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After all the ROCKING and ROLLING that had been going on in the week I was looking forward to a bit of DOMESTIC RELAXATION over the weekend, and ended up having a LARGE DOLLOP of the above - myself and The Extra One Free In My BOGOF went supermarket shopping together, spent a LOVELY evening out in a PUB (on a Saturday night too - WHOO!!!), and even went for a bit of a WALK to enjoy the Indian Summer STYLE weather. It was GRATE!

Do not think, however, that THE ROCK was ignored during this time of BLISS. No indeed, for LO! I had WORK to do, including writing my latest column for SANDMAN and then finishing off a new song, The Mystery Train, which has lyrics and also long rambling annotations online now. There's quite a few song ideas RUMBLING AROUND at the moment, so hopefully there'll be a few more up soon!

posted 12/9/2006 by MJ Hibbett

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Hello Mark.

I think you're being slightly unfair to the rail companies. They were actually asked some years back by the Government to replace late night services with buses (or just cancel them) as the Government thought this would save some money. What I didn't understand is why they told Thames Trains to do away with some of their late night services since I thought they operated without a subsidy.
I can't easily find anything definite about it on the web (although this seems relevant -, but I remember reading signs for it at Waterloo station when I lived in Brentford (so it would have been 2002/2003.
posted 13/9/2006 by Jon Pennycook

Are there any renditions of Mystery Train anywhere on the interweb thingy?
posted 3/6/2010 by Rolled

No, sorry, at the moment it's just on the extras for the CD version of Regardez, Ecoutez et Repetez!
posted 4/6/2010 by MJ Hibbett

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