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Flipron – The End Of Summer, Raindrops Keep Falling On The Dead. Label: Tiny Dog Records – TDR013.
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The first album was recorded in Glastonbury and released in 2004 In July 2004 they recorded their first live session for Tom Robinson on BBC 6 Music. As part of the tour to promote the album, Flipron appeared as support act for Donovan (for whom Flipron's Joe Atkinson was playing keyboards) at Cardiff St David's Hall and Bristol's St George's Hall. Two singles were released from the album; "Hanging Round The.
LyricsRaindrops Keep Falling on th. lipron. Written by: Jesse Budd. Last update on: July 22, 2017. heart but it can't heal the dead and I dreamed the cloud that had your name was weeping very softly on my head oh honey, it's not funny you singing raindrops keep falling on the raindrops keep falling on rain raindrops keep falling on the dead dead dead dead dead dead. Writer(s): Jesse Budd. More lyrics from the album.
Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" is a song written by Hal David and Burt Bacharach for the 1969 film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. It won an Academy Award for Best Original Song. David and Bacharach also won Best Original Score. The song was recorded by B. J. Thomas in seven takes, after Bacharach expressed dissatisfaction with the first six. In the film version of the song, Thomas had been recovering from laryngitis, which made his voice sound hoarser than in the 7-inch release.
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