Monday, April 2nd, 2012
Singer songwriter Sarah Gillespie’s anti-war song The War on Trevor, is a 15-minute narrative piece based partly on Brahms’Variations on a Theme by Joseph Haydn. Set in London, The War on Trevor depicts the plights of an ordinary Londoner who suddenly finds himself accused of various wrong-doings, ranging from public indecency and infidelity to terrorism. We are never drawn into Trevor’s guilt or innocence. Instead we enter a sinister, Kafka-esque world in which guilt and innocence have become irrelevant. Gilad Atzmon -accordion sax and clarinet Ben Bastin – bass & cello, Enzo Zirilli drums, Sarah Gillespie guitar & vocals. Produced by Gilad Atzmon.
Sarah Gillespie & Band begin the War on Trevor tour this week at Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club.
Video by Tali Atzmon.
On the topic of the OS X backdoor that I found this week, Apple says: "We have just revoked the appropriate Developer ID certificate."— Jacob Appelbaum (@ioerror) May 16, 2013
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