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Favorite Song off Richard Hawley Mini Album?
Coming Home 43%  43%  [ 20 ]
Bang To Rights 19%  19%  [ 9 ]
Sunlight 2%  2%  [ 1 ]
Caravan 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Naked In Pitsmoor 23%  23%  [ 11 ]
Time Has Made A Change 6%  6%  [ 3 ]
Happy Families 6%  6%  [ 3 ]
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 15, 2007 2:21 pm 
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i never voted and I was just listening to Naked in Pitsmoor thinking, this is fucking ace.


As much as it pains me to say it, i agree, with Happy Families a close second.


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Had that very album on this morning. How strange this thread has come up to the top today....

Naked in Pitsmoor and Coming home fight for my top spot I think...

Great tunes

8)

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Had that very album on this morning. How strange this thread has come up to the top today....

Naked in Pitsmoor and Coming home fight for my top spot I think...

Great tunes

8)



theyre my faves too :D

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Naked in Pitsmoor & Bang To Rights for me

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Naked in Pitsmoor and Coming Home...............
Caravan is my favourite instrumental of Richard's as well............. 8)


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first album I put on when I get home tonight

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NiP for me - largely I think because of the stunning rendition at the City Hal.

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Naked in Pitsmoor's probably my fave, followed by Time has made a change, but for the last couple of days I haven't been able to get Sunlight out of my head. The quality of all RH’s albums is so consistent that I find it practically impossible to pick favourites....every track has embedded itself in my head - and my heart.


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After 4 years......it's still 'Coming Home'! :wink:

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Have to agree with you there mate, Coming Home is just such a blissed-out, slow-burning song, I love it 8)

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Have to agree with you there mate, Coming Home is just such a blissed-out, slow-burning song, I love it 8)


Have to third that.

Coming Home was the first Hawley tune that I heard on an UNCUT CD back 2001. Was immediately impressed by the live feel of it. I love how natural the vocals sound and the squeaking of fingers on strings. It seems like you're right there in the room. Just comes across as a really soulful, spontaneous piece.

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the squeaking of fingers on strings.


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naked in pitsmoor. no contest :D


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Naked In Pitsmoor, it should be firmly entrenched in the encore in the live set. :(

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i have a deep and abiding fondness for sunlight.

particularly the live version that used to be on the website a couple of years ago from a french festival somewhere. the more ancient members of the board might remember. a beautiful band performance. always makes me happy when i play it........in fact.......

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