Today we premiere a new song. It begins with some foot stomps in the wooden stage of Ca Beleño (Asturias, Spain), processed with a tape echo made in London in the middle Sixties.
You’ll get to hear Hector Braga on the Hurdy-Gurdy, and our guest Pepín de Muñalén on the wooden flute. There’s also a Bass VI with a tremolo, and three triangles that sound different notes.
It’s a song about those who have gone, and those who stay to bid them farewell. Yes, it’s a sad song, but it’s got a crack that lets the light get in, like Leonard Cohen used to sing.
The song’s called “Everybody Came To Your Party (But You Were Gone)”. I hope you like it. Here it is: