Includes bonus cover track "The Love Me or Die" by the great blues man C.W. Stoneking.
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I’ve just returned, from over the seas
Feelin’ like I caught a disease, the worlds gone under the ether
Came in with the wind, now I’m shell-shocked and dazed
Been sailin’ round this room for days
Christ what am I doing here
Then all of a sudden, from round the corner of the corridor
Had you seen what I saw, you would have sung like me
You would have been singin’
Oh dear my dear, you come a long way to get down here
Some folks are a crash that’ll send you sober
Oh dear my dear, you’ll slip through my fingers I fear
I shouldn’t pick ya up cause I’ll let ya down
Oh kid I fear you’re gunna be the wreck of me
I can’t keep my hands steady, I can’t think that clear.
You up and you left, just like I knew that you would
Now I’m drinking more than I should, cause at night I can still hear you leaving
But I still sit and I stare down that corridor
But you’re never there anymore
But sometimes, sometimes late at night I still think I see ya there
I wish it weren’t true, cause now what am I gunna do.
I’m feeling like a dog ‘bout to get put down
Cause I don’t want to find another one just like you
Another one of you that’ll let me down, let me down, let me down…..
Doctor, you saved me from catastrophe
Ground me better than gravity, you keep my head out of the water
And it breaks my heart that you’re no longer around
I’d rather run the easting down than see you go like love in the winter.
But like they say every dog must have his day
It’s just that sometimes, sometimes it never really seems to feel that way
It’ll be a tough year, cause this time you won’t be here.
You threw me a rope when most would let me drown
I’ll do what I can, I’ll try and stay in the clear
I never was a saint but I’ll try…
I’ll try not to let ya down, let ya down, let ya down, let ya down…..
from Harry Coulsons Blue Dogs,
released September 28, 2016
Harry Coulson – Guitars/Vocals
Olaf Scott – Keys
Glen Davidson – Bass
James Thompson – Drums
Nick Glenie - Trumpet
Rob Simone – Bari Sax
James Lefevre – Tenor Sax
Sean Smyth - Trombone
Written by Harry Coulson
Horn arrangements by Harry Coulson and Jonathan Dreyfus
Produced by Harry Coulson and Jonathan Dreyfus
Engineered and mixed by Jez Giddings
Recorded at Hothouse Audio, St Kilda and Jono’s place
Special assistance by Craig Harnath
Mastered by Adam Dempsey at Deluxe Mastering.
Harry Coulson is a guitarist composer and songwriter whose distinctive style comes as much from punk and blues as it does
from the jazz idiom.
He has performed at countless venues and festivals both in Australia and internationally and in 2015 he was the recipient of a TD Jazz Scholarship to attend the International Workshops in Jazz and Creative Music at the Banff Centre in Canada....more