We Used to Know

Just some memories. A little self-indulgent perhaps. The soundtrack is a great song, accompanied by a snapshot of a story about desultory things I recall about the past. I enjoyed doing it, and I hope you enjoy watching it.

9 comments:

Conan the Librarian™ said...

Loved it WW.

Aye We Can ! said...

Really fab

Spartan said...

lt brings back memories ... thanks. Always good to hear the Tull. Which reminds me, did you see 'Keep on Running: 50 years of lsland Records'? (still on i-player) Without them the music scene would have been very different.

Eric Cantona said...

Great music, great memories. We must be of a similar 'baby boomer' vintage. Thanks!

Wrinkled Weasel said...

Thanks.

I did see the Island documentary, Spartan.

It just goes to show what one man and one very good idea can do.

I am a big Stevie Winwood fan as well as being into Tull, Roxy Music, and indeed most of the Island stable.

Wrinkled Weasel said...

A curious footnote. The Island documentary mentioned Millie Small. The guy who actually produced "My Boy Lollipop" ( and lived with Millie) was a bloke called Eddie Wolfram, who was my course tutor at art college.

Tory Poppins said...

Fantastic! Have you seen the new Island Life on iTunes! A must for any Island fan weasel! ;-)

Mrs R said...

That was good - happy memories. Thanks

Trojan said...

Interesting, but Eddie didn't start producing and going out with Millie until the late sixties and early seventies. It was Chris Blackwell who, with the help of guitarist, Ernest Ranglin) produced 'My Boy Lollipop'. Anyone know where Eddie is now?