Title track from his 1992 sequel to the Harvest album from 20 years before. And very sweet it is too.
WITH the release of her fourth album Voyageur in 2012, Kathleen Edwards was on a career high. It made the US top 40 and the Canadian singer-songwriter toured incessantly to capitalise on … Continue readingQuitters sometimes win
The quintessential one-night stand song, and one of my very favourites. (Although the title is a question it never has a question mark, and many versions give it as ‘Will … Continue readingThe Shirelles: Will You Love Me Tomorrow
A hypnotic live TV performance from 1977 featuring the excellent Rosko Gee, formerly of Traffic, on bass.
Remake of an old Hank Williams song about a chap whose old lady won’t let him in so he has to sleep with the dawg. Hope he didn’t disturb its … Continue readingGeorge Thorogood and the Destroyers: Move It On Over
This was written by Chris Andrews, who had several hits as a performer. It reached No 11 in Britain in 1963. It was Faith’s second record with the Roulettes, the … Continue readingAdam Faith and the Roulettes: We Are in Love
Nice song from 1973’s Closing Time, before he had his vocal cords removed.
I THINK our spirits need lifting this week – mine certainly do. So here is one of the most incredible sights in nature, and one of the most inexplicable. Everyone … Continue readingMarvellous murmurations
This was written by Eddy and producer Lee Hazlewood. It followed his earlier hits including Rebel Rouser and Forty Miles of Bad Road, but was a bit of a flop in the US, … Continue readingDuane Eddy: Shazam!
This is from his album Pacific Ocean Blue, released in 1977, six years before Dennis’s body was pulled out of said ocean. For many years it was unavailable but came … Continue readingDennis Wilson: Moonshine