Solsbury Hill" is a song by English musician Peter Gabriel. He wrote the song about a spiritual experience atop Little Solsbury Hill in Somerset, England, after his departure from the progressive rock band Genesis, of which he had been the lead singer since its inception. The song was his debut single. The single was a Top 20 hit in the UK, peaking at number 13, and reached number 68 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1977. The song has often been used in film trailers for romantic comedies.
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Solsbury Hill" was recorded by British synthpop duo Erasure in 2003 for their cover versions album Other People's Songs and released as a single in the UK on 6 January 2003 and in the US on 14 January 2003. This Erasure single became a hit, reaching No. 10 on the UK single chart in January 2003, No. 7 in Denmark, No. 29 in Germany, No. 39 in Sweden and No. 41 in the Republic of Ireland. The track was chosen for the album by Erasure member Vince Clarke. Hunter had played on the original Peter Gabriel (1977 album) recording and he invited his friend and original Solsbury Hill bass player Tony Levin to play bass on the track.
Climbing up on Solsbury Hill I could see the city light Wind was blowing, time stood still Eagle flew out of the night. He was something to observe Came in close, I heard a voice Standing stretching every nerve I had to listen had no choice. I did not believe the information Just had to trust imagination My heart was going boom boom boom "Son," he said, "Grab your things, I've come to take you home. Today I don't need a replacement I'll tell them what the smile on my face meant My heart was going boom boom boom "Hey," I said, "You can keep my things, they've come to take me home. About Solsbury Hill. This is Erasure’s cover of the 1977 Peter Gabriel song. Solsbury Hill" Track Info. Written By Peter Gabriel. Release Date January 6, 2003. Cover Of. Solsbury Hill by Peter Gabriel. Other People's Songs Erasure.
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|2||Tell It To Me||4:09|
Mixed By – Gareth Jones
|6||Solsbury Hill (Extended Remix)
Mixed By – Manhattan Clique
|7||Solsbury Hill (Radio Mix, Full Lenght)||3:55|
|8||Video Killed The Radio Star
Mixed By – Gareth Jones
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|9200-2, 724596920022||Erasure||Solsbury Hill (CD, Maxi, Enh)||Mute, Mute||9200-2, 724596920022||US||2003|