What’s the Frequency, Peter?

After years of oblivion this hymn written by my distant relative James McCorkindale in 1928 has re-entered the zeitgeist. Thinking about the bizarre concept of synchronicity and being ‘tuned in’, I went googling for more info about this song today.  World, I present Peter Taylor singing “My Wonderful Wireless Set”
Bless.


And with this, Old Uncle James joins the rich heritage of artists, writers and composers, such as Dostoevsky, Blake, Bowie and Burroughs who have spoken of sensitivity and visionary connection to ‘other realms’.

Can’t get enough of Peter Taylor?  Listen to his cautionary advice around the perils of alcohol: “The Man Trap.” You’re Welcome.

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