A Reclamation


The 1916 Proclamation.

Live and unplugged.

Recited by Filmmaker and activist Terry McMahon at an unspecified pub gathering featuring turns from Damien Dempsey and Maverick Sabre

Terry writes:

Having to step up after Damien and Maverick is like a donkey trying to chase Secretariat but this captures the atmosphere of beautiful lunatics reaching for a love revolution.

Easter is coming.


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8 thoughts on “A Reclamation

  1. missred

    I’ll just be here in the corner, checking back on the comments, don’t mind me…

    *grabs popcorn*

  2. Tom

    People who bang on about proclamations and constitutions written over a century ago tend to be people on the freeman spectrum.

  3. Frilly Keane

    Love Revolution

    I’m game
    Shur’ there’s a grand stretch out for it n’all

  4. Janet, I ate my avatar

    if you look closely at the u and the n in unfettered you will see a gap, this gap widens toward the end of the edition as the moveable type moves, so if you look at the width you know from when in the night your copy was printed well at least that half as it was printed in two halves as the British had confiscated most moveable type,
    that explains the sealing wax on the other letters R in Republic etc and the off font e’s

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