This time we've got a freebie for you all! We had an afternoon with Peggy Lee and she was kind enough to lend her awesome vocal chords to some 21st century electronicmusichousething. Download and enjoy!
Just a quick-simple cover :)
"Black Coffee" (1948 song), written by Sonny Burke, the lyrics by Paul Francis Webster.
Coffee can lift the spirits, bring people together and serve as a crutch when you just need to sit around and marinate in your own thoughts. Jazz is an excellent foil to coffee, so it's no wonder that so many jazz musicians have been inspired by the brew...(source:npr.org)
I'm feeling mighty lonesome haven't slept a wink
I walk the floor and watch the door And in between I drink
Black coffee love's a hand me down brew
I'll never know a Sunday In this weekday room
I'm talking to the shadows 1 o'clock til 4
And lord, how slow the moments go When all I do is pour
Black coffee Since the blues caught my eye
I'm hanging out on Monday My Sunday dreams to dry
Now a man is born to go a lovin' A woman's born to weep and fret
To stay at home and tend her oven And drown her past regrets In coffee and cigarettes
I'm moonin' all the morning ,moaning all the night
And in between it's nicotine And not much heart to fight
Black coffee Feelin' low as the ground
It's driving me crazy waiting for my baby To maybe come around...
some songs i did in my room mostly produced by Sani of course. except for the Weezer track and the Bones.
i've been doing some of these songs Live and decided to drop the recorded versions shout out to the people who been coming to the shows
Emilie Mover recorded Live off the floor at Zebulon Studios in NYC for her upcoming Peggy Lee Tribute album titled PEGGY LEE!