From 2019, please enjoy guitarist Mike Daly -- from his album Renascence -- and British pedal steel god B.J. Cole and a transplendent version of Richard Thompson's "Dimming of the Day."
You can learn more about Mike (who incidentally is a different guy than the New Jersey rocker Mike Daly I've raved about on previous occaasions) over at this link HERE.
You also can -- and should -- get a copy of Renascence over at Amazon HERE.
Incidentally, if you're not familiar with B.J. Cole, who basically has been THE pedal steel guy in England during the early 70s country rock, pub rock and early punk days -- and still is -- you should check out the album this little beauty is from.
Ravel on pedal steel. It doesn't get more exquisite.
And also, if you're unfamiliar with the often covered Thompson song, here's my favorite version of it.
It occurs to me I haven't had anything to say about Any Trouble and Clive Gregson recently, which is an oversight I will remedy tomorrow.
You're welcome very much.