41 - where's born to kill?, not hopeless, Cherkazoo, Onan rears his head again, dead end job
'Born to Kill' will turn up sooner or later, probably sooner now that you've mentioned it.
dear Mr Ian,
I would like to do 3 questions: 1)For the next tourn are you going to come in Italy(my town)?I hope so because I want to see you.It is my dream.Infact this year I couldn't come to your concerts in Italy for some problems(with my parents)!!SIGH!!!
2)What is your favourite song?
3)Where do you prefer to pass your free time? Mr Gillan you are my hero,my idol.You are SUPERB!!! Thanks for the time that you have lost with my letter and especially thanks for the emotions that you give me with your special,wonderful,exciting voice!!! Oh!excuse for my english!
P.S.:A THOUGHT TO THE VICTIMS IN USA!!!
1) We did come to Italy after my birthday, I hope you were able to come to a show.
2) My favourite song right now (it changes every day) is 'If Cowboys Could Fly' by R.Bruce
3) Either walking alone by the sea or in the pub with my friends, depending on my mood
From: Marcelo Soares
Just listened to "Cherkazoo and other stories" once again, and it got me wondering. What happenned with the Cherkazoo project? What's its story (the description in the booklet is too brief)?
All the best,
So, the music lay idle for quite a while until Simon Robinson at rpm records resurrected them along with some other material of the same era. The CD is sort of confusing in terms of its title, but has some value as a record of its time.
More recently Cherkazoo has been revived, rewritten and recorded for four sellout shows at the Guildhall in Axminster, Devon, performed by the local kids who have a music society of which I am honoured to be the president.
The concept was, and still is with the rewrite, about a youngster (Laura now and Julian then) dealing with the world as it is, in all it's bewildering manifestations, with the help of some pretty cosmic characters from a planet called Cherkazoo.
You've given me an idea now, I'll put the script up on 'Wordography' then you can plough through the whole thing.
From: Thomas.Chacko@msnyuhealth.org (Chacko, Thomas)
Just a point in fact(not that it matters much) but it was Jocelyn Elders (Surgeon General under President Clinton), not Janet Reno(Attorney General) who advocated education in schools on masturbation much to the dismay of right wingers, jihadists, the sexually repressed, phoneys and hypocrites.
From: email@example.com (Jonathan Brown)
Dear Ian Gillan,
Take care - thanks for eveything! Jonathan
i'm a drummer, i'm putting a band together to play working mens clubs. need vocalist but Val Hooligan isn't up for it. we're talking classics - 'shut uppa ya face' and mungo jerry classics. wot d'ya reckon? STAN
Dear Stan, Haven't you got any friends? (most drummers have at least one) I'm kinda busy right now. Cheers, ig
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