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Come With Me (If You Want To Live)

As the unstoppable killing machine from the future closes in on Mary – hark! what’s that light? It’s her white-suited saviour, Gabriel, sent back from the future to protect and warn her, and to get his groove on. Essayed in … Continue reading

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Joey & Mary

The opening song proper to the Christmas show “The Terminativity”, in which we meet our young plucky protagonists before the intervention of an unstoppable killing machine from the future. Originally performed by Steven Gates and Aurora Kurth with the requisite … Continue reading

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Todally

There is todally no excuse for this; it’s a big basic Bryan Adams/Michael McDonald/Michael Bolton-styley power ballad wedding song. Eddie Perfect and I were trading potential choruses over SMS; Ed’s is (more or less) the “fatal blow” one that gets … Continue reading

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Song For Kitty

Kitty Marie Perfect was born on July 8, 2009. Martin Martini is a perfect gentleman. Continue reading

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On Hold

Another from 2006’s aborted “Real Estate“. Bring on the anguish! Continue reading

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The Latecomer

The planned opening song to 2006’s abandoned “Real Estate” project. Continue reading

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Ma(m)bo

Continuing in a Latinish vein out of “Redfern”, but picking the mood up a little. There was never a demo version of “Mabo” – I scribbled a rudimentary chord chart, took it into a Belvoirs rehearsal and we went from … Continue reading

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The Mateship

This one turned into a big second-act number, due to Terry Serio’s performance and to the astounding costumes created by Jennifer Irwin. The outfit into which Terry changed for the last verse was, like his impersonation, so creepily accurate that … Continue reading

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