A soothing, sensual, romantic offering of endearments spoken with an enchanting, Scottish accent enhanced by evocative music. Here are a few of the endearments..................
"The frozen drops of dew on each blade of grass remind me of your glistening eyes and make me realize how I could sit for eternity just gazing into these beautiful eyes of yours until, eventually, I could see your very essence, and wonder at it."
"There's no jewel in this world that shines as bright as you. Your very essence glows right in front of my eyes."
"If I was given a blueprint to design the girl of my dreams, my creation wouldn't be nearly as beautiful as you."
With hair way past shoulder length and wielding a cherry-red Gibson guitar [just like the one Pete Townsend of The Who made famous ] Gordon Nicol from Edinburgh, Scotland,
(see photo at www.scotchproductions.com/ironvirgin.html Gordon is 2nd from left) played in a rock band called Iron Virgin back in the 70's. Their first single, "Jet" was a cover version of Paul McCartney's song and would have made them pop-stars had McCartney himself not released the song as a single. Their second single "Rebels Rule" was a raunchy, gritty, no-holds barred teenage anthem.
Fast forward to the brink of the new millenium, New Year's eve 1999, and you find that the long hair has gone, the purple & white polka dot jump suit has disappeared and Gordon is in the midst of a group of the happiest, most joyous, most amazing children he has ever met...
The Children of Uganda. They were all orphans, most of their parents having succumbed to AIDS. Gordon went there to record their infectious, spirited songs and he did this at his own expense and gladly donated his time and services to produce a cd of their songs, but he didn't realise what would happen by doing that. You see, he has been repaid a thousand times in many ways and is so thankful to these wonderful children for teaching him so much and for showing him the most beautiful souls he could only imagine. These delightful children gave him the name Uncle Kabuye.
Now, for the first time in his life, Gordon has donned a kilt and is delighting audiences with his poetry and beautifully romantic cd "Sweet Nothings...Words to Whisper in your Lover's Ear." After writing a few songs in the band, Gordon turned his creative writing skills to poetry. The first was inspired when his mother died of cancer back in 1977. From then on, every event which had an impact on his life was encapsulated in a poem. The death of his brother's dog. A romantic interlude in Mexico. The most profound trip to Uganda and his latest fascinating adventure in China where a Chinese pearl stole his heart. He could easily become another Rod McKuen.