Playlists feat. this artist 28
An eclectic collection of songs taking in most styles of music from acoustic folk to jazz, heavy rock and orchestral ballads.
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Peak in sub-genre #15
A song that, despite being written 20 years ago, doesn't go out of date. From the 1999 album Where the Skeletons Dance Lyrics/music: Graeme Hobbs, Dick Langford Vocals: Graeme, Guitars: Dick Violin: Mark Knight Drums: Rick Burtonshaw Bass: Paul H
Peak position #99
Peak position #91
Frustration at Brexit - Parental advisory!!!!!!
Peak position #80
Racism has been given the green light by the Brexit vote.
Peak in sub-genre #16
After the Brexit vote will there be reconciliation?
Peak in sub-genre #21
How did we ever get here?
Peak position #66
At the time of writing, April 2017, the UK appears intent on causing as much trouble as it can. Hopefully this song will just be an anachromism in the near future.
Peak in sub-genre #20
Post-Brexit comment on social attitudes
Peak position #66
Siperia Peregrin AKA Django the flat coat retriever. 8/10/2005 - 18/2/2016 I'll miss you my dear old mate.
Peak in sub-genre #19
A song about age, fun and regrets.
A collab with Warren Smith of Macjams. It started with a walk. Warren : vocals, music, lyrics Dick : lead guitar, lyrics
Peak in sub-genre #18
True story. It should have been done in a Stanley Holloway Albert and the Lion voice but maybe later Richard Marris and me on sloppy guitars and his son Dan on drums. No drum loops were harmed on this song.
Peak position #67
For my Dad. With many thanks to Anne Cozean, Richard Marris, Dan Marris Terry Pearson
Peak in sub-genre #22
A retread of one of the first songs Richard Marris and I worked on 7 or 8 years ago. Many thanks to Terry Pearson for the excellent vocals http://www.macjams.com/artist/davisamerica2
Peak position #63
Written by Richard Marris. Thanks to Gary Wood for vocals. Richard's 13 year old son Daniel plays drums.