Greg the pride you have in that song is very evident, and rightly so. Hue And Cry have created an awesome track in The Last Stop. The Horn horn section is top notch. Well done on the track I look forward to buying the single release.
Another belter Greg. Typical cynical Scot, I'm waiting to be disappointed by something!
I've just been thinking (dangerous thing to do, I know) but I know the months (or should that be years) you guys have worked on this, and you must just be wanting it all to push out and allow everyone to enjoy it. But I have to really give you guys the praise you deserve in the way these wee teasers are coming out each week. I can't say I've ever visited a bands website as often as I visit this. Mainly because every time I do log on I find some other wee gem. I know everyone's going on about how good the music is (which I totally agree with) but the work behind the videos/labs/website etc etc. All fantastic. (Could I be any further up your bums at this moment in time?)
Hello you brothers! I really must say, after listening (a lot).. to "The last stop" , that this all about bringing music to another level. You give an insight about how you get the pieces together, inspirations and creativity, all shared in an informational format never seen before. I have been a great fan of some of the work you have been putting together over the years, but I must say I find it vital that it now seems you both have managed hit some of the nerve that surely inspired you to even start writing music in the first place. Its a "goood" feel all over this song.To me as a listener, a thing you`ve been missing for years. Me and a friend are joining musical brotherhood for the concert in Glasgow sept 13th. Cant wait to grab a beer and a sig and dive in to the open soul o fHueand Cry!!!
Really enjoyed this (and all of the other pieces), and have to say that your online background concept puts a completely new dimension into the art of putting a song together. For me, it's fascinating discovering how you and your collaborators develop an idea, allow it to evolve, creating components along the way, and eventually producing a polished and finished item. The only other time I've watched this process in action was a documentary about the making of Dark Side of the Moon (oh yes, and The Undertones' My Perfect Cousin years and years ago). Not sure if this was your intention, but I'm itching to look around for all of your older stuff again, and also some of the jazz work you've been doing. Pat's voice still sounds great.