Let's talk about classic music.
I mean, fucking GREAT, timeless music.
Not that shite that dominates the various sound
and sight media we're limited to these days, but
classic music that both defines an era
AND transcends it.
King Crimson's "Happy Family" is what I call
classic music. Recorded and released on Crimson's
third album, Lizard, in 1970, Happy Family's music
was written by their leader, guitarist and main
composer, Robert Fripp, with astonishingly
topical and insightful verse by
band lyricist, Pete Sinfield.
Have a listen, via the link, below the picture
of a wall in Rome's Jewish Ghetto.
Tune in later when I bring you the next classic song.
Mozz the Elder