When we're driving around Louis and I take it in turns to choose tracks to play. He lines them up to autoplay on Spotify. I have to grin and bear it through some stuff that isn't to my taste. On other occasions I'm pleasantly surprised by what my boy chooses. My fandom of Imagine Dragons is a result of what I've been exposed to on these musical forays.
The other day Louis complained that my favourite Gary Numan track, at six minutes or so, was too long. He cheekily cut it short and then continued to ask me for my playlist for the day. Casually I threw 'Supper's Ready' into the mix. I thought I'd got away with it as it started. Then it dawned on Louis. 'It's twenty three minutes!' he exclaimed and moved on to his next choice.
Anyway, for any of you who fancy a classic of prog rock I thought I'd treat you to the track in its entirety, complete with a rather flaky home recorded video from the '70s. It's worth it just to Peter Gabriel's famous flower impression and Phil Collins playing the drums with some kind of kitchen spatulas!