Tim Andrews : Something About Suburbia: 60's Sounds Of Tim

CD [Cover Art for Tim Andrews / Something About Suburbia: 60's Sounds Of Tim] Your Price: $12.15
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Sell date: 7/2013
Label: Rpm Records UK
Mfg's Catalog#: 2959928
CDC Part#: 1731558
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Chris Andrews is best known for the six singles he cut for EMI's Parlophone label between 1967 and 1970 under the name of Tim Andrews. (a name change to avoid confusion with the other singer/songwriter Chris Andrews who was already well established on the music scene). His superb solo recordings - collected here for the first time - represent only part of an eclectic music career that could have only happened in the '60s. Prior to signing to EMI as a solo artist in 1967, Andrews had played the 'Artful Dodger' in both the London and New York casts of Lionel Bart's Oliver, before returning to London in 1965 and doing stints in such seminal mod and freakbeat bands as the Gremlins and Fleur de Lys, as both a singer and guitarist. During his time with Fleur de Lys, Andrews also provided the lead vocal on the highly rated 'Summer of Love' single Reflections of Charles Brown, which was issued under the name Rupert's People. RPM. 2013.

 
 Tracks
 
High Time Baby - the Gremlins
Mud in Your Eye - Fleur De Lys
Hold on - Rupert's People
Reflections of Charles Brown - Rupert's People
Sad Simon Lives Again
You Won't Be Seeing Me Anymore
(Something About) Suburbia
Your Tea Is Strong
Smile If You Want to - Tim Andrews & Paul Korda
Making Love to Him - Tim Andrews & Paul Korda
Angel Face - Tim Andrews & Paul Korda
Waiter Get Me a Drink - Tim Andrews & Paul Korda
How Many More Hearts Must Be Broken - Tim Andrews & Paul Korda
Discovery - Tim Andrews & Paul Korda
Tiny Goddess
Josephine