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Lady Rachel - Kevin Ayers - Songs For Modern Hippies (CD)


  1. Kevin Ayers went on to make a handful of notable albums through to the late 70's when his muse faded somewhat, but never surpassed the invention and variety of this marvellous debut. For a singer-songwriter album with a difference, check it out. (Currently available on CD from EMI with juicy outtakes including Syd Barrett's axework on one track.
  2. Jul 29,  · The album included one of Kevin Ayers’ best known songs, May I, which was also recorded in French (Puis-Je?). It was the closest to a single on this album and a favorite in live performances. Here is a version of the song the members of the band performed on the TV show Old Grey Whistle Test in
  3. Recorded Live in Tokyo, Japan - Club Quattro June 6th, Encore: to original single version: , Spain only single.
  4. kevin ayers interview by Jimmy James (May ) As bassist, frequent songwriter, and occasional vocalist in the original Soft Machine, Kevin Ayers was a key force in .
  5. Kevin Ayers' fifth album, The Confessions of Doctor Dream and Other Stories, is typical of his work. He sings in his distinctive deep voice with his cultured English accent (sounding a lot like John Cale) in songs set in a variety of pop styles, from hard rock to a kind of music hall approach.
  6. Harvest Festival is a genuinely comprehensive and thorough look at the one British major label venture into psychedelia and progressive rock that actually worked, commercially and artistically; it's a panoramic journey though a major part of British rock as it developed over a period of just under a decade. Over the five CDs and songs, more than two dozen acts are featured, ranging from.
  7. The Lady Rachel **Kevin Ayers ** (from Joy Of A Toy, ) “Kevin always knew in his head what he wanted, but it sometimes took a while to communicate it,” Pete Mew says about Ayers. “For example, he wanted The Lady Rachel to be ‘dark, but not dull’. You try and translate that into sound. A very talented guy.” **There’s No.
  8. Aug 08,  · Kevin Ayers - Lady Rachel The Rolling Stones - Stray Cat Blues Billie Holiday - Love For Sale Songs about stairs, ladders, steps, This week includes a strong second album by Fontaines D.C., comebacks by The Psychedelic Furs and Alanis Morissette, a Lion King-inspired film-album by Beyoncé, eclectic work by newcomber Dominic Fike and.
  9. Having seen Kevin Ayers in Hyde Park many decades ago I thought I would remind myself of his music. I am not dissapointed the songs are beautiful and I cant stop humming them especially "Lady Rachel" Would recomend to any child of the 60's/early 70's Ian/5(45).

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