Sheila K Cameron | Run Through Side A

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Run Through Side A

by Sheila K Cameron

A one-off performance of 19 songs recorded onto cassette tape with no track differentiation and interspersed with a few comments
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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RUN THROUGH SIDE A has a playing time 28 mins 58 secs. It begins with the song Have You Cosied Back Up and plays through to the end one entiled There was No Need Of Me
1. Have you cosied back up to your domestic fireplace
2. Its too hard for me to keep myself clean
3. What the hell’s going on
4. No matter what I say
5. I’ve waited a long time
6. I don’t believe you care
7. You come on over me in waves
8. Where the last tide runs
9. As you wrapped the string around me
10. You led me blindly up the alley of confusion
11. Sail me like a boat
12. When you found out
13. I looked alright this morning
14. I am ugly I am blue
15. I need you - will you come home soon
16. Weave me oh weave me (Joan Ure)
17. I’m making all my love songs (Joan Ure)
18. Don’t be ashamed sister
19. There was no need of me
‘I’m going to leave it like that – mistakes and all’

P.S The first song uses a quote from the playwright and poet Joan Ure about love, women and the West of Scotland




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