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.
Sounds a bit like Squeeze, which is no bad thing.
Dig the bass player’s barnet.
Kindly suggested by reader Andy Marshall. Personally I find the lyrics confusing, but then I’m only a thick spaniel.