Great view of our old heros in action
‘He was a hero to me’ (David Crosby)
‘I would prefer not to’ (Bartleby the Scrivener- Herman Melville)
Some artists songs reflect the busy world being born and dying all around them.
Some artists songs are front line combatant reports showing us how it feels to fall in and out of love.
Some artists songs like those of Fred Neil, the subject of today’s Immortal Jukebox tribute, are invitations to enter a dreamscape where the deep emotions of our unconscious selves are mysteriously evoked, recognised and sounded.
Listening to such songs can be an enormously affecting, liberating and transformative experience.
Everybody knows a Fred Neil song though most don’t know that song as a Fred Neil song.
So, ‘Everybody’s Talking At Me’, a song played on the radio all around the world every day is generally regarded as a Nilsson song or, ‘That song from Midnight Cowboy’.
And, ‘Dolphins’ is…
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