[l1]S[/l1]o, like, I’m back. Sort of. I just thought that since this is the first time in over a year that the top search at my site hasn’t been related to Walking In Memphis or Mark Cohn, it was time to write again. So in no particular order, some things that were searched for recently here at Know Your Music:
- ‘Bora, Bora’ – Nice place; I’d love to go there sometime. Know nothing about the music.
- ‘American Graffiti’ – Phenomenal sound track. It’s been fifteen years since I listened to it. Have to look it up and consider writing about it.
- ‘If I could only turn back the hands of time to when you and God were born’ – It’s actually ‘when God and her were born’; the song is Bob Dylan’s ‘Shelter From the Storm’ which I wrote about back in October of ’03
- ‘Loreena McKennitt’ – Well I wonder if I’ve written about Loreena McKennitt. I don’t remember. I’ll find out and let you know.
- ‘Whiter Shade of Pale’ – Procol Harum’s biggest hit, not their best song. And astonishingly enough, according to lyricist Keith Reid, has nothing to do with Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales.
- ‘Anyone seen the bridge?’ – Frantic, disjointed shouting by Robert Plant during Led Zeppelin’s strangest song ever, ‘The Crunge’, from Houses of The Holy