My album of 2021 was Big Red Machine’s How Long Do You Think It’s Going To Last, with Low’s HEY WHAT coming in a close second.
Here’s Big Red Machine doing a lovely version of ‘New Auburn’ on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
As mentioned in 2019, and for other perhaps obvious reasons in 2020, I didn’t find time in 2021 to write frequently for this blog. So, as in 2019, but with no summary this time to accompany them, the following photos will have to give some indication as to what I got up to.
Given my disuse of it I’m undecided, going forward, as to what to do with this blog. I’m not writing for it in the manner I thought I might. Which is fine. Plans change. But as I still think it worth to have my own bit of space on the web, I have to decide in what shape and form that takes. But before that, a glass of port. And as I forgot to post it, the first port of the season was:
Some music for me is forever associated with certain seasons. Damien Jurado’s music is the sound of late Autumn / Winter. ‘I Had No Intentions’ is off one of my favourite albums of his, 2006’s And Now That I’m In Your Shadow.