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10CC - Collected (Ltd) LP2

10CC - Collected (Ltd) LP2


30 Juni 2017



27.99 
 24.99

Artikelcode: S84110

10CC - Collected (Ltd)    LP2


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Artiest:
10CC
Titel:
Collected (Ltd)
Release:
30 Juni 2017
Maatschappij:
Music on Vinyl
EAN:
0602557107197
LP.
2 (gatefold)
Tracks:
Lp1 kant 1
1. Donna
2. Rubber Bullets
3. The Dean And I
4. Wall Street Shuffle
5. Silly Love
6. Life Is A Minestrone
7. Arts For Arts Sake

Lp1 kant 2
1. I’m Not In Love
2. Lazy Ways
3. I’m Mandy Fly Me
4. Une Nuit A Paris (Part 1) / The Same Night In Paris (Part 2)
5. The Things We Do For Love

Lp2 kant 1
1. Don’t Hang Up
2. Marriage Bureau Rendezvous
3. Good Morning Judge
4. People In Love
5. Feel The Benefit

Lp2 kant 2
1. You’ve Got A Cold
2. Dreadlock Holiday
3. Feel The Love
4. Godley & Creme – An Englishman In New York
5. Godley & Creme – Cry


Info:
1e oplage 1500 stuks Wit genummerd

• 180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE VINYL
• GATEFOLD SLEEVE INCLUDING INSIDE
 LINER NOTES
• PVC PROTECTIVE SLEEVE
• LIMITED FIRST PRESSING OF 1.500
 INDIVIDUALLY NUMBERED

Next to other incredible artists in the COLLECTED series it’s time for the band 10cc. It all started in Manchester, where Kevin Godley and Lol Creme knew each other as children and Graham Gouldman and Godley attended the same secondary school. They all shared one big passion; music. The first hit “Donna” was a Godley/Creme composition and reached number 2 in 1972. Shortly after “Rubber Bullets” became a hit internationally and gave 10cc their first number 1 single in 1973. They consolidated their success a few months later with “The Dean And I”. The tracks all featured on their 1973 debut album 10cc. The second album Sheet Music was released in 1974 and contained the hits “The Wall Street Shuffle” and “Silly Love”. Sheet Music became the band’s breakthrough album paving the way for a tour in 1974. 10cc’s third album, The Original Soundtrack, which was already complete, was released just weeks later. The single “Life Is A Minestrone” became another hit but their biggest success came with the worldwide hit “I’m Not In Love” in 1975. Their fourth album, How Dare You!, featured two more hits –“Art For Art’s Sake” in 1975 and “I’m Mandy, Fly Me” from 1976. But by this time the relationships between the members had begun to fray, and it was the last album with the original line-up. Godley & Creme went on to achieve cult success as a song writing and recording duo, scoring several hits and releasing a string of innovative albums and singles. The video for their 1985 single “Cry” is especially notable as one of the first mainstream uses of image morphing technology. Stewart and Gouldman recruited drummer Paul Burgess for session work on their next album, Deceptive Bends. The album yielded two hit singles,
“The Things We Do For Love” and “Good Morning Judge”. Fenn, Tosh, Burgess and keyboardist Duncan Mackay were full members of the band when 10cc performed on 1978’s Bloody Tourists, which provided the band with another hit single, the reggae-styled “Dreadlock Holiday”. Gouldman and Stewart fired the band before recording Ten Out of 10 in 1981 as a duo. The duo’s next official 10cc album, Windows in the Jungle, was released in 1983 and contained the hit “Feel The Love”. COLLECTED now includes an album by 10cc, with releases of all original members, solo projects