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|Single by Kristin Hersh|
|from the album Hips and Makers|
|B-side||"The Key", "Uncle June and Aunt Kiyoti", "When the Levee Breaks"|
|Released||January 10, 1994|
|Format||7", CD single|
|Recorded||Stable Sound, Portsmouth, Rhode Island|
|Genre||Indie rock, folk|
|Producer(s)||Lenny Kaye, Kristin Hersh|
|Kristin Hersh singles chronology|
The song was released as a single on January 10, 1994 and reached #45 in the UK singles chart. It was featured in the film With Honors that spring and appears on the original motion picture soundtrack. According to Filmmaker magazine, the music video for the song was directed by Katherine Dieckmann and is an homage to Maya Deren's groundbreaking 1943 experimental film Meshes of the Afternoon.
- CD single (BAD 4001 CD)
- "Your Ghost"
- "The Key"
- "Uncle June and Aunt Kiyoti"
- "When the Levee Breaks"
Samples and covers
Hersh re-recorded the song, titling it "Your Ghost 2006", with her group 50 Foot Wave.
Recorded cover versions include those by Black Lab, on their album Passion Leaves a Trace, IRA, on their X album, and Greg Laswell, on his October 2009 five-song EP Covers. Laswell's version was featured in US television programmes Grey's Anatomy and Dollhouse.
- 50 Most Important Independent Films, Filmmaker Magazine, Fall 1996, retrieved 2008-02-15
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