Log in or Sign up. Steve Hoffman Music Forums. Dismiss Notice We are making some updates and reconfigurations to our server. Apologies for any downtime or slow forum loading now or within the next week or so. The Yardbirds, geez, never saw this before. If ever a band deserved a DVD performance documentary it's these guys. What a story Hey, Reelinintheyears! Steve Hoffman , Oct 25, Location: Melbourne, Australia.
The song was a departure from the group's blues roots in favour of a commercial pop rock sound. Guitarist Eric Clapton disapproved of the change and it influenced him to leave the group. Gouldman wrote the song at the age of 18 while working by day in a gentlemen's outfitters near Salford Docks and playing by night with the semi-professional Manchester band the Mockingbirds. He explained: "I was sleeping most of the time because I'd been gigging with the Mockingbirds the night before, and then during the day when I'd got any spare time I'd write in the shop.
The harpsichord on this song was played by session musician Brian Auger, who later became a solo artist of note. I'd give the stars and the sun 'fore I live. For your love. I'd give the moon if it were mine to give. For your love, for your love, I would give the stars above. Also it is believed that producer Mickie Most turned it down on behalf of Herman's Hermits and that the Animals also turned it down. Em For your love. All our contemporaries were having hit songs: The Beatles and the Stones and the Moody Blues and Animals, they were all having 1 hits and we were really trying to keep up.
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