In the past week I have the opportunity to see Bob Dylan at the TCC, Bruce Cockburn and Gordon Lightfoot at Mariposa and coming up this weekend Lowest of the Low and Billy Bragg. What do they have in common, mixing pop and personal politics. The duo have been a feature of the Lowest of the Low's songwriting since their remarkable debut, an album which inspired me to start up the Woolly Tuque and everything that came afte. Its been a while since the Lowest lads have had a track - they do now and its classic LOTL, the soft corner boys on the hard scrabble city street, the smallest of details blown up to represent the grandest of ideas, and a melody that screams skinny tie leaping guitar slashes; the pic as blade. The song mentions Caroline who may or may not, but I prefer of course may, never be tamed.