The temperature dropped sharply. Yesterday midday / early afternoon we were in the late 20s° C. A “weather” approached, windfists hit the building (I think it swayed a bit), and in the evening one could watch lightning on the horizon, wandering from West, via North to East. I slept badly. Today it’s all cloudy, fresh. The rain was good for earth and plants.
Yesterday evening I felt a bit blue at the edges, crackling, sometimes life seems to be a long succession of goodbyes. After some time in search for a Sunday Music I gave in and went to bed – in the end it would have been another melancholic Purcell song by Deller or some such. And as much as I like Alfred’s voice, not today darling.
So it is time to turn to another classic, from Herbie HANCOCKs (Ger., Eng.) 1964 album Empyrean Isles (Eng.) a little number called Cantaloup Island (Ger., Eng.) – hope you enjoy it !