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  1. #1
    Robert Atkins Guest

    Re: Cover versions

    In article <7mwdqzsozkz8$.13w2aglj47ljx.dlg@40tude.net>, Anthony Horan wrote:
    > Or Muse's cover of The Smiths' "Please Please Please Let Me Get What I
    > Want"...


    I'm a big fan of the Clouds cover of "Wichita Lineman".

    Cheers, Robert.

  2. #2
    odonata (Linda) Guest

    Re: Cover versions

    Robert Atkins <ratkins_usenet@yahoo.com.au> divulged
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    ..com.au:

    > In article <7mwdqzsozkz8$.13w2aglj47ljx.dlg@40tude.net>, Anthony
    > Horan wrote:
    >> Or Muse's cover of The Smiths' "Please Please Please Let Me Get
    >> What I Want"...

    >
    > I'm a big fan of the Clouds cover of "Wichita Lineman".
    >
    > Cheers, Robert.
    >


    Ahh Robert
    I haven't heard the Clouds version but your post sprung forth many
    songs by Glen Campbell.
    I must have only been 12 :-)
    The vietnam war was rife and he sang Galveston and in my heart in my
    most innocent way I understood there was pain. I just didn't
    understand.
    Many thanx for the memories.
    Linda



    --
    * Though my soul may set in darkness
    * It will rise in perfect light
    * For I have loved the stars too fondly
    * To be fearful of the night.

    S. Williams 'The Old Astronomer to his Pupil'

  3. #3
    Natalie Guest

    Re: Cover versions

    Robert Atkins wrote:
    >
    > In article <7mwdqzsozkz8$.13w2aglj47ljx.dlg@40tude.net>, Anthony Horan wrote:
    > > Or Muse's cover of The Smiths' "Please Please Please Let Me Get What I
    > > Want"...

    >
    > I'm a big fan of the Clouds cover of "Wichita Lineman".


    That's one of my favourite songs! (Those strings, the phone lines in the
    background, that smooth velvety Glen Campbell voice.) How'd they go?

    Natalie

  4. #4
    _ Guest

    Re: Cover versions

    odonata (Linda) wrote:
    > The vietnam war was rife and he sang Galveston and in my heart in my
    > most innocent way I understood there was pain. I just didn't
    > understand.


    "I clean my gun, and dream of Galverston."

    Best version I've heard was by Super K. A band featuring
    Brad Shepard and Clyde Bramely (amongst many others) who
    later went on to the Hoodoo Gurus (and then Clyde left).
    Brad did the singing on Galverston.

  5. #5
    odonata (Linda) Guest

    Re: Cover versions

    _ <_@_._> divulged
    news:4194496b$0$2677$afc38c87@news.optusnet.com.au :

    > odonata (Linda) wrote:
    >> The vietnam war was rife and he sang Galveston and in my heart in
    >> my most innocent way I understood there was pain. I just didn't
    >> understand.

    >
    > "I clean my gun, and dream of Galverston."




    Oh '_' that is so funny :-DD

    Linda :-P

    --
    * Though my soul may set in darkness
    * It will rise in perfect light
    * For I have loved the stars too fondly
    * To be fearful of the night.

    S. Williams 'The Old Astronomer to his Pupil'

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