Only this rare acetate on two discs survives. There are still a few floating around in circulation with labels but no sleeves. August 28, 0. In a November interview with SongfactsTom Petty and the Heartbreakers guitarist and primary songwriter Mike Campbell explained the song's origins:.
The shorter radio edit version omits the "I'm learning to live without you now, but I miss you baby" lyric and skips directly to "I've been trying to get down to the heart of the matter".
Cochran was 16 when he recorded this song about falling in love with a shop assistant. Registered in England. Price is for lusted-after pic sleeve demos. I know he was especially proud of that one. The gritty bass tone and layered vocals are also straight out of the Eldritch school, but have their own distinct flavour.
Sunday, August 30, Our packing guy Richard is certainly not a fan as he helped assemble sleeves for our reissue of this early hard rocking and folky classic.
The shorter radio edit version omits the "I'm learning to live without you now, but I miss you baby" lyric and skips directly to "I've been trying to get down to the heart of the matter". The Man Who Laughs — film review. Yes Siouxsie is about sex, but more than that she is about power.
The band also have two upcoming shows:.
There is a distinct energy to early post-punk that I really love, I imagine it comes from how experimental this kind of stuff was back in the 70s compared to what had come before and this song really encapsulates that. Decca planned this grim 2-LP set of B-sides but pulled it. Did zilch in the UK.
Send it to tim. US copies are cheap, but there are only a handful of UK pressings.