Ok so no HJHs but it’s got analogue synths, the Grateful Dead, drugs, the sixties and a roadie in it. A very late April fool, or was the Grateful Dead’s roadie really called Oswley Stanley. Of course he was. I thought for a second that was Oswald Moseley – which would have been even better. Enjoy.
After their stellar English Weather compilation from last year, the lads have done it again with State Of The Union: The American Dream In Crisis 1967-73.
Having listened to some of the tracks available on Spotify (10 of them aren’t) it’s going on the Christmas list.
The big man has died. Perhaps better known as a writer of great soul music (just ask Aretha), his songs liven up every party. He had a great ‘gutbucket’ voice. It makes perfect sense that his backing group were called The Goodtimers.
Let’s celebrate the joy the man liked to spread by posting your favourites. I’ll start with the obvious one, See Saw.