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I Dont Want To See Myself (Without You) - Terry Callier - Lifetime (CD, Album)

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for I Don't Want To See Myself (Without You) - Terry Callier on AllMusic -
  2. Acid Jazz Records head Eddie Piller reissued a little-known Callier recording from , "I Don't Want to See Myself (Without You)", and brought him to play clubs in Britain. From he began to make regular trips to play gigs during his vacation time from work.
  3. Don't wanna see myself- don't wanna see myself I don't wanna see myself without you Don't wanna see myself - don't wanna see myself I don't wanna see myself without you. Ev'ry time I pass in front of a looking glass There's a smilin' face All because of the Father's Grace Mirror, mirror on the wall It's the greatest love of all.
  4. Jun 25,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Terry Callier - I Don't Want To See Myself (Karaoke) YouTube Terry Callier - Lookin Out (Full Album Stream) - Duration: Mr Bongo 43, views.
  5. Terry's music has always been very positive. His songs are special to me because they're about freedom and love. My first Terry Callier LP was, "What Color is Love"; I was only fourteen years old when purchased that LP. From what I understand his song "Time Peace" was adopted by the U.N. Wow! Thank you, Terry, for music with a message.5/5(3).
  6. Pillar sought permission to re-release Callier's little-known, self-funded single from , "I Don't Want to See Myself (Without You)." Seemingly overnight, the record became a massive success on the British club circuit, and the singer was soon flown to Britain for a .
  7. 7" Single on 45cat: Terry Callier - I Don't Want To See Myself (Without You) Andy Lewis Edit / If I Could Make You (Change Your Mind) - Acid Jazz - UK - AJX S.
  8. I Don't Want To See Myself Without You is another fine piece, you could almost say classic Callier, though it might have benefited with a bit of editing. It goes on for too long, though like a gospel song it is meant to be uplifting through the sheer power of the voices involved. There's even a short number dedicated to Miles Davis.4/4(10).

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