Music today has been Jethro Tull – Aqualung (1971), love those songs, love Martin Barre’s guitars. Music Of The Daze The musical musings in this post are an excerpt from my daily blog, TO WHERE I AM NOW, featured on my main website. Read the full blog post here.
Music today was Elvis Costello’s Hey Clockface (2020), his 31st studio album. He’s nothing if not prolific and frankly I find it hard to keep up with him, but that he is an immense talent as a singer and a songwriter is beyond doubt. One might tire of his warbling controlled vibrato, but if you […]
Music today was Julien Baker’s second album Turn Out The Lights (2017). Lovely stuff, the sound, the songs, the voice, the words, highly recommended. She is also a member of boygenius with Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus. Music Of The Daze The musical musings in this post are an excerpt from my daily blog, TO […]
Music today has been the reissue of The Faust Tapes (1973). Originally released for the price of a single (49p), apparently 60,000 people in England bought it (including me, the original is in The Archive). It’s so weird and so great and so nuts and so unique and German, a sonic collage. If you liked […]
Music today has been Soft Machine’s Other Doors (2023) starring John Etheridge on guitar and Theo Travis on instruments you blow into and keys. John Marshall plays the drums and Fred Thelonious Baker is on bass, although ex-bassist Roy Babbington guests on two tracks (he’s 83). Anekdoten played a gig in Italy with Soft Machine […]
Music today has been The Kinks‘ Golden Hour Of The Kinks (1971). I spoke to Dare today and we were talking about the length of records and how much music you could fit on a side and he brought up this album. An absolutely essential and brilliant record. Music Of The Daze The musical musings […]