74 years old. We were both born in 1948, only a couple of years after WW 2. My mother always liked to reminded me that Charles and I were born in the same year. So, I wish him well. But it's truly the end of an era. Rest in peace...
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Bill Nelson
Sep 07, 2022
In William's World
It may surprise you, (it certainly surprised me,) to learn that the Red Noise box set has hit the number 10 spot in the official independent chart and number 6 in another. Cherry Red informed me of this the other day but I only now got around to posting the news here. I find it ironic that it's taken 40 years.for the recordings to be given the attention that they are due. Maybe in another 40 years my more current recordings will be given similar rewards. 😉 ihttps://www.officialcharts.com/charts/independent-albums-chart/ It is also No 6 in the Indie Breakers Chart - https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/independent-albums-breakers-chart/
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Bill Nelson
Sep 06, 2022
In World Outside The Window
Well, it seems we've swapped a Pound Shop Trump for a Pound Shop Thatcher. Ding dong, the witch ain't dead... The only saving grace is that Truss will more or less guarantee that the Tories will lose the next general election. And about friggin' time too. 😛
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Bill Nelson
Aug 29, 2022
In William's World
I'm terribly late with this post, should have written it a while ago but have been distracted by my own concerns. However, I feel I must comment on the recent deaths of Kelly Joe Phelps and Julee Cruise. Kelly Joe Phelps was an amazing, soulful and sophisticated singer and guitarist who recorded some stunning and beautiful albums which I loved. I bought his 'Shine Eyed Mister Zen' album when it first was released, then got his 'Sky Like A Broken Clock' album. He was an amazing singer and guitarist, deep and inspiring. I wished I had been possessed of such talent. His death came as a shock to me, such a great loss. Around the same time I heard of the death of vocalist Julee Cruise who had worked with David Lynch on the 'Twin Peaks' soundtracks and other projects. Her voice was perfect for the atmospheres David was creating, a haunting, innocent yet knowing voice that said a lot with emotionally economic means. She once befriended me on Facebook. Once again, and all too often, all too soon these days, we lose special artists like these. The list of the cultural deceased is scary and marks the passing of qualities and values in the arts that are increasingly rare. But they are not forgotten by those of us who know and care...
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Bill Nelson
Aug 28, 2022
In William's World
This is an appeal for fans to support my eldest daughter, Julia Nelson, in raising money for a charity project she is trying to raise donations for. She is doing this by taking part in a firewalk, (literally walking on a fire,) on September the 9th. Julia is fundraising for The Maypole Project, and they’d really appreciate your support. You can donate to their JustGiving page by clicking here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/julia-nelson4?utm_source=Sharethis&utm_medium=fundraising&utm_content=julia-nelson4&utm_campaign=pfp-email&utm_term=e5093af7d1664d68b68711650ffb5975. Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Once you donate, they'll send your money directly to The Maypole Project, so it's the most efficient way to give - saving time and cutting costs for the charity. I hope you will be able to donate something to Julia and the Maypole Project charity, using the above link. She's very brave to take this on, a firewalk is a real test of nerve! 😬
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Bill Nelson
Aug 18, 2022
In William's World
Just watched a BBC 'Hard Talk' episode with artist Peter Blake being put under the spotlight. I had the honour of meeting Peter on two occasions and conversing with him. The first time was at Leeds University when he had a small exhibition of his work, presented in the annexe to the Clothworker's Hall. The second time was when we met at the Mojo Magazine Awards ceremony in London, where I presented Duane Eddy with the Mojo 'Icon' award. Peter is now 90 years old and still active creatively, a man with whom I feel a great affinity. He's a wonderful person to talk with, full of fabulous anecdotes, and whose eyes sparkle with intellectual interest and youthful curiosity, an absolute joy to be around. I consider myself very fortunate to have spoken with him on those occasions.
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Bill Nelson
Jul 06, 2022
In William's World
Just uploaded a new journal entry dated 6 July. It contains some rather disturbing news. Check it out...
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Jun 02, 2022
In William's World
Just to let you all know that today all the tracks for the 'ELECTRA' album have been transferred to Fairview's computer and are ready to be mastered. It was good to hear them on Fairview's big monitoring system. I haven't heard the whole album since it was recorded in, (I think,) 2016. It's a completely instrumental affair, mainly guitar, but leans in an 'avant garde' direction with loose, free improvisations over loops and webs of distressed sound. There are a couple of more 'composed' tracks which provide some contrast but it's mostly made up of exploratory textures, drifting chord clusters and first take overdubs. A spontaneous collage of light and dark moods. I'm guessing this won't be an album for those looking for straight rock songs but will appeal to those of you with a taste for the slightly more experimental, abstract approach. It would lend itself to video accompaniment of the strangest kind. An album to take your time with, a slow burner...😉
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Bill Nelson
Jun 01, 2022
In William's World
Finally got around to posting a new journal entry, covering a few things that have happened since my previous January entry, (but not all as it would take up too many pages and too much of my time to details everything.) But it's a catch up of sorts and perhaps explains the lack of communication of late. Take a look at it...
