Sunset in Glasgow. By Laurenz Bobke

I started this mp3 blog after visiting Colin’s Let’s Kiss And Make Up…Yesterday Colin brought LKAMU to a close and I am quite sad.

I do hope you return soon, you will be missed, hurry back…For Colin:


Devics – Opus 7 (mp3 expired)

If You Forget Me (buy)

Trespassers WilliamVapor Trail (mp3 expired)

Different Stars (buy)


4 Responses to “An Ode To LKAMU”

  1. FiL on September 14th, 2006 6:02 pm



  2. mjrc on September 14th, 2006 9:17 pm

    i keep thinking of the movie “heaven can wait,” when warren beatty comes back as the football player and meets julie christie in the hallway–they don’t know each other, of course, but there’s something familiar and they recognize that spark in each other’s eyes. that’s how i think it’s going to be. until then, we’ll always have glasgow . . . ;)

  3. Mentok the Mind-taker on September 16th, 2006 11:51 am

    Let’s talk about happy things.

    Nice new avatar, Rach.

    Peanut from Harvey Birdman might say “Sprechen sie sexy?”, but I would never say anything so rude.

    If nothing else, Colin’s departure is a good lesson in the paths of karma. He inspired you and many others to start music blogs. He is probably single-handedly responsible for reawakening love of music in thousands of people.

    So his influence lives on. And nothing lasts forever, eh?

  4. Dave on September 17th, 2006 1:08 am

    bummer about Colin. :(

    as for Hem, yeah Rabbit Songs is an incredible, incredible album. I liked No Word From Tom OK and I really like the new one – it’s probably their 2nd best album now – but nothing compares.

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