Song of the day: Adrian Whitehead – "Caitlin’s 60’s Pop Song"

Here’s Adrian Whitehead with the conveniently titled “Caitlin’ 60’s Pop Song”:

Adrian Whitehead – “Caitlin’s 60’s Pop Song” (2008)

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It’s convenient because it saves me trying to describe the song.

Thanks, Adrian.

Now, if we can get every other musician to give their songs musically descriptive titles such as “Lennonesque Rocker”, “McCartneyesque Schmaltz in G major”, and “Incredibly Slow Waltz in F diminished” instead of bothersome things like girls’ names, places, times of the year, “feelings” etc.

Adrian Whitehead on MySpace

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One Response to Song of the day: Adrian Whitehead – "Caitlin’s 60’s Pop Song"

  1. vetken says:

    this one recalls Elliott Smith in a big way for me….specifically “Baby Britain” from Elliott's “XO”. Still, I was very impressed with Adrian's stuff…the whole CD works. But where is the follow-up?

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