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Dusted — Always Remember to Respect and Honour Your Mother
Album: When We Were Young
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6.9

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Released: 2001
Length: 3:45
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I'll do anything, and I'll go anywhere...and I'll do anything for you, for you...

I'll do anything, and I'll go anywhere...and I'll do anything for you, for you...

I'll do anything, and I'll go anywhere...and I'll do anything for you, for you...

Always remember...to respect and honour your Mother...
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 HoneyBearKelly wrote:
To hear this song at all. Get the Deep Dish remix. P.S. First time commenter, long time listener.
 
Deep Dish!

Haven't heard their name in like 12 years
Such a beautiful song, very glad to have discovered it on RP. Definitely going on my 2020 RP playlist of best of songs. 
Works either way for me....I prefer the 'biological' Mommy   Shesdifferent wrote:
Second time hearing this, I can't believe I gave this a 7......I love this. I think they mean Mother Earth.
 
 FlightSim wrote:
Thought this might be Libera, Till I looked. Was that Sir Sean Connery at the end?
 
Sounded like it to me, too.  Surely not from a Bond role ... ?

Wikipedia link: wikipedia.org/wiki/Dusted_(British_band)
terrible Kindergarten und tschüss......i will go to the AccuRadio {#Naughty}
Isn't it amazing to have such a recognizable voice?!
It must hit the area of memory exactly in the same way as Proustian Madeleine. 
Cute song. Perfect for a quite morning, still recovering.
Thank you Bill
very very...good - thank you Mr Goldberg
Mr. T had a cover version of this... "Mother"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RO6JiFztJdg&t=55s
What was it?
Goose bumps… I love his voice!
 WonderLizard wrote:
I respect and laud your exhortations. However, calle01, like Excelsior and Crockydile, is simply an internet troll, a shut-in who gets his  jollies from getting anyone who actually enjoys music to respond to his particular brand of vitriol. It's not about RP or even the music. It's about them. Ignore them, and they will eventually go away—regrettably probably to another website to wreak their brand of havoc.


As I noted the other night, calle01 no longer shows up in a search of RP members. So "eventually" quietly showed up.

I never did understand all the effort he put into rating songs a "1" and complaining about RP's playlists. It seemed like an awful lot of work to let people know how unhappy he was.  
 andrewmi wrote:

calle01, please stop posting derogatory messages on every song you dislike. Bill plays an excellent mix of music, and there is something for everyone. If you truly hate 2/3 of the music played here, this isn't the place for you. And there is no place on the song forums for a person who describes so many songs profanely, and calls a fellow listener with different musical tastes a "Reteard" (sic). This will be a better place if you leave. So go. 


I respect and laud your exhortations. However, calle01, like Excelsior and Crockydile, is simply an internet troll, a shut-in who gets his  jollies from getting anyone who actually enjoys music to respond to his particular brand of vitriol. It's not about RP or even the music. It's about them. Ignore them, and they will eventually go away—regrettably probably to another website to wreak their brand of havoc.
 calle01 wrote:
Disgusted! Might be a better name for this shit band. Why does every song Bill plays have some screeching woman crying in her soup???
Guessing?...  if you want to fall asleep or commit suicide.. Listen to 2/3 of RP's music. The other 1/3 is great!

 
calle01, please stop posting derogatory messages on every song you dislike. Bill plays an excellent mix of music, and there is something for everyone. If you truly hate 2/3 of the music played here, this isn't the place for you. And there is no place on the song forums for a person who describes so many songs profanely, and calls a fellow listener with different musical tastes a "Reteard" (sic). This will be a better place if you leave. So go.

For the record, here are calle01's last several song comments:


FlightSim wrote:
Thought this might be Libera, Till I looked. Was that Sir Sean Connery at the end?

  
 phlattop wrote:

That's what I thought too. Is it?

  
As I have asked before, how does Sean Connery shave?


ctrl-s

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Say...wasn't this the same kid singing you can't always get what you want?
All sorts of bizarre going on with this one. Good listen, though.
Great Lytics.........

