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Cover Story – The Watson Twins

“Night Covers ” is the latest EP from The Watson Twins and is due for release in midApril.

It is a collection of cover songs, pulling from influences and favorites spanning the last five decades includeing songs from PJ Harvey, Bill Withers, Sade, The Turtles, Eurythmics and The Black Keys.

Sonically the recording reflects each of The Watson Twins previous albums including the low-fi experimental folk of Southern Manners, lush ‘Laurel Canyon’ sound of Fire Songs and the soulful musings of Talking To You, Talking To Me.

Here is their cover of a track by The Turtles which you can download by clicking HERE

“You Showed Me” – The Watson Twins

 

You Showed Me” is in fact a song written by Jim McGuinn and Gene Clark of The Byrds in 1964.

It was recorded by The Turtles and released as a single in 1969, becoming the group’s last big hit in the U.S.

Like many of the songs that Gene Clark had a hand in writing during the 1960s, “You Showed Me” contains a mix of major and minor chords, arranged in unexpected progressions.

Lyrically, the song recounts the tale of a lover who is being tutored in the ways of love by a more experienced partner.

To buy the music of The Watson Twins click HERE

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March 2, 2011 Posted by | Cover Stories, New Music, New Releases, Uncategorized, Video | , , | Leave a comment

   

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