February 7, 2017

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Eric Martin
- is an Edmonton guitarist / bassist / singer who has been around the block a few times. He has played in local bands since the early 70’s, including Andromeda, Falconchase, Patch, Classified, to name just a few. Eric has also been doing a solo act for the past 30 years. Also, several stints as a Jam host, through which he has met and befriended many of the fine music makers in Edmonton.

Currently, Eric occasionally does the solo show, plays with “M*A*R*S” (the Middle Aged Rock Stars), performs with “The Mad Dogs Review”, “Keep It Greasy” and “Harder”, and spends much time writing and recording.  Eric is admittedly, and proudly – ‘guitarded’.  It’s nice to be back in LB’s! Thanks, Mark! -
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"Honey, do you want to come home at lunch for a quickie?"

"Sarah, it's pronounced Quiche."




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The ‘Untranslatable’ Emotions You Never Knew You Had

The ‘Untranslatable’ Emotions
Have you ever felt a little mbuki-mvuki – the irresistible urge to “shuck off your clothes as you dance”? Perhaps a little kilig – the jittery fluttering feeling as you talk to someone you fancy? How about uitwaaien – which encapsulates the revitalising effects of taking a walk in the wind?

These words – taken from Bantu, Tagalog, and Dutch – have no direct English equivalent, but they represent very precise emotional experiences that are neglected in our language. And if Tim Lomas at the University of East London has his way, they might soon become much more familiar.

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