JOHNNY'S HOMESICK BLUES
The fourh in the series of 'Lockdown' songs. A bit more rocky - so best played LOUD. A couple of references to Bob Dylan's "Subterranean Homesick Blues" - and a few more nods to other classics...
IS THAT ALL?
The third in the series of 'Lockdown' songs.
THE GHOST LIGHT
While theatres and other places of entertainment remain closed, here is a new tune in celebration of the fact that soon we will re-open our doors and slowly, eventually, life as we know it, will resume.
This is a more general reaction to lockdown than "The Ghost Light" - but also from quite a personal perspective. It's as much about missing somebody as it is about the present crisis. The idea came from a seemingly little thing: a telephone that no longer rings on a Sunday morning. Without going into detail, it set my thoughts onto a path that eventually led to this song - an imagined conversation with a loved one, no longer with us. We miss these chats, these moments; sharing these things. What they be making of the whole situation?