Man of Constant Sorrow (With A Garage In Constant Use) by Half Man Half Biscuit (2018) discussed...

Another song which had some early live outings before appearing on record. The title nods to a traditional American folk song probably best known from Bob Dylan’s version. Contributor Erik K adds: “Quite a simple, elegant set of lyrics, catapulted way beyond the ordinary with the triple rhyme of grief / hurt / the loss with Crieff / Perth / Kinross. Also, it’s possible that ‘Absolute Blue’ refers to an ultimate, quintessential colour in mystical thought, particularly in the mysticism of W. B. Yeats. Louis MacNeice writes, in The Poetry of W. B. Yeats (Oxford University Press, 1941), p. 140: ‘He [Yeats] seems here [in the poem ‘Meditations in Time of Civil War’] to use the epithet “abstract” in a mystical sense, to represent not any quick shorthand formula but something like what a mystic might mean when speaking of Absolute Blue. Byzantium is a world where Blue is always blue, unlike the physical world where a blue object changes with every change in the light.’ Digging up this coincidence is why I’d capitalise ‘Absolute’ and ‘Blue’. I might well be off the mark, though! I also quite fancy imagining Absolute Blue© as the colour that the MoCS has used to paint his living room walls.”

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