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Another song originally written in a different style but adapted to fit my current theme of scuzzy surfer-style.
Originally written as a folk-style song with intentionally ‘dumb-ass’ lyrics, the song has undergone a radical change into a stoned-surfer track with fuzzed-up guitars and trashy drums.
Blind Billy Day was one of Rotherham’s town criers. He was reputed to be a very strict, old-fashioned, ‘fire-and-brimstone’ religious disciplinarian, who had a strong hold over all the members of his family, both immediate and extended. However, he was also a notorious womaniser! I originally wrote it as a folk song.
The origins of the lyrics are somewhat obscure and rather damning. I have long-since forgiven the people involved – but I rarely forget.
The song went through many versions before arriving at the one presented here. A very similar version (with a slightly different introduction) was recorded at a studio in Rotherham and released as a 7 inch single, only faintly troubling the very bottom end of the dance charts. The samples are taken from the original film of the same name.
Originally recorded by The Civil Wars, this is the version I have been performing with Meadowland.
Originally written as a Country/Folk song, the version here was recorded in a surfer style, around the same time as I reimagined “Lazy Days”.