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Sleep A Million Years - Kathy Heideman - Move With Love

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  1. Jul 17,  · Nothing is known about Heideman, and the record languished in obscurity until the song "Sleep a Million Years” was covered by Vetiver on their covers album Thing of the Past. Heideman’s vocals are rather plaintive, offering sort of a female counterpoint to another missing private press legend, Jim Sullivan.
  2. Jul 31,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Move With Love on Discogs/5(21).
  3. Kathy Heideman Bob Kathy Heideman Tell It True Kathy Heideman Stormy Kathy Heideman Sleep A Million Years Kathy Heideman Need Kathy Heideman Daddy Do Kathy Heideman Move With Love Kathy Heideman The Road To Myself Kathy Heideman The Earth Won’t Hold Me Kathy Heideman Fine Street Woman.
  4. Lodged between a heartbreak and a smoke break, Kathy Heideman's Move With Love wandered off I-5 somewhere just south of Hungry Valley State Vehicular Recreation Area and broke down. At its dusty roadside, cheap truck-stop java flows over plaintive coffeehouse tunes concerning ''Bob'' and ''Need.''Price: $
  5. Watch the video for Sleep A Million Years from Kathy Heideman's Move With Love for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  6. Incredibly rare and sought after album that essentially no one knew about until the indie rock band Vetiver (with Vashti Bunyan on vocals) covered the song Sleep A Million Years. Songs were written by San Jose, CA resident Dia Joyce, but the totally mysterious Kathy Heideman was brought on /5(9).
  7. Originally released on the Country Flavor imprint and probably best enjoyed on vinyl, Move With Love showcases the writing and compositions of Dia Joyce, the woman in the background who coaxes Heideman into strong versions of the Bakersfield-inspired Sleep A Million Years (another very Lou Reed-like reference point) and the mock gospel self-discovery number The Road To Myself.
  8. Track List Bob Tell It True Stormy Sleep a Million Years Need Daddy-do Move With Love The Road to Myself The Earth Won't Hold Me Fine Street Woman Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging.

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