Georgie Fame - Georgie Fame FLAC album
29 –Georgie Fame Ride Your Pony 18:21 –Georgie Fame Moody's Mood For Love 21:01 –Georgie Fame Funny How Time Slips Away 25:23 –Georgie Fame Sunny 28:51 –Georgie Fame Sitting In The Park 31:25 –Georgie Fame And The Blue Flames Green Onions 34:45 –Georgie Fame And The Blue Flames In The Meantime 36:57 –Georgie Fame
Album · 1996 · 20 Songs. Georgie Fame & Alan Price.
Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames were a noted British rhythm and blues/soul, jazz, ska, pop group during the 1960s. They were also the backing band for Billy Fury. At the end of 1961, their piano player Georgie Fame took over as vocalist and they went on to enjoy great success without Fury. They were influenced by Jon Hendricks, Mose Allison and blues musicians such as Willie Mabon.
Georgie Fame (born Clive Powell; 26 June 1943) is an English rhythm and blues and jazz singer and keyboard player. Fame, who had a string of 1960s hits, is still a popular performer, often working with contemporaries such as Van Morrison and Bill Wyman. Fame is the only British pop star to have achieved three number one hits with his only Top 10 chart entries: "Yeh, Yeh" in 1964, "Get Away", in 1966 and "The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde" in 1967.
Biography by Steve Huey. Early champion of ska and blue-beat.
Georgie Fame (b. June 26, 1943) is a British rhythm and blues and jazz singer and keyboard player whose real name is Clive Powell. Fame was born in Leigh in Lancashire. At sixteen years of age he entered into a management agreement with Larry Parnes, who gave artists new names such as Marty Wilde and Billy Fury.
By the time Clive Powell, renamed Georgie Fame by Rock ‘n’ Roll impresario Larry Parnes, moved over from Columbia Records to CBS at the tail end of 1966 he was a firmly established recording artist and live attraction. In the early days with his backing combo the Blue Flames he had delighted the Mods with his mix of Blues, cool Jazz and Ska at legendary 60s clubs the Flamingo and The Scene. Despite many hit singles and still being an undisputable force live, Fame was surely far from the cutting edge when this album was released in the Summer Of Love. If the album’s title was a play on his standing as a face to the Mods, most of those original stylists themselves had moved onto other things by 1967. Psychedelia was everywhere and even Fame’s potent and wide ranging musical palette lacked any hint of the trippy, loved up vibe.
Anybody interested in a bit more interesting dialogue and information should join us here. we are the same team that hosts this page. May 4 at 1:02 AM ·. youtube. Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames - Big Brother - (Live in Germany 1991). Live at Theaterhaus - Stuttgart - Germany - 1991 Georgie Fame - Organ & Vocals Dave Cliff - Guitar Steve Gregory - Tenor Saxophone Guy Baker - Trumpet Brian.
It's an album full of covers, wisely chosen and perfectly fitting by his voice and the musical arrangements. The natural warmth of his vocals are wonderfully underscored by the thoughtful arrangements. With the simple approach he masters to create a subtlety which often was missing in his previous records. The English rhythm and blues and jazz singer Georgie Fame had a string of hits during the 1960s. He is still a popular performer and often works together with other musicians. 180 gram audiophile vinyl.
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|A1||Knock On Wood
Written-By – E. Floyd*, S. Cropper*
|A2||All I'm Asking
Written-By – C. Powell*
|B1||Didn't Want To Have To Do It
Written-By – J. Sebastian*
|B2||Close The Door
Written-By – J. Tex*
- Published By – Carlin Music Corp.
- Published By – B. Feldman & Co. Ltd.
- Published By – Robbins Music Corp. Ltd.
- Published By – London Tree Music
- Engineer – Roger Cameron
- Photography By [Back Cover] – John Seymour
- Photography By [Front Cover] – Dezo Hoffmann
- Producer – Denny Cordell
NotesA1: Carlin Music Corp.
A2: B. Feldman & Co. Ltd.
B1: Robbins Music Corp. Ltd.
B2: London Tree Music
|6363||Georgie Fame||Knock On Wood (7", EP)||CBS||6363||Portugal||1967|
|EP 6363||Georgie Fame||Georgie Fame (7", EP, 4 P)||CBS||EP 6363||UK||1967|
|EP 6363||Georgie Fame||Georgie Fame (7", EP)||CBS||EP 6363||Portugal||1967|