Marmalade - Heartbreaker FLAC album
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Another unsuccessful album, Heartbreaker, came out in the UK in 1982 on the Spectra label. Graham Knight remained as the sole original band member touring the nostalgia circuit with Newman, Smith and Alan Holmes. In 1982, Glenn Taylor replaced Smith on drums, though Smith returned from 1989 to around 1998, before Taylor took over permanently. 2013 saw the current Marmalade line-up release their first new studio album since 1979. Entitled Penultimate and released in CD and vinyl formats, it featured six new compositions, together with re-recordings of many Marmalade songs.
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Marmalade are a Scottish pop rock band originating from the east end of Glasgow, originally formed in 1961 as The Gaylords, and then later billed as Dean Ford and The Gaylords, recording four singles for Columbia (EMI). "Marmalade - Heartbreaker album".
Heartbreaker is the sixth and final studio album by English rock group Free, that provided them with one of their most successful singles, "Wishing Well". It was recorded in late 1972 after bassist Andy Fraser had left the band and while guitarist Paul Kossoff was ailing from an addiction to Mandrax (Quaaludes), and features a different line up from previous albums
Marmalade- Heartbreaker. The Marmalade - Mr. Heartbreaker (You& On) 1972 Version. Top Songs By Marmalade. Reflections Of My Life. 2. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da. 4. Falling Apart At The Seams. 6. Baby Make It Soon.
Marmalade was a Scottish pop rock group from the east end of Glasgow, originally formed in 1961 as the Gaylords, and then later billed as Dean Ford and the Gaylords. In 1966 they changed the group name to The Marmalade. The most successful period for the band, in terms of UK chart success, was between 1968 and 1972. From the early 1970s, after the original players began to drift away, the band evolved with many further changes and still exists to this day touring the nostalgia circuit.
|A1||Take Another Chance|
|A2||Lady How You Take My Breath Away|
|A3||What Are You Gonna Do|
|A4||The Best Of My Love|
|B1||Question Of Love|
|B2||I Don't Believe In Love|
|B3||I Listen To My Heart|
|B5||I Gave Up|
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