From Treasures Left Behind, a 1998 tribute album to the late Kate Wolf.
The reason I’m so fond of this song is here: https://am-records.com/2019/04/15/lemonheads-you-win/
Jackson Browne meets the ghost of Nick Drake.
Taken from the House on the Hill album, this was a minor hit single for Howard Werth and Co.
This was written by Mike d’Abo and Tony Macaulay, and released by The Foundations in 1968 as their fourth single. It made No 1 in America and No 2 in … Continue readingThe Foundations: Build Me Up Buttercup
MAY I crave your indulgence? Click on this link, close your eyes and listen. What you hear is an ageing momma a-wailin’ and a-hollerin’ as she stirs a pan of hominy grits … Continue readingGot Dem Ole Streatham High Street Blues
Old Hiatty’s voice has seen better days but Jerry’s playing resonates as nicely as ever. Shame about the masks.
Speaking as a fairly young dog, I also avoid new tricks since you get the biscuit in the end, anyway.
WALKING beside the Ribble last week I found myself amidst a swarm of fast-flying sand martins. I had never seen so many at once so I had a go at … Continue readingSurrounded by sand martins
Live version of the song from her second album, My Life.