Today I'm posting one of my favorite tracks from the 1979 album Joe's Garage. This three disc concept album contains many great tracks, most notably the title track and the beautiful instrumental Watermelon In Easter Hay.
Today's featured track is called Outside Now, a somewhat disturbing mantra from Joe, who is losing his mind in prison. He hopes that he will soon be released and that the would outside will be better than the terrible experiences he has suffered inside.
He's wrong but without hope how can he go on?