"When I Get Home" by Pentangle (1971); "Hammond Song" by The Roches (production and guitar by Robert Fripp of King Crimson) (1979); "A Chance Counsel" by Richard Buckner (2004); "My Autumn's Done Come" by Lee Hazelwood ("...Quite possibly the best retirement song ever written," —Dylan Jones) (1966 version recorded when he was 37; there's a more recent version Kim sent me, recorded when he was much older, but I can't find it online); and "Gabriel's Mother's Highway Ballad #16 Blues" by Arlo Guthrie (1970, remastered 2004).
(It's raining today and Butters and I are in a no-ball-fetching-right-now, rainy-day mood.)
(Thanks as ever to Kim)
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