I'll do anything, and I'll go anywhere...and I'll do anything for you, for you...

I'll do anything, and I'll go anywhere...and I'll do anything for you, for you...

I'll do anything, and I'll go anywhere...and I'll do anything for you, for you...

Always remember...to respect and honour your Mother...
 FlightSim wrote:
Thought this might be Libera, Till I looked. Was that Sir Sean Connery at the end?

 
That's what I thought too. Is it?
 ploba wrote:
Gaw-ruh-vee  {#Dancingbanana}

 

Guh-rew-vay!
Second time hearing this, I can't believe I gave this a 7......I love this. I think they mean Mother Earth.
Gaw-ruh-vee  {#Dancingbanana}
Ah, the memories that this one conjures up!
This song always stirs up thoughts of my dear mother..her selflessness and how she places her children above everything..Words cannot express the thankfulness and adoration I feel for her

Original Release Date: August 7, 2001

That goes back to my first (intro) university year.
This might be what Thomas Tallis would be composing if (real) he were here today.

Song's pretty good in a dreamy way. Gets an extra point for the creepy kid-nightmare cover. Love it!
Nice!  love this 
Rollo is Dido's brother.  Couple of very talented siblings.
 MinMan wrote:
Bill Nelson influentia.
 
Now there's an artist I haven't heard of in 25 years.  I loved his stuff... I wonder if I still have it on cassette!
I see Bill and Rebecca took a look at the rest of the CD after I submitted Childhood to the LRC back in the day and it got accepted. Nice :)
Sounded a bit William Orbit-ish. And that's OK.
song's decent, but i really like that album art!


 bigtwistee wrote:

Very trippy
 

I can't help but see an evil face in this.
Scary.
It really does sound like Libera. Gorgeous clear voice.
Just what I needed right now...it has been a rough day at the office {#Meditate}
Thought this might be Libera, Till I looked. Was that Sir Sean Connery at the end?
Feelin' It.  Thanks Bill and Rebecca.
 Pyro wrote:
Had to stop what I was doing to see who this was.  Nice!
                         {#Yes} Nice indeed.


Nothing like Enya. She sings the same boring stuff. This is very listenable and well produced
From "https://faithlessweb.com/rollo/rdet_dusted.htm"

Dusted 'When We Were Young'
I. Childhood 5:31
II. Time Takes Time 5:41
III. Want You 6:50
IV. Hurt You 1:45
V. If You Go Down To The Woods Today 3:17
VI. Always Remember To Respect Your Mother pt. 1 3:49
VII. Biggest Fool In The World 6:47
VIII. Oh How Sweet 5:02
IX. Always Remember To Respect Your Mother pt. 2 4:01
X. Winter 4:33
XI. Oscar's Song 2:11
XII. Under The Sun 5:36
XIII. If I Had A Child 3:31

Produced by Rollo & Mark Bates.

Engineered & diligently cared for by a young man called Grippa.
All keyboards Mark Bates. Programming: Mark Bates & Rollo with a little bit on track IV from Ibi,
& on track IX production and programming from Matt Benbrook. Guitars on tracks II, VI, VIII, IX & XII,
by the shy and retiring Martin McCory. Bass on tracks III, VII, & XII by Tim Vogt. Percussion on
tracks III & XII by Mal Hyde-Smith. Additional piano on XII by Dave Dulake,

Choir boy on track VI the angelic Alan Young. Vocals on track IX by Michael Harbour.

All vocals: Luke Garwood & Rachael Brown.
I, II, III, IV, V, VIII written by Mark Bates & Rollo. VI & X written by Mark Bates, Rollo & Dido.
VII written by Stannard, Gallagher, Dido, Mark Bates & Rollo. IX written by Mark Bates,
Rollo & Matt Benbrook. XI written by Mark Bates, Rollo, A.Bentovim & Luke Garwood.
XII written by Rollo, Mark Bates & Rachael Brown. XIII written by Mark Bates, Rollo & Luke Garwood.
© 2000 Go Beat no.: 543 707-2

————

I thought maybe Michael Gambon was the voice as well until I found this.



 jayvee2 wrote:
Leonard Nimoy?
 
