Dan Brodie – Everybody’s Talkin’
Dan Brodie singing the Fred Neil cover made famous by Harry Nilsson, Everybody’s Talkin’.
What a stellar lineup! What a brilliant celebration of the wonderful life and songs of Maurice Frawley. They were queuing up in the bitter cold outside of the Espy to come in.
Here is Paul Kelly singing “Queen Stone” with Charlie Owen on slide guitar with fellow Beasts of Bourbon Spencer P Jones, Andrew Duffield on keyboards and Des Hefner on drums.
Great songs live forever. Whether you write ‘em, sing ‘em, or just love the stories they tell and the way they make you feel, make no mistake — the great ones will survive the blessed lot of us.
Maurice Frawley left scores behind when he departed this world, after a short fight with cancer, in May 2009. To some folks — Paul Kelly, Charlie Owen, Tex Perkins, Tim Rogers, Mick Thomas and Don Walker for instance — plenty were already classics.
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