Buying the albums sampled on “You Can All Join In”.
Today we reach the conclusion of the notes written by Patrick Cambell-Lyons, and he chooses to end with stuff which is somewhat surreal:
“People came from the four corners of the world to this place in pursuit of pleasure and happiness, others came to find solutions to inner conflicts, others came for the drums. “I love you…..I love you like a brother” he said as we danced to the rhythms of the bindir and when I looked up at the red sky I saw the black face of a goat.
“A few days later Geronimo walked into the square. He used to be a cowboy in Arizona, now he’s a poet, and Fez provides an inspiration for his poetry. “You got five fingers on your hands…you ain’t from round here boy, are you?” Those were the first words he spoke to me when I met him at the Temple. He took me to the top of the mountain and left me there for three days and three nights. When I came back to the city he asked me if I had seen all the countries of the world….two guys from the Rolling Stones stayed up there for a week he told me…..
“In the mind of Geronimo, I was now accepted and respected by the few who found Fez and he decided to give me a new name which was “Bongo”. At the Crazy Hotel, we had a baptismal party and everyone wore the same as they wore on the day they entered this world…..nothing!”
Immediately below this we find the following:
“For further information, and details regarding Patrick Campbell-Lyons’ forthcoming book “Rainbow Chaser” (from which the above extracts are taken), write to:
Box 436 Citibox
2 Old Brompton Road