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Bill Nelson
Mar 11, 2022
In William's World
As of 11th March 2022, here's the latest news on the album I'm currently working on: The album which was originally going to be called 'Man Of Dreams' has now undergone changes, not only in title but in form. There are currently 33 tracks recorded and mixed for this project which will be sequenced into TWO separate albums. Album 1 will be titled 'Marvellous Realms' and album 2 will be titled 'Here on Earth'. Well, that's subject to any furtherr revisions that may come into the equation as the tracks are sorted into individual running orders. All I can say is that there are some wonderful moments amongst them and I'm very happy with the way things are going. The albums will, I hope, have a simultaneous release and possibly a modest launch party and fan get together later this year. As always, stay tuned for more news on this. Meanwhile, here is an updated list of tracks recorded so far: 1: ‘A SHOWER OF SPARKS.’ 2: ‘SOME JIGGERY POKERY.’ 3: ‘A COMPASS IN MY MIND.’ 4: ‘IN THE BRIGHT TWILIGHT SKY.’ 5: ‘ALL THE FUN OF THE FAIR.’ 6: ‘A MAGIC FRAME OF MIND.’ 7: ‘FAST FORWARD, SLO-MO.’ 8: ‘RUNNING FROM MY OWN SHADOW.’ 9: ‘ MAN OF DREAMS.’ 10: ‘SHAPE SHIFTER.’ 11: ‘SIGNALLING AS WE GO.’ 12: ‘THE WEATHER SONG.’ 13: ‘STARS AND HALOES.’ 14: ‘BEEP BEEP BEEP.’ 15: ‘THE CLOUD ENGINEER.’ 16: ‘A DISTANT MEMORY.’ 17: ‘THIS MAY SOUND STRANGE.’ 18: ‘A LITTLE WOOZY.’ 19: ‘THE WAY OF THE WORLD.’ 20: ‘OBSIDIAN MIRROR.’ 21: ‘MEMORIES AND RECOLLECTIONS.’ 22: ‘PUSH THE BUTTON, SPIN THE DIAL.’ 23: ‘ELEVATOR TRANSCENDANT.’ 24: ‘CHELSEA FLASH.’ 25: ‘IT’S A LONG TIME BETWEEN DREAMS.’ 26: ‘MADAME MIDNIGHT.’ 27: ‘THEME FROM AN ENGLISH ECHO CHAMBER.’ 28: ‘HERE ON EARTH.’ 29: ‘THE SILENT HOUR.’ 30: ‘WIND IT UP AND WATCH IT GO.’ 31: ‘AZTEC HELICOPTER.’ 32: ‘KEEP YOUR TELESCOPE FOCUSSED ON THE STARS.’ 33: ‘MARVELLOUS REALMS.’
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Bill Nelson
Feb 22, 2022
In William's World
Just now heard of the death of Gary Brooker. main man of Procul Harum. Very sad news. Gary was 76, only three years older than myself. I bought two Procul Harum albums when they were first released in the '60s. He was a talented musician whose singing and keyboard playing contributed to the band's timeless hit 'A Whiter Shade Of Pale.' And so yet another fine musician leaves us. Rest in Peace Gart.
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Bill Nelson
Jan 08, 2022
In William's World
Just posted a long overdue journal entry, the first one this year. Click on journal to read it...
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Bill Nelson
Dec 18, 2021
In William's World
Whilst 'My Private Cosmos' and 'Mixed Up Kid' are now released and hopefully enhancing your musical environment, there is still much to look forward to in 2022. Next year will see me trying to deal with the backlog of unreleased albums going back to 2016. Albums such as 'Phantom Fuzzbox,' ' 'Studio Cadet,' 'Electra,' ''Memory Loft,' 'Powertron,' 'Magnetic Travels',' Stupid Serious,' 'Amplified Dreams And Wild Surprises,' and ''Cathode Paintbox.' All of which have been waiting in the wings for far too long. But there is always the temptation to release my latest projects first, a temptation I really must resist as there are so many 'logjam' albums worthy of being at the front of the queue. I haven't slowed down or taken a break though, and have another brand new album in the works titled, (at the moment,) 'Man Of Dreams.' In many ways it's a whisper away from 'Mixed Up Kid' in style but also slightly different. It's as if the 'kid' grew up. I just need a couple more tracks to complete the album and then I'll be itching to release it. So, whatever the scenario, there will be a wealth of new and varied music to keep you entertained throughout the coming year. Hopefully containing lots of delightful and exciting surprises! 😉😊
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Bill Nelson
Dec 15, 2021
In William's World
I know many fans look forward to my annual Christmas videos but this year, for various reasons, I 'm finding it a bit of a struggle to get one assembled. I ventured out, last Sunday night, to film footage of the village's Christmas lights and some of the lights in the City, despite concerns over crowds and the new, extremely transmissible, Covid variant. I've also recorded and mixed a brand new Christmas track to which I intended to edit the video footage to. Unfortunately, I'm experiencing technical problems in trying to transfer the video footage from my camcorder into my computer so that it can be edited and sequenced to the music. I've spent a frustrating evening trying to do this but with no joy. So, I will try to assemble some still images from my nostalgic graphic archives, some of which I may have used in previous years, but at least they will provide some sort of visual accompaniment to the music. Failing that, I'll simply make the new audio track available to stream. There has been an awful lot going on here of late, various problems and distractions and I seem to be way behind with Christmas generally. Not a single card bought or written and no gifts for family and friends purchased. I'm way out of the loop this year, which is really not like me at all. We live in depressing times right now but I try to keep the music coming and, hopefully, your, (and my own,) spirits lifted. 😉
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Dec 09, 2021
In William's World
I've been informed that my personal copies of 'My Private Cosmos' will be arriving tomorrow. Looking forward to seeing how this luxury package has turned out. Fans who pre-ordered the album should be receiving their copies very soon. This is the most lavish project I've released on my own label and will hopefully provide many hours of listening pleasure to those who have ordered it. 😉
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Dec 08, 2021
In William's World
Today marks the anniversary of Harold Budd's passing. It was on this day in 2020 when my dear friend succumbed to Covid in a Los Angeles hospital. Hard to take in that this was a whole year ago, losing him still feels so raw and cruel. Harold was a very special being and a wonderful, generous friend. I miss him so much...
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