I admit that it’s not a very difficult piece to play on an electric guitar but, baby when you try to pull this off on an acoustic, then it’s a whole new kettle of worms! It’s a bit more difficult to let those strings ring out while attempting to play other ones all at the same time. Anyways, it was also the only song from one of those British one-hit-wonders that still ring out in my mind today. Humm, I wonder where they went to?
This song Tears on your Anorak, brings back so many great moments in my life! I use to play this song acoustically with a dear olde friend of mine Allan S. We played it everywhere we played! Bars, backyards, in trees and even elevators! I also played it on electric guitar with Dom., Eddie and Big Jon P. For the life of me, I’m not sure if we played this version live? Hopefully, one of them will get back to us and comment on this post about it.
So over the years from time to time, I’d start a search for these guys and of coarse, I’d go off onto another tangent and never get back. Does that sound familiar to you? Then this afternoon, with nothing else to do, I was eager to find an answer to where The Drivers went to and I found my answer on this particular blog!
Now as it turns out, they transformed themselves into the Cutting Crew! They were a B.C. band that had a couple of hits and disbanded in the mid 90’s. Never to be heard of again … until now!
Keep on Jammin’