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You're No Angel (03:26) 06. Reckless (03:13) 07. New England Days (03:31) 08. Detriment (03:29) 09. Waterwheel (04:34) 10. If I Had Known (03:00) 11. Nothing New (03:53).
Clifford Thomas Ward (10 February 1944 – 18 December 2001) was an English singer-songwriter, best known for his career as a solo artist. Ward's 1973 album Home Thoughts remains his best known recording, and he had hit singles with songs such as "Gaye" and "Scullery". His reluctance to tour in support of recorded work may have affected his chances of more substantial mainstream success.
New England Days Lyrics. Artist: Clifford T. Ward. Album: New England Days. This feeling inside of me Won't let me be, well it just won't go You're so much a part of me And these New England days move incredibly slow. So hold on, baby hold on Hold on, hold on. Well it's far from clear And there's not much time I just can't explain But it's Massachusetts on the line. Hold on, baby hold on Hold on, hold on Hold on, baby hold on Hold on, hold on. INSTRUMENTAL. The air is so warm tonight Here where the fireflies set the hills alight But somehow it just won't do Your old.
The best songs of Clifford T Ward, who has died of pneumonia aged 57, synthesised pop melody and an English poetic sensibility. His most creative years were the mid-1970s, when such songs as Home Thoughts From Abroad and Gaye brought commercial success and critical accolades. He was born in Stourport, Worcestershire, the fifth child of Kathleen and Frank Ward, a Kidderminster carpet factory worker, whose grandparents had been Irish music-hall artistes. The title song, contrasting Robert Browning's lofty verse with the quirky use of domestic details, was the stuff that animated many of Ward's best songs. Late-1970s punk was inhospitable to singer-songwriters and New England Days (1977), recorded in the United States, made little headway. This feeling inside of me. Won't let me be, well it just won't go. You're so much a part of me. And these New England days move incredibly slow. Back to: Clifford T.
Performer: Clifford T. Ward
Title: New England Days
Style: Singer/Songwriter,Soft Rock
Size MP3: 1483 mb
Size FLAC: 1718 mb
Rating: 4.1 / 5
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