No one believes you, YouTube.
I saw Dylan Moran perform at the Edingburgh festival in the mid 1990s. In an moment of near infatuation or more accurately addiction I had to go back the next night and see him do the same show again. I ran into him at a bar afterward. So droll.
“The only problem with people who went to Oxford is that they never let you forget that they went to Oxford.
I love Alan Price who, among other things, was the founder of The Animals in 1962. He wrote the soundtrack for Lindsay Anderson’s 1973 film O Lucky Man! with Malcolm McDowell. The film was a political satire on capitalism and pre-Thatcher Britain. This song is called “Look Over Your Shoulder” and the title song O Lucky Man!
“You don’t have to call me sir.” “No, I don’t have to… I forgot your name.”
(For those who don’t know, the late Peter Gzowski was Canada’s most beloved CBC TV and radio interviewer. Most of us are more familiar with him on radio, so it’s funny to see his face, particularly with those glasses on it.)
PS Note the curtains.
“Taking a close look at what is around us, there is some sort of a harmony. It is the harmony of overwhelming and collective murder. And we in comparison to the articulate vileness and baseness and obscenity of all this jungle, we in comparison to that enormous articulation, we only sound and look like badly pronounced and half-finished sentences out of a stupid suburban novel, a cheap novel.