Wayne Fontana - The Words Of Bartolomew FLAC album
The Words Of Bartholomew.
Lyrics to "Bartholomew" song by The Silent Comedy: Oh my god Please help me, knee deep in the river tryin' to get clean He says wash your hands, get o. .
Redirected from Wayne Fontana and The Mindbenders). Wayne Fontana (born Glyn Geoffrey Ellis, 28 October 1945) is an English rock and pop singer, best known for the 1965 hit "Game of Love" with the Mindbenders. Fontana was born in Levenshulme, Manchester, Lancashire, and took his stage name from Elvis Presley's drummer, D. J. Fontana. In 1963 he formed his backing group, The Mindbenders, and secured a recording contract, coincidentally, with Fontana Records
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Fountains of Wayne is the self-titled debut studio album by the American rock band Fountains of Wayne. It was released on TAG Recordings, Scratchie Records, and Atlantic Records in 1996.
Sample this album Artist (Sample). Wayne Fontana, meanwhile, would go on to post a clutch of hits as a solo artist in the . and among those in this compilation are Can't Live Without You (Can't Live Without You) 28 in May 1966 - and Pamela, Pamela, his best at 11 in December 1966. Not a bad compilation from a North American perspective, but it would have been a 5-star release with those missing B-sides. Wayne Fontana and The Mindbenders are best remembered for a handful of classic radio stables but more importantly they served as the launching board for 10cc ("I'm Not in Love", "Dreadlock Holiday", "The Things We Do For Love", "Good Morning Judge" and "Art for Art's Sake"). Eric Stewart became The Mindbenders lead vocalist and remained their guitarist when Fontana left(he also wrote a number of the band's songs either alone or in collaboration).
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