About “I’ve Just Seen A Face”
“I’ve Just Seen A Face” is a hidden song by Lucy Kaplansky from her album Flesh And Bone.
“I’ve Just Seen A Face” is a song originally recorded by The Beatles, written primarily by Paul McCartney and released on their 1965 album Help!. The song is a classic example of the Beatles’ early folk-rock sound, with acoustic guitar strumming and a fast-paced rhythm. McCartney’s distinctive vocal performance is energetic and upbeat, perfectly capturing the song’s joyful and romantic mood.
“I’ve Just Seen a Face” has remained a popular and enduring Beatles song, covered by numerous artists in a variety of styles over the years. It was also prominently featured in the film Across the Universe, a musical romance set against the backdrop of the 1960s counterculture.
About Flesh And Bone
Released in 1996, Flesh And Bone is the second studio album by American folk singer-songwriter Lucy Kaplansky. The album features 11 original tracks, as well as a cover of the classic song “Somewhere Out There”. Produced by Ben Wisch, the album showcases Kaplansky’s introspective and heartfelt songwriting, as well as her crystal-clear vocals and acoustic guitar playing.
Flesh And Bone explores themes such as love, loss, and the complexities of human relationships, with standout tracks such as “Scorpion”, “Turn the Lights Back On”, and “The Tide”. The album also features guest appearances from some of Kaplansky’s fellow singer-songwriters, including Shawn Colvin and Dar Williams.
Flesh And Bone was well-received by critics, who praised Kaplansky’s songwriting and vocal performances. It also helped establish Kaplansky as a rising talent in the folk music scene, paving the way for her subsequent releases and collaborations with other artists.
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