The Lucky Six – Preview Time!

So, after much ruminating, listening and re-listening, I went back down to The Belfry Studios at Murdunna to remaster some tracks. There was a lot of hanging out in the sunshine with my friend and co-producer Malcolm Battersby too – it was a stunning spring day!

Between Murdunna and Dunalley

The results are pretty fine (if I say so myself) and I think The Woman on the Edge of the World is almost ready to head off for pressing. The Lucky Six is a collection of six songs by other artists that I love and have influenced me in some way. This is about ready for release as a digital download and I’ll be putting it up on SoundCloud in the coming week and putting a link here 😀

So, to celebrate this momentous occasion, I’m putting up a track from The Lucky Six for your listening pleasure. I first heard “Little Fishes” in the early 80’s, on an album called Grubby Stories by an incredible English poet and songwriter, Patrik Fitzgerald. It’s a great song and (like much of Fitzgerald’s work) had a profound effect on me. I hope you enjoy my take on it ❤

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. ireadabookonce
    Oct 16, 2015 @ 07:01:58

    Reblogged this on ireadabookonce and commented:
    AND she gardens ! A talented and accomplished woman.

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  2. ericisawake
    Feb 11, 2019 @ 02:39:20

    https://youtu.be/Rd_jnyR5f5c YouTube Premiere on St Patrick’s Day 17th March 7pm – A Low-Fi appreciation of punk troubadour Patrik Fitzgerald directed by Dom Shaw. Known as a Punk Poet and composer of the ultimate anthem ‘Safety Pin Stuck in My Heart’; Fitzgerald kicked against the brash three-chord orthodoxy by performing waif-like and vulnerably alone with an acoustic guitar and a tattered book of poems at the height of the punk revolution and long after.

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