Teddy Thompson – A Piece Of What You Need

agosto 30, 2008 at 1:23 pm (Teddy Thompson)

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” The only son of British folk-rock legends Richard & Linda Thompson, Teddy
Thompson was born in 1976, during his parents’ time living in a Muslim
community outside of London. He first came to the musical public eye in
1996 when he turned up on his father’s ‘you? me? us?’ album, contributing
backing vocals. He eventually opened for Richard on a number of solo dates
following the record’s release, as well as adding guitar and supporting
vocals on 1999’s Mock Tudor and the subsequent tour. A live,
mail-order-only disc of Richard’s 1998 solo, acoustic shows featured Teddy
teaming with him on a handful of tunes, including Richard & Linda’s classic
“A Heart Needs a Home,” the Left Banke’s “She May Call You Up Tonight,” and
a wonderful version of “Persuasion,” co-written by Richard and Tim Finn. In
the summer of 2000, Teddy released his self-titled debut for Virgin
Records. The album is a collection of self-penned folk-pop tunes produced
by singer/songwriter Joe Henry and featuring Richard’s guitar on several
tracks. ‘Separate Ways’ arrived on the Verve Forecast label in February
2006, followed by 2007’s ‘Upfront & Down Low’.”


01. The Things I Do
02. What’s This?!
03. In My Arms
04. Where to Go from Here
05. Don’t Know What I Was Thinking
06. Can’t Sing Straight
07. Slippery Slope
08. Jonathan’s Book
09. One of These Days
10. Turning the Gun on Myself
11. A Piece of What You Need



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