Sunday, March 20, 2011

Galwad Y Mynydd

I got some positive feedback from the Meic Stevens post, and I'm still on that whole Welsh jag, so here's another one that I don't believe is posted on Weird Brother (hey, make with more Welsh postings). I haven't a clue what this band's name means or what they're going on about in the songs, but I do know that it's something that seems to easy my worries. And right now, I've got plenty of those. My entire back is full of knots caused by stress. I need a new job, money, etc. Oh what fun life is. At least there's good music.



  1. Seems like a fair few of us are noticing that simply maintaining is becoming more and more of a struggle. No job(or sign thereof), depression defeating me, fuckwits everywhere, shitkicking-grim-motherfucker of an excuse for a 'society'(England), all of which and more can become sometimes too much.
    But it's good to be awake, in the Gurdjieffian sense, even when one is surrounded by de-humanization on a staggering scale and the fact that most folks are NEVER awake(Slug-people being just one type).
    Amazing how often all of this(life!)is, as you say, ameliorated by good music.
    That's where folks like you come in; life-savers.
    Thanks; and be well.

  2. Galwad Y Mynydd = The Call of the Mountains, for what that's worth.

    A truly lovely reissue.

  3. Thanks for the info. I just adore this album.

  4. Mace, thanks for the positive encouragement. I suppose it's easy to lose sight of that in times like these.