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ROD CLEMENTS

Subtitled ‘Revisiting songs from the Lindisfarne Years 1968-2002’, RENDEZVOUS CAFÉ is where all the songs written by this founding member of folk rock band Lindisfarne over the decades - hits, album highlights and stage favourites like Meet Me On The Corner, Road To Kingdom Come, Train in G Major, Can't Do Right For
Doing Wrong
and many more - finally meet in one place...sung by their writer for the first time on record.

It is at Rod Clements' solo concerts that audiences get to hear his fabulous songs free of the rearrangements, revisions and reinterpretations that inevitably evolve during the studio production process.

Now, in response to requests from those audiences, Rod records those songs as they were originally conceived: stripped back to the accompaniment of a guitar (and sometimes a double bass).

In RENDEZVOUS CAFÉ, his musicianship and mastery of the songwriting art combine to provide listeners with 26 beautifully crafted songs, together here - all in one place - for the very first time.

ROD CLEMENTS

Rendezvous Cafe


File: Folk rock
Label: Market Square/Batsville
Form: 2CD jewel case with 0-wrap
Cat: BATCD03
Barc: 0 633926 054606
 


Track Listing:

DISC ONE
1. ROAD TO KINGDOM COME
2. TRAIN IN G MAJOR
3. MEET ME ON THE
4. DON’T ASK ME
5. WHY CAN’T I BE SATISFIED
6. PLAIN DEALING
7. SUNDERLAND
8. SUNDOWN
9. ANY WAY THE WIND
10. ROLL ON THAT DAY
11. OLD PECULIER
12. REFUGEES
13. COMING HOME TO YOU

DISC TWO
1. WORKING MY WAY BACK HOME
2. GHOST IN BLUE SUEDE SHOES
3. JUBILEE CORNER
4. CAN’T DO RIGHT FOR DOING
WRONG
5. ONE DAY
6. UNMARKED CAR
7. THIS GUITAR NEVER LIES
8. WHEN JONES GETS BACK TO TOWN
9. CANDLELIGHT
10. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
11. THIS TOO WILL PASS
12. FREEDOM SQUARE
13. REMEMBER TOMORROW


• Founder member of cult
folk rock act Lindisfarne

• 26-tracks on 2 discs

• Also by artist:

Rod Clements

‘Stamping Ground’
(MSMCD107)

Rod Clements

‘Odd Man Out’
(MSMCD143)

Rod Clements

‘One Track Mind’
(BATCD02)
 

CD Album £15.00 plus postage

Price plus postage

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