No time for a new review…

So what about musik? (Plus more vids to gradually change the blog’s front page from showing the same old stuff) And what’s better than revisiting an ELO tune while strange women jiggle around? Nothing. Exactly. Even Homer Simpson wouldn’t kick this one off his ipod…

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“Wonder what tomorrow brings…”

“It’s as cold as hell…”

“We’re riding on the same train…”

Not Bad For A 69 Year Old

Yes, all the clichés are present and correct for a man born in 1947. This is a cross between “A Whiter Shade Of Pale” and “Free As A Bird” (which he produced) with maybe bits of other Beatle-esque flavours swirling around. But its quite remarkable such an old geezer can still release a very concise, new (well, 2015 is ‘new’ enough for highteadreams) recording with a voice that could pass for a guy in his 40s. (As well as playing all the instruments himself)

A Song For The Sensitive

The studio album version of this very dreamy tune is longer and has quite a long, slow intro. This live version cuts to the chase a bit quicker, albeit without the violins and echoing guitars. I’m quite impressed with how clear and strong his voice is. There’s even onscreen lyrics.

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