Steve Adey

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    I See A Darkness - Steve Adey

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    Musician Steve Adey recorded this Will Oldham cover on his 2006 LP, All Things Real.

    steveadey.com

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    Steve Adey - Laughing - Animation

    3:42

    Steve Adey - 'Laughing'
    Animation by Oana Nechifor

    Laughing is taken from 'The Tower of Silence',
    released via Grand Harmonium on November 26th 2012

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    Shelter From The Storm - Steve Adey

    7:58

    All things real is the debut album by Edinburgh based singer, songwriter Steve Adey. Ten songs, 40 minutes. The album comprises eight original compositions plus two covers. Originally recorded with an orchestra (including members of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra) and choral ensemble, but was shelved in preference for a more linear sounding album.....It was bordering on the technical - I wanted to avoid an intelligent, unapproachable sound so I re-recorded with friends in an intimate setting. Bob Dylan's 'Shelter from the storm' is at first unrecognisable - a slow piano-vocal led ballad that builds to a cacophony. The song is currently receiving airplay in the US. There will be a UK radio edit (available for promo use only) available early April. Steve also takes on the Bonnie Prince Billy song - 'I see a darkness'. ....One of the greatest songs ...The lyrics are totally nailed. I love the humanity and the honesty the lyrics evoke. I think we all feel these things, but getting people to talk and write about this so succinctly is scarce. The single 'Find the way' was recorded in a disused church.I recorded the piano and vocal in a church using an old grand piano. It was the only song that made it from the first sessions. The final verse (are you finding it hard?) was superimposed from a later version. A visualization of the song will be available on the forthcoming CD single from April. steveadey.com

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    Steve Adey Find The Way

    4:32

    Taken from the Grand Harmonium release 'All Things Real'.
    Video directed by Richard Boa and Steve Adey.

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    Steve Adey - The Tower of Silence - Official Album Trailer

    1:04

    Steve Adey -
    'The Tower of Silence' - Official album trailer LP/CD/DD (26.11.12)

    Pre-order on Amazon

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    Steve Adey Mississippi

    4:54

    Taken from the Grand Harmonium release 'All Things Real'.
    Video directed by Imogen Eveson with Steve Adey.

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    Steve Adey - Laughing // Live Session

    3:51

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    STEVE ADEY SECRET PLACE TOWER OF SILENCE LIVE SESSION

    4:37

    The Tower of Silence Live Session
    Captured live at Buccleuch Church, Edinburgh

    PIANO, VOX Steve Adey
    DRUMS, VOX Helena MacGilp

    FILM Tripp Studios
    DIRECTOR Shaun Glower
    SOUND ENGINEER Engine Builder

    THANKS Stills Gallery, Edinburgh
    Doug MacDonald, everyone at Buccleuch Free Church

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    Mary Margaret O Hara - Steve Adey

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    Musician Steve Adey recorded this song entitled Mary Margaret O'Hara on his 2006 LP, All Things Real.
    steveadey.com

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    Steve Adey - The Tower of Silence - Album Trailer

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    Album trailer for the upcoming Steve Adey album 'The Tower of Silence'
    Release dates TBC - thetowerofsilence.com

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    Steve Adey Find The Way live version

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    Steve Adey: Piano & vocal
    From Greenside Church, Edinburgh

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    Steve Adey Tonight live version

    2:22

    Steve Adey: Piano, Vocal
    From Greenside Church, Edinburgh

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    Steve Adey and Helena MacGilp

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    Steve Adey and Helena MacGilp discuss recording and track vocals at Steve's home studio in Edinburgh. These sessions were filmed in 2009 by Todd Wylie and Steve.

    steveadey.com

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    Evening Of The Day - Steve Adey

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    All things real is the debut album by Edinburgh based singer, songwriter Steve Adey.

    Ten songs, 40 minutes. The album comprises eight original compositions plus two covers.

    Originally recorded with an orchestra (including members of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra) and choral ensemble, but was shelved in preference for a more linear sounding album.....It was bordering on the technical - I wanted to avoid an intelligent, unapproachable sound so I re-recorded with friends in an intimate setting.

    Bob Dylan's 'Shelter from the storm' is at first unrecognisable - a slow piano-vocal led ballad that builds to a cacophony. The song is currently receiving airplay in the US. There will be a UK radio edit (available for promo use only) available early April.

