George Michael / “Let Her Down Easy” video from “Symphonica”

George Michael has released this video for his version of Terence Trent D’Arby’s Let Her Down Easy which features on his forthcoming Symphonica album.

Symphonica is released on 17 March 2014 and is available as an expanded deluxe edition with ‘book’ packaging and a hi-res blu-ray audio.

Deluxe Edition


Pure Audio Blu-ray Audio (no video)

Track listing

  1. Through
  2. My Baby Just Cares For Me
  3. A Different Corner
  4. Praying For Time
  5. Let Her Down Easy
  6. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
  7. Feeling Good
  8. John And Elvis Are Dead
  9. Roxanne*
  10. One More Try
  11. Going To A Town*
  12. Cowboys and Angels
  13. Idol
  14. Brother Can You Spare A Dime
  15. You Have Been Loved*
  16. Wild Is The Wind
  17. You’ve Changed

*bonus tracks on deluxe and blu-ray audio


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Georges voice has always been one of the greats and always will.


Great Song Love This


I’m not allowed to watch the video either – but good news: there are thousands of others to choose from! Obviously any other clip will satisfy my need to hear the new George Michael track – what was I thinking! Gotta love you for caring, Virgin EMI.

[…] You can watch the video for Let Her Down Easy here. […]


“Sorry to be ignorant but what is pitch correction?”

Studio trickery – electronic manipulation of (usually) the voice either post recording or in real-time. It can be done by computer software or dedicated hardware devices. Also known as auto-tune. As use by 90% of todays X-Factor style teen artists.
An example here:


Great song, good version, gratuitous tit shot!

Boaz Halachmi

I’m not allowed to watch the video because where I live, but I’m allowed to pay for a copy of the CD. Cool!


George’s voice is still very good after all these years. Sorry to be ignorant but what is pitch correction? I always thought that Terence t Darby kind of sabotaged his own career. Great song. Hopehe gets a heap of money now.

Tim H

I agree, great song and nice arrangement. Always thought it was a vastly under rated Terence Trent D’arby number and that he seemed to disappear before he/we realised his potential. There’s a Deluxe Edition which (like Hothouse Flowers) hasn’t yet been forthcoming but is richly deserved!

Nick Watson

Great song and kudos to GM for selecting it. The simple arrangement is nice too, but the vocal is marred buy the unnecessary use of pitch correction. George Michael is a good singer; he doesn’t need it and it makes the performance sound artificial and soulless.