Rahul Sharma

Tears from a Willow

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Released  11 October 1999
Recorded  Unknown
Label  Independiente
Format  CD, 7" Vinyl
Genre  Indie, Psychedelic pop
Writer(s)  Dan Popplewell Andy Flett Steve Flett Sophia Churney Alan Kelly

"Tears from a Willow" is a song by Ooberman, released as the third single from their debut album The Magic Treehouse. It was released by Independiente in October 1999. In the song's radio edit, a reference to LSD was removed, but remained intact on the single itself. The radio edit has never been released commercially, but can be heard in the song's video. It charted at #62 on the UK Singles Chart.

Contents

B-side "Moth to a Flame" was recently voted the best Ooberman song ever by users of the band's online forum.

CD (ISOM37MS)

  1. "Tears from a Willow" (Popplewell)
  2. "Moth to a Flame" (Flett)
  3. "Danny Boy" (Popplewell)

7" Vinyl (ISOM37S)

  1. "Tears from a Willow" (Popplewell)
  2. "Igloo II: Yellow Snow" (Popplewell)

References

Tears from a Willow Wikipedia


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