It’s been a super crazy couple of weeks. I just got a new job, which I adore, and have been transitioning from my old job, which I also adored. It’s a really happy time, but also a busy one.
So here’s a couple of tracks in honor of working folk.
“Working in a Coal Mine” was a hit for Lee Dorsey in 1966:
Until just now, when I looked up the song, I only really knew the Devo version. I’m surprised by how similar it is to the original.
Not that I’m complaining; they’re both great. And so is this:
Nobody sings like Roy Orbison. Nobody. Bruce Springsteen agrees with me, so it must be true.