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Harry Manx — Further Shore
Album: Om Suite Ohm
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Released: 2013
Length: 4:17
Plays (last 30 days): 0
Well I'm, off to Spain now to see the dawn
Hundred years all I'm given
Beggin' you won't you tell me please
Yeah is, life simply for livin'

Yeah I'm mind a rollin your heart and soul
I loved you every day
Seven steps here now, eight long falls
with my cold moon gone away

Blinded by a thought my love
You know I, if I asked for nothing more
Than a piece of the world you live in
You could be my further shore
You could be my futher shore

Well now none too soon you know I guess I'm done
With this old world tonight
Like a tired dog, yeah now, oh my Lord
I'll be turning my bed tail light

Yeah I'm off to Spain now to see the dawn
Hundred years all I'm given
Beggin' you won't you tell me child
Yeah is life simply for livin'

Blinded by a thought my love
You know I, if I asked for nothing more
Than a piece of the world in which you live in
You could be my further shore
You could be my further shore

Blinded by a thought my love
If I asked for nothing more
Than a piece of the world in which you livin in
You could be my further shore
You could be my further shore
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my boy manx
love this bastard
 ziakut wrote:
Kind of mediocre. 

 
No way - even if you are not a fan - and I've not heard him before to my knowledge.
I swore this was Tinsley Ellis when I first heard it. He must have been a student.
Too much air time recently.  Thanks any way but I will pass
 
Typesbad wrote:
For reasons I can't competently articulate, Harry Manx strikes me as a J.J. Cale for this decade.

 
What a sweet thing to say!  I never thought of that, but it's true.
 ziggytrix wrote:
I'd have sworn he was singing "be my pearly shore"...

which I guess at least is better than hearing "be my Pauly Shore".
 
{#Eek}Yikes!  What a terrifying thought.
{#Bananajam}merci
Thank you .. for introducing me to Harry Manx...
after hearing him here on Radio Paradise... I purchased several of his cd's...
Marvelous.. Marvelous....

Perhaps Radio Paradise.. is my .... Further Shore...
Leading me to the 'next' .....   musicians and songs I might have missed...

Thank you ......... Thank you 
really only played this 4 times in the last 30 days? feels like so so so much more often.
For reasons I can't competently articulate, Harry Manx strikes me as a J.J. Cale for this decade.
 ench wrote:
Really like this, much more than most Harry Manx, not sure why.

 
Less sitar?
I'd have sworn he was singing "be my pearly shore"...

which I guess at least is better than hearing "be my Pauly Shore".
This guy could play a tennis racket and make it sound good.
Really like this, much more than most Harry Manx, not sure why.
Just too much of Harry Manx! Every day? C'mon!
 oldsaxon wrote:

It's that place, you know, over there...where things are better if you could only get there. Your doctor won't know where it is, only you know that.

 
...and it does affect cell coverage in Quebec and Utah
I second that. We saw him a couple years ago and he puts on a great show. {#Clap}


BigIslandBlues wrote:
I saw Harry perform a solo show on Saturday night and he was terrific. He is a talented and funny guy. See him if you get the chance.

 


Is life simply for living?

Harry, you ask such simple questions.


 oldsaxon wrote:
It's that place, you know, over there...where things are better if you could only get there. Your doctor won't know where it is, only you know that.

Oh!  Like Marisa Tomei, Dana Delany, or Sigourney Weaver could be my "further shore"?  Better than 'here', if I could only get 'there'?

Thanks; I get it now.


 unclehud wrote:
OK, I give up.  What is a "further shore"?  Perhaps more importantly, should I ask my doctor if it's right for me?

 
It's that place, you know, over there...where things are better if you could only get there. Your doctor won't know where it is, only you know that.
I saw Harry perform a solo show on Saturday night and he was terrific. He is a talented and funny guy. See him if you get the chance.
Not bad, Mister ManX - OHM!
OK, I give up.  What is a "further shore"?  Perhaps more importantly, should I ask my doctor if it's right for me?
This just sounds better and better with every play.
Loving it.
 ziakut wrote:
Kind of mediocre. 

 
Sez you. 
 msymmes wrote:
Is it Jazz?  Is it Blues?  What is it?   

It's very very good !!!!!

 

 
It's eastern western.
 
 Lazarus wrote:


Wow...  this is cool...

we be existentially dancing at my church...  love it...

 

 
Man is a solis ipsus.
 TerryS wrote:
Just go see the man. He's the real deal.

 
I caught him touring with pianist a few years back - very enjoyable.
Harry is great as always, but I like the sound of his previous albums more, don't know why...
 msymmes wrote:
Is it Jazz?  Is it Blues?  What is it?   

It's very very good !!!!!

 

 
It's rock'n'roll.
Just go see the man. He's the real deal.
Highly recommend this entire album.
Is it Jazz?  Is it Blues?  What is it?   

It's very very good !!!!!

 
Ditto for me.
 

mediamarv wrote:
Totally unfamiliar with this guy, but I like this so far. That's the reason I listen (and support) RP, Bill is always turning me onto to new music.

 


Totally unfamiliar with this guy, but I like this so far. That's the reason I listen (and support) RP, Bill is always turning me onto to new music.
Kind of mediocre. 

This song is good for the ears...
 

marvelous...  love this song...
 
Hehe, some new Harry to listen to! Yip! I'm likin' this a lot...7 - 8!






 


Wow...  this is cool...

we be existentially dancing at my church...  love it...

 
I've seen him on 3 continents, so cannot but agree. The only quibble I have is that I do wish he would lose the ayeeayeeayee suffixes (happily not present on this track)
PS He does love the punning titles, does he not? 
 mfcrowe wrote:
Nice, new tune by H.M. If you ever get a chance to see him live, do so. It is a very good show.
 
Definitely agree. Saw him live here in Albuquerque, then again in Seattle. Both were great shows in a small intimate setting.

Probably would have never heard a Mohan Veena if it wasn't for Harry.

Very cool.

I'd like to see him appear at Eric Clapton's guitar festival in Chicago sometime. I think he deserves to be there.

Steve
Nice, new tune by H.M. If you ever get a chance to see him live, do so. It is a very good show.