I seemed to have made a wrong turn today and ended up in a dark distant place, but that is really not the reason I come here tonight…I come here tonight to dedicate a song to someone who has been gone far too long and I honestly didn’t think I would miss his presence as much as I have for the last month? It seems like it has been far too long without you Colin ( Let’s kiss and make up… ) I miss you, hurry home.

The following selection is dedicated to you, a cover of Will Oldham’s, I See A Darkness
Steve Adey evokes more emotion into this song then previously thought possible, his new album, is out now on Grand Harmonium Records, All Things Real

Good night.

Steve Adey, I See A Darkness (Excerpt)


5 Responses to “Steve Adey, All Things Real”

  1. FiL on July 31st, 2006 7:43 pm

    Hear hear, I’ve been muchly missing Our Mutual Scottish Friend as well. Maybe he’ll come back if we dance that brand new Scottish country reel I only just made up not thirty seconds ago, ‘The Armadillo of Arisaig.’

    Perhaps Coxon could do the bagpipe honours??


  2. FiL on July 31st, 2006 7:50 pm

    Rachel! It worked! It worked!! And so quickly!!! He’s back!!!


  3. unknown on July 31st, 2006 8:10 pm

    Now, I’ve got to hear this reel… :) So, if you play it I’ll dance The Gay Gordons for you :)… Thank you FiL, thank you Rachel. Great choice of album and track – an Englishman in Edinburgh, being The Blue Nile (in a very, very good way). I do love that song – both versions. And thanks for the kind words too. They meant a lot. Sorry I was so far away for so long. But, I have returned and I’m back on blogging duty :) (oh please… don’t all groan at once!!)

  4. Rachel on July 31st, 2006 9:35 pm

    Fil it did work!!! Sweet!!!

    Colin, I am nothing but smiles right now…I also knew Fil missed you as much as I.

    Cheers to you both! I am so excited. :)

  5. coxon le woof on August 2nd, 2006 1:14 pm

    Hey the gang’s all here.

    I feel so late to this party.

    But damn, I left my bagpipes on the train … the dog ate them … er … they’re at the dry cleaners …

    Oh and loving the song Rachel. Not quite as good as B ‘P’ B but few things in life are.

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