Tom Robinson Band - Glad To Be Gay / Right On Sister FLAC album
The Tom Robinson Band.
Recorded live in concert in Manchester for So It Goes, broadcast 6 November 1977.
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Glad to Be Gay" is a song by British punk rock/new wave group Tom Robinson Band. It is one of their defining songs, in addition to being considered Britain's national gay anthem since its release. The song was originally written by Tom Robinson for a London gay pride parade in 1976, inspired by the directness and confrontational style of the Sex Pistols. An out gay singer, he subsequently formed the Tom Robinson Band with three straight musicians.
Album Power in the Darkness. Right On Sister Lyrics and I say. Right on, sister Right on sister, right on. More o.13. Glad to Be Gay. 14. Right On Sister. 15. 2-4-6-8 Motorway. 16. I Shall Be Released. 17. I'm Alright Jack. Don't Take No for an Answer.
Lyrics to "Glad To Be Gay" song by Tom Robinson Band: The British Police are the best in the world I don't believe one of these stories I've heard 'Bout .Pictures of naked young women are fun In Titbits and Playboy, page three of The Sun There's no nudes in Gay News, our one magazine But they still found excuses to call it obscene. Read how disgusting we are in the press The Telegraph people and Sunday Express Molesters of children, corruptors of youth It's there in the paper, it must be the truth
Tom Robinson (born 1 June 1950) is a British singer-songwriter, bassist and radio presenter, better known for the hits "Glad to Be Gay", "2-4-6-8 Motorway", and "Don't Take No for an Answer", with his Tom Robinson Band. 12.
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Originally written by Tom Robinson for the London Gay Pride parade in 1976, Glad to Be Gay has become a LGBT anthem in the UK. The song was a sharp critique of the British hostile stance towards homosexuality. Note that at the time, in England, same-sex relations had been legal for only nine years, with the enactment of the Sexual Offences Act in 1967, which decriminalized homosexual acts performed in the private sphere between men over 21 years. The song had a good reception and, within a week of its release, reached the 18th place on the UK Singles Chart. He later formed the Tom Robinson Band with three other musicians, who together released the song as part of the album Rising Free, in 1978. The lyrics of Glad to Be Gay are made of four main verses, each one addressing a different issue affecting the homosexual population in Britain back then.
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|A||Glad To Be Gay
Written By – Tom Robinson
|B||Right On Sister||2:53|
- Producer – Chris Thomas
NotesRecorded in England
|4568||Tom Robinson Band||Right On Sister (7", Single)||Harvest||4568||Canada||1978|