Mr. Finnbear got me thinking (always dangerous I know) about the ever-present importance of music in our lives. That is of course when not caressing gracefully contoured walnut or tweaking a hand-cut wing safety.
So what's your favourite piece to accompany you on a; - the pre dawn journey to your hunting ground and b; - the return to larder after a successful stalk?
The only rule is honesty in what is "dope" to you as distinct from a number of predictably contrived contributions from certain ar-----s I've had to endure on Radio 4's Dessert Island Discs in recent years.
Guess I get to kick things off:-
a. "Proverb" by Steve Reich - Nonesuch Records 1996. Catalogue #7559-79430-2.
b. "Loud Green Song" by Patto - Island Records 1972. Catalogue #ILPS 9210. (A Gold medal kick-arse buck song if ever there was and oh so challenging for the non chipped throttle of a 110 Double Cab. Please note Mr. Clarkson!)
Ps: As I pen these words I'm listening to Green On Red's "Deliverance". On vinyl of course. Which further reminds me you don't need "Snake Bit"(e) to get off on this life when music's this good and Matthew Piucci is on guitar.