Chuck Prophet — Storm Across the Sea
Album: No Other Love
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Released: 2002
Length: 3:59
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 emh wrote:
I'm not aware of too many things,
I know what I know, if you know what I mean....

 
Same chords, but he's doing it vocally like a blues. Edie's tune was more hippy, trippy. Of course now that you mention it, the similarities are growing....
Very Gainsbourien ! (Album Melody Nelson - Serge Gainsbourg )


 coloradojohn wrote:
I love hearing this absolutely amazing song on a cold snowy morning - warms me from the inside! and really wish I could see him do it live.

 
Saw Chuck live in small venue (Carbondale, CO) a couple years ago.  Very good show and got to have a chat with him.  NIce guy.
Seriously disoriented by so much of it sounding like Morcheeba...
 emh wrote:
I'm not aware of too many things,
I know what I know, if you know what I mean....

 
..good call!..
I'm not aware of too many things,
I know what I know, if you know what I mean....
 Proclivities wrote:

Apparently, that very phrase was heard just before Nostradamus was seen plunging from the garret window of his high-rise apothecary shop.

 
{#Roflol}
I love hearing this absolutely amazing song on a cold snowy morning - warms me from the inside! and really wish I could see him do it live.
 fredriley wrote:
Chuck Prophet sounds more like an imperative than a proper noun... ;-)

 
Apparently, that very phrase was heard just before Nostradamus was seen plunging from the garret window of his high-rise apothecary shop.
Chuck Prophet sounds more like an imperative than a proper noun... ;-)
Just saw Chuck play a 3 hour epic free show last Friday. Awesome entertainer with a great band.
 ottojschlosser wrote:
Here come that gal of mine, like a storm across the sea...

Guess he met my first wife too. 

 
LOL!!
Saw him at Earle Fest couple years ago (Santa Rosa, CA) and really enjoyed him. Especially "I Have A Good Day Now and Then."
Yes, {#Clap} please play more Chuck Prophet.
Here come that gal of mine, like a storm across the sea...

Guess he met my first wife too. 
Groovy....{#Daisy}
Seen him seven or eight times. Great every time. And one of the best guitarists I've ever seen. Hits the nails right on their flat little heads with every solo, and the note paintings are subtle, like in this little gem here ...
Fun trip-hop.  Feets tappin {#Motor} 

Feelin vibes of Morcheeba's The Sea
So nice. Women are weather.
Wah wah and mellotron.
Cooks.
 C57BL6 wrote:

The guy from 90210?
 
Nope, that other guy, Thomas. Oh wait, he died in '53.