It was wonderful to see Keeva last night her performance was amazing. considering just voice and guitar was like an entire ochestral musical, she is supporting band for Katie Melua. Katie's performace too was tremendous, it's as though she has taken on an entirely new dimention, and was lovely to catch up with her after the concert.
Keeva - The Kindest Thing. album: Four Sad Songs and a Ballad. The Boats - The Ballad of Indecision. Barney Kessel, Charlie Parker, Ben Webster, Johnny Hodges, Oscar Peterson, Ray Brown, Flip Phillips, Charlie Shavers & Benny Carter - Ballad Medley. album: Northern Soul and R&b Essentials. John Cee Stannard - Wrong Side of Town. album: Ballad of a Tricky Night Visitor. Jake Hamilton - My Ballad to the Church of Laodicea. album: Beautiful Rider. Lawrence Welk - Ballad Of Paladin (From 'Have Gun Will Travel'). Johnny Cash - Ballad Of A Teenage Queen. album: The Rockin' 50's & 60's.
Olly Murs - Thinking of Me (03:26, 320Kb/s). On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Love Songs - 100 Hits: Ballads, sad songs and tear jerkers inc. Beyonce, Michael Jackson and John Legend (2018).
We need sad songs for the comfort they can provide. Bernie Taupin captured this sentiment best and hid it in a jaunty little pop song by Elton John: If someone is suffering enough to write it down When every single word makes sense Then it’s easier to have those songs around The kick inside is in the line that finally gets to you And it feels so good to hurt so bad And suffer just enough to sing the blues. Yes, sad songs do say so much. And these 50 songs helped the Paste staff to hurt so good. I tried to keep it to one song per artist but Johnny Cash ended up getting a pass. 44. Eric Clapton – Tears in Heaven This Eric Clapton ballad has gotten a lot of play in the 20-plus years since its initial release, and you’d think that would dull its sadness a bit, but just take a minute and remind yourself of its tragic origins: Clapton’s four-year-old son Conor fell out of a 53rd-floor window.
|2||The Kindest Thing|
|3||How Do I Tell You|
|5||If I Hadn't Met You At All|
- Backing Vocals – C.McGuinness (tracks: 2, 4)
- Design – Natalie Doto
- Mastered By – Richard Dowling
- Photography By – Jonno Clifford
- Piano – S.Cullen (tracks: 1)
- Producer, Mixed By, Guitar, Electric Guitar – Tommy McLaughlin
- Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Backing Vocals – Keeva
NotesGatefold digipak with 12-page insert.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: AI48348-01