Blog Pod #2: Hank’s Wall

“Ready to Go Home,” by Hank Williams (MGM Records 1957).

Blog Pod image by Jukka Aalho. For original post, see Hank’s Wall, December 9, 2018. Want more? Go to Robert Brancatelli. The Brancatelli Blog is a member of The Free Media Alliance, which promotes “alternatives to software, culture, and hardware monopolies.”


  1. Robert, that was a very thoughtful podcast. I’m sure it will strike a chord with many of your followers.

    I confess that, every now and then, I will drive past my old neighborhoods, which aren’t too far away from where I live now. In fact, the little house I lived in until I was six years old happened to have a moving van out front, as the current owners were moving out that very day. I introduced myself to the woman who was there and she graciously let me walk through the house.

    Much was as I remembered; other things had changed, as they do over the years. But it was a wonderful coincidence that allowed me to once again “live”in the house for a moment or two.

    Sense of peace? Not sure. But certainly a sense of connectedness, a sense of continuity, and an intense reminder of the passage of time.

    Miranda Lambert recorded a country song “The House That Built Me”. I think I’ll listen to it again right now.

  2. This is so poignant – I remember the original blog. Hank is unforgettable. I hope that spending some time on his wall gave his soul some peace. There’s a wall somewhere for each of us.

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