You can tell a good musician if they are instantly recognisable. I heard the theme tune to "Fun at the Funeral Parlour" Tuesday, and knew that the guitar version of Chopin's Funeral March had to be from the fingers of one Bryan May. 30 minutes later, when the credits rolled, I was right. It's a tribute to Mr May, rather than myself.
My trips to and from work, on Tuedsay, were accompanied by Elvis. Most importantly, I heard a live version of "are you lonesome tonight" which I'd not heard in a while. Smashing! He changes the lyrics from "Do you gaze at your doorstep and picture me there" to "Do you gaze at your bald head and wish you had hair"... then he wets himself laughing for the rest of the song. The backing singer carries on regardless - singing a counter melody. Her grim determination not to laugh, cracks Elvis up further "sing it baby" he giggles... very infectious.