Henry Dee | Talking Bout You and Me

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Talking Bout You and Me

by Henry Dee

Heartfelt interpretations of soulful tunes by three trailblazing singer/songwriters of the 60s, 70s and beyond: Tim Hardin, Van Morrison and Joe South.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Games People Play
3:35 album only
2. Misty Roses
3:47 album only
3. Tupelo Honey
4:18 album only
4. Down in the Boondocks
3:01 album only
5. It'll Never Happen Again
3:13 album only
6. I've Got to Be Somebody
3:25 album only
7. Crazy Love
3:11 album only
8. Yo-Yo
3:02 album only
9. Reason to Believe
3:38 album only
10. Someone Like You
4:06 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Henry Dee is back with his signature understated New York style.

He has sifted through the music of the 60's and 70's and beyond and has found three singer/songwriters - Tim Hardin, Van Morrison and Joe South - whose deep, compassionate work has had a quiet but far-reaching impact on almost all the major singers of their day.

Each song Henry has chosen is a conversation, sometimes intimate, sometimes boisterous, but always revealing - talking about what it is to be human, to be vulnerable in turbulent times - times of huge social change.

He is backed up by an outstanding group of musicians of all ages who discovered together just how timeless this music is.

“It is to Henry Dee’s credit that he speaks right fro the heart . . . With great arrangements and
thoughtful delivery, his warm baritone captures the heart of a special era in music that gave
the world a lot to old onto.” - - John Hoglund in Cabaret Scenes review of Henry’s earlier
CD "Breaking Through,"



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