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The Notting Hillbillies - Live In Birminghan flac album

The Notting Hillbillies - Live In Birminghan flac album Performer: The Notting Hillbillies
Title: Live In Birminghan
Released: 1998
MP3 album: 1222 mb
FLAC album: 1750 mb
Rating: 4.4
Genre: Blues

The Notting Hillbillies were a country rock project formed by British singer-songwriter Mark Knopfler in May 1986. The group consisted of Knopfler (guitar and vocals), Steve Phillips (guitar and vocals), Brendan Croker (guitar and vocals), Guy Fletcher (keyboards and vocals), Paul Franklin (pedal steel), Marcus Cliffe (bass), and Ed Bicknell (drums). They gave their first performance at a small club in Leeds, and followed up with a tour.

The Notting Hillbillies was a country music project formed in 1986 by Mark Knopfler, who was then lead guitarist and singer of the Dire Straits, with Brendan Croker, Steve Phillips, and Knopfler's bandmate Guy Fletcher. They made just one album, Missin. resumed Having a Good Time. This album was released on Vertigo (Warner Bros. in the US) in 1990, before returning to concentrate on their primary musical outlets. The Notting Hillbillies have reunited several times for charity gigs.

May 19th, 1990 Studio 8H in New York City's Rockefeller Center. On this date de Notting Hillbillies were musical guests in the USA on NBC's Saturday Night Live, where they performed "Railroad Worksong" and "I Think I Love You Too Much". Great versions and sound, i captured this episode from a rerun a few years ago, i left the voice of Candice Bergen introducing them on both tracks. 1. Raiload Worksong 2. I think i love you too much.

The Notting Hillbillies. Following the incredible success of the Dire Straits’ Brothers In Arms album and tour, Mark Knopfler was looking for a change of pace. Mark formed the country outfit The Notting Hillbillies with old friends Steve Phillips, Brendan Croker and Guy Fletcher. Rounding out the line-up were Ed Bicknell on drums, Marcus Cliffe on bass and Paul Franklin on steel guitar. The Notting Hillbillies decided on that moniker, since they recorded their songs at a studio in the London neighbourhood of Notting Hill. Their first gig happened in May, 1986 at a small club in Leeds. I Think You Love Me Too Much. The Notting Hillbillies. Lonesome Wind Blues (Bonus Track). When It Comes To You. 3:30. 5:39.


1-1 Run Me Down
1-2 One Way Home
1-3 Good Rockin' Tonight
1-4 Your Own Sweet Way
1-5 Railroad Worksong
1-6 Why Worry
1-7 Water Of Love
1-8 Rope Stratojing
1-9 Hobo's Lullaby
1-10 Meet Me In The Botton
1-11 Denomination Blues
1-12 K.C. Moan
1-13 Can't Be Satisfied
2-1 Blues Stay Away From Me
2-2 Calling Elvis
2-3 His Latest Flame
2-4 I Still Miss Someone
2-5 Bewildered
2-6 Mystery Train
2-7 Are We In Trouble Now
2-8 Setting Me Up
2-9 Feel Like Going Home
2-10 Nadine
2-11 Wild Theme
2-12 Next Time I'm In Town