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Captain Beefheart just died


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I have very happy memories of a boozy Christmas in 1998 at a friend's house in Twickenham. The food was excellent, and somehow we worked our way through 3 bottle of champagne, 6 bottles of red, a bottle of port plus a few 'liveners'. The thought makes me wince now, but at the time it was probably one of the most marvellous days I've spent on this planet.


The host had excellent cooking skills and very eccentric music tastes. I remember hearing Captain Beefheart for the first time through a fug of alcohol, and thinking how amazing he truly was (I was only 23 at the time).


Cheers Captain Beefheart - you helped make it a great day :)-D

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