Some Day Soon.mp3
A song from the Beautiful Islands CD.
This song features on Starfish, the album before Beautoful Islands. After the Battle of Waterloo, Wellington wrote: 'I hope to God this is my last battle.....I always say that next to a battle lost, the greatest misery is a battle gained'.
2016. This one is the first track on the Starfish album.
The Perfect Love.mp3
Originally on The Beggar and the Sand, this more recent recording was on the New Soles for Old Shoes album.
11.01.2019 Another £15 to
Music Action International
from sales of the Chester Songwriters CD making a total of £490 to date.
Review of the Chester Songwriters CD, courtesy of Dan Schott.
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The Beggar and the Sand is on Spotify! You can hear the whole of the original album plus some 'out-takes' and some more recent covers.
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