a blog of blether & grooves 2006-13
Morning Mr H.Paul Weller did a rather good version of this on his covers album.Those Starbucks Valentine's cds were only released in the states. Years ago KEXP kept playing a version of There Is A Light That Never Goes Out by Joseph Arthur from the first one, it took me for ever to track it down.I think I may post it today as can't think of anything else to post.On the last one there was a rather lovely version of Maps covered by Rogue Wave.
Right. I wondered why I hadn't heard of the CD before. The Hawley-Starbucks link is hilarious; I don't really see him as a double decaff skinny wet latte kinda guy....
Is there bad versh of this tune? I've always been a fan of the Elvis take tucked away here. You can dowload the entire album for £2.79
Gets better with each listen. Better than most of Truelove's Gutter.
Well, you know how much I love him.
lovely that and one of mny favourite tunes too. the elvis one espesh. gets ya right where it hurtsx
Elvis? Rain songs? I like this.
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lets try that again...ta for remembering dear - here too for yer enjoyments.http://dusty7s.blogspot.com/2010/09/raining-in-my-heart.htmlx
I love his version of Hushabye Mountain. Once fell asleep at a Hawley gig - I wrote about it on the Word blog I seem to remember.
Yes, I also stumbled on 'Hushabye' John - he's not done it at any gig I've seen, sadly. And I most certainly didn't fall asleep and miss it. Had you had a hard day perhaps?
How lovely. It seems that one can never be disappointed with a tune form Lord Hawley.
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