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Embraceable You - The Slow Club (2) - This Is The Slow Club (CD, Album)

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  1. Me and You! We're moving gravel off someone else's drive, Into a barrel, it helps us stay alive. Off to market You will buy a cone. They'll never notice, They're never home. Policy and bureaus help to move the tide, Pounds filling euros, get yourself a life. He loves you for who you are, and nothing could see otherone it's tight. Marry into money, marry twice.
  2. Oct 22,  · Me and You Lyrics: ME AND YOU!!! / We're moving gravel off someone else's drive / Into a barrel, it helps 'em stay alive / Off to market / You will buy a cone / They'll never notice / They're never.
  3. Slow Club. 40, likes · 14 talking about this. Slow Club is Sheffield boy-girl duo Charles Watson (guitar, vocals, piano) and Rebecca Taylor (drums, vocals, guitar). The band formed in when.
  4. James Yorkston, Slow Club (3), Lomond Campbell, The Pictish Trail, Raghu Dixit, Suhail Yusuf Khan, King Creosote: James Yorkston, Slow Club (3), Lomond Campbell, The Pictish Trail, Raghu Dixit, Suhail Yusuf Khan, King Creosote - EXPERIMENTAL_BATCH_NUMBER_26 (Album) 2 versions.
  5. Unlimited free Slow Club music - Click to play Christmas TV, Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) and whatever else you want! Slow Club is a folk-rock duo from Sheffield, England. The band formed in , after the break-up of.
  6. The Slow Club was a band pulled together by former Japan guitarist Robert Dean in Australia in the late s.
  7. Slow Club’s latest album, One Day All Of This Won’t Matter Any More, languishes instead of soars. That’s partly by design: The album is filled with dark, midtempo tunes that veer between sleepy and ponderous, an unusual path for a group that, despite its name, has written some exuberant music. Most of the album’s tracks come close to the four-minute mark, which is occasionally a.
  8. Aug 15,  · Like Slow Club’s previous albums, One Day All of This Won’t Matter Anymore finds the British duo of Rebecca Taylor and Charles Watson trying on new sounds. This time, they traveled to.

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