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Choon Choosday: This Mortal Coil – Song To The Siren

13 May, 2014

This is one of those songs that is so perfect it makes me cry whenever I hear it. I’m a big fan of the Cocteau Twins, mainly because of Liz Fraser’s extraordinary voice. Here it isn’t accompanied by layers of guitars and drum loops, just the tiniest backing. Less is more. Less is a





oh, go on then, as you’ve been good, here is a video of my favourite Cocteau Twins choon featuring Lizzie fresh from a visit to Edwards Scissorhands’ hairdresser:


From → Choon Choosday, Music

  1. You know I have never heard most of the choons. You teach me so much.

  2. This Mortal Coil I liked better than Pink Orange Red – she does have a unique voice

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