Best Bit: I don’t often have reason to say this – but the best bit is the key change.
Best Bit: The wailing duel guitars of the crescendo to the main solo.
Note: Only the patient need apply. Or actually, just go away and come back when you’re feeling more patient. It is 26 minutes long, and is arguably 1 song, 2 songs or 9 of them put together.
Best Bit: Ground Control have lost contact with Major Tom. We cross back to Major Tom, now all alone out in space – “Here am I floating round my tin can …”
These guys are one of the long-running stalwarts of the Perth music scene. They seem to have been on the line-up for every major local music festival for the past 20 years or more. They’re probably more known for hard rocking, but in this one where they pulled it back and gave us something really heartfelt – it was incredible.
Johnny Cash had a sharp wit. In this clip he comes across as much like a comedian (a good one) than a country/rock singer.
Wife is in hospital for a couple of days. Nothing too serious. But she is really struggling with the food. As someone who basically lives to eat, the rubbish coming out of the kitchens there is causing her more angst than anything else.
Still, at least it’s a good excuse to play a track from one of my fave albums of all time.
I always come back to this album at some point.
One for all you fans of classic Chili Peppers and interpretative dance.
Was in a bit of a sadsack mood yesterday. Beck’s ‘Seachange’ is my go-to in such times.
Great track with one of the best drawn-out super-long intros around.