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john davies
notes from a small vicar
from a parish
in Liverpool, UK

    Sunday, September 17, 2006
    No secrets here
    Synchronicity! While Peter Murphy was emailing this to me this morning I was using a Lennon song sung by George to top and tail my sermon! (Do you want to know a secret? from Please Please Me / He sternly ordered them not to tell anyone about him from Mark chapter 8).

    Peter is exhibiting two of his panel paintings, including this new George Harrison panel as part of the The Triumph of Stuckism show at The Hope St Gallery from Monday 9th October. It's organised by a Liverpool Stuckist whose name I cannot resist admiring: Naive John. It should be good. It's on at the same time as that rich and wondrous (and sometimes plain lame) show which is The Liverpool Biennial, which now I'm home (pretty much) till Christmas I'll have time to get into town to explore.

    Peter asked me if I'd read Steve Turner's The Gospel According to The Beatles. I haven't, but I did download Steve's Greenbelt talk on that subject. Aparrently George comes out of it very well. Time to open up that secret.