Monsignior Zouki says:
> And furthermore we now know [choking back tears] that our beloved
> Mike Dugger has occasionally donned gossamer robes and pointy hats
> and gone traipsing through the misty meadows of Musical Impurity - and
> [more tears, but rising indignant anger] been PAID for doing it!!?
I am no Wixard but I do live in Kansas. DON"T LOOK BEHIND THAT CURTAIN.
> What the hell gives here? There are some list members whose
> affinity for the Naradan Heresies wouldn't surprise the old
> Zoukmeister in the least, but COOGAN? DUGGER? By the clean shirts
> of Yanni, this is getting damned serious!
Yanni doesn't have any clean shirts since all his female fans are drooling over
his the look of his hair (hehehe)
> So Zouki challenges all of the "Hey, you know, this Manx stuff isn't
> ALL bad" battalion to emerge from their little Keltic burrows and
> CONFESS their shortcomings in the clear daylight of a new pure
> Irish traditional dawn. Put the kiwi fruit and portobello mushrooms
> back in the refrigerator, dump the decaf lattes down the toilet, and get
> out the corned beef, cabbage, and boiled potatoes, begod maybe a few turnips
> too wouldn't hurt, and GET BACK TO THE REAL S(H)TUFF! [Note: the entire
> previous sentence - with the exception of the last phrase - is to be
> interpreted metaphorically, just in case you were wondering.]
> Listies - and you know who you are - who wish to post confessional notes
> to Zouki off-list are welcome to do so, but be warned that the mere posting
> does not constitute the required evidence of a firm purpose of amendment
> of your sick diseased depraved musical lifestyle. No, you must also perform
> the penance Zouki assigns to you [e.g., burning a pile of Clannad posters in
> the middle of your town's equivalent of a public square], whereupon you
> will be fully restored to the company of Irish traditional musicians.
I don't have any Clannad albums and if I burn my wife's well ... it will be a
long winter I am afraid.
> Working together, we can root out this growth of insincerity from our
> midst, and get back to discussing tunes 'n' stuff.
> Yours for purity at whatever the cost
> [former member of a band called "Celtic Tide", but regretting
> it every waking moment of his life - there, that felt good!]
Very funny my friend. Now purging myself of all things Celtic for the benefit of
Banjo buddy in Cape Cod
Agent and Member Sunrush
Irish Traditional Fiddler
Lopitha Music and Case Company
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