Kirsty MacColl - They Don't Know FLAC album
Written by Kirsty MacColl and later covered by Tracey Ullman still using Kirstys' original backing track with a few added bells n whistles and still.
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They Don't Know" is a song composed and first recorded in 1979 by Kirsty MacColl, which became a Top Ten hit via a 1983 recording by Tracey Ullman
Album The Real MacColl EP. They Don’t Know Lyrics. You've been around for such a long time now Oh, maybe I could leave you but I don't know how And why should I be lonely every night When I can be with you, oh yes, you make it right.
Kirsty MacColl singles chronology. They Don't Know" (1979). Keep Your Hands Off My Baby" (1981). Single by Tracey Ullman. from the album You Broke My Heart in 17 Places. MacColl's version of "They Don't Know" thus failed to appear on the official UK Singles Charts, which is entirely sales-based. Although the song was not taken from an album, it later appeared on MacColl's compilation Galore (amongst others). YouTube Encyclopedic. 1/3. Views: 131 641. 531 080. 2 723.
Watch the video for They Don't Know from Kirsty MacColl's Galore for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. This is Kirsty MacColl's debut single. It was released in the . on 'Stiff Record's' in June 1979. Will You? Hazel O'Connor.
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. music noteChords for Kirsty MacColl - They Don't Know 1979. Kirsty MacColl - Don't Come The Cowboy With Me, Sonny Jim.
Written by Kirsty MacColl. Standard version, transcribed by akoustic. Chords for They Don’t Know with Capo on 2nd fret, transcribed by John Meranda.
They Don't Know K MacColl. Turn My Motor On K MacColl5. In 1983, Tracey Ullman recorded a version of the song Already well known in the UK as an actress and comedian, "They Don't Know" was issued as her second single there, reaching MacColl performed backing vocals on Ullman's version and reprised her original "bay-ay-be-ee" in the middle of the song, because Ullman had a very limited. high-end range The song was also included on Ullman's debut album, You Broke My Heart in 17 Places.
Kirsty MacColl was the daughter of folk singer Ewan MacColl and dancer Jean Newlove. She and her brother, Hamish MacColl, grew up with their mother in Croydon, where Kirsty attended Park Hill Primary School, Monks Hill High School and John Newnham High School, making appearances in school plays.
|A||They Don't Know|
|B||Turn My Motor On|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Stiff Records
- Copyright (c) – Stiff Records
- Published By – Copyright Control
- Recorded At – The China Shop
- Directed By [Sound Director] – Bazza
- Mastered By – SA*
- Producer – Liam Sternberg
- Written-By – K. MacColl*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout [etched/stamped] side A): The Purley Queen BUY 47 A-1U SA
- Matrix / Runout (Runout [etched/stamped] side B): And No Choice BUY 47 B-1U SA
|P-BUY 47||Kirsty MacColl||They Don't Know (7", Pic)||Stiff Records||P-BUY 47||UK||1979|
|BUY 47 N, NP/ BUY 47||Kirsty MacColl||They Don't Know (7", Single)||Stiff Records, Stiff Records||BUY 47 N, NP/ BUY 47||Portugal||1979|
|BUY 47||Kirsty MacColl||They Don't Know (7", Single, Promo)||Stiff Records||BUY 47||UK||1979|
|BUY 47||Kirsty MacColl||They Don't Know (7", Sho)||Stiff Records||BUY 47||UK||1979|
|P-BUY 47||Kirsty MacColl||They Don't Know (7", Promo, TP, Blu)||Stiff Records||P-BUY 47||UK||1979|