Don’t believe the (negative) hype: The Beatles-meet-Peggy Lee pop-noir of “Inch By Inch” is one more reason to give Goodbye Cruel World a closer listen.
Chaplin’s plea for unity was dismissed the first time the world needed to hear it. Let’s not make that mistake again.
“A Voice In The Dark” is a song so effortlessly meticulous, it’s as much a career culmination as a career highlight.
“Deportee” is a song of loneliness, judgment, and yearning for the secret life of Frank Sinatra.
Finally, a soundtrack for your December 26th hangover.
There’s a big difference between Keith Richards the myth and Keith Richards the musician. “Hate It When You Leave” explains it perfectly.