Yes, I first heard this when Johnny Cash sang it in the later 1960’s.. There we were. On way to Nelspruit to play rugby against the school there. On way to whitewash them. So on my little transistor radio Johnny Cash decided to sing the song to me. The train, the corridors, the landscape swirling past. Late afternoon melancholy.

But then, more than two decades later, this guy took the song up too. Brian Eno. He brought subtleties and depth of mood to the original song. And now, in 2022, I can still listen to Brian singing this song. The dissecting of one’s nerves.