Best Mike + The Mechanics SongsThe best song collection from the underrated band Mike and the Mechanics and sung by either one performer is the best, Paul Young or Paul Carrack.
Best lyrical-written and probably the emotional of their tunes, The Living Years moves Rolf Harris into tears and well-heard by people who are coping their deceased fathers in their graves.
Love the sentiments, great lyrics.
What a beautiful song.
Love them all though
Incredible! The band has never made a progressive opening to a album before and this is it. Silent Running really reminds me in a last decade since I was small.
My favourite song of all time, it serves as a warning for to upcoming generations.
Sounded just like a Waters-Gilmour magical number..
This is great stuff...
The second greatest of the their songs, this one might be Paul Young's best single. God how I like his powerful and majestic singing voice!
This song Over My Shoulder does sway me in a cheerful mood and exactly a fun guitar-driven classic from Paul Carrack. A timeless radio hit of the 90s.
A song that never days
That is a another gem from Paul Young and as he goes in raw energy of going higher for this heavy-rock tune. Yep, it needs to be in a karaoke.
I love this song. The words. The melody. The message. I was so taken in years later it still painful. Still feeling foolish
For Allowing myself to be Taken In.
Paul Young, the bloke you wished that he'd be still alive at the group to sing at your birthday. A Beggar on a Beach of Gold is so a keyboard-inspiring song with colors inside to believe that the beach is made of gold.
A beautiful and tender love ballad from their first debut and heard this from a clip of Miami Vice. I don't care whoever his name that performs the soft vocals, he is very extraordinary. Love it!
Another moving ballad by Paul Carrack, this has a passionate feeling that there is a time and place. This song might could have been of following the sad sorrow of "The Living Years".
Lovely moving song
The same sound from Over My Shoulder, it still is greater that much if you care about Paul Carrack.
Best song by them, just wasn't released in the USA as a single.
Another favorite track from their first album and another heard in the Miami Vice T.V. show.
Aspiring and a charming power ballad from the Beggar album. Paul Young strikes a cord of his vocals and once again... He sings very passionate and heartfelt.
Great way to close off the Living Years, so progressively and epic.