Cleverly illustrated with scenes from the movie My Friend Dahmer, about mass murderer Jeffrey, David Byrne’s signature tune from the 77 album.
Suppose I could have picked anything from 1979’s Unknown Pleasures album as part of my ‘going doolally’ season. Here it is with a ‘reimagined’ video.
Three drummers giving it some stick on a 2015 live performance of the 1969 classic from In The Court of the Crimson King.
THERE is something about music at funerals that reduces my wife and me to quivering wrecks. The majestic Nimrod, from Elgar’s Enigma Variations, was played at both services for Margaret’s mother and father, … Continue readingThe unbearable beauty of funeral music
Brian Wilson on his struggle to fit in with the rest of mankind, from Pet Sounds in 1966.
The Sabs’ gentle ballad performed by a rather chubby Ozzy and the boys at Live Aid in 1985.
One of the highlights of their 1988 album Surfer Rosa. Here’s a live version from Glastonbury more than 25 years later.
Touching tribute to his old lady from Wozza on his 11th studio album, 2002’s My Ride’s Here.
One minute 33 seconds of energy from Joey, Johnny, Dee Dee and Tommy. This is a live performance from 1978.
Opening a season of songs about going crackers, Neko Case, kd lang and Laura Veirs with one of the best tracks from their eponymous 2016 album.