    Steve also takes on the Bonnie Prince Billy song - 'I see a darkness'.
    ....One of the greatest songs ...The lyrics are totally nailed. I love the humanity and the honesty the lyrics evoke. I think we all feel these things, but getting people to talk and write about this so succinctly is scarce.

    The single 'Find the way' was recorded in a disused church.I recorded the piano and vocal in a church using an old grand piano. It was the only song that made it from the first sessions. The final verse (are you finding it hard?) was superimposed from a later version.
    A visualization of the song will be available on the forthcoming CD single from April.

    steveadey.com

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    Steve Adey - The Tower of Silence - Album Trailer

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    Album trailer for the upcoming Steve Adey album 'The Tower of Silence'

    Initially available as a limited edition LP bundle direct from steveadey.com, shipping from September 17. You can pre-order starting today. The bundle includes: 180mgs 12 black vinyl, limited addition CD with slip case, on spot-gloss cover art in deluxe packaging, and t-shirt (small, medium or large).
    Grand Harmonium will release 'The Tower of Silence' on all formats from November 12. Stay tuned in for presale details coming very soon. thetowerofsilence.com

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    Steve Adey - Mississippi

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    Steve Adey - Just Wait Till I Get You Home - Teaser

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    Full Video available soon at thetowerofsilence.com
    Just Wait Till I Get You Home is taken from the forthcoming LP/CD/DD 'The Tower of Silence'

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    Mississippi - Steve Adey

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    All things real is the debut album by Edinburgh based singer, songwriter Steve Adey. Ten songs, 40 minutes. The album comprises eight original compositions plus two covers. Originally recorded with an orchestra (including members of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra) and choral ensemble, but was shelved in preference for a more linear sounding album.....It was bordering on the technical - I wanted to avoid an intelligent, unapproachable sound so I re-recorded with friends in an intimate setting. Bob Dylan's 'Shelter from the storm' is at first unrecognisable - a slow piano-vocal led ballad that builds to a cacophony. The song is currently receiving airplay in the US. There will be a UK radio edit (available for promo use only) available early April. Steve also takes on the Bonnie Prince Billy song - 'I see a darkness'. ....One of the greatest songs ...The lyrics are totally nailed. I love the humanity and the honesty the lyrics evoke. I think we all feel these things, but getting people to talk and write about this so succinctly is scarce. The single 'Find the way' was recorded in a disused church.I recorded the piano and vocal in a church using an old grand piano. It was the only song that made it from the first sessions. The final verse (are you finding it hard?) was superimposed from a later version. A visualization of the song will be available on the forthcoming CD single from April. steveadey.com

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    Mississippi - Steve Adey

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    All things real is the debut album by Edinburgh based singer, songwriter Steve Adey. Ten songs, 40 minutes. The album comprises eight original compositions plus two covers. Originally recorded with an orchestra (including members of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra) and choral ensemble, but was shelved in preference for a more linear sounding album.....It was bordering on the technical - I wanted to avoid an intelligent, unapproachable sound so I re-recorded with friends in an intimate setting. Bob Dylan's 'Shelter from the storm' is at first unrecognisable - a slow piano-vocal led ballad that builds to a cacophony. The song is currently receiving airplay in the US. There will be a UK radio edit (available for promo use only) available early April. Steve also takes on the Bonnie Prince Billy song - 'I see a darkness'. ....One of the greatest songs ...The lyrics are totally nailed. I love the humanity and the honesty the lyrics evoke. I think we all feel these things, but getting people to talk and write about this so succinctly is scarce. The single 'Find the way' was recorded in a disused church.I recorded the piano and vocal in a church using an old grand piano. It was the only song that made it from the first sessions. The final verse (are you finding it hard?) was superimposed from a later version. A visualization of the song will be available on the forthcoming CD single from April. steveadey.com

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    Steve Adey The Tower of Silence Vinyl Demo

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    John Carrol from Loud and Clear, Edinburgh, demonstrates the heavyweight LP release The Tower of Silence by Steve Adey.

    Film: Tripp Studios
    Camera: Shaun Glowa
    Camera Assistant: Don Farking
    Sound: Engine Builder

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    STEVE ADEY @ GREEN MAN FESTIVAL 07

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    Excerpts from Steve Adey's full band performance at the Green Man Festival, August 17th, 2007.

