All lyrics from Much More Than Much Love, popular Finley Quaye songs with tracklist and information about album. Label Sony Music Entertainment (UK). Finley Quaye "Much More Than Much Love" (2004) album.
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Single by Finley Quaye. from the album Much More Than Much Love. The segment of the song sung by Beth Orton is sampled from "Roll The Dice", a song which originally appeared on her 1993 debut album Superpinkymandy. The album was also produced by her then-boyfriend William Orbit. Single use. The single was used in the American Fox network TV series The OC in episode 14 of season one, entitled "The Countdown".
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Tricky customer is young Finley. Aloof, enigmatic, prone to periods of going AWOL, his ability to throw up a high-grade smoke screen to disguise his undoubted talents may have worn all patience thin. Still, he’s got that voice and knows how to wrench sympathetic performances from a supporting cast of Anglo-African players. Quaye’s usual blend of dub reggae, the lightest hip hop and a new shot of weird country are stretched under his often oddball lyrics and idiosyncratic world view. This Is How I Feel and Face To Face exemplify Fin’s rather unique house style and elusive personality
Listen to music from Finley Quaye like Dice, Even After All & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Finley Quaye. Finley Quaye (born 25 March 1974, Edinburgh, Scotland) is a British musician. He won the 1997 Mobo Award for best reggae act, and the 1998 BRIT Award for Best British Male Solo Artist. Quaye is the youngest son of jazz musician Cab Kaye, the half-brother of guitarist Caleb Quaye, and brother of jazz musician Terri Quaye. Quaye made his recording debut in 1995 on A Guy Called Gerald's "Finley's Rainbow".