Lady's Bridge by Richard Hawley

Lady's Bridge was the fourth album by old romantic Richard Hawley and the first to feature him sprawling on a chair in silver trousers on the cover. It is another tender and moving record from the songwriter and contains Tonight the Streets are Ours one of his best and most well known anthems. For the uninitiated, think about a Sheffield Roy Orbison crooning songs in smoky South Yorkshire pubs and you'll be somewhere in the ball park. Classic sounding stuff as always. 

Limited Vinyl LP £21.99 SETLP171C

Limited edition green coloured vinyl reissue LP on Setanta.

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CD £13.49 LCDSTUMM 278

CD on Mute.

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Lady's Bridge by Richard Hawley
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8/10 Phil 17 August 2007
Richard Hawley the Sheffield crooner is here with his new album Lady's Bridge on mute. Lie back, Kick back and get transported through to a time of buttered scones and kindly smiles. (think Nick Berry from Heart beat). With a voice like velvet and the backing of a full orchestra we are treated to a bevy of cultured tunes that would get your granny dancing and your parents smooching. Its got the Walker Brothers stamp all over it . Rather than breaking boundaries, its more re-visiting them and doing a bit of regeneration, building a fountain where the cracked deliberated chimney once stood.. a few flowers here and there. An all round family pleaser... a PG rated beechams soother. Comes with bonus 30 DVD.
9/10 Loukas Customer rating (no review), 15th April 2016


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