Wednesday, July 13, 2011

KBYD July 13, 2011


The Tunes -
Trash - The Whip
Miami - Foals
Reckless Ways - The Smacks
Moonpark - Only The Sea Slugs
Cessation - The Music
This Is England - The Minx
No One's Little Girl - The Raincoats
Trojans - Atlas Genius
Tyrants - Catfish & the Bottlemen
Predictable - The Kinks
Drink and the Devil - Death To The Strange
Whatitism - The Christophers
Five Years - The World On Fire
Animal Tracks - Mountain Man
Why - The Misunderstood
Overload - Shambolic
Girl In the Deva - The Suns
Good Time Girls - 12 Dirty Bullets
One Touch - Second Hand Guns
Enough - Faker
Skin Flowers - The Fugs
It Will All End In Tears - The Drums      

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The Grasshopper
- Abraham Cowley

Happy insect, what can be
In happiness compared to thee?
Fed with nourishment divine,
The dewy morning's gentle wine!
Nature waits upon thee still,
And thy verdant cup does fill;
'Tis filled wherever thou dost tread,
Nature's self's thy Ganymede.
Thou dost drink, and dance, and sing,
Happier than the happiest king!
All the fields which thou dost see,
All the plants belong to thee;
All the summer hours produce,
Fertile made with early juice.
Man for thee does sow and plow,
Farmer he, and landlord thou!
Thou dost innocently enjoy;
Nor does thy luxury destroy.
The shepherd gladly heareth thee,
More harmonious than he.
Thee country hinds with gladness hear,
Prophet of the ripened year!
Thee Phoebus loves, and does inspire
Phoebus is himself thy sire.
To thee, of all things upon earth,
Life is no longer than thy mirth.
Happy insect! happy thou,
Dost neither age nor winter know;
But when thou'st drunk, and danced, and sung
Thy fill, the flowery leaves among,
(Voluptuous and wise withal,
Epicurean animal!)
Sated with thy summer feast,
Thou retir'st to endless rest.

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