It was Grant Day September 1970...£68 for the term! I already owned his first and second albums and "After the Goldrush" came out the week before 3rd year started. Purchased, and off to get royally smashed with mates I hadn't seen for 3 months. The sleeve artwork inspired quite a bit of that term's output, but it was years later till I found the original photograph with Graham Nash on the right-hand side. I love every track to this day, but it was the title track which kept haunting me....
Neil attempted to explain the lyrics. "[It's] about three times in history," he said. "There's a Robin Hood scene, there's a fire scene in the present and there's the future . . . the air is yellow and red, ships are leaving, certain people can go and certain people can't . . . I think it's going to happen."
See, it's weird, but I've had that dream too.
This is a one-off Original piece on Saunders Waterford 300gsm HP paper, using mixed media including Watercolour Paint, Acrylic Paint, Inktense Pencils and occasionally Unison Colour Soft Pastels.
Unframed: 760 x 570 mm
Framed: 1063 x 868 mm