Thursday, 12 May 2016

sleeve notes



11. a song that you associate with your parents... orange cassette case i've still got with that orange juice peel session with holiday hymn on that long ago housed the soundtrack to stuck in traffic all the way days and days and days journeys to devon and cornwall and wales john denver carly simon tom paxton seekers searchers feliciano when my dad was teaching guitar and learning flamenco (stupid stupid hormone raging me spurning those skills)a bit of rod to placate our mother all on the portable cassette player devouring batteries wedged between the front seats denver always with that tear so close...

12. a song with an iconic sleeve... company sleeves always and that philips one wraps up so many of my favourite things this one the b-side of i will come to you a goddam strange choice of single amongst a whole bunch of strange choices of dusty singles sad bad choices for poor old dusty when you look at a list (go on have a look at a list)...

bonus songs...

jose feliciano - (there's) always something there to remind me 

dusty springfield - i will come to you

x

2 comments:

ZEMİN ETÜDÜ said...

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