Why don’t you absolutely love this? Last time I posted it no one commented. Well, it’s going to keep coming back til you give in to it.
Like storm-clouds mean rain, like Clegg means sorry I mean it Charles, please….
(OK, give us a break now?)
Do you mean it, GM? It’s important to mean it.
Ah, Kathryn, there you are — the Platonic ideal of a blog reader. If you like it, the indifference of the rest of the world (excl David) falls away.
Heathens, the lot of you. I liked it very much (in stereo on my laptop) and am only sorry I missed it on its earlier outing.
Well the tag: ‘experimental drone noise’ is a bit of a clue…
though I admit the repetitive hiss of the gramophone is rather soothing 😉
You’re a man of impeccable taste, David. I suspect Belinda likes it much, much more than she’s letting on. The way it’s been remixed is the very stuff of smiles.
Serious.. ahem, seriously good that is Charles!
although.. in places the voice is slightly reminiscent of Kenny Everett – slowed down – if you want to smile Belinda?)
I like things that make me smile so I’m not too keen on this. But I have clicked on the Like icon to keep sweetpea company.
Thank you, Sweetpea. I can get on with my life, now. Did you hear it in stereo? Got to hear it in stereo.
Very surprised to hear Marlene singing that, though the narrow range will have appealed to her. Good, I agree – but not quite in the same class.
All right, it’s all down to taste.
You couldn’t just click on the Like icon, could you? Then my peace of mind will be complete.
Some people are never satisfied. I’ve now clicked on the Like button. There art thou happy?
Blissed out and beaming.
Yes, alright, we love it. And while you’re at it, you may as well include Marlene Dietrich, ‘Sag mir, wo die Blumen sind’.