The Glitter Band - Rock 'N' Roll Dudes album flac
|A1||For Always And Ever|
|A2||Sweet Baby Blue|
|A3||I Can't Stop|
|A4||Write Me A Letter|
|A5||All My Love|
|A6||Goodbye My Love|
|B2||Bring Her Back|
|B3||Pictures Of You|
|B4||Do You Remember|
|B5||You're Trying Too Hard|
|B6||Let's Get Together Again|
- Pressed By – EMI Records
- Produced For – GTO Productions
- Made By – Shorewood Packaging Co. Ltd.
- Mastered By – π
- Producer – Mike Leander
NotesProduced for G.T.O. Productions
Shorepak by Shorewood Packaging Co. Ltd. England
Title on cover and spine: "Rock'n Roll Dudes".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): BELLS 253 A-1U RT π 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): BELLS 253 B-1U RM π 1
|1C 062-96 497||The Glitter Band||Rock 'n' Roll Dudes (LP, Album)||Bell Records, EMI Electrola||1C 062-96 497||Germany||1975|
|GLAM CD 24||The Glitter Band||Rock 'n' Roll Dudes (CD, Album, RE, RM)||7T's Records||GLAM CD 24||UK||2007|
|TC-BEL 253||The Glitter Band||Rock 'N' Roll Dudes (Cass, Album)||Bell Records||TC-BEL 253||UK||1975|
|1 J 062-96892||The Glitter Band||Rock 'N' Roll Dudes (LP, Album)||Bell Records||1 J 062-96892||Spain||1975|
|BELLS 253||The Glitter Band||Rock 'n' Roll Dudes (LP, Album)||Bell Records||BELLS 253||Australia||1975|
Vinil remasterizado por Paulo All (vinyl remastered by Paulo All) Glam Rock - Banda do Gary Glitter - Gravadora BELL, ODEON - Brasil LADO 1 01 - For always.
Rock 'N' Roll Dudes (LP, Album). 1C 062-96 497. The Glitter Band. Rock 'n' Roll Dudes (LP, Album). GLAM CD 24. Rock 'n' Roll Dudes (CD, Album, RE, RM). 7T's Records. UK. 2007. TC-BEL 253.
Band Name The Glitter Band. Album Name Rock'n' Roll Dudes. Data de lançamento 1975. Estilo de MúsicaGlam Rock. Membros têm este álbum1. 1. For Always and Ever.
The Glitter Band are a glam rock band from England, who initially worked as Gary Glitter's backing band under that name from 1973, when they then began releasing records of their own. They were unofficially known as the Glittermen on the first four hit singles by Gary Glitter from 1972 to 1973. The Glitter Band had seven UK Top 20 hit singles in the mid-1970s, and three hit albums. Pete Phipps and John Springate are still currently touring with The Glitter Band. John Rossall tours under his own name.
Rock 'n' Roll Dudes is the second album by English band The Glitter Band released in 1975 on the Bell record label. The album reached No. 17 in the UK Albums Chart. Produced by Mike Leander in Paris and London for . Sound Supervision by John Hudson. Album cover photography by J. Trapman. Album sleeve design by MLT Marketing Associates.
Despite the success of Rock N Roll Dudes glam was pretty much a spent force though by the end of 1975, the jig appeared to be up for the Glitter Band and their parting shot to the era Listen To The Band is very much the sound of a band uneasily trying to move with the times. Almost totally abandoning their trademark sound, this album was the archetypal mid-70s Pop Rock record. The album bombed in the UK and after the Folk Rock-tinged single Don’t Make Promises missed out on the charts as well, things looked grim for the one-time chart certainties. On this front, things would only get worse. Paris Match was originally issued under the G Band name to distance themselves from their recent history and the fading Glam trend.
This song is by The Glitter Band and appears on the album Rock 'n' Roll Dudes (1975) and on the compilation album The Glitter Band's Greatest Hits (1976). Darling please don't leave me nowI need you more than ever;Don't be sadDon't let me see you cryI'll love youLove you forever:Think of me when you are far awayThink of me at least once ev'ry day. I say good-bye my love good-bye my loveTill we meet once again;Yes it's good-bye my love good-bye my loveSay it's not the end.
1998 - Rock And Roll Gary Glitter's Greatest Hits. 1998 - The Best Of The Glitter Band. 1999 - The Ultimate-25 Years Of Hits. 2000 - The Bell Singles Collection (The Glitter Band). 2001 - On. RAW Paste Data.
The Glitter Band’s four studio albums have been collected together by Cherry Red. Whilst they appeared on stage and on television stomping, chanting ‘Hey! and backing you-know-who they didn’t play on his records (brass section aside). Which is lucky really, as that should mean they remain untainted from the corpulent shadow of the leader of the gang. Their second album ‘Rock N Roll Dudes’, despite its naff title is much better. Having ‘dudes’ in your album title would have been cool in 1972, riding the Mott The Hoople zeitgeist but in 1975 it was laughable This album features their biggest hit Goodbye My Love, as loved by Luke Haines. It also contains Let’s Get Together Again which was covered by The Human League on their ill-fated ‘Romantic?’ album in 1990.