Love And Dreamed Wishes
Duncan Faure's "Love And Dreamed Wishes"
to commemorate John Lennon's 75th Birthday
On a cold winter day in New York in February 1978 when Duncan Faure got John Lennon's autograph on his scrapbook, Lennon wrote above his famous signature, "To Duncan; Love And Dreamed Wishes...John Lennon."
That inscription was as classically Lennonesque as Faure's music and voice, which has been compared to John's since his days fronting South African Rock Legends Rabbitt and The Bay City Rollers.
To commemorate what would have been John Lennon's 75th Birthday, Faure tips his cap, piano and heart to Lennon on this three song EP; "Love And Dreamed Wishes" with acoustic cover versions of John’s "Imagine" and "Tennessee" and the Faure-penned title track, which sums up his never ending respect for the late, great musician from Liverpool and his enduring legacy of love….It truly IS all you need. Download it now
Machine From The Other Side
Machine From the Other Side the latest release from multimillion selling recording artist Duncan Faure!
Duncan originally hailed from South Africa's Greatest Rock Band Rabbitt. After they sold millions of records and took South Africa by Storm Duncan moved on to be the Lead Singer for the Bay City Rollers. Duncan recorded three critically acclaimed albums with the Rollers. Elevator, Voxx and Ricochet are considered by most to be the best albums of their career. After the Rollers disbanded Duncan Faure and Stuart Wood continued on to further success with Karu scoring a charting hit in South Africa and Japan!
On Duncan's Latest Release the songwriting shines. Duncan performing at a grand piano singing 12 new songs! The album contains the singles Hullo Baby and Loved and Dreamed Wishes. One of the highlights of the albums is Duncan's versions of two John Lennon songs. Duncan tackles Imagine with grace and style! The second track is a relatively unknown John Lennon song called Tennessee. This song was never officially released and only showed up on bootleg records. Duncan records the first official version of this song. Duncan does a masterful job of covering this relatively unknown Lennon song.