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Thomas Conolly

I didn't know Ivor Cutler existed, or that 'Women of the World' was his brainchild. Now I do, and shall endeavor to find out more. Could you recommend any resources/CDs/downloads?

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Really? I imagined your dad would be a big fan/know him.

Here's a good place that has some recordings of his radio sessions, which you *could* surreptitiously download, I imagine. It includes ‘Women of the World’: http://www.ivorcutler.org/sessions.html

As for recordings, it's hard to say where to start. He's been signed to practically every record label going.

large stencils for painting a shed

It's an interesting and pictorially beautiful book. Imagine another room in the home with similarly wonderful
mosaic furniture, such as end tables, curio tables, and sofa tables.
The creative possibilities are many and it
always depends on the size of the floor area that will be
painted, the colors of the walls, the fabrics, the furniture, and the space decoration in general.

You just use warm water with a little soap in a pail.
Contact up any jagged lines having a skinny paint brush.
This must be repeated with each different colour desired for the design with colour overlap
producing mixtures of the colour basics.

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