Shout out to Chris Lyne, regular host of this show, who reminded me a long while back how great the middle of our three acts on tonight's program is. The other two? The first track is one I first heard in high school and listened to a lot, as it romanticized the coming of age of a Scottish rock wannabe rock star in 1960s London (more stinging than swinging). The third came out only 18 months ago, but touches on that decade from his American perspective, and brings up the rear with many musical references, direct or cryptic.
|Love Chronicles (18:06)|
AL STEWART - Love Chronicles - 1969, CBS
|McGoohan’s Blues (17:54)|
ROY HARPER - Folkjokeopus - 1969, Sunset
|Murder Most Foul (17:04)|
BOB DYLAN - Rough and Rowdy Ways - 2020, Columbia