Nowhere near sentimental enough in my view. From his 2016 debut album Behind This Guitar, which also features Alison Krauss.
From the 1979 album In Through The Out Door, which my master says is a reference to unnatural sexual practices, whatever that means. I love the second comment on the … Continue readingLed Zeppelin: Hot Dog
Don’t knock on my door if you don’t know my rottweiler’s name . . . great stuff from WZ’s 1995 album Mutineer,
Not enough dog detail in this for me. Is it male or female? What’s its name? What breed is it? Otherwise a great song from the incomparable Mr Jones. https://am-records.com/2018/10/15/nic-jones-national-treasure/
. . . the more I love my dog. Admirable sentiments from the former Kent and England left-arm medium pacer.
Brilliant. Just brilliant.
‘I ‘ave a dog and a good dog too, and I keeps him in me keepin’.’ Wise words from the Tabester on her 1976 debut album Airs and Graces. The … Continue readingJune Tabor: While Gamekeepers Lie Sleeping
Blimey, what a tearjerker! This one had me howling. From the 2015 album Kill The Lights. Whimper, whimper.
A friend of the family described this as the most sexist country song of all time. I don’t know what he means. From the 1967 LP Don’t Squeeze My Sharmon.
This was recommended to me by reader Andy Marshall, for which many thanks. It comes from Nina’s 2000 album Dogs, and you don’t get many better titles than that.