Trapeze - On The Sunny Side Of The Street album FLAC
Album, 1970, Threshold Records. 1. It's Only a Dream. 2. The Giant's Dead, Hoorah! 03:31. 13. Sunny Side of the Street.
And that happy tune is your step Life can be so sweet On the sunny side of the street. I used to walk in the shade With those blues on parade But I'm not afraid This Rover crossed over. If I never have a cent I'd be rich as Rockefeller Gold dust at my feet On the sunny side of the street Grab your street. Songwriters: Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh.
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Trapeze toured extensively in promotion of Medusa, primarily in the US, including a stint in December 1970 supporting The Moody Blues and numerous headline tours throughout 1971, before releasing their third album You Are the Music. We're Just the Band on 1 December 1972. The album was primarily written by Hughes (three tracks were written by the Galley brothers), produced by Neil Slaven, and featured a number of guest contributors including Rod Argent on piano and B. J. Cole on steel guitar. On the Sunny Side of the Street" (1975). Don't Ask Me How I Know" (1979). Running Away" (1980).
The Man On the Flying Trapeze. Exactly Like You. On the Sunny Side of the Street. Too Bad. Other albums. At the Swing Cats Ball. Sweet Sue, Just You. Nagasaki.
His uncle Val Parnell was general manager of the London Palladium. Parnell was educated at Brighton and Hove Grammar School and studied piano from the age of five and drums for a year with Max Abrams. He made his debut, playing the drums for a concert party on the front at Scarborough in 1939. John Russell 'Jack' Parnell (born 6 August 1923) is an English bandleader and musician.
On The Sunny Side Of The Street. Not Trapeze's best, but still very good. The line-up on "Trapeze" matches the one heard on the band's previous album, "Hot Wire. Guitarist/singer Mel Galley remains the main contributor, writing or co-writing nearly all of the 10 songs on the disc. Rob Kendrick is back to do guitar work. Drummer Dave Holland and bassist Pete Wright also appear again.
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|A||On The Sunny Side Of The Street
Written-By – D. Fields*, J. McHugh*
Written-By – Mel Galley, Tom Galley
- Producer – Steve Smith
|K 16606||Trapeze||On The Sunny Side Of The Street (7", Single, Sol)||Warner Bros. Records||K 16606||UK||1975|