Michael Charles | Crosscut Saw

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Crosscut Saw

by Michael Charles

The "Under the Covers" CD singles series continues with Disc Three presenting Crosscut Saw and Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. Crosscut Saw (Radio Edit)
3:30 $0.99
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2. Crosscut Saw (Unedited Version)
5:13 $0.99
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3. Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out (Live)
3:11 $0.99
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Album Notes
Disc three of the “Under the Covers” CD singles series features the 1960’s R.G. Ford song “Crosscut Saw”. After listening to Eric Clapton’s version Michael Charles developed a strong fondness for the song. Once again MC worked his magic and turned out another cool entertaining version of another hand-picked original.

The bonus cut Jimmie Cox’s “Nobody Knows You When You Are Down and Out” is recognized by MC and many of his fans as the cover tune that is the closest to being one of Charles’ very own. Although already recorded and appearing on the My Shadow CD, the song’s significance to MC is why we chose to include it in the “Under the Covers” CD single series and share this rare live version with you.

The Crosscut Saw “Under the Covers” CD single is no exception to the rule that; “this is a recording produced solely for the fans”! As always we are grateful to Jamie Coghill of Dex Audio in Melbourne Australia for his superb graphic design and layout of the artwork and a huge thanks goes out to a big Kansas City Missouri fan, Michael King, for the stellar picture of MC that graces the cover of Disc Three.

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