|Subject: Re: [powderworks] : The Bear|
|From: Barry James |
|Date: 15/11/2015, 9:39 am|
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|CC: Barry James <email@example.com>|
Now all you need to do is head over to Giffo's website. Just don't do it whilst at work. Enjoy Hahaha.Stephen
Looking at Bear's site made me think of Bones so I went over to check out his site for any news. It looks like it has been revamped since I last looked at it. He's added a short bit and discography since I viewed it last.Dan
From: "Barry James firstname.lastname@example.org [powderworks]" <email@example.com>
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Sent: Friday, November 13, 2015 10:05 PM
Subject: Re: [powderworks] Re:: The Bear
Adrian, i also enjoys reading Bears website as it provided something of a missing link (for me anyway) as to the original works of Midnight Oil.I am currently reading Peter's memoirs & i am also enjoying that as well.Regards, BJ.On 14/11/2015, at 1:23 PM, email@example.com [powderworks] wrote:Thanks so much for this link Simon. Bear's early Oils photos and anecdotes are priceless. I don't know when Bear put this up but Dodson quotes some of this in his book (and I thought he mentioned in that book somewhere about Bear having an unpublished autobiography of sorts).
I'll be honest, from an Oils perspective, specifically the early years, this is a much more satisfy read than Pete's rather disappointing tome (of which I've stalled halfway through..).