Category Archives: Music

Just For Today

George’s widow Olivia Harrison said that this song is her favorite of his. Someone on YouTube pointed out that it has two separate guitar solos, which I suppose is the sort of thing that happens when the lead guitarist writes the song.  What I always enjoyed about it is that it seems like something from …

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Gentle People with Flowers In Their Hair

Most of the lyrics are HERE, but he adds a few additional verses.

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You Are Part of Everything

“Dear Prudence” is one of my favorite Beatles’ songs, and it turns out to have been a favorite of Jerry Garcia, too. Full lyrics HERE.

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Welcome to Happy Hour

He sounds a lot like Bob Seger. doesn’t he?

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I’ll be coming home soon…

The studio version is available HERE, but I really like this one apparently filmed by a fan.  You can see how the man almost disappears, becoming a conduit for music and emotion to flow through. He was amazing. Full lyrics available HERE.

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But I remember everything.

When he sings, “Everyone I know goes away, in the end,” he shows a photograph of his mother.  That’s a detail I hadn’t noticed before. Full lyrics HERE. • As an aside, when he and June were filming this video they went outside to a nearby bus stop during one of their breaks to talk …

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Everything Wasn’t All Right

Everything about this song just works:  the harmonies, the drumming, the the story of heartbreak juxtaposed with the story of finding a slug. Full lyrics HERE.

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Wait

Sometimes a song invokes a certain feeling, even if the narrative isn’t clear. Full lyrics HERE.

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Like feral waves to your mind

Wow. Full lyrics HERE.  There’s a live version posted HERE.

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I’ve hungered

I like it when an artist doesn’t just cover a song, but reworks it to make it their own. Full lyrics HERE.

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Left over memories of Sunday

Full lyrics HERE.

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