The other day I was listening to the A, TX series with Lee Gillespie on the Tape Relay podcast page. It was a great slot. I admit that American Analog Set passed me by, but there are things there to investigate for sure. The songs that Lee had chosen to play all sounded very fine indeed, and I’ve since been listening to more by the likes of Ola Podrida. I had not realised that some of those groups Lee was talking about went back to the likes of Windsor For The Derby. Indeed, I had all but forgotten about them, and so scurried away and dug out that old Minnie Greutzfeldt set. I remembered it sounding lovely back in the day, and it still sounds so today. It reminded me too of the Living Room club we used to run, and Windsor For The Derby were certainly spinning on the decks in those days. Yes, that’s how hip we were. I also swiped the title of ‘Fat Angel, Skinny Ghost’ for a short story. It appeared in one of the little booklets we used to give away at The Living Room, scans of whose covers can be found amongst other Living Room ephemera here. The short story, meanwhile, can be read here. It’s part of a short run of vaguely interconnected stories, and I cleaned up the code of the pages tonight just for you.