This August will mark the limited release of Simone Felice – Live From A Lonely Place. Recorded at home (in the barn) just a few weeks after his heart surgery, this retrospective collection includes songs from the earliest Felice Brother days, Duke & King favorites, and the traditional Celtic waltz ‘Wild Mountain Thyme’ arranged by Simone. Naked as the day you were born, these stark recordings cut to the bone, revealing the essential brilliance of the songwriting, the poetry, like a ghost in the attic, like a wind at the door.
Tracklisting: If You Ever Get Famous, Don’t Wake The Scarecrow, Union Street, O’Gloria, The Morning I Get To Hell, Mercy, Your Belly In My Arms, Summer Morning Rain, All When We Were Young, The Devil Is Real, One More American Song, Wild Mountain Thyme
Available exclusively at simonefelice.com as well as all live SF appearances beginning August 7 in New York City through this Summer’s UK solo tour and beyond…
Pre-Order online here, and have your CD shipped by August 1st!
The news of this release took me back to 2007 when we started playing The Felice Brothers. This impromptu gig at the Cornbury Festival stands out: