Keith West - Sam - From A Teenage Opera album FLAC
- Performer: Keith West
- Title: Sam - From A Teenage Opera
- Genre: Pop
- Formats: AUD AAC MOD MP1 MP4 ADX ASF
- Released: 1968
- Style: Vocal
- MP3 album: 1572 mb
- FLAC album: 1511 mb
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 455
Keith West - Excerpt from a teenage opera. Lyrics "Keith West - Excerpt from a teenage opera". Count the days into years His eighty two brings many fears Yesterday's laughter turned to tears His arms and legs don't feel so strong His heart is weak, there's something wrong Opens windows in despair, tries to breathe in some fresh air His conscience cries: "get on your feet Without you, Jack, the town can't eat" Grocer Jack, grocer.
Sam (From "A Teenage Opera"). Arranged By, Conductor, Producer – Mark P. Wirtz Written-By – K. Hopkins, Mark Wirtz. Vocals – Keith West. Made in Denmark" on the labels.
Soundtrack album by. Mark Wirtz and Tomorrow. Excerpt from 'A Teenage Opera'" (also known as "Grocer Jack") is a 1967 single by Keith West, produced by Mark Wirtz. It was a big hit in Europe, peaking at number two on the UK Singles Chart. The single was part of a bigger "A Teenage Opera" project. In 1971, West released a solo album, Wherever My Love Goes, on the German progressive rock record label, Kuckuck. It featured his songwriting partner Ken Burgess and steel guitarist Glenn Ross Campbell (ex-The Misunderstood). Two tracks of it were produced by Andrew Oldham.
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Excerpt from a Teenage Opera, Keith West (1967). A huge UK hit in the autumn of 1967, this four-and-a-half minute song summarised many of that year's fads: ornate instrumentation, several themes, the return to childhood (most notably in the kids' chorus that provides the hook). However, it does not refer to adolescents at all, being a taster for producer Mark Wirtz's ambitious (and stillborn) A Teenage Opera - which is very of the period. 24. An Open Letter to My Teenage Son, Victor Lundberg (1967) . From the group's last really great album, Rocket to Russia, 'Teenage Lobotomy' thrives on its sick humour: 'Now I guess I'll have to tell 'em/ that I got no cerebellum. 37. Bored Teenagers, The Adverts (1978). Punk continued glam's obsession with the word teenage.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||–Keith West||Izvadak Iz "A Teenage Opera"
Written-By – K. Hopkins*Written-By, Arranged By, Conductor – Mark Wirtz
|A2||–Mark Wirtz' Mood Mosaic*||Thimble Full Of Puzzles
Written-By – Ferdy*
|B||–Keith West||Sam (From "A Teenage Opera")
Arranged By, Conductor – Mark WirtzWritten-By – Hopkins*, Wirtz*
- Producer – Mark Wirtz
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (side A runout area data): EPP-9172A 21368 MK
- Matrix / Runout (side B runout area data): EPP-9172B 21368-23368 MK-VP