Don’t know about bones but I’ve a good idea where all the yellow tennis balls are hid.
Now that’s what I call a good name for a group.
I wish they’d done one called Working Cocker.
Dig the drummer’s crazy beard.
A live performance from 1972.
Featuring the great Albert Lee on guitar. He brought the feuding Everlys back together in 1983 after a ten-year hiatus.
A lady in the village who has walked hundreds of dogs says she has never seen a happier one than me (sound of tail thumping against inanimate object).
Great title! From the 1973 LP Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night.
Must admit I nicked this from my master’s playlist while he was making my lunch. Chicken and biscuits, since you ask, and very nice too, if a bit heavy on … Continue readingSwamp Dogg: Did I Come Back Too Soon (Or Stay Away Too Long)?
Isolation Week continues with this little gem from 1972. The Bingo connection is the album it comes from, One Man Dog.