The Next One

Kim Walker
Pop ballads
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    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?

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    A song written in support of people struggling with mental health issues, particularly depression. I hope it brings some light, some hope.

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    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.

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    My jazzy vocal take on the Beatles classic. Also merging with another Beatles song 'Because'.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    Some people have a vicious tongue but a heart of gold. But have you ever wondered what caused this kind of behaviour?

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    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!

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    A simple love song I wrote for my wife.

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    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.