Suddenly Last Summer - Jimmy Somerville

Suddenly Last Summer
Released 19/04/10. First physical CD release of Jimmy Somerville's latest album. Suddenly Last Summer is a stunning collection of cover versions in simple, beautiful and all new surprising acoustic arrangements. The first 3,000 copies come in a limited edition deluxe digi-paks with a bonus 2 track DVD featuring the promos for the lead tracks People Are Strange and Where Have All The Flowers Gone. An eclectic mix of modern classics reflecting Jimmy Somerville s own broad musical tastes including Blondie s "Hanging On The Telephone", Dusty Springfield's "I Just Don t Know What To Do With Myself ", The Doors "People Are Strange" and Nina Simone's "Black Is The Colour Of My Love" among many other classics and standards.
Our Price: £9.95
Code: SFE003
Weight: 200
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It's Love / I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself / Hangin On The Telephone / Black Is The Colour Of My True / Love / Hush / Sweet Unknown / Where Have All The Flowers Gone / My Heart Belongs To Daddy / Was That All It Was / Walking After Midnight / People Are Strange

Bonus Tracks
Motherless Child (Live) / Motherless Child (Andrew Worboys Remix) / By Your Side (Acoustic)

Disc Two Limited Edition DVD (First 3,000 Copies Only)
Video - Where Have All The Flowers Gone / Video People Are Strange

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