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The Tealinho Mambo

A sneak peak at another one of the tracks from the forthcoming “Fan Fayre for the Commons People” CD now, an edited teaser clip of “The Tealinho Mambo” – chronicling the phoenix-like rise of Derby County winger Gary Teale. Click on the player to listen, sample lyrics below!

“….Cloughie sprinkled on some magic dust
Now to start him in the team’s a must
We thought his career had bit the dust

We love to see Tealinho on the ball
He doesn’t look like Gary Teale at all

but a different name can win the game

Senor – who is this Gary Teale?

Does he play for Boca Juniors? -No
Does he play for de River Plate? -No
Does he play for Santiago? -No
Does he play for  Real Madrid? -No

NO- He is Tealinho, he play for Derby County!
Aiee! Caramba!”

© lyrics and music copyright Kev Moore 2009

March 6, 2009 Posted by | Home Studio, Music, Recording, Writing | , , , , , , , , , , | 13 Comments

Commons People – The Video!

Following the incredible surge of interest in the song, I felt it only right to make some kind of accompanying video – so here it is, with lots of help from my French partner Miki, otherwise known as “La Ramette” – (not to be confused with rainette – which by remarkable coincidence is also a little frog.)

Any one still needing a free download of the song, leave a comment on this blog and I’ll sort it!

February 24, 2009 Posted by | Home Studio, Music, Recording, Video, Writing | , , , , , , , | 72 Comments

Just for all you fellow Derby fans

Following a great post on the 606 boards with re-worked lyrics for “Common People” by Pulp, I recorded it this afternoon for your delight! for the uninitiated, it’s the tale of a player a team let go for nothing, only for the guy to flourish under their arch-rivals and inflict defeat upon them over, and over, and over again!
Just click on the player to listen!

and here’s the lyrics, courtesy of Addison’s a monster!

He came from Forest with a reputation
for eating pies and never trying too hard
“tub of lard”

One good game out of every seven
Forest fans cried gleefully when he came
And then in four Derbies time they said

We want to live like Commons people
we want to do what ever Commons people do
want to drink like Commons people
want to watch him take games right out of view
what else could i do
I said Ill see what I can do

We took him to the city ground
where Forest fans all said that he’d hide away
on that day
The florest fans said weve got no money
We just laughed and said “your so funny” then we scored
“Cant see any reds smiling”

we said

We want to live like Commons people
we want to do what ever Commons people do
want to drink like Commons people
want to watch him take games right out of view
But they didnt understand
They just cried and left the stands…

Call him Judas all you like
Cos he makes Forest look shi-ite
Should have offered him some more
Cos now its us that see him score
And you’ll never get it right
Cos when your laid in bed at night
watching roaches climb the wall
If you still had Kris he could come and fix it all

You’ll never live like commons people,
you’ll never do what commons people do,
you’ll never cheer like commons people,
we’ll never watch our team slide out of view,
and dance and drink and screw,
because there’s nothing else to do.

He plays on the left he plays on the right
That boy Kris Commons makes forest look shi-ite

Sing along with the Commons people,
sing along and it might just get you through,
laugh along with the Commons people,
laugh along even though they’re laughing at you,
and the stupid things that you do.
Because you think that Trees are cool

Sing along with the Commons people

February 22, 2009 Posted by | Home Studio, Music, Recording, Rock, Writing | , , , , , , , , | 162 Comments

In Acoustica Flagrante

First notes ring out from my studio....

First notes ring out from my studio....

A flurry of activity yesterday, as I installed power supplies, and access points through the worktops to link Keyboards and Computers and suchlike. My acoustic also eventually found its way to its rightful place on the wall. Apart from a small servicing of the power amplifier, and installation of the iMac that will be the “control centre”, things are pretty much finished. The vestibule leading to the control room is the next thing to concentrate on, but that’s for another day. I sat down early evening and began running through the songs I’ll be featuring in my opening acoustic set for my New Year’s Eve solo concert. Lost in my strumming, I failed to notice the stealthy footsteps of “papparazzi” Miki, who captured me “in acoustica flagrante” as it were. But what a beautifully evocative photograph it is.

Kev Moore

Photography by Miki

December 18, 2008 Posted by | Home Studio, Music, Recording, Writing | , , , , , | 4 Comments