Okay boys and girls… let’s be honest here. This is not the post for Monday ON Monday. This is the post for Monday on Saturday, but because I am dedicated to a blog post for every day, I back up and do it. My schedule has gotten so crapped out because of pandemic, new clients, blah blah blah. Those are all legitimate and true reasons, but not excuses. So, here we are. Talking about March 1 because that’s when it’s dated. And on March 1, 1974, Rush released their first album, which was self-titled. Best known as the one that Neil Peart wasn’t on. I didn’t really like the tunes I’ve heard from this album except this one. But, then again, I haven’t listened in a quite a while and my tastes and thoughts evolve almost all the time. This song is the one everyone knows, but it wasn’t released as a single. Two others were. I picked this one because it’s kids playing hard rock. A beautiful sight to behold. They do a decent job of it, too. Enjoy!
Until “tomorrow,” same blog channel…
“Well, I get up at seven, yeah, and I go to work at nine. I got no time for livin’. Yes, I’m workin’ all the time. It seems to me I could live my life a lot better than I think I am. I guess that’s why they call me, they call me the workin’ man.” – “Working Man” (Lifeson/Lee)