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
I have consistently played, for my own pleasure, 1960’s and 1970’s songs by The Moody Blues. Their albums always had a theme running through them which offered thought provoking moments, so to play a single track is really taking a song out of its intended context. Continue reading
I have always been interested in “the details”! Part of that is probably genetic, and part early life styling. Continue reading
The photograph (at bottom) was taken in March 2017, but part of it … the furry part …. could easily have represented yesterday!
We were out on our regular “Ray walk”, and he seemed quite disappointed with his normal “treat stops”. Lululemon’s dog biscuit bowl was empty (and the staff were obviously busy), and the bank was closed. Ray, in true Ray fashion, took it upon himself to resolve the problem and took charge of his walk. Continue reading
I find music fascinating. A song’s lyrics can take you into your history, or your anticipated future. It can arouse tears of sadness … or joy, and can cause excitement … or simply be a sedative. Continue reading