Helpless Dancer

The Endless Note

2010 Top 30 New and Old #1

My “Track of the Year” is from the Diane Birch album “Bible Belt”

To buy the music of Diane Birch click HERE

To view a previous post on Diane Birch click HERE

My number one “Blast From The Past” is an old Frankie Miller demo which came to the surface this year.

“A Bottle Of Whisky” – Frankie Miller

Diamond’s on the corner of her lipstick,
Ruby’s shining with the gold
Wild eyed women in Cadillacs
Helpless with no one to hold.

She stood at the side of the doorway
There was nowhere a poor boy could run
Had a fight with a bottle of whisky last night,
And the bottle of whisky won

She told me to watch from the window,
As she powdered the sweat from my brow
Ah told her I couldn’t stay too late
But it didn’t connect anyhow,

Its funny how small thing’s don’t matter,
When you can’t recall what you have done
I had a fight with a bottle of whisky last night,
And the bottle of whisky won.

Her mama remembered my picture
Her daddy remembered my face
There were lawyers all over the city
There were cowboys all over the place,

In the morning the judge asked the jury,
Can you tell me exactly what he’s done?
Had a fight with a bottle of whisky last night,
And the bottle of whisky won.

The wild eyed women in Cadillac’s,
Out on the street having fun,
Had a fight with a bottle of whisky last night,
And the bottle of whisky won
Had a fight with a bottle of whisky last night,
And the bottle of whisky won

Billy Rankin at Rock Radio played Frankie’s “A Bottle Of Whisky” Demo on his radio show and due to this a Campaign by the listeners has been launched on Facebook to get Frankie’s demo of “A Bottle of Whiskey” released as a single.

The campaign was a success and you can buy the song by clicking HERE

To buy other Frankie Miller music click HERE

For a previous post on Frankie Miller click HERE

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December 30, 2010 - Posted by | Blast from The Past, New Releases, Old Music, Video | , ,

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