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I Dont Owe You Anything - The Smiths - The Old Guard BBC Tapes Volume Two (Vinyl, LP)


2015
Label: Alti Philosophi - none • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Reissue, Unofficial Release Brown Marbled Translucent • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock
I Dont Owe You Anything - The Smiths - The Old Guard BBC Tapes Volume Two (Vinyl, LP)

LP volume 1: £; LP volume 2: £ - 2 US import LPs of The Smiths' BBC recordings. Volume 1 features early recordings that show just why they became what they did. Volume 2 features alternate.

session. Sandie's version is exceptional and it's a crime that it's pretty hard to track down on CD nowadays. I'd also recommend people try and get the Saturday Live BBC session, it's fairly common on bootleg, because the unplugged "I Don't Owe You Anything.

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The theme may owe something to the old bawdy jazz standard You’ve Got The Right Key But The Wrong Keyhole, as recorded by George Melly in with Mick Mulligan’s JazzBand. It’s a pastiche, I suppose, much in the same way that Long Black Veil is a pastiche of Appalachian murder ballads. There are words that a modern composer will pepper.

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2 thoughts on “I Dont Owe You Anything - The Smiths - The Old Guard BBC Tapes Volume Two (Vinyl, LP)”

  1. My InterpretationWell I seem to have taken something rather different out of this song so I'll try and analyze it. The song begins with the narrator getting drunk and making a move (probably not the first time) on a girl. After the move is made the girl replies "Oh, I don't want to go out tonight" but the narrator knows she is just letting him down gently as he knows she always goes out ('But 5/5(1).

  2. I don't owe you anything, no. But you owe me something. Repay me now. Too freely on your lips. Words prematurely sad. Oh, but I know what will make you smile tonight. Life is never kind. Life is never kind. Oh, but I know what will make you smile tonight.

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