Monday, July 14, 2008

The Wayback Machine



Hail time-trippers! Monday again & yet another volunteer for the Wayback Machine. I've been mesmerized by today's guest since I first heard "Maracca Beach" and "Marushka" from his Melodeon album! Please greet Edward Moyse of Delaware's Licorice Roots!


Edward creates perfectly crafted pop wonders and deserves a far wider audience than I surmise he's actualy receiving, to these ears. His "Sunlit Galleon" from the Shades of Streamers album still haunts. Edward released Stripes of Sunshine last year and is about to unleash a new album later this Summer, entitled Glimpses of Greenwood.

So, where does this pop architect wanna' go?

You've been given a one-time opportunity to use The Wayback Machine; what band would you like to see, in what year, and what song would you most want to see them play?

Edward: I would have liked to see Rolf Harris do "Tie Me Kangaroo Down Sport", in 1963 I think it was, if I had access to the Wayback Machine.



Good luck Edward!

2 comments:

sr-71 said...

Probably the funniest Wayback pick yet - and it will be a tough one to top!

Cliff. said...

Ha ha, saw Rolf Harris twice in one day at Womad some years ago (his first set was sooo good I couldn't resist going back for more)Don't know Licorice Roots but will have to correct the situation forthwith.