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Would have been pretty good, I wager. Do not adjust your horizontal or diagonal? There was a post floating around a while back, I think possibly from Neil Gaiman himself, suggesting possible castings had Good Omens been made in previous decades. Iirc the 60s version was Peter Sellers as both Aizraphale and Crowley, which is a nice idea, but I will live and die on the hill where a s adaptation starred Pete and Dud because, I mean -.
I feel a huge gap now. We knew each other for over 40 years, in a friendship that was always tinged by echoes of Pete and Dud.
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Over the last few years - with him living in New York and me in London - our connection was by email. About a year ago we started talking about Outside - the last album we worked on together. We both liked that album a lot and felt that it had fallen through the cracks. We talked about revisiting it, taking it somewhere new. I was looking forward to that. I received an email from him seven days ago. It was as funny as always, and as surreal, looping through word games and allusions and all the usual stuff we did.
I realise now he was saying goodbye. Love to all. Over the last few years—with him living in New York and me in London—our connection was by email. We signed off with invented names: some of his were mr showbiz, milton keynes, rhoda borrocks and the duke of ear.
About a year ago we started talking about Outside— the last album we worked on together. I never met such a brilliant person. He was the best there is. Tony Visconti — He always did what he wanted to do.
Let’s hear it for comedy albums: a concentrated hit of standup
And he wanted to do it his way and he wanted to do it the best way. His death was no different from his life—a work of Art. He made Blackstar for us, his parting gift.