MY VERSION of the Classic HURRICANE SMITH song from 1972. Always a popular song with continued airplay. Hurricane Smith was also know for his other hits, DON'T LET IT DIE and the GILBERT O'SULLIVAN penned WHO WAS IT?. O'Babe, What would you say always evokes the feeling of summer and after 4 decades is being rediscovered by a younger generation.
HURRICANE SMITH was equally famous for engineering the majority of BEATLES songs throughout the 1960's, and the output of the BEATLES material speaks for itself.
JOHN LENNON (who nicknamed Norman Smith as NORMAL NORMAN) persuaded him to record songs on his own, and the above mentioned songs are part of his own output.
MY VERSION is sung in a sort of way like HURRICANE SMITH, but his vocal is unmistakeable, hence MY VERSION is a little 'Softer'. I hope you enjoy my hommage to a great artist who gave us fantastic songs to remember.