Matthews' Southern Comfort
8 Shouts - 79,198 Scrobbles
Matthews' Southern Comfort was a British folk-rock band led by Iain Matthews (known in the 1960s first as Ian McDonald, and from the late 1960s until 1989 as Ian Matthews), an English musician and songwriter. They had one commercial success: in 1971 their cover version of "Woodstock" (written by Joni Mitchell) was a number one hit single in the UK and saw heavy airplay in Canada, as well as reaching #23 in the US.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Woodstock - (4:30) - 2,617 plays
- Road To Ronderlin - (4:38) - 98 plays
- Tell Me Why - (2:04) - 93 plays
- My Lady - (1:38) - 58 plays
- To Love - (4:43) - 35 plays
- And When She Smiles (She Makes the Sun Shine) - (2:13) - 48 plays
- Mare, Take Me Home - (3:45) - 34 plays
- And Me - (4:37) - 39 plays
- Sylvie - (5:37) - 28 plays
- These Days - (4:13) - 26 plays
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