Sunday, October 02, 2005

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Richard Hawley - The Nights Are Cold (live acoustic version)

‘The Nights Are Cold” is a live radio-session version of a song from Richard Hawley’s second album ‘Late Night Final’.

A considerable number of his songs sound like the theme from ‘Tales of the Unexpected’.

He’s played guitar for a whole load of people who have only a fraction of his talent.

He’s also played with Pulp.

He’s released four albums – all of which are great. ‘Coles Corner’ is the new one.

He’s the other half of Relaxed Muscle with Jarvis Cocker.

Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, The Everley Brothers, Lee Hazelwood, Scott Walker, Fred Neil, Richard Hawley.

It’s a proven scientific fact that his voice can ease headaches and banish cold and flu symptoms.

Cabaret Voltaire, The Human League, Def Leppard, ABC, Pulp, The All Seeing Eye, Richard Hawley.

I once woke up to “Coming Home” from his first album and I thought I was dreaming.

Scott Walker thinks Richard Hawley is “up there with the all-time greats”.

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