Sunday Morning Coming Down

I haven’t posted anything from Robbie Fulks’ wonderful Country Love Songs album for a goodly pinch of time now, so armed with that knowledge makes this morning’s selection easy enough.

This is great – not as good as his favourite tune of mine – She Took a Lot of Pills (And Died), since you asked, which I’ve previously posted – but it is still pretty fine:

In case you fancy giving that other Fulks tune I mentioned a listen (and there really is no good reason why you shouldn’t), I’ve re-upped it, here.

More soon.

Late Night Stargazing

Apologies for the lack of posts this last week or so; on top of my usual start-of-the-year lethargy, I’ve been struck down with flu-like symptoms (not COVID) which have knocked me for six. I’ve been off work all week – which considering I’ve been working from home for months now gives you an idea of how rough I felt that I couldn’t even summon up the strength to turn my laptop on – but I seem to be coming out the other side now.

What this week has given me though is the chance to watch/fall asleep in front of loads of television shows and movies. More of these later, if I get round to it.

But last night, as I waited for the excellent documentary about The Nightingales to air on Sky Arts, I caught the last few minutes of one about Marc Bolan and T. Rex, which I’ll have to watch the whole of sometime.

Anyway, this song made an appearance and I’d forgotten just how great it it, so it seemed an easy way to start posting again to feature it:

More soon.