Reblog: 40 YEARS AGO: The Go-Betweens – “Your Turn, My Turn” — SONGS SMITHS

40 YEARS AGO: The Go-Betweens – “Your Turn, My Turn” “July 11, 1981 THE GO BETWEENS have a new Australian-only single in the shops. It pairs “Your Turn, My Turn” with “World Weary”. The piano on the song is provided by a guest appearance by Dan Wallace-Crabbe of the Laughing Clowns.” .punk diary

40 YEARS AGO: The Go-Betweens – “Your Turn, My Turn” — SONGS SMITHS

Reblog: Clouds (1988) – The Go-Betweens — Observation Blogger

I could write a 10 thousand word essay about this song, but I’m a lazy tard. It incorporates Dylan’s Love Minus Zero in the concert version below and I find it captivating. I have written before and I’ll say it again, if you want to hear what Australian culture is like in sound, then just […]

Clouds (1988) – The Go-Betweens — Observation Blogger

What Makes This Queen Great

Rick Beato has been talked about previously on this blog. His in depth technical analysis on songs is excellent.

As part of his What Makes This Song Great series, he’s turned his attention to Queen’s epic hit, Bohemian Rhapsody.

As a bonus, the video also includes an interview with Queen’s guitarist Brian May on the making of the song.

An insightful look at one of rock music’s greatest songs.