is a cracker by the Radiants on the Chess label
But the title leads me into this delightful question from Nigel. The first Comment is mine as an initial response
“While in Coffee#1 in Palmerston Road I noticed some small writing on a high beam, a close-up photo revealed it was written by William Wordsworth:
‘For I have learned to look on nature, not as in the hour of thoughtless youth, but hearing oftentimes the still, sad music of humanity‘.
Research shows the quote to be taken from a deep, thought-provoking poem titled, ‘Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey,’ written by Wordsworth in July 1798. I wonder what music he had in mind? He certainly wouldn’t have had the broad genres of music to choose from we have today. Music is all things to all people and I suppose first thoughts would be something blues-based? What ‘sad music of humanity’ would bloggers choose to illustrate their own views of the state of the world today?”