Back to work
Wow, that first day back at work was a tough one after so much time off.
After a long day at the plant, I have spent the entire evening listening to music trying to find some inspiration for a post. Well, I've finished off the last of my eggnog and heard lots of music, but alas, I’ve got nothing to show for it except a light head and a persistent alarm clock waiting to rouse me at much too early an hour.
It seems to be just as tough getting back to the Bus. So here are a couple of tunes I just happen to have handy. The first is a wonderful song from Byron Parker. Parker was a radio announcer and sometimes performer who was one of the original members of Bill Monroe’s Blue Grass Boys. The second song is an old favorite from the "Reverend" Robert Wilkins who worked the clubs of Memphis in the 1920s and was rediscovered in the 1960s.