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Yes, yes people I have emerged from my self realised obscurity to bestow knowledge on all headz. Used ta be out and about now strictly lying low dispensing wisdom.
Too much going down to stay quiet, now all of us have to rise up and speak truth to power.

There has to be more to us than dhal roti and Nokia phones...



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Travels down South

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Chilled out in Collers Wood & Tooting over weekend.
Always love going down da Broadway - shops have
changed but da cheap kebab rolls remain. Shared a
flat here with some guys almost 20yrs ago where we
used to hang in the Starburger and some of da dodgy
pubs in the area. Used to buy tunes from Goodness
Records and another place just up da road where the
Rainbow Halal shop is now.









Went down to Abbey Mills wid da family. Made a mess
of it wid KFC/Pizza hut and some yuppie flats but the
market and the Mills are still special. Though I can
remember the time when this was all waste land and
the old railway track used to run past Station Road.

Edurne says:

Merton?Collier`s Wood?20 years ago?Yeah,you´re definitely getting old,Doc D!
That time is when i lived in London as well.I had very good memories
of the SW London of that time:eating fish and chips in the bus stop ,reading South african poet´s poems in a youth club,sari
and South Asian products shop U(that i´d never seen before...).Well,youth,i supose...
I haven´t been in SW after that(i´ve been in London once but i reached just till Rayne´s Park,where i lived)so i suppose i will not recognize the place now....

21st Mar 2006, 21:37

DocD says:

Crazy how quickly time goes by... Good to hear from you Edurne and that u still remember those times. Sorry not been in touch will try and get that CD in the post to you.

21st Mar 2006, 21:43