9 thoughts on “ Matthew Fisher - Cant You Feel My Love (Vinyl) ”
Baby can't you feel my love Baby can't you feel my love Baby can't you feel my love Reaching out to you I can't get you off my mind I think of you all the time Over and over and over again But I know you don't care You just pretend that I'm not there I've done everything I can And I still can't understand Baby can't you feel my love Baby can't.
Feb 09, · His voice has a unique ethereal soulful quality and the Best falsetto I've ever heard Anywhere! There are some great tunes as well -- standouts are "Running From Your Love," "Baby Can't You Feel My Love," and "Why Can't You Lie to Me" -- this last sporting a very creative brief quotation from Bach's "Minuet in G."4/5(19).
Chances are you're interested in Matthew Fisher because you like Procul Harum. You will be badly disappointed. Both albums sound like blatant attempts to cash in on the adult contemporary/soft rock/whatever-they- were-calling-lame-background-music-back-then market. How depressing it is when an excellent songwriter and musician goes that route.4/5(19).
Mar 09, · on people in my country. Not to mention that Matthew wrote a song considered to be among the 5 most played songs on the radio all over Hellas. It's none other than super all-time classic Why'd I Have To Fall In Love With You, a magic song filled with pathos & despair, so well built, so seductive you can't resist its charm.4/5(19).
"Why'd I Have to Fall in Love With You" is really superb, ending side one with a long fade and a broken heart. Unlike Spooky Tooth 's Gary Wright and another '70s keyboard artist, Michael Quatro, Matthew Fisher works on creating a very polished pop to start the '80s without the progressive nature those two artists found so inviting.
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Matthew Fisher on Discogs. Label: Mercury - • Format: Vinyl Album, LP • Country: Italy • Genre: Rock • Can't You Feel My Love: A2: Give It A Try: A3: Back In Your Arms Again: A4: Only A Game: A5: Why'd I Have To Fall In Love With You: B1: Looking For /5(2).
Fisher's playing isn't bewildering or rambunctious, but his keyboard does elevate his singing, giving songs such as "Back in Your Arms Again" and "Just How Blind" some added persona. Fisher's writing far exceeds any of his past releases, even though "Can't You Feel My Love" and "Only a Game" come across as commonplace, radio-sounding floodmomorilesisleryguangjewabne.coinfo: $