I'd forgotten about the Stowe version, which is stripped down and really lovely. The best thing about it is Elly-May's harmony. The harmony sits pretty awkwardly in a male range, even a high male range, and Mark's haromonies in the webcast are the worst thing about that version (sorry, Mark!). They did better at Coachella. But Neil's voice blends so wonderfully with a female voice of a certain type--see Turn and Run, or What I Get Paid For--and the Stowe version of Silent House is another example. I actually wonder if the Neil solo album version of Silent House was going to have a female harmony, and if that's been reworked now that TOE is a Crowded House album.