Thursday, 12 December 2013
Scoring heroin on a failed housing project in Liverpool's inner city would not be the subject matter of choice for every songwriter. But to brothers Michael and John Head it's something, by their own admission, they know a lot about. Streets of Kenny is a powerful depiction of life on the other side of the tracks; in every sense of the word. That it got written and recorded at all is a minor miracle - the brothers were in free fall for many years. That it then became one of the main building blocks for their majestic HMS Fable and was performed from the heart and so beautifully makes it even more listenable, to this day.
Posted by John Medd on Thursday, December 12, 2013
Labels: Heroin, HMS Fable, John Head, Kenny, Kensington, Liverpool, Michael Head, Shack, Streets of Kenny
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