The Next One
- Kim Walker
- Pop ballads
- Phoneless (Remastered)
Social liberator or personal barrier? As indispensable as it is, our phone sometimes gets in the way of normal human interaction. For a change, let's leave the phones at home tonight?
- Kiss the Wind (Remastered)
Inspired by the struggles of long-distance relationships and stories of couples forced to remain apart (Think Covid). Your kisses can still reach each other, in the wind.
- Jealous Guy (Remastered)
A song I wish I had written. Here's my take on this fabulous song by John Lennon, also popularised by Bryan Ferry & Roxy Music and many other fine artists.
- Midlife Crisis (Remastered)
Life sneaks up on you and suddenly it's half done. Midlife is a time for reflection and a chance for celebration. Don't take it too seriously.
- Love in the Banya
A banya is a Russian sauna. This song inspired by my stay in a remote village on the shores of Lake Baikal, in the Siberia region of Russia. Electric guitars: Sunny Dutta.
- Hope (Remastered)
A song written in support of people struggling with mental health issues, particularly depression. I hope it brings some light, some hope.
- It’s Too Late
You break up and meet someone new. But something tells you it was a mistake to break up and that someday you may get together again. Electric guitars: Sunny Dutta.
- In My life
My jazzy vocal take on the Beatles classic. Also merging with another Beatles song 'Because'.
- Maybe I’m Amazed (Remastered)
McCartney classic. I just love this song. I once bought a beer for Denny Laine (backing vocals, bass guitar on the original) who joined the resident band to play this song in a Tokyo bar.
- Cruel Trick (Remastered)
My third (and final) attempt at a remake of this song from my first album. It describes how dreams sometimes force us to re-live the nightmare of a breakup.
- Make Up Your Mind (Remastered)
Indecision can drive relationships apart. For better or for worse (it'll all work out in the long run), make a decision and get on with life.
- Venomous (Remastered)
Some people have a vicious tongue but a heart of gold. But have you ever wondered what caused this kind of behaviour?
Life's countdown begins the moment we're born but how can we know when we'll see our last dawn? A song about mortality. Carpe Diem!
- Easy to Explain (I love you)
A simple love song I wrote for my wife.
- Lockdown Lullaby (Remastered)
During the Covid crisis, all lives were upended. But none more so than front line workers who had to forego family to save the lives of strangers. True champions.