Central composition was dedicated to the old rocker named Ray Lomas, who did not want to change for the sake of fashion or way of your life, or clothing style. As a result, all the girls turned away from him, music career did not take place, and the only thing left in Lomas, it's an old motorcycle on which he sliced ??with frightening speed. Winning the game show, the hapless adventurer met a lady of high society, which soon dropped it. Frustrated by his failure, Ray wanders into a tavern, where he meets a screwy and bearded jazz in the 'From A Dead Beat t i An Old Greaser', the second strongest song of the album, the title for which Anderson borrowed from a critical article about David Bowie and Rode Stewart (Rod Stewart) published in a newspaper. Old jazz represents a generation of beatniks who enthusiastically listened to the game Charlie Parker (Charlie Parker), were read by Jack Kerouac and attempted to paint in the style of Rene Magritte. Anderson seemed to compare jazz fate with that succeeded him rock music. In this nostalgic song has a great solo by Dave Palmer on soprano saxophone.
Minette Walters Omnibus: Scold's Bridle/The Dark Room
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