This track is lyrically so much on point and nails the current, modern destabilized relationship status of modern society so much. The way Kelsey comes across is as somewhere between Lana Del Rey and a grande dame of 60s music. The entire retro sound design feels like a window to the the past where we get to witness time travelling Amy Winehouse meeting with Lana Del Rey and they trying to recreate a Nancy Sinatra song. Well done Kelsey!
After I got so much great feedback to the start of the Motown Editions, I’m really glad to present you the second one. This time I have some more popular stuff. The radio stations my parents used to listen to during my childhood had The Supremes always in their repertoire. So here are my three favourites of a this great Ladies:
[audio:http://www.chromemusic.de/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/The-Supremes-Where-Did-Our-Love-Go.mp3|titles=The Supremes – Where Did Our Love Go]The Supremes – Where Did Our Love Go
[audio:http://www.chromemusic.de/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/The-Supremes-Come-See-About-Me.mp3|titles=The Supremes – Come See About Me]The Supremes – Come See About Me
[audio:http://www.chromemusic.de/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/The-Supremes-Baby-Love.mp3|titles=The Supremes – Baby Love]The Supremes – Baby Love