“May it be”

From my perspective, Tolkein’s Hobbit stories are some of the best fiction ever written, and the “Lord of The Rings” movie was close to my understanding of the story line, which is in stark contrast to most book based movies that I have seen.

So we have a classic work of fiction, which precipitated a movie which complimented the story … and we not only have a beautiful melody with some thought provoking words … but a wonderfully clear voice presenting them. Enjoy!

Footnote: This video has a High Definition option (1080p). If your device can handle it, it is well worth selecting



This is a call for help from any/all of you who love music of the late 60’s/early 70’s. Perhaps you lived through those years, or perhaps you were born later but can really relate to the songs of those times. Anyway …. Continue reading


Hunter Muskett was a group that I saw live at our local Folk Club in the late 1960s/early 1970s, and subsequently bought their “Every Time You Move” album … on which “Snow” is the last track. The attraction of their sound was mainly being totally acoustic at a time when the electric guitar was being explored by the likes of Jimi Hendrix. Continue reading

“The Village Lanterne”

Last Saturday’s music post linking to Blackmore’s Night “Windmills” triggered some interesting Comments both here, and in my world outside of the Blog!  A number of Comments were based on not having heard of Blackmore’s Night before, which is a sentiment that I can totally relate to as I only heard of them by chance a little over a year ago! Continue reading