New Elvis song in "Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool"

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Re: New Elvis song in "Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool"

Postby verbal gymnastics » Wed Oct 11, 2017 3:36 pm

If I hadn't walked a different way to Charing Cross station tonight I'd have stumbled onto this! :cry:
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Re: New Elvis song in "Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool"

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Re: New Elvis song in "Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool"

Postby Neil. » Thu Oct 12, 2017 6:08 am

Elvis looking cool at 63! I'm dying to hear this new song.

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Re: New Elvis song in "Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool"

Postby sweetest punch » Fri Oct 20, 2017 12:24 pm

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The song you're most proud of?

Pfff ... It's impossible to say. I wrote about it in the four hundred. If I quote one, it will exclude a whole section of my music. And then "proud" would not be the right word. I can have various feelings towards my songs. I could get away with a pirouette at the Duke Ellington saying the best is my next ... Let's say I'm pretty proud of a new song that's featured in a movie that's out these days [Do not die in Liverpool, by Paul McGuigan, with Annette Bening and Jamie Bell - ed.]. It is the last one I recorded, so I'm proud of it, it sticks with the film but especially I think it holds well by itself. It is a ballad entitled You Shouldn’t Look At Me That Way, of which I wrote the orchestration myself.
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