The Lord of Flip Manor is the subject of a feature article in Britain's premier folk magazine FROOTS (for Folk Roots Magazine.) The article, Tongue Dancer, is authored by none other than the publications chief protocol wig, editor Ian Anderson.
The feature is part of the Aug/Sept 20th anniversary issue of FROOTS hitting the streets around July 22, 1999. An advanced copy of the text was provided to LBO and let me hip thee, it is a swingin', jumpin' narrative and a feast of quotes from noble cats and kitties including Lady Laurie Buckley , Rambling Jack Elliot and singer Lady Dorris Henderson (who's deep soul well ebony pipes graced the likes of "The Nazz" and "Black Cross" during Lord Buckley's legendary Ivar concert recordings.) The scholarship of Princes Oliver Trager and Doug Cruickshank is much in evidence and graciously credited. So make the text scene with this precious gift from those swingin' cats across the pond.