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    Steve Adey - Mixing The Tower of Silence - Album Trailer

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    Album trailer for the upcoming Steve Adey album 'The Tower of Silence'
    Release dates TBC - thetowerofsilence.com

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    Steve Adey Find The Way

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    This video was directed by Richard Boa and Steve Adey. Shot on Super8 and later edited digitally.
    The song 'Find The Way'is taken from Steve Adey's debut LP 'All Things Real' released through Grand Harmonium Records.

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    stevadelaugh

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    Steve Winwoods HIGHER LOVE covered by Adey - Oracle88.com

    7:07

    The first release in the video series Under the Covers with Adey, Steve Winwood's Higher Love~
    xoxoxoo

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    Bonnie Prince Billy I See a Darkness

    4:51

    I See a Darkness is the name of an album by Bonnie 'Prince' Billy. It is Will Oldham's sixth album, and the first on which he used his Bonnie 'Prince' Billy moniker. The album was released in 1999 on Palace Records.
    The album also features Bob Arellano, Colin Gagon, Paul Oldham, and Peter Townsend. Johnny Cash would later record the title track on his album American III: Solitary Man (2000). Oldham provided background vocals for Cash's version. Steve Adey also covered the title track on his 2006 LP All Things Real.

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    Aspects From The Tower of Silence Teaser

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    Teaser from Shaun Glowa's film re the making of Steve Adey's LP The Tower of Silence.

    Download the full video at thetowerofsilence.com

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    The Making of Just Wait Till I Get You Home

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    The Making of 'Just Wait Till I Get You Home'
    Music video by Joachim Vesely and Steve Adey
    Making of Directed by Engine Builder

    THANK YOU:
    ECA
    Stills Gallery, Edinburgh
    Sony Vegas

    Watch the full video at
    thetowerofsilence.com

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    I see a darkness

    4:39

    Darkness a Willy Oldham, Bonnie 'prince'Billy, Johny Cash, Steve Adey cover
    by KoiN.

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    Tez Cadey - Seve

    3:31

    Pre order Walls - EP and receive instantly Seve + Keep On Waiting:


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    Future Perfect Tense - Sweet Billy Pilgrim

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    The music of Sweet Billy Pilgrim is first and foremost, staggeringly beautiful. But it's a shy beauty a lingering ambience and a distant clicking in the night, church windows built from littered glass, love songs that look to the day when even the children are forgotten. Strangers tell you their heartbreaks. Fountain's toss back their coins. And just when you start to feel skeptical, in shambles singer Tim Elsenburg shaggy and dour, wringing joy from his melodies with a bashful croak and a glorious croon. Sweet Billy Pilgrim are exemplars of English atmospheric art-pop, and it's natural that they would release their second album, Twice Born Men, on David Sylvian's Samadhisound label. Even compared to a Radiohead or an Elbow, Sweet Billy Pilgrim achieve a sublime balance between their hooks and their moods, their ambitions and their humility. They also have a sense of humour. Elsenburg is still smacking himself for telling an interviewer that Twice Born Men, is a love album but not in a Barry White way. It's a fair description. Twice Born Men, is a kind of concept album, in the loosest sense, says Elsenburg. It starts at the end of the heart's little journey and then works its way back to the beginning, which is actually the end anyway. In the years since their 2005 debut, We Just Did What Happened And No One Came, they've remixed Sylvian, Steve Jansen, and Steve Adey, toured to international acclaim, including a celebrated appearance at the Punkt Festival and currently working with fellow British artist Adem on a commission for the BBC. The trio of Elsenburg, Anthony Bishop (bass, banjo), and Alistair Hamer (drums) strikes a balance between the loops and textures wrung from laptops, and the sharp tones of a banjo'. sweetbillypilgrim.com

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    Joy Maker Machinery - Sweet Billy Pilgrim

