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Tuesday 30 June 2009
by Wulf
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For at least the last couple of weeks, I’ve seen one or two butterflies when cycling across the field at the back of the Churchill to work (on dry days). Today, though, there seemed to be a significant increase in … Continue reading

Monday 29 June 2009
by Wulf
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Apparently it is 30 years since the Sony Walkman was launched. An article on the BBC website puts one of these devices in the hands of a 13 year-old and he provides a fascinating comparison with modern portable music technology. … Continue reading

Saturday 27 June 2009
by Wulf
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Terje Rypdal

I have recently discovered the guitar stylings of Terje Rypdal, a Norwegian guitar virtuoso, thanks to a combination of Last.fm’s recommendation engine and Spotify’s huge music collection. What I have heard so far reminds me of Jeff Beck in a … Continue reading

Friday 26 June 2009
by Wulf
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The Willow

I’ve been on all week about performing at Catweazle, which meets on Thursdays in the East Oxford Community Centre (where Princes Street meets Cowley Road). That’s now been and gone and it was a great night – there was a … Continue reading

Thursday 25 June 2009
by Wulf
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No blogging time today – when I get home it’s dinner then getting ready to perform at the Catweazle club tonight (#Oxford). See my twitter feed to see more of my tweets and sign up to twitter to reply to … Continue reading

Wednesday 24 June 2009
by Wulf
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Catweazle Club

Peter and the Wulf (name suggested by Pete after our recent debut at Oxford Folk Club) are due to make their next appearance tomorrow evening at the Catweazle Club. Meanwhile, I have been listening to Prokofiev’s orchestral Peter and the … Continue reading

Tuesday 23 June 2009
by Wulf
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Flute Debut

I have been making a (fairly casual) effort to learn the flute for a while now. Today I took another step forward, playing it in a semi-public setting – I have been attending a lunchtime choir at work and the … Continue reading