Mark Williams - The Game album flac
- Mastered At – Curve Pusher
- Pressed By – Curved Pressings
- Published By – Artificial Vinyl Music
- Distributed By – Pure Plastic Distribution
- Mastered By – Lawrie*
- Written-By – Mark Williams
NotesSide A plays at 45 rpm, Side B at 33⅓ rpm
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): BDMC 001 A [email protected]
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): BDMC 001 B [email protected]
|BDMC001||Mark Williams||The Game (12", Promo)||Macumba||BDMC001||UK||2004|
Mark Williams is the self-titled debut studio album by New Zealand-born singer Mark Williams. It was released in June 1975 a year after being signed to EMI Music by Alan Galbraith.
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Mark Williams (born 21 August 1954) is a New Zealand singer with Recording Industry Association of New Zealand (RIANZ) number one hit singles, "Yesterday Was Just the Beginning of My Life" (1975) and a cover of Buddy Holly's "It Doesn't Matter Anymore" (1977) before he relocated to Australia later that year. His single, "Show No Mercy" (1990) was a top ten hit in both countries. He has undertaken extensive touring in support of numerous Australian bands and worked in television
Mark Williams (born 22 August 1959) is an English actor, screenwriter and presenter. He also played Brian Williams in the BBC series Doctor Who, and Olaf Petersen in Red Dwarf. More recently he has appeared as the title character in the BBC series Father Brown.
Born in Northland, New Zealand, Williams was a huge pop star in the mid 1970s in NZ. He moved to Australia in the late 1970s where he continues to perform as a solo act, and as a member of the New Zealand band, Dragon.
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Mark Williams was born in 1954 and originated from Te Kopura in Northland. Mark and some of his schoolmates from Dargaville High formed a group called the Face. The Face consisted of Mark on vocals and rhythm guitar, Willie Hona on lead guitar, Mack Tane on bass and Greg Findlay on drums. Willie Hona was later to play with the Herbs, before going solo and recording an album in 1991). The Face won the Northland heat of the National Battle of the Bands competition in September 1971, and finished third overall in the grand final held in Auckland in the new year