Friday Five: Ramblin’

ramble:

verb ram·ble \ˈram-bəl\

1: to walk or go from one place to another without a specific goal, purpose, or direction
2: to talk or write in a desultory or long-winded wandering fashion
3: to grow or extend irregularly

Sometimes you don’t know where you’re going until you’re there. And sometimes you don’t know where you’ve been until you’ve left and come back. And other times we never really come back, now do we?

5. “Ramble On (Led Zeppelin, 1969)
4. “Ramblin’ By Myself (John Lee Hooker, 1960)
3. “Midnight Rambler (The Rolling Stones, 1969)
2. “Ramblin’ Man (The Allman Brothers Band, 1973)
1. “Ramble on Rose (The Grateful Dead, 1972)

dead

Grateful Dead, Sam Boyd Silver Bowl, Whitney, NV, May 1993.

One thought on “Friday Five: Ramblin’

  1. This reminds me that Lucinda Williams’ long-forgotten debut album was called Ramblin’. Long-forgotten, and pretty much justly forgotten, I fear.

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