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    The music of Sweet Billy Pilgrim is first and foremost, staggeringly beautiful. But it's a shy beauty a lingering ambience and a distant clicking in the night, church windows built from littered glass, love songs that look to the day when even the children are forgotten. Strangers tell you their heartbreaks. Fountain's toss back their coins. And just when you start to feel skeptical, in shambles singer Tim Elsenburg shaggy and dour, wringing joy from his melodies with a bashful croak and a glorious croon. Sweet Billy Pilgrim are exemplars of English atmospheric art-pop, and it's natural that they would release their second album, Twice Born Men, on David Sylvian's Samadhisound label. Even compared to a Radiohead or an Elbow, Sweet Billy Pilgrim achieve a sublime balance between their hooks and their moods, their ambitions and their humility. They also have a sense of humour. Elsenburg is still smacking himself for telling an interviewer that Twice Born Men, is a love album but not in a Barry White way. It's a fair description. Twice Born Men, is a kind of concept album, in the loosest sense, says Elsenburg. It starts at the end of the heart's little journey and then works its way back to the beginning, which is actually the end anyway. In the years since their 2005 debut, We Just Did What Happened And No One Came, they've remixed Sylvian, Steve Jansen, and Steve Adey, toured to international acclaim, including a celebrated appearance at the Punkt Festival and currently working with fellow British artist Adem on a commission for the BBC. The trio of Elsenburg, Anthony Bishop (bass, banjo), and Alistair Hamer (drums) strikes a balance between the loops and textures wrung from laptops, and the sharp tones of a banjo'. sweetbillypilgrim.com

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    DJ ADEY: Steve appleton dirty funk DnB remix

    3:07

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    There Will It End - Sweet Billy Pilgrim

    4:40

    'The music of Sweet Billy Pilgrim is first and foremost, staggeringly beautiful. But it's a shy beauty a lingering ambience and a distant clicking in the night, church windows built from littered glass, love songs that look to the day when even the children are forgotten. Strangers tell you their heartbreaks. Fountain's toss back their coins. And just when you start to feel skeptical, in shambles singer Tim Elsenburg shaggy and dour, wringing joy from his melodies with a bashful croak and a glorious croon.

    Sweet Billy Pilgrim are exemplars of English atmospheric art-pop, and it's natural that they would release their second album, Twice Born Men, on David Sylvian's Samadhisound label. Even compared to a Radiohead or an Elbow, Sweet Billy Pilgrim achieve a sublime balance between their hooks and their moods, their ambitions and their humility.

    They also have a sense of humour. Elsenburg is still smacking himself for telling an interviewer that Twice Born Men, is a love album but not in a Barry White way. It's a fair description. Twice Born Men, is a kind of concept album, in the loosest sense, says Elsenburg. It starts at the end of the heart's little journey and then works its way back to the beginning, which is actually the end anyway.

    In the years since their 2005 debut, We Just Did What Happened And No One Came, they've remixed Sylvian, Steve Jansen, and Steve Adey, toured to international acclaim, including a celebrated appearance at the Punkt Festival and currently working with fellow British artist Adem on a commission for the BBC. The trio of Elsenburg, Anthony Bishop (bass, banjo), and Alistair Hamer (drums) strikes a balance between the loops and textures wrung from laptops, and the sharp tones of a banjo'.

    sweetbillypilgrim.com

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    Tez Cadey - Seve Shuffle Dance Cover

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    Yellow Claw - Till It Hurts ft. Ayden Official Music Video

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    Yellow Claw presents Till It Hurts ft. Ayden.

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    KT Bush Band Live at the Half Moon, Putney - WOW Fan Video

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    Fan Video with audio captured live through the sound desk and re-mixed by Robert Gerrard.
    for more information.

    Vocals : Jodie May
    Guitar : Brian Bath
    Drums : Vic King
    Keyboards : Robert L Gerrard
    Bass : Steve Bevan
    Live Sound : Adey Osborne (Black Cat Audio)
    Video Capture : David Penman
    Music : Wow, Kate Bush

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    Lifeline Jezebel

    4:26

    Lifeline are

    Nigel Bailey - Vocals
    Lee Small - Vocals
    Paul Hume - Guitars/Backing Vocals
    Steve Clarkson - Drums/Backing Vocals
    Andy Bailey - Keyboards/Backing Vocals

    Jezebel from the new album Scream

    out on Escape Music 23rd October 2015 .

