I just asked Siri to ‘Play the album New Facts Emerge by the Fall’.
According to the on-screen text, she understood my instructions perfectly. But, instead of playing the album New Facts Emerge by the Fall, Siri played the album Buddhist Liturgy of Tibet by the Monks of Namgyal Monastery.
For album artwork, she displayed the cover of ALIVE 1997 by Daft Punk.
For many years, the late tosser Fitz and I would retire to his house after our weekly Tuesday-night pub session to drink loads of coffee and listen to music. Fitz was a big folk music fan, so he would invariably end up playing some Blowzabella. Blowzabella was a British folk band that specialised in playing droney instruments: violins, bagpipes, hurdy-gurdies, that sort of thing. They were pretty magnificent.
I write in the past tense, because I always assumed Blowzabella stopped making music years ago. Imagine my surprise and delight earlier this week, therefore, when I learnt they're still going strong, and churning out magnificent rackets like this: