Category: Blues

Why Did I Let You Go - Chris Britton - As I Am (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Mar 16,  · The record doesn't sound as The Troggs at all. It's more acoustic and soft ballad style with stings on many songs. "Sit Down Beside Me" sounds almost like Stone Roses, 20 years ahead of the time. The other songs are hard to compare with anything else. All songs are written by Chris Britton except Evil Woman (Spooky Tooth). I really recommend.
  2. "Wild Thing" is a song written by American songwriter Chip Taylor and popularized by the English rock band the Troggs. It was originally recorded and released by the American rock band the Wild Ones in , but it did not chart. The Troggs' single reached number one on the Billboard Hot and number two on the UK Singles Chart in Their version of "Wild Thing" was ranked at number
  3. Mar 25,  · Maybe Time Will Change You Fly With Me If You Really Care Run And Hide How Do You Say Goodbye Sleep My Love Why Did I Let You Go Evil Woman Learn To Love Life You'll Be Living Written-By – C. Britton (tracks: 1 to 11, 13), L. Weiss (tracks: 12).
  4. As I Am, an Album by Chris Britton. Released in on Page One (catalog no. POLS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Psychedelic Folk, Psychedelic Pop. Featured peformers: Chris Britton (electric guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals), Colin Frechter (piano, organ, harpsichord, producer, arranger), Roger Pope (drums, percussion), Nigel Olsson (drums), Tony Murray (bass), Ian Duck (harmonica), Frank Owen.
  5. Jan 13,  · Filename E:\As I Am [AIRAC]\11 Chris Britton - Why Did I Let You thepurjuncsixirimespadaliformi.xyzinfo Peak level % Extraction speed X Track quality % Test CRC AE3DF Copy CRC AE3DF Accurately ripped (confidence 2) [FB6FB30C] (AR v1) Copy OK Track 12 Filename E:\As I Am [AIRAC]\12 Chris Britton - Evil thepurjuncsixirimespadaliformi.xyzinfo Peak level % Extraction speed.
  6. Oct 05,  · Chris Britton himself, described the LP sleevenote, as "an ego trip", but mercifully it is never self obsessed, bloated, contrived or maniacal. It is fascinating, it is a fascinating colection of a dozen self-penned songs (plus one cover version), but as with most "ego trips", it was ignored by the record buying public.
  7. Chris Britton himself, described the LP sleevenote, as "an ego trip", but mercifully it is never self obsessed, bloated, contrived or maniacal. It is fascinating, it is a fascinating colection of a dozen self-penned songs (plus one cover version), but as with most "ego trips", it .
  8. Oct 06,  · Chris Britton - Why Did I Let You Go () - Duration: Psych Spaniolos views. Allan Sheldon Mirror Of My Mind - Duration: swissybo 6, views.

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