By special request we recorded this cover of the Joni Mitchell classic, “Both Sides Now”.
On the occasion of our second ever get-together, we did a handful of live performances at Owen’s piano. Here’s our almost-spontaneous, slightly mad take on They Might Be Giants’s “Lucky Ball And Chain”.
A must-do for the “Natural” theme in Theme Music, this Nat King Cole classic gets the full AW treatment. It was also a bucket-list song for Andrea.
“Songs, Bond Songs – The Music of 007” is an amazing covers project spearheaded by Andrew Curry, featuring all the James Bond film themes to date, covered by artists from around the world. In addition to the CD, a bonus EP of rejected Bond themes has been created for Kickstarter contributors. Blondie’s unused “For Your Eyes Only” was selected for inclusion, and we are delighted to put our stamp on it for the project!
You can hear it here. A video will eventually follow – watch this space!
When Andrea introduced Owen to Jon Brion’s album Meaningless, it was inevitable that something would happen. This was it! Or at least the start of it. And it didn’t ruin our day either.
Another from our Theme Music collaborations archive. For Andrea’s choice of Colbie Caillat’s “Try” we called upon the massed talents of fellow Themesters Gayle Graizzaro, Dara Diamant, Carey Anne, Diana Chadwell Brown, Linda Hodgson, Wendi Dunlap and Tess Hoffman.
This CeeLo Green song originally had two versions: the radio-friendly, “Forget You”, and the real version. We did the real one. So if you don’t like your F-words, skip on by. But you’ll miss the Owenettes doing their thing! 😉
Cast adrift in a world with no land, and only the ruins of civilisation, here’s our cover of The Low Anthem’s “Charlie Darwin”.
We originally met as members of the Theme Music group, wherein a weekly or fortnightly challenge is issued to find and record (or write) a song that fits the current theme. While many of our early covers owe their origins to the many and varied themes issued, we’ve also teamed up with other group members on many occasions to produce bigger collaborations. Here’s one epic example, featuring Bill Shaouy, Kyle Richards and Scott Sutherland. From Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, here’s Elton John’s “Funeral For A Friend / Love Lies Bleeding”. Yes – all of it!
Not strictly an Aeon Wanderers cover, but Owen’s take on this Father Ted classic, by The Divine Comedy, pulled Andrea in on backing vocals and horse riding. For some inexplicable reason, this is our most popular collaboration.
Say Something (cover – A Great Big World)
- This one is For Your Eyes Only, Mr Bond. August 27, 2018
- Will Ye Go, Lassie, Go? Wild Mountain Thyme for the picking. August 22, 2018
- So he’s lying on top again … just like Gepetto … June 12, 2018
- Pedestal – it’s a long way down! May 27, 2018
- Fill your nest – the Magpie is back already! May 17, 2018
- Of Cardigans and Cuckoos… May 12, 2018
- One for sorrow… There’s a Magpie stealing shiny things May 4, 2018
- This Woman’s Work March 25, 2018
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