More BS about me coming out in the paper,,,,, Same 'Ol Same 'Ol the
reporter 'seemed' intelligent enough...... guess not? I didn't know i
swayed when I played either, I quote the "Harpsichord related"
bits.... and i never named my instruments...
On the surface, architect Nicholas Bunning is almost as difficult to
summarize as the neighborhood he lives in. A lover of Baroque
music––“It wasn’t like rap, which is, like, all over the place”––and
collector of vintage harpsichords and clavichords, he is also covered
in tattoos, has a shaved head and earlobes that dangle with the holes
of flesh plugs.
“I have, like, eleven harpsichords. I just love Baroque music,” he
says. “Architecture and tattoos. Those are my three passions.”
A British expatriate, he speaks with a gentle lilt, peppering his
speech with the occasional “cool” and “like” and “you know what I’m
saying?” At one point during the evening, he sits in the drawing room
before one of his most prized instruments, a Queen Elizabeth
harpsichord (“Queen Mother” as Bunning calls it) and unleashes a
beautiful jangling song, his compact and burly frame swaying gently
with the inflections.