Alain Whyte YT: "Sunny" - Safe At Home Sessions (May 18, 2020)


"This tune is another co-write with Morrissey.
Original version was released in '95 as a single.
Pretty bare-bones recording of it here on my Gibson J-200 for the Safe-At-Home sessions.
Tough one to sing and play at the same time."




Regards,
FWD.
 

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Ben Budd

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Yes, closed getting on for 10 years ago - now that Whitechapel has become a suburb of Bangladesh. Nice people - you can get a good curry in Brick Lane. But sad that an entire culture has just been wiped off the map. Ethnic cleansing.
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Hovis Lesley

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Yes, closed getting on for 10 years ago - now that Whitechapel has become a suburb of Bangladesh. Nice people - you can get a good curry in Brick Lane. But sad that an entire culture has just been wiped off the map. Ethnic cleansing.
The Blind Beggar is still open, isn’t it? That place must be an oasis of sanity and virtue round there, now.
 

Hovis Lesley

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Apart from the barmaid's lack of knowledge, was it a decent boozer?
It was startling that it didn’t look anything like you’d expect: it was was done out in a 70s light teak style as I recall. And the beer was disappointing. It was a lager drinkers’ pub. The nearby Blind Beggar is (was?) beautiful though.
 
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Anonymous

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It was startling that it didn’t look anything like you’d expect: it was was done out in a 70s light teak style as I recall. And the beer was disappointing. It was a lager drinkers’ pub. The nearby Blind Beggar is (was?) beautiful though.
Interesting...the Sunny cover had me wanting to have a few beers in it if I was ever visiting that area of London but a pity it's no longer open. Blind Beggar with all it's history sounds worth a visit after lockdown.
 

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