I Write The Songs #120 Luke Yates

by | Jun 13, 2017

I Write The Songs #120 Luke Yates music artist or lover and singer and songwriter of the week. Luke is a pianist, guitarist and vocalist with a passion for all things musical. When he’s not travelling on musical adventures around the world, he resides in the Lake District, UK. Influences include: Sigur Ros, Laura Marling, Sufjan Stevens, Nick Drake, Jack Johnson, The Civil Wars, Cahalen and Eli and Ed Sheeran.

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This show was first aired on Canalside Community Radio 102.8FM on the 13th of June. It will soon be available as a Mixcloud podcast.

Lyric of the week

It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day, it’s a new life for me, and 

by Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse

I Write The Songs #120 Luke Yates – part 1

  1. The Corrs, Runaway , Andrea Corr
  2. Luke Yates, Samson – Feat. Hannah Blake (Bonus Track), 03:42, Acoustic Cover Collection vol. 1
  3. Elfin Bow, The Wisdom, 3:06, Fatea Showcase Session Spring 17 Thawing
  4. Cat Stevens, Morning has broken, 3.17, 1972
  5. Tcha Limberger’s Budapest Gypsy Orchestra, Fekete Éjszaka Borulj a Világra, 3:45, Songlines Music Awards 2016, 02:31, Hungary, instrumental tchalimberger.com,
  6. Lily & Madeleine, In The Middle, 2:41, The Weight of the, Globe 2013

I Write The Songs #120 Luke Yates – part 2

  1. Bruce Springsteen, Streets of Philadelphia, 3.14, 1992
  2. Oh Susanna, Wolf Boy, 3.36, A Girl In Teen City, Canada
  3. Luke Yates, Heart Over Head, 3.07, YouTube video,  Luke Yates, This Love, 03:09
  4. Laura Marling, Love be brave, 3.03, once I was an eagle, 2013
  5. Joe Martin, Denver, Small World, Bandcamp releases a recommendation of to Luke Yakes
  6. Luke Yates, Handbags and Gladrags 03:33 Mike d’Abo famously covered by Chris Farlowe, Rod Stewart, Chase, Stereophonics and a host of other artists and now Luke Yates, Acoustic Cover Collections (Vol. 1)

I Write The Songs #120 Luke Yates – part 3

  1. Maroon 5, Sunday morning, 4.01, 2004, Jesse Carmichael and Adam Levine
  2. Khadja Nin, Sambolera, 4.28, 1996, Burundi, Swahili
  3. Frankilove, Shoes, 3.45, Otias https://frankilove.bandcamp.com/album/franki-love-otias @FrankiLoveMusi
  4. Lily Allen – Everybody’s changing (Keane), 2.39, Tim Rice-Oxley, Tom Chaplin, Richard Hughes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iL5MrXqWT1I
  5. Luke Yates, Feeling Good 02:53, Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse, England, famously beautified by Nina Simone, Acoustic Cover Collections (Vol. 1)
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