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Richard Hawley Late Night Final
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Lady's Bridge - Richard HawleyLady's Bridge - Take me with you when you go (337 words)
by originl - written on 09/04/10 (Very useful, 10 readings)
singing this song yourself as you take your love one out on the town and declare "Tonight the streets are ours!". If you re unsure of R Richard Hawley or Lady s Bridge, listen to this song and you ll be blown away. The other seven tracks are by no means inferior, with songs about the Sheffield floods (Roll River Roll), the bass (reminiscent of the Eagles "Lyin Eyes") driven "Long Dark Road" and the title track, a beautiful song about "Lady s Bridge" in Sheffield which the song suggests has that magical ability to relieve pain, stress and sadness; fittingly what this album ...
Lady's Bridge - Richard HawleyLady's Bridge - Lend It Your Ears! (347 words)
by TenTonTone - written on 11/01/10 (Very useful, 13 readings)
There s a sticker on the CD cover that carries five comments from the music press, & they re all fulsome in their praise. Unusually, they re not wrong, as R Richard Hawley produced a smooth, romantic, gimmick-free set of songs that make great listening, & would be ideal if you were snuggled up with the love of your life, in front of a log fire, in a snowbound shack somewhere in the mountains. Am I going over the top here? Hope not, because the concert was a cracker. Hawley played almost all of this album, & the sound coming off the stage was exactly the sound that comes out of your CD-player. Richard Hawley & his sidesmen were on stage for two hours, ...
Coles Corner - Richard HawleyColes Corner (924 words)
by drakesdrum - written on 05/08/09 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Richard Hawley is a solo singer/songwriter t from Sheffield. Formerly of Longpigs, Hawley came to public light when he played with Pulp. After several pieces of work with other artists such as Robbie Williams, Nancy Sinatra, REM and All Saints, Hawley settled down to begin his own solo career. Coles Corner is his fourth solo album which was recieved by critics very favourably and it s easy to see why. The album has a lovely feel to it with lots of strings set against his guitar playing. A very beautiful sound. His voice is a soothing, deep voice which really works with his musical style. It makes for excellent listening and the tracks have a great atmosphere, with many ...