Let's talk about classic music.
Music that exists in the margins of my addled memory.
Music that sounds as if it was recorded in another place,
another time, with topical subject matter that one
needs to research, in order to get the full
effect of the lyrical message.
Music like Peter Sarstedt's singular hit,
"Where Do You Go To My Lovely",
which was released way back in 1969
and contains a circular song structure,
as well as references to many
popular figures and
As a young teen, I was very impressed by the
seeming worldliness of Sarstedt, as he sang
about people and events that tantalized me.
Have a look at the grainy black and white video,
(which, unfortunately, ends before the final verse)
following my photo of something...
I'm still not sure what it is.
Mozz the Elder