This Mortal Coil - You And Your Sister album download
|You And Your Sister||3:19|
|I Come And Stand At Every Door||3:42|
|170.9999.22||This Mortal Coil||You And Your Sister (CD, Single)||Play It Again Sam [PIAS]||170.9999.22||Benelux||1991|
|170.9999.40||This Mortal Coil||You And Your Sister (7", Single)||4AD||170.9999.40||Belgium||1991|
|SA 9002||This Mortal Coil||You And Your Sister (7", Single, Promo)||4AD||SA 9002||France||1991|
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You and Your Sister" is a song by the American singer-songwriter Chris Bell, that appears on his only solo album I Am the Cosmos. It was released as a B-side to Bell's only single "I Am the Cosmos. The song is very similar in composition, vocals, and guitar playing to Big Star's "Thirteen," which Bell co-wrote with band mate Alex Chilton, as it is also an acoustic love ballad. It features backing vocals by Chilton.
Your sister says that I'm no good I'd reassure her if I could All I want to do is to spend some time with you So I can hold you, hold you. Plans fail every day I'd want to hear you say Your love won't be leaving Your eyes aren't deceiving
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The twin highlights are two songs written by Big Star's Chris Bell; "I Am the Cosmos" is reinterpreted as a ragged, brink-of-chaos rocker that sounds like it could have been on Big Star's post-Bell magnum opus, Third, while a delicate acoustic version of "You and Your Sister" with wispy, unsure vocals by Kim Deal and Tanya Donelly ranks. with the first album's reinterpretation of Tim Buckley's "Song to the Siren" as one of the group's masterpieces
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