Probably, by now you are familiar with the labels here at diablog. They help you following thoughts and issues as well as finding things of particular interest to you.
One of those labels is "Engine Room". It is reserved for technical issues, new features, etc. For instance this one explained the "Email Subscription", did you get one already? It is free, as in "at no cost to you".
The regular feature "Resounding at the Engine Room right now" does not have a label. You can find them using the search box on the top left. In a comment, Glynsky asked me to tag or label those posts and, of course I refuse to do that.
Those posts are meant to be a surprise.
Mostly those are classics or songs that I consider classics in the future. Often those songs are related to current events in general or an issue currently discussed here at diablog.
A few are somewhat forgotten songs, remembering should put a little knowing smile on your face. Or raise your curiosity, in case you have not heard them.
All of them are counterpoints to Glynsky's many poor choices of music, sort of a relaxing moment for your ears and brains. I know, you need those.
If I were to label them, there would be no surprise. Thus, no labels, tags or explanation.
If you are curious about a song, just leave a comment. I will gladly provide information in the comments.
PS: The song Glynsky had inquired about was "Always the Sun" by The Stranglers, here you had "Golden Brown" by the same genial band.