Enya's little sister?

Angelic highs
Had to stop what I was doing to see who this was.  Nice!
Great album art :D
winter wrote:
Sounds like Sean Connery to me.
:lol: :yes: I was wondering why it bonded with me. :ask:
Bill Nelson influentia.
I really enjoyed this tune. what a great title to an album.
To hear this song at all. Get the Deep Dish remix. P.S. First time commenter, long time listener.
cmrump wrote:
I thought this was a sample from James Earl Jones (Mufasa) in Lion King?
Sounds like Sean Connery to me.
I'm with Brandog on the title But this song makes me float!!
brandog wrote:
What if she's a psychotic bitch?
:high-five:
sean connery
bigtwistee wrote:
Very trippy
Indeed.
What if she's a psychotic bitch?
cbonai wrote:
Now, is the "Always Remember to Respect and Honour Your Mother" Michael Kane in Jaws 4 or am I crazy?
I thought this was a sample from James Earl Jones (Mufasa) in Lion King?
holy moly $80.00 for 1 disk "used"...I know it's an import but com'on!
Amazing tune
mrmojorisin wrote:
Sean Connery?
Leonard Nimoy?
Sean Connery?
trekhead wrote:
Singer sounds like Ben Del Maesto, of LOTR fame. 8.
Heh, I had to come check to see if it was him.
Very trippy
Jacksonstat wrote:
The album cover reminds me of Where the Wild Things Are. :eek: I like it.
Agreed and me too!
Very "Charlotte Churchy" :daisy: :ask: :sunny:
Singer sounds like Ben Del Maesto, of LOTR fame. 8.
The album cover reminds me of Where the Wild Things Are. :eek: I like it.
yes...surreal...and an awesome album cover as well
I like the cover art...
:sunny: very very nice ...
I love this etherial stuff! Never heard of this band until played on RP.
Now, is the "Always Remember to Respect and Honour Your Mother" Michael Kane in Jaws 4 or am I crazy?
Te Vaka's "Te Namo" - 8 Tori Amos' "General Joy" - 3 Dusted's "Always..." - 8 Looks like a crap sandwich to me. Can we get better meat, Bill? This stuff's spoiled. rah wrote:
is that Michael Gambon's voice?
Sorry, rah. No expert here, but I do know Dusted is a collaboration between Bates and Rollo from Faithless. Also, I found this info: Dusted: Mark Bates (keyboards, programming); Rollo (programming). Additional personnel includes: Luke Garwood, Rachel Brown, Michael Harbour (vocals); Martin McCory (guitar); Dave Dulake (piano); Tim Vogt (bass); Mal Hyde-Smith (percussion); Matt Benbrook (programming); Alan Young (background vocals). Recorded at Swaynard Studios, London, England. Hope this helps. Excellent (and beautiful) song.
Extra point for the beautiful keyboard sounds.... :D
No way...Dusted on Radio Paradise!!! YES!
'Childhood' from the same album is one of THOSE songs - when it comes up on 'shuffle' on my iPod it is always a pleasant surprise. Thanks for the info on the album, RP ... :sunny.gif:
rah wrote:
is that Michael Gambon's voice?
Apparently (she said to herself), it's not...
Cool.
Anyone else feel like they've been watching a Peter Greenaway film? Soothing and disturbing at the same time.
is that Michael Gambon's voice?
And, of course, don't forget to floss.
Might be ok if the lyrics were more interesting
Interesting sound, concept and name. A 7 out of the gate!
If I ever have insomnia, this would probably do the trick. But I mean that in a good way. Very soothing...
cue it up for Mother's day...
Wow, it caught my attention and I needed to find out who it was! :D