Almanac Humour: He’s Got The Whole World In His Pants – Mondegreens

In this Friday’s column, KD writes about the unusual and typically amusing phenomenon of mondegreens – those mishearings/misinterpretations usually associated with songs and poems. [Thanks to ‘Swish’ Schwerdt for using the word in a response to a previous post of mine; it inspired this piece – KD]

Almanac Music: Romantic Guy

This week’s Friday offering from Kevin Densley concerns a song he wrote, sung, played and recorded in the bedroom of a Geelong mate about thirty-five years ago. The song itself is included with the story behind it. One mate told KD it reminded him of Paul McCartney, another said John Lennon. Almanac listeners – you be the judge!

Almanac Music: Elton John – on the road to the Highlands 1974

A Rolls Royce, a Mini, Elton John and the road to the Highlands are fondly remembered by Col Ritchie.

Almanac Music: Reservoir Rockers

Sometimes it’s the little things that matter the most; Andrew Starkie has become part of a neighbourly trio of enthusiastic amateur musicians during lockdown.

AFLW Round 7 – Western Bulldogs v Melbourne: Brenny and the Jets

The Bulldogs were on song and so too is Jackie Lynch as she details the epic Clayton’s Preliminary Final in the West

Almanac Music: New Lost World

In these trying political times, Peter Crossing looks at the power of music in making a change in society.