a blog of blether & grooves 2006-13
May I be the first to thank you for this lovely peach.New to me too lad.If alone, stay on the bright side.
Beautiful isn't it?
Have you heard Grant's debut solo album Watershed, Davy? If not you seriously need to buy it, as it's blooming marvellous. Right up there with the best of the gobby twins.
I haven't Kips, and must put this right, clearly.
That's the spirit. It's a thing of beauty, fo sho. Sorry, forgot I come from the home counties there, for a sec.
I've answered your call for more reggae...http://fadesinslowly.blogspot.com/2008/09/roast-fish-on-menu-podcast-4.html
Much of Grant McLennan's solo work is on a par with the wonderful music he recorded with the Go-Betweens. All four of his solo albums have their transcendent moments, and songs such as "In Your Bright Ray", "Fingers", and "Easy Come, Easy Go" sit quite comfortably alongside "Cattle and Cane" and "Bye-Bye Pride". The guy was brillaint in any form...
I know some, but by no means all, of his solo stuff Robert - must investigate further!