Sea Of Wine

Album: Millstone Grit (1973)
  • In a 1975 videoed solo performance, Chapman described this as "another drinking song"; obviously about a man on his way home after a drinking session, and just as obviously driving while over the limit, this is one where the words are of no real importance but a vehicle for Chapman's unique, and vastly underrated, guitar picking style. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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