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We're All Alone, Boz Scaggs 1976

edited September 10 in Creations

"We're All Alone" is a song written by Boz Scaggs, which became a hit for Frankie Valli in 1976. The next year it was a top-ten hit for Rita Coolidge in the US and the UK. Scaggs introduced it on his 1976 album Silk Degrees, and included it as the B-side of two of the four single releases from that LP, including "Lido Shuffle".

Dedicated to all the good citizens of Davao City, especially my friends and classmates of Batch 1978, from the Davao City High School!!!
Peace and Love!!!

Comments

  • Beautiful, Rene. And a great song. Didn’t want it to slip unnoticed into the ABF dustheap. Where’s Blackbird! At least While My Guitar Gently Weeps😉😘🙏

  • Hi Mike,
    Thank you for your solid support.
    You are a very prolific music creator, and I love your piano abilities and compositions.
    ABF dustheap can accumulate quick, and I really appreciate this.
    Respectfully,
    Rene

  • Good choice @ReneAsologuitar. Always loved this song, great chord progression.

    Thanks.

  • edited September 11

    Have you released an album of these unplugged sessions? If not, why not? ;)

    Seriously - I could see these operating in the same territory as the Rick Rubin/Johnny Cash American Recordings… kudos for such a good production value too on the voice and the guitar.

    Just because I’m such a miserablist, and as I kind of lobbied for earlier, I’d really love to hear an album of you just singing sad songs, laser focused on male fragility. Now bear with me, fast forwarding into full fantasy album mode…

    You could call it ‘Boys Cry’ after the old Eden Kane song. In fact, you could add a down tempo, non skiffle, moody cover of that… Oh, and ‘Hurt’, of course; The Cure’s ‘Boys Don’t Cry’ (last track in the running order; Eden Kane first, obvs!); Orbisons’s It’s Over… I could go on.

    Basically, any excuse to wallow in misery, in the best possible taste! :)

    “Boys cry when no one can see them
    When no one can see them cry
    No one can see them cry” - Eden Kane, 1966

    The only slight fly in my ‘make the world miserable through the power of golden voices, subvert the patriarchy’ plan is that I suspect you have one of those damnable ‘sunny dispositions’.

    Bah, humbug, etc…

  • I had no idea Boz Skaggs wrote this. A beautiful song and your arrangement and performance make it shine. Another very enjoyable performance.

  • @pbelgium said:
    Good choice @ReneAsologuitar. Always loved this song, great chord progression.

    Thanks.


    Hi pbelgium,
    This song has always been a fav, and a true classic.
    One can probably play the chord progression, and create another beautiful song out of it, or maybe ten more songs, hahahaha.
    Just love this song.
    Thank you!!!
    Rene

  • @Svetlovska said:
    Have you released an album of these unplugged sessions? If not, why not? ;)

    Seriously - I could see these operating in the same territory as the Rick Rubin/Johnny Cash American Recordings… kudos for such a good production value too on the voice and the guitar.


    Plenty of miserablists in this world, and that's why we have the blues!!!
    Thank you for leading me to this wonderful future project, and I will keep your musical album theory, and maybe one of these days, I can get a right turn towards that great idea.
    Love it!!!

    Sunny or not, storms are always in the horizon, and the sad songs are always close to the heart.
    Keeps us human!!!
    Respectfully,
    Rene

  • @MadeofWax said:
    I had no idea Boz Skaggs wrote this. A beautiful song and your arrangement and performance make it shine. Another very enjoyable performance.


    Hi MadeofWax,
    Truly huge and humbling compliments, and I am so thankful.
    Love 'em comments.
    Always a treat to hear from you.
    Warm regards,
    Rene

  • Great interpretation of a lovely song… bravo…

  • @GeoTony said:
    Great interpretation of a lovely song… bravo…

    ++++++++++
    Hi GeoTony,
    Love your beautiful comments!
    You are so awesome.
    Thank you so very much!!!
    Warm regards,
    Rene

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