Hugh HamiltonDon't Hide Your Love
Folk/Acoustic Rock/AmericanaHyperLink
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song created                                

Monday, April 28, 2008 6:57:13 PM
song updated                               

Monday, April 28, 2008 7:05:36 PM
stations playing this song              
JP Sharpe Presents IAC Super Songwriters
Alternative Options
Cowboy Tunz
:::Abominable Snow Shaft:::
Bentleys Cuz station
Nice tuneys
The Good Stuff, Too!!!
Hugo Acoustic Slide, Banjo, Uke
Home Grown
KIAC Wave Mix Radio
Blue Space
Which Three Should I PICK?
SPARKLERS
Groovy and 60's Style
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28 April, 2008: Bought a new uke and a cajon a few days ago...here they are in their first recordings - a few melodic morsels I had previously worked out, but which lacked lyrics...recorded this morning, after checking the IAC blogs...and thus a song is born..

(p)2008 Hugh Hamilton

Song Comments

:::Abominable Snow Shaft:::
The Abominable Snow Shaft 'exposes himself' with Hugh Hamilton


The Good Stuff, Too!!!
Just Hugh being Hugh. That is to say, brilliant.


Hugo Acoustic Slide, Banjo, Uke
New uke (and a cajon played with bongo mallets) helped me finish up a melody that had been floating around in my head for a fairly long time...


KIAC Wave Mix Radio
"28 April, 2008: Bought a new uke and a cajon a few days ago...here they are in their first recordings - a few melodic morsels I had previously worked out, but which lacked lyrics...recorded this morning, after checking the IAC blogs...and thus a song is born.. "


Which Three Should I PICK?
TODD (Hop On Pop and Cash Cow) kindly says, ""Don't Hide Your Love" Is a perfect little Harrison-esque tune that pisses me off not only in that you are playing the uke so well so soon after picking it up, but also in the beautiful harmonies that you produced. This one is gorgeous." NOTE - this song is getting a number of mentions - I wonder which version (studio or live) would do better in front of judges?


Which Three Should I PICK?
LARREE kindly says, "You have so many great tunes!"


SPARKLERS
sunshine-y sounds, far from winter skies...


Groovy and 60's Style
Found another one from your one of your main genres, Hugh. The title of your song is one of my mottos to live by. I love the addition of the cajon! Where did you find such a groovy percussion instrument?


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