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David Essex - All The Fun Of The Fair

David Essex - All The Fun Of The Fair
Title:
All The Fun Of The Fair
Performer:
David Essex
Style:
Pop Rock
Released:
1975
Catalog:
S-ASF.1863
Country:
South Africa
MP3 album size:
1205 mb
FLAC album size:
2146 mb
Genre:
Label:
CBS

Tracklist


1Coconut Ice3:30
2If I Could4:15
3Won't Get Burned Again3:40
4All The Fun Of The Fair6:45
5Hold Me Close3:55
6Watch Out (Carolina)3:50
7Here It Comes Again5:00
8Funfair (Reprise)2:35
9Circles5:00
10Rolling Stone5:30


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CBS 69160, S 69160, 69160David Essex All The Fun Of The Fair ‎(LP, Album)CBS, CBS, CBSCBS 69160, S 69160, 69160UK1975
CBS 69160David Essex All The Fun Of The Fair ‎(LP, Album)CBSCBS 69160Europe1975
GLAMCD 158David Essex All The Fun Of The Fair ‎(CD, Album, RM)7T's RecordsGLAMCD 158UK2015
SBP 234744, S 69160David Essex All The Fun Of The Fair ‎(LP, Album)CBS, CBSSBP 234744, S 69160Australia1975
40-69160David Essex All The Fun Of The Fair ‎(Cass, Album)CBS40-69160UK1975


Credits


  • Artwork, Other [Retouching]M. Boncza
  • BassMike Thorn
  • Design, Art DirectionRoslav Szaybo
  • DrumsBarry De Souza
  • EngineerGeoff Young
  • GuitarChris Spedding, Jo Partridge
  • Keyboards, SynthesizerKen Freeman, Mike Garson
  • Lacquer Cut By [Disc Cutting]Alan Landau
  • Mastered ByArun
  • Photography ByPeter Lavery
  • Producer, Arranged By, Keyboards, SynthesizerJeff Wayne
  • SaxophoneAlan Wakeman, Dave White
  • Tape OpKen Thomas, Rockette, Paul Northfield
  • VocalsThe Real Thing
  • Written-By, PercussionDavid Essex


Notes


Matt gatefold sleeve.


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (A-side ): ASF 1863 b 9160 A
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side ): ASF 1863 - BL 33813


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – CBS Records
  • Produced For – JWM Productions
  • Engineered At – Advision Studios
  • Published By – April Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Rock On Music
  • Distributed By – Gramophone Record Co. (Pty.) Ltd.


Video



Album


All the Fun of the Fair is a jukebox musical with a book by Jon Conway, based on the songs of David Essex. The title of the musical is taken from David Essex's 1975 album All the Fun of the Fair. The plot is fictional, not autobiographical. Its initial provincial run in the UK took it to Cardiff, Nottingham, Wimbledon, Milton Keynes, Plymouth, Norwich, Belfast, Birmingham, Hull, Sunderland, Southampton, Liverpool, High Wycombe, Swansea, Northampton, Llandudno and Bristol. Songs in album David Essex - All The Fun Of The Fair 1975. David Essex - All The Fun Of The Fair. David Essex - Hold Me Close. David Essex - Circles. David Essex - If I Could. David Essex - Rolling Stone. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. David Essex : vocals Chris Spedding : guitars. And what is he to make of the dangerous predictions of the fair's. Inspired by David's debut album, this roller-coaster ride is underscored by chiming Chris Spedding guitar lament opens David Essex's third album, paving the way for what remains the most adventurous yet of the singer's '70s output. Loosely thematic, if not all-out conceptual, All the Fun of the Fair opens and closes with a dive into the underworld of fairground culture that so fascinated the youthful Essex, and was so exquisitely recreated for That'll Be the Day. All the Fun of the Fair itself is a quirky rocker peopled with the Jack the Lad roustabouts that man the machines, and laden with such spot-on sound effects that the smell of. Album 1975 10 Songs. Rock 1975. All the Fun of the Fair. 6: Essex. Released 1975. All the Fun of the Fair Tracklist. All The Fun Of The Fair Lyrics. Hold Me Close Lyrics. David Essex's first notable acting role was the lead in the stage musical, Godspell in 1971. Two years later, he starred in the film That'll Be The Day 1973 and recorded a major hit single, Rock On which he wroDavid Essex's first notable acting role was the lead in the stage musical, Godspell in 1971. Two years later, he starred in the film That'll Be The Day 1973 and recorded a major hit single, Rock On which he wro read more. Similar Artists. Play all. 62,161 listeners. Band Name David Essex. Album Name All the Fun of the Fair. Type Album. Released date 1975. Labels Columbia Records CBS Records. Members owning this album0. Hold Me Close. The title track of David Essex's third album, the lyric touched on the singer's Irish Traveller Jack-the-Lad ancestry and his role as Jimmy McLean, a heartless fairground Romeo in That'll Be The Day: Greasy hair, eyes of black that coldly stare The fairground king, lord of the rings He, steal your kiss Lifting your soul with a tattoo'd sigh. A lot of my relations on my mum's side and I used to work in the fairgrounds and they always interested me, Essex confided to Circus. Jimmy McLean was a perfect part for me. That was one of the weirdest things eve. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country