I wish Gillian would come and sing in the Clitheroe Food Hall.
A live one from the Lylester, looking more like an Easter Island statue every day.
Excruciating clip from the Eighties. In memory of Willie Thorne, who died this week aged 66.
Mournful Brian Wilson beauty from the classic Surf’s Up album of 1971. This is an alternative longer version.
Pumice is the stage name of a New Zealander named Stefan Neville. This haunting little instrumental comes from a tribute album to John Fahey, The Great Koonaklaster Speaks.
Not exactly easy listening but well worth persevering with.
One of Old Growly-Chops’s most commercial efforts, from the 1983 album Rain Dogs. And here’s the Rodster’s cover version.
Back to the Another Saturday Night album for this little snorter from 1968.
One of the old fella’s best. From the 1972 album Naturally.
Ten sweaty minutes from the Rorster. I just wish he’d put a bit more into it.