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This wonderful song was written in 1941 by Victor Shertzinger and Johnny Mercer. I have previously uploaded my Country version of the song , but of course, the mark of a good song is that it can be interpreted in many different ways with equal success. I like the Latin groove and in addition, I wanted to try out some new Latin percussion. This song like most of the ones on my web-site is all my own work musically - so if anyone wants to use it for any reason, get in touch through my website at christopherhindle.co.uk and I'll send you an mp3 copy with whichever tracks you want muting done for you. Free of course,!! there are no fucking capitalists in this part of the world .I hope you like it
I was sad to hear about Gerry Rafferty's untimely death. In memory of him, I have put together my version of this excellent song. Hope you like it D! The song is distinguished by the unusual harmonies in the chorus (which I did my best with)
This superb song was written by the enigmatic Jim Webb and is one of my very favourite songs The music is all my own work and as such, is avavilable to anyone who wants to use it Drop me a line at christopherhindle.co.uk and I'll send you the mp3 (minus my vocals or any other instrumental track as you wish) I hope you enjoy it
Clubb demonstrates his affinity with Latin pop and simultaneously gives adancing masterclass. Viva Clubb !!!!
I was sorry to hear of Davy Jones' untimely death recently, so I had a look through the Monkees back catalogue. In doing so, the memories came flooding back. No Saturday evening was complete without watching the Monkees on TV (before hitting the town for some monkey business of my own) This excellent song was written by the Monkee's Mike Nesmith, and I offer you my interpretation of it. This song, like those in most of my movies, is all my own work and if anyone wants to use it I can remove tracks such as my vocals guitar breaks or backing vocals, bass etc. for you to play or sing over Transposing finished items is not recommeded, so I'm afraid you're stuck with the key. (G major) You can get me through my web-site christopherhindle.co.uk. I hope you enjoy while sparing a kind thought for poor old Davy Jones
This great Nils Lofgren song from 1979 is one of my all-time favourites. I hope you enjoy listening as much as I did playing it
This great song was written by the very much underrated Glasgow rocker Frankie Miller I'm playing all the instrumments on the track so if anybody wants to use it (royalty free of course) for any reason, get in touch through my web-site christopherhindle.co.uk and I'll send you the mp3 (with or without the vocals)
Here we see Clubb in a performance at his alma mater The East Ward Labour Club, Bradford. His ecstatic fans offer him a hero's welcome as he treats them to a superb rendition of an 80s classic. What a trooper!!!!
The final style icon for Clubb (and indeed all true club singers) is Tom Jones. Here he shows his softer side as he wreaks havoc with this Country classic . Heart -rending !!!
The window-rattling voice of Frankie Laine and his naturally raucous tone are vocal features that all British Club singers endeavour to replicate (with varying degrees of success) You will agree that Clubb brings an inimitable something to this song?
Here Clubb pays homage to his primary icon Al Jolson. Note the way each note is systematically tortured to death - A real masterclass in the art of club singing.
Here Clubb demonstrates his great musical diversity with this classic Lloyd - Webber song. Sheer horror !!!!
Here Clubb massacres,what is in many ways, an iconic ( but really pretty shite) pop song'I really love those Tiger Fe-eeet ' - Priceless !!!
This song was written many years ago Unfortunately, no one seems to know by whom. However that doesn't stop the capitalist bastards trying to lay claim to it on You Tube It's in everyone's interest to fight these fuckers to the death before they take the internet over completely (In the same way they are taking over the world ) Are you listening America ? The song featured in the Coen brothers movie 'O Brother where art thou?' Superb
With this number Clubb demonstrates his street cred and his affinity with d'youf . Comin' at y'all
This wonderful song was written by Geoff Stephens and recorded by Dave Berry in 1964The song featured the guitarwork of, the then unknown, Jimmy Page and Big Jim Sullivan. For me - this is one of the best pop songs of all time
2 years ago
One of Cole Porter's finest ballads - and one of my all-time favourite songs. I think the person who dragged this one out of me will know who she is.
2 years ago
This is my version of the original Charles Trenet version from 1939 . I do like the swingy, Bobby Darin version, but for me, the original song is in a class of its own. It also has the distinction of being the first song to make the hair on my neck bristle - Absolutely wonderful !!I hope I do it justice with my pidgin French
2 years ago
A song written in 1947 and recorded by many artists including Sinatra without very much impact. Of course when Dean Martin recorded it, he absolutely made it his own and thereafter it became his signature tune
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