Steve Byrd / Pierre Mathis
(United Kingdom, 2004)
Played: 5666 times
ski [ e-mail] wrote
the angel comment indeed! it leads into my southernish perspective but I am telling you who I could hear doing this song as soon as I heard it .....one of my favorite bands... Union Station.... this song is awesome!very great talents! thanks! ;-)
Amazing, it's wonderfull. Can someone send it or bring it on cd? I'm looking forward of what to come!!! And it inspired me of writing also some new material !!!! Thanks so much 4 sharing it with us!!!!!!
Oeil De Biche [ e-mail] wrote
It's a song i'd like to hear surrounded by angels...
Schoolgirl [ e-mail] wrote
Nice and moody, Pierre. It sounds a bit like some of the new age pop I get into now and then. Very nice acoustic backup. Steve, of course, is an excellent guitarist as always. It reminds me a bit of an October Project song.
Pierre, Nice one again. You are a man of many talents. Steve.
Deep and beautiful voice for a ballad which become more and more attractive after several listening. Web designer, singer, writer, loved by all and....do i know? What are you now going to lay ? What doesn't you know to do, Pierre? It's irritating at the end. You are a sort of Remi Bricka of 2004, the one-man band of this wild-world-web. Really irritating at the end. Grrrr! . C'est la vie en couleur, tiens voilà le marchand de ballon, C'est des cris et des pleurs... Remy Bricka.
Marcy Marc [ e-mail] wrote
Wow - a superb song. Verry sad sounding - but i like these kinda songs annyway. Astonishing singing and guitar wor. As i said before P. that kind of songs suits your voice. Ever thought bout a duet with Vanessa Paradis? That would be awesome - maybe a duet on "Marylin & John"....
Lisa [ e-mail] wrote
Pierre, I know how you feel. Sometimes I feel like I merely "exist" from day to day. HOW LUCKY are you to have Kim's precious guitarist collaborating with you!
Karl [ e-mail] wrote
Pierre & Steve i am impressed,really.Very interesting,very nice! Pierre you wouldn't tell me on phone a few days ago,petit cachottier! People should really rediscover what real Music is nowadays & THAT's what i call real Music.Congrats!
Pat from Paname [ e-mail] wrote
"A pile of books lays on the ugly bedroom floor, hand-written notes around..." Sounds like my place on a good day. I love it.
JR [ e-mail] wrote
Very nice, such a beautiful melody Pierre babie what can i say ( George Micheal Eat your heart out) :)- Steve you are amazing on guitar
Karina [ e-mail] wrote
I am with you JERZY but + some corrections -YORKSHIRE forest,STEVE with indian orchestra,PIERRE with french tune in his voice.
jerzy [ e-mail] wrote
What a surprise! What a collaboration! Great folky feel to it (I imagine solitary Pierre walking the Yorkshire moors singing this song). Sad but beautifully sad. Pierre's voice and Steve's guitar go well together nicely.
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