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Fools Gold - Graham Parker - Pourin It All Out: The Mercury Years (Vinyl, LP)

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  • Meshicage
    says:
    LIVE AT MARBLE ARCH (Vertigo promo album GP1, 7/, UK) Produced by Nick Lowe Side 1: White Honey / That's What They All Say / Back Door Love / Back to Schooldays / Silly Thing Side 2: Chain of Fools / Don't Ask Me Questions / You Can't Hurry Love / Soul Shoes / Kansas City - All tracks have been issued officially in on the "Vertigo" compilation double CD, and again on the "That's When.
  • Yozshuzragore
    says:
    Graham Parker (born 18 November , London, England) is a British rock singer and songwriter, who is best known as the lead singer of the popular British bandGraham Parker & the Rumour. Despite moderate commercial success, Parker has been hailed by critics as one the most prominent musicians of his generation, with his wittily heated, often class-conscious lyrics and energy-fueled music.
  • Zuluzilkree
    says:
    Either way, Parker soon found himself on Arista Records, whose first Graham Parker and the Rumour release was a promotional 45 not-so-subtly titled "Mercury Poisoning" that took deadly aim at Parker's former record company ("I've got mercury poisoning/it's fatal and it don't get better" was one of the nicer lyrics that Parker spat out).
  • Zunris
    says:
    6. Pourin' It All Out 7. Back Door Love 8. Something You're Going Through 9. Help Me Shake It Fool's Gold "Heat Treatment" is a Southside Johnny-esque horn-powered piece of rock/soul with Parker's voice showing just how he influenced Elvis Costello on his first album a year later/5(66).
  • Mikagul
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    Heat Treatment, an Album by Graham Parker. Released 22 October on Vertigo (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pub Rock, Singer/Songwriter. Featured peformers: Graham Parker (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, arranger, writer), Brinsley Schwarz (guitar, backing vocals), Bob Andrews (keyboards, backing vocals), Albie Donnelly (saxophone), John Earle (saxophone), Danny Ellis .
  • Fenrile
    says:
    Graham Parker. Singer, songwriter. Self-Described “ Mod ” “ Pure Energy Fueling Emotional Catharsis ” Split From The Rumour. Selected discography. Sources. British rocker Graham Parker teamed up with a feisty bar band called The Rumour in the mids, joining an intense, immediate “ pub rock ” movement that blossomed into the punk rebellion. Parker recorded several albums with.
  • Mooguzragore
    says:
    Graham Parker. Graham Parker (born 18 November , London, England) is a British rock singer and songwriter, who is best known as the lead singer of the popular British band Graham Parker & the Rumour. Update this biography» Complete biography of Graham Parker».
  • Faesho
    says:
    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Graham Parker - Pourin' It All Out: The Mercury Years at Discogs. Complete your Graham Parker collection/5(6).
  • Nitaxe
    says:
    Fool's Gold. Graham Parker. Pourin' It All Out: Mercury Years. d e d I'm a fool so I'm told I get left in the cold E d a Cause I will search the world for that fool's gold ya all sold out for the fools gold Is it too much street or heart and soul or is it too. Fool's Gold. Amy Winehouse.
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