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Category Archives: Music
“In the white room with black curtains near the station. Black-roof country, no gold pavements, tired starlings. Silver horses run down moonbeams in your dark eyes. Dawn-light smiles on you leaving, my contentment.” White Room (Brown, Bruce), Cream Maybe a … Continue reading
This song has been hijacked so many times, not least by the UK’s loony left, protesting against Margaret Thatcher. Wikipedia will tell you it’s a protest against protest folk songs. Take the song at face value: as a protest against wage-slavery … Continue reading
“Little old lady got mutilated late last night; Werewolves of London again.” Werewolves of London, Warren Zevon Warren Zevon was such a talented songwriter. He was musical and he was literate. He was eloquent and he was deliciously dark. He … Continue reading
The sovereign professional walks a solitary path. Sometimes you need a lift, something big and empowering and energising. This has been the opening song on my daily soundtrack for the last few months. “God, I feel so strong!” Here’s Alice Cooper’s original … Continue reading
The soundtrack for my current work and writing is the very wonderful Grateful Dead Radio (GDRadio.net). Non-stop streaming of concerts by the Grateful Dead and off-shoots; what more do you need? On my first, and so far only, trip to … Continue reading
My music collection is built on the cornerstone of three albums that I bought during the last holiday I took with my parents. They were on vinyl, of course; CDs were still a few years away. I was at university … Continue reading