March 24, 2011
Fyfe Dangerfield
Official Website: http://www.fyfedangerfield.com/Where to Buy His Music: Amazon & iTunes Origin: Birmingham, England
Fyfe is the frontman for an interesting little band called Guillemots, but I tend to prefer him on his own. His solo career got a kick-start when a department store chain in Great Britain featured his cover of She’s Always A Woman in one of their commercials. I like his new style, as it is laid back pop that borrows heavily from the 70s. Fyfe is a bit goofy looking, but with an attractiveness about him. He is sort of like what happens when two attractive people have an offset looking child. Now that I think of it, he does appear to be a spawn of Jay Kay and Jamie Cullum.
The video that I am posting here is for a single that I enjoy, but the iLike service only plays a 30 second sample of the song. I do not care for the video itself, but I have no other clever way of giving you the full song without being sued. I would hate to think that this guy is so vain that it was his idea to be on camera for 99% of his own video, especially with the subject matter being a woman. At least give us a decent looking chick to look at for a moment, for heavens sake!
And yes, the comparisons to ELO in the voice and instrumentals are obvious.

Fyfe Dangerfield

Official Website: http://www.fyfedangerfield.com/
Where to Buy His Music: Amazon & iTunes
Origin: Birmingham, England


Fyfe is the frontman for an interesting little band called Guillemots, but I tend to prefer him on his own. His solo career got a kick-start when a department store chain in Great Britain featured his cover of She’s Always A Woman in one of their commercials. I like his new style, as it is laid back pop that borrows heavily from the 70s.
Fyfe is a bit goofy looking, but with an attractiveness about him. He is sort of like what happens when two attractive people have an offset looking child. Now that I think of it, he does appear to be a spawn of Jay Kay and Jamie Cullum.


The video that I am posting here is for a single that I enjoy, but the iLike service only plays a 30 second sample of the song. I do not care for the video itself, but I have no other clever way of giving you the full song without being sued. I would hate to think that this guy is so vain that it was his idea to be on camera for 99% of his own video, especially with the subject matter being a woman. At least give us a decent looking chick to look at for a moment, for heavens sake!

And yes, the comparisons to ELO in the voice and instrumentals are obvious.

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