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Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Maybe She's In Tahiti



This Wreckless Eric song from 1977 is a life affirming blast, belted out on guitar, about how there's someone for everyone, wherever they may be, and how far he'd go to find her.

Whole Wide World

11 comments:

dickvandyke said...

Life-affirming. Yes. That's exactly what it is.

charity chic said...

Glad I whetted your appetite SA!

george said...

I thought Mr CC would approve of this

Swiss Adam said...

Yes, sorry CC, I should have credited you with prompting this post.

davyh said...

Drums by Ian Dury

charity chic said...

No worries SA - good to see WE get some airplay - CC

Echorich said...

Stiff's Enfant Terrible, but was a wonderful one!

Echorich said...

Oh, and BRILL airline poster art!! Is It PanAm or TWA?

Swiss Adam said...

I don't know which airline produced the posted Echorich. Will try to find out.

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Echorich said...

I knew the artist was familiar to me SA. It's Herve Morvan who is most famous for his Gitanes ads and interestingly the original artwork which Peter (never passed the chance to nick a good piece of artwork) Saville's appropriated for the original cover for Ultravox's Rage In Eden. Morvan's estate was not pleased and I believe settled with the label and a second cover was used for the world excluding the USA where the issue seemed to have been ignored by Chrysalis USA.