Japanese Tears

That was Zen…

…this is Meow

PussyFoots interpretation and admiration of Feline Filosophy

Japanese Tears album 1980

All songs written by Denny Laine, except where noted.

  1. “Japanese Tears”
  2. “Danger Zone”
  3. “Clock on the Wall”
  4. “Send Me the Heart” (Denny Laine, Paul McCartney)
  5. Go Now” (Larry Banks, Milton Bennett)
  6. “Same Mistakes”
  7. “Silver”
  8. “Say You Don’t Mind”
  9. “Somebody Ought to Know the Way”
  10. “Lovers Light”
  11. “Guess I’m Only Fooling”
  12. “Nothing to Go By”
  13. “I Would Only Smile”
  14. “Weep for Love

 

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Again and Again and Again

Well things were fine all the summer long
Then things changed, so where did we go wrong?
We can run but we cannot hide
In the greener grass on the other side.
Taking it all into consideration,
Love’s a game I never win.
I’ve been in very similar situations,
Again and again and again.

Paul McCartney & Wings – Again and Again and Again

released in the spring of 1979 on Wings’ seventh and final studio album, Back To The Egg.  It was written by and sung by one of the Wings… Denny Laine.

PussyFoot saw Paul on the other side

 

The Rabbits…

…the arrival, ‘they came by water’ oil painting by Australian artist Shaun Tan

the rabbits came many grandparents ago…

 

The Rabbits – a picture book by John Marsden illustrated by Shaun Tan

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Part 2

 

Garden Party… let me take you down

…cause I’m going to

Strawberry Fields

nothing is real, and nothing to get hung about

living is easy with eyes closed

misunderstanding all you see

 

 

Cold Feet

Liam Finn

your glowing face…

…like a stolen beam of the sun

From Liam Finn’s 2011 album, FOMO. Buy now on iTunes! http://bit.ly/zKkAGd While recording his sophomore album FOMO at his beach cottage in New Zealand in late 2010, Liam Finn found himself alone, missing friends, family and parties. His reliance on popular social networking sites and text messages to connect with loved ones inspired the tone and title of the record: the actions we take for Fear Of Missing Out. Seeking to record songs that would instantly grab the listener, Finn and co-producer Burke Reid looked for sonic triggers that wouldn’t just set a spark, but create an expansive listening experience that demonstrates a manic, off-the-cuff exuberance. Album standouts such as “Neurotic World,” “Cold Feet,” “The Struggle” and “Jump Your Bones” marry ’60s melodics with spiraling keyboards and distorted guitars and vocals.