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THE SAVAGE ART OF LOVE

ALBUM 1986

The Savage Art maybe over produced, and of its time, never the less contains some good songs recorded at Shepperton Studios.
The team of Jimmy Hall and Jan Schelhaas add their class and feel.
The album features Maria and the Writer, which has finally been re-Recorded as it was written for the new collection London Clay.
The savage art of love is Lee Fardon’s third album, maybe full-blown and a bit over polished, never the less a true Fardon offering. Take away the 1980’s Production style; the mass ranks of chanting females; And the brass unit; and you are left with some great Songs. The strident self assured ‘Anger and the Rest’, The wonderfully haunting ‘Magical Dance’ full of voodoo and mysticism. Guitarist Jimmy Hall, who always understands Lee’s intentions, is right at the heart of things. All in all the ‘Savage Art ‘is a well considered solid piece of work.
Peter Mountain Music World
Anger and the Rest
She gave him wild eyes he wanted wild love
She fed him some lies to hoist him above
She lay on her side he worked on her land
He blistered his mouth when he made his first stand.
It was the best shot he had he claimed the victory
It was the best shot he had through the anger and the rest.
The message was passed from tower to tower
From his heights of belief to where he woke on the hour
The visions began the music began and he
prayed to the saints of all sleepless men.
It was the best shot he had he claimed the victory
Best shot he had through the anger and the rest.
In thirty six rooms in thirty six dim lit ways
In a Hull hotel where the magic circle meet sometimes.
It was the best shot he had - - -
He wasn’t surprised he woke on the floor
the bed was a ruin the maid at the door the water was run
The time it was set the glass was replaced and the room was re-let.
It was the best shot- - -
In thirty six rooms in thirty six dim lit ways in a
Hull hotel where the magic circle meet sometimes.
I wait when will it all come back again?
I get recall but I don’t get the feeling.
Thirty six rooms.
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