unmistakable Freedy spot on-ness
That’s going on the album
Freedy has done this sort of album so often it feels like effortless, and that is a sort of grace that only time can give you. Low key, sweet, beautifully played with a full band it is just another Freedy album. What more do you want?
As attentive readers know, the theme of this piece is great songs by different artists that share the same title. In the first article on this subject, we learned to “Walk Like a Man” with The Four Season and Bruce Springsteen (but forgot Grand Funk), we observed “Love Is All Around” from the Troggs and Joan Jett, and we were infatuated with “Starry Eyes” by The Records and Roky Erickson.