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Gus Black — Long Beach
Album: Live @ KCRW
Avg rating:
5.8

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Total ratings: 163









Released: 2006
Length: 3:32
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Bee sting you come undone
God at the wheel with a gun
Get down on the street and call your friends

They're shootin' up a new path
To guide the first and last
So get down on the street and call your friends

It's a miracle
And it's comin' your way
It's a miracle
Shinnin' all day

As bad as the night embers
Beat to another song
Sad cuz you know her deaht
Will never fade

It's a miracle
And it's comin' your way
It's a miracle
Shinnin' all day

And so you come alive
At the perfect time
It's a perfect life

Ok I know we're mates
Ok it feels the same
Girl you know your name
Will some day change

It's a miracle
And it's comin' your way
It's a miracle
Shinnin' all day
It's a miracle
And it's comin' your way
It's a miracle
Shinnin' all day
Your way, your way
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Really really beautiful, whatever it's about. 
NICE GOING WILD BILL. 9 with def potential
RP is not too big on grand lyrical gestures like this unless they have a dark mood...
In the first 10 seconds, I would have bet $ it was Crowded House.
For a moment....I thought this was Donovan!
Thought this was Rob Dickinson from Catherine Wheel at first.
Radio Paradise synchronistic radio magic lyrical literal timely timeless RP keeping Radio Magic alive. Out of the blue and into the black. There's more to the picture than meets the ear.
You got your KCRW in my Radio Paradise! This song is like the Reese's Peanut Butter Cups of internet radio.
 midigitguy wrote:
The repetition of the piano figure bored me to tears...first time I heard it, that garners it a suckobarfo
 
Yup. Intrusive a dental-drill annoying.
To tears, yes but it makes me bursts into tears, it's a beautiful song
midigitguy wrote:
The repetition of the piano figure bored me to tears...first time I heard it, that garners it a suckobarfo
 


A performer by himself denotes whether he has talent that can sometimes be hidden behind strong players. This guy has the goods!    {#Yes}
I like this, but I would enjoy it more in a full band capacity. Normally I like scarce, less-produced sounding performances...but this could use it.
The repetition of the piano figure bored me to tears...first time I heard it, that garners it a suckobarfo