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Tell Tale Heart  performed by  Gavin Friday & The Man Seezer  (1989)
Composed by Gavin Friday, Man Seezer
Arranged by Gavin Friday & The Man Seezer
From: UK
Mood: Passionate, Melancholy, Sophisticated, Theatrical, Wry
Recommended by dsalmones [profile] on Wednesday 12th December 2007

The former Virgin Prunes member, Gavin Friday, recorded his first solo album in 1989, "Each Man Kills The Thing He Loves". After leaving the Prunes in 1986, he abandoned the music business to paint for a year and a half, returning to the fray after teaming up with pianist Maurice Roycroft (whom Friday renamed the Man Seezer). This debut album, "Each Man Kills the Thing He Loves", found him making unexpected moves into a sort of modern-day cabaret style, albeit with all the Bowie-isms of his vocal delivery intact. And this song, "Tell Tale Heart", is near to country sounds and also could come right from Nick Cave "Your Funeral My Trial".

from Each Man Kills The Thing He Loves (Island 422-842586-2), available on CD
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