    Recorded mixed mastered at Summerbank Studios ,Tunstall, stoke on trent ,staffs,


    Produced by Nigel Bailey ,Paul Hume ,Khalil Turk

    We owe a great Gratitude to all the fans who have supported us
    and all the fantastic people for starring in the video :-
    Phil Ashcroft
    Sue Ashcroft
    Andy Bailey
    George Bailey
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    Steve Clarkson
    Dave Cotterill
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    Chris Nelson
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    Chris Ousey
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    We owe you all big time THANKYOU

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    Shelter From The Storm - Bob Dylan Cover - Barry Gonen

    5:28

    Shelter from the Storm is a song by Bob Dylan, released on his 15th studio album Blood on the Tracks in 1975. The song also appears on two live albums by Bob Dylan—Hard Rain in 1976 and At Budokan in 1978. Along with Tangled Up in Blue, it was one of two songs from Blood on the Tracks to be re-released on the compilation The Essential Bob Dylan.
    The song has been covered by Manfred Mann's Earth Band, released on their 1996 studio album Soft Vengeance. Jimmy Lafave recorded the song on his 1992 live record Austin Skyline. The song has also been covered by jazz singer Cassandra Wilson on Belly of the Sun.
    Soul Flower Union as 嵐からの隠れ家 (Arashi kara no Kakurega) covered the song on their 2002 studio album Love ± Zero.
    In 2006, English singer-songwriter Steve Adey reinterpreted the song, slowing it down to a funeral pace. Adey's version made The Times top songs of 2006.
    An alternate version of the song is featured in the original soundtrack Jerry Maguire (1996). Further appearances are in the Alias episode Trust Me, the Criminal Minds episode The Instincts, the FlashForward episode Believe, and the movies Warm Bodies and St. Vincent. The Criminal Minds episode also includes several notations about Dylan, and the quote I think the truly natural things are dreams, which nature can't touch with decay is read by the fictional character Spencer Reid (played by Matthew Gray Gubler). The song also appeared in the Numb3rs second season finale, Hot Shot.

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    Zero Biro - Closed Circuit Television

    2:39

    A Owen - Guitars and Vox, George Christie - Bass, Tony Kiley - Drums

    Song and video: A Owen
    Recorded Tin Pan Alley Studios by Steve Kent January 2011

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    WHO HUNG THE MONKEY WITH ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL.avi

    4:37

    RECORDED AT ABBOTS LANGLEY WORKING MENS CLUB 20-10-2012 A REALLY ENJOYABLE EVENING WITH THIS GROUP WE HAVE PAUL ON LEAD GUITAR AND VOCALS MARK ON BASS GUITAR AND HARMONY STEVE ON DRUMS AND THE UNMISTAKEABLE VOICE OF ADEY GIBBS

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    Daybreak

    6:29

    The beautiful and talented Adey debuts her first album Rogue with Sacred Mysteries. This is the first song on the album titled Daybreak. This is also a scene from the visionary film, The Last Avatar. thelastavatarmovie.com Adey is the female lead in the film as well as composer for the soundtrack.Purchase or download the cd at sacredmysteries.com

    For more videos from Adey, please visit her Channel at

    Rogue by Adey is one of the most spiritually and physically uplifting new albums in many a year. Adey is not only a gifted songwriter who's lyrics and music paint pictures of lightness and dark, leading us into soaring above the clouds and spelunking the dark depths of the soul; but she is also a gifted singer and performer. Adey has captured the zeitgeist and is reflecting it back like a mirror for all of us to see. Rogue by Adey is hopeful, desperate, exalting and numinous and much more.

    For more information about Adey go to oracle88.com

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    Song for the Great Mother by Adey star of and composer for The Last Avatar

    3:38

    Wonderful acapella rendition of this beautiful song recorded in the Zen Center Dome, Crestone, CO. The dome was designed by Sacred Geometer Keith Critchlow. Adey brings her scintillating, expressive grace to the loftiness of the dome,

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    James Taylor - Steamroller Blues

    4:09

    Fine performance of James Taylor's 'Steamroller Blues' by Mad Mick and Steve (Snowy) in front of a live audience at the 36&Indigo open mic, in the Double Top pub in Chilwell, Nottingham, on 26 April 2011.
    The 36&Indigo is a lively performers' club which takes place every last Tuesday of the month, thanks to our generous hosts, Val and Adey. The MC and pa mechanic is Al Windsor, and it is also he whom you can blame for the wobbly videos ...
    Cheers,
    Al Windsor

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    Patti Griffins FORGIVENESS covered by Adey - Oracle88.com

    7:35

    The second edition of Under the Covers with Adey, a brand new video series of her favorite songs

    Here is Patti Griffin's
    ~FORGIVENESS~

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