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Kevin Ayers was a British songwriter, musician from Kent, United Kingdom, who was one of a group of avant garde musicians who came together in Canterbury in the 1960's and developed a whole new approach to the psychedelic, progressive rock genre, known as the canterbury scene. His early work included works with artists like Daevid Allen, David Bedford and Mike Ratledge. Since then Kevin Ayers wrote and recorded some of the wittiest and most poignant songs imaginable and produced more banana related lyrics than anyone ever dreamed possible.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- LyricsPeople say that they want to be free
They look at him and they look at me
But it's only themselves they're wanting to see
And everybody knows about it
We talk all night and we're all turned on
- May I? - 2003 - Remaster - (4:01) - 930 plays
- Song for Insane Times - 2003 - Remaster - (4:01) - 910 plays
- LyricsI walked into this bar
And the man refused;
He said, "we don't serve strangers
In blue suede shoes;
We don't give credit, and
- LyricsToday, the town seems like a tomb;
Everybody's locked up in his room;
Making love, or taking love--who cares?
If you take a walk out in the street,
Chances are there's someone that you'll meet.
- Girl On a Swing - (2:49) - 772 plays
- The Clarietta Rag - (3:21) - 752 plays
- Joy of a Toy Continued - (2:53) - 721 plays
- Stranger In Blue Suede Shoes - 1999 Digital Remaster - (3:25) - 610 plays
- Stop This Train (Again Doing It) - (6:06) - 581 plays
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