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Plus I know the songs from Frozen, and know who Peppa Pig, Paw Patrol and Polly Pocket are." His own father Allan left the family home in Ayr at Christmas, 1970, when Mike was 12.He didn't see him again until 1998 when Mike turned up at his door and effectively restarted their relationship.He can recall sharing a joint with Bob once upon a time in London. "Good trick question and the answer is, of course, I wouldn't want to hang out with either of them. We would disagree about Christianity, which suited him and not me, and agree about love." He jokes that his soul is "hovering about three foot above me at all times". I discovered that in those days, I tried to make people like me." And now? But then, I would actually have been scared of what people thought of me. But that was my condition then." How did he lose that? Laughing at myself." What wisdom has he learned with age?He found him engaging, as did Bob him, and they bonded. But if I was stuck on a desert island with those two, and there was no escape, I would rechristen them Gonzo and Bonzo and psyche them out, thoroughly." For the next 90 minutes the words and the stories poured out of Scott. He describes himself as "spiritual" rather than anything remotely religious. "When I was at Findhorn [the spiritual community on the west coast of Scotland], sometimes I would be in groups and use techniques to strip away all the layers of artifice with which we surround ourselves and get to the real core of the person. It wouldn't be pretty but we would get to something." What did he learn about himself in Findhorn? "Live in the moment and trust yourself," says Mike who was born in Edinburgh on December 14, 1958.He wrote a song supporting her, called Rok Rok Rokudenashiko, and sent it to her by email before her first court appearance.They soon began communicating through private messaging on social media.And it looked kinda like a post office to me when we were there.
(Intriguingly, many years before, Anne took the 11-year-old Mike to Sligo for the annual Yeats summer school; in 2011, Mike released his classic An Appointment with Mr Yeats.) Then Mike and Anne drove on to Connemara and Galway "and all my old memories started coming back to me.
And from beneath it, skinny stargazer, bohemian wanderer and poetic rock star Mike Scott seems to be propelled by an invisible force, up St Anne's Street, and down Drury Street, before finally settling in a bar on Fade Street. There are, of course, substantial reasons for this.
Mike has a new wife (internationally acclaimed Japanese artist Megumi Igarashi), a new baby (a seven-month-old son) and a new album, Out Of All This Blue, the best Waterboys album in decades, if not ever (it's certainly more than up there with 1984's A Pagan Place or 1988's Fisherman's Blues.) The fact that there are 15 love songs out of 23 on the new double album might also attest to the singer's present state of grace with the world and his beautiful, often controversial wife, with whom, and the new baba, he has set up home in Dublin.
So that's what we did," recalls Mike, who travelled to Tokyo in late January 2016 to see her.
How did he woo his future wife on their first date? I just hung out with her and had a good time," he explains. The chemistry was great, we had a wonderful evening and I really, really liked her. So I asked for a romantic date 'next time' and she said OK." A few days later, on February 2, Mike and Megumi had their first "official romantic date".
Wearing the aforesaid hat which he bought in 2014 in Nashville, Mike outlines the fable of magic Megumi: a feminist artist whose work has in many ways challenged Japanese culture's fear (if not hatred) of women's bodies by celebrating the vagina.