Bob Stoops walked away from coaching at age 56, and everyone is still wondering: Why?
He had five other Top 100 records, his next two biggest hits were "Right Down The Line" and "Days Gone Down" ... In my imagination the song is talking about someone who sank a lot of time and effort into living in this place, I thought to be Las Vegas, yet things apparently did not work out... And of course, I would imagine all of that, because at the time, in my very young life I had met a young man, who sadly turned out to be an alcoholic and I had to break up with him. Immediately south of the station is an air-polluted street-canyon - no wonder Rafferty couldn't wait to go back home!
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She is walking up Baker Street and sees that "he" was at home (the light is on) In my imagination, she fell in love with an alcoholic who lived up the street. Neither one of them ever attains to what it is they really want and she ends up always going home, in the early morning, alone . That was my fantasy interpretation for the last 37 years, until recently I heard the song again, flooding back memories... Re: Ravenscroft, who gave us the iconic saxophone solo on Gerry Rafferty's #2 song, "Baker Street" in 1978, died Sunday (October 19) of what is believed to be a heart attack at the age of 60.
When she comes in - he's drinking and they start to drink together as he talks about his dreams of buying land, settling down and yet - he never does. I decided - with Internet in hand (light years away from 1978) to google 'Baker Street' only to realize that Gerry Rafferty was singing about a place the U. Rafferty seems he's singing about the rut he's in, the disappointments and trying to kick his habit, that he never really kicks. Rafferty sang so many great songs...a beautiful voice and a talented musician. Though it made him world-famous, he was only paid 27 pounds for the recording session (and in a possibly apocryphal story, it's said the check bounced). Interesting that the Foo Fighters version is also absolutely wicked, but so different to the original.