Paul Cotton-Changing Horses

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Re: Paul Cotton-Changing Horses

Postby MsUp » Thu Jun 25, 2009 10:17 am

ctlegend wrote:That CD would be 'The Sunset Kidd'
It is Paul and his guitar, on the beach.
One man, one guitar, one voice.
6 songs
The sunset kidd
it never goes away
indian summer
lanaikia
the last sunset
and another that escapes my memory at the moment.
It is awesome. Get a copy next chance you get.


The sixth track is the Curtis Mayfield song 'Isle Of Sirens', that Paul made is own.
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Re: Paul Cotton-Changing Horses

Postby randall » Thu Jun 25, 2009 10:28 am

That is so cool. Thanks for the inside scoop Claudia
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Re: Paul Cotton-Changing Horses

Postby Kim » Thu Jun 25, 2009 5:12 pm

Both albums are very good. 'When the coast is clear' is a concept album and the song 'High Water' was originally on 'Changing Horses'. I also have the original version of 'When the coast is clear' when it was in demo form and included the song 'Border Town' (now the title track of Tom Landt's excellent new album). The finished released version of 'When The Coast Is Clear' with the two new tracks and a re-worked 'Barbados' still sounds like a demo to me. I really like the album, songs and concept but not the production which is a bit mechanical in places.
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Re: Paul Cotton-Changing Horses

Postby jerzeypocofan » Sat Jun 27, 2009 7:51 am

Firebird is much better imo...only song worth listening to on is Paul's cover I Can Hear Your Heartbeat...everything else is way over produced yuk!
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Re: Paul Cotton-Changing Horses

Postby MsUp » Sat Jun 27, 2009 7:57 am

jerzeypocofan wrote:Firebird is much better imo...only song worth listening to on is Paul's cover I Can Hear Your Heartbeat...everything else is way over produced yuk!



But how do you really feel, Charlie ? :D

By the way, how are you, the misses & the kids ? I'm in need of a Wade house party fix.
Hope to see you all soon. XO
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Re: Paul Cotton-Changing Horses

Postby jerzeypocofan » Sat Jun 27, 2009 8:01 am

MsUp wrote:
jerzeypocofan wrote:Firebird is much better imo...only song worth listening to on is Paul's cover I Can Hear Your Heartbeat...everything else is way over produced yuk!



But how do you really feel, Charlie ? :D

By the way, how are you, the misses & the kids ? I'm in need of a Wade house party fix.
Hope to see you all soon. XO


I'd rather not say LOL...Everyone is fine here but the little league rain outs are killing
me....We have games every single day :o
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Re: Paul Cotton-Changing Horses

Postby mbradley2000 » Sat Jun 27, 2009 7:02 pm

Apples to Oranges. Changing Horses was very 80's. Just the album title itself was a metaphor for the change in musical direction. I have it in my collection and it gets occasional play. "Tiger on the Lawn" is a great song.
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