george’s world renowned kayajingo salad dressing

Make a salad out of just about anything with this easily prepared dressing. You will need: 3 tbsps of olive oil, 1 1/2 tbsps of balsamic vinegar, 1 generous splash of soy sauce, 1 tsp of lemon juice, 1 large forkful(about 2 tsps) of 100% natural peanut butter, 1 tsp of honey or sugar, 1 […]

time for a benefit

This great Cambridge community radio station needs our help. Unless they can raise sufficient funds very soon, they will have to stop broadcasting before the end of the year. Us musicians, notoriously penniless, can nevertheless do something to help. We can play music! At very short notice we plan to put together a benefit show featuring some of the […]

the recorder

I am about to go add a recorder track to something I’m working on. Recorder was my first instrument. I play it so rarely nowadays, that I find it extremely difficult to get an acceptable tone out of. Treble is a little mellower than descant, but I’m even less familiar with that. So I expect I shall […]

my little cleaver

I am about to record a song which provided the title for my other blog, My Little Cleaver. The words were written by my friend Walt Turton and I wrote the music. Walt is one of the most talented people I know. He is also a confirmed Luddite who would rather put his head in […]

comparisons are malodorous

We seem to be gearing up once again for the Awards season. Get ready for Grammys, Oscars, Baftas, and a host off lesser(?) shindigs all conspiring to make a small number of people feel adored, and a great number of also-rans feel inadequate. A glance at this morning’s news tells me that last night, in […]

afternoon sessions in Bishopstown Bar

In our recent trip to Ireland we played several gigs, but by far my favourites were the two afternoon sessions we did in the Bishopstown Bar in Cork. Over the years George Kilby Jr has been going to Ireland, this has become something of a fixture, and both afternoons were very well attended. For more […]