Justin Hayward - Songwriter flac album
Style: Pop Rock, Classic Rock
MP3 album: 1868 mb
FLAC album: 1977 mb
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Songwriter (Justin Hayward album). Songwriter is an album by Justin Hayward released in February 1977. It was later rereleased on CD in 1987 with two bonus tracks, "Marie" (originally released as a single in 1979) and "Learning the Game" (a previously unreleased track, written by Buddy Holly).
Justin David Hayward (born 14 October 1946) is an English musician best known as songwriter, lead singer, and guitarist of the rock band The Moody Blues. Hayward became the group's principal lead guitarist and vocalist over the 1967–1974 period, and the most prolific songwriter and composer of several international hit singles for the band.
Songwriter is an album by Justin Hayward released in February 1977. Hayward wrote all of the songs and played all of the instruments on the songs "Raised On Love" and "Nostradamus. The album also features musicians Hayward had worked with on his previous project, Blue Jays recorded with John Lodge. These included Jim Cockey on violin, Tom Tompkins on viola, and Tim Tompkins on cello, all members of the band Providence, and Mel Galley on bass, Terry Rowley on guitars, and Dave Holland on drums, all members of the band Trapeze. Original Track Listing. All songs were written by Justin Hayward, except where noted. Side One. "Tightrope" - 4:49. Songwriter Part 1" - 3:33. Songwriter Part 2" - 2:34. Country Girl" - 4:02. One Lonely Room" - 5:21.
Band Name Justin Hayward. Album Name Songwriter. Data de aparición 10 Febrero 1977. Labels Deram Records. Miembros poseen este álbum0. 2. Songwriter Parts 1. 3. Songwriter Parts 2. 4. Country Girl.
More albums from Justin Hayward: The View From The Hill by Justin Hayward. Spirits Of The Western Sky by Justin Hayward. Spirit. ive by Justin Hayward. Blue Jays by Justin Hayward. Night Flight by Justin Hayward. Moving Mountains by Justin Hayward. Classic Blue by Justin Hayward. View all albums . Songwriter. Songwriter (Part 1). Songwriter (Part 2).
Justin Hayward was 20 years old when he wrote "Nights in White Satin," the momentous hit that took The Moody Blues in a bold new direction. Justin joined in 1966, replacing Denny Laine, who later teamed up with Paul McCartney in Wings. The band had gone as far as they could emulating American blues artists, so they set out to find a more distinctive sound. In April, Hayward set out on his Stage Door tour, named after a track from his 1977 solo album, Songwriter. The title reflects his journey from young boy hanging out by the stage door without a ticket to the artist going through it. Carl Wiser (Songfacts): Where are you located today? Justin Hayward: We're in Poughkeepsie. We're just basing out of here for a few days. It was later rereleased on CD in 1987 with two bonus tracks, "Marie" and "Learning the Game". The album was released again on Decca. Songwriter (Justin Hayward album). This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. November 2006) (Learn how and when to remove this template message).
|A2||Songwriter (Part 1)||6:05|
|A3||Songwriter (Part 2)|
|A5||One Lonely Room||5:18|
|B1||Lay It On Me||2:56|
|B3||Raised On Love||3:11|
- Distributed By – London Records Of Canada Ltd.
- Arranged By [Strings] – Peter Knight (tracks: A5, B2)
- Bass – Mel Galley
- Cello – Tim Tompkins, Tom Tompkins
- Drums – Dave Holland
- Engineer – Dave Baker, Derek Varnals, Tony Clarke
- Engineer [Assistant] – Dean Rod
- Guitar – Terry Rowley
- Keyboards – Ken Freeman
- Producer – Tony Clarke
- Viola – Tom Tompkins
- Violin – Jim Cockey
- Vocals, Guitar – Justin Hayward
- Written-By – Justin Hayward
NotesGatefold, Tracks A2 + A3 have a combined time of 6:05 minutes
|SDL 15||Justin Hayward||Songwriter (LP, Album)||Deram||SDL 15||UK||1977|
|none||Justin Hayward||Songwriter (14xFile, MP3, Album, RM)||Decca||none||UK & Europe||2004|
|DES 18073||Justin Hayward||Songwriter (LP, Album, Gat)||Deram||DES 18073||US||1977|
|DES 18073||Justin Hayward||Songwriter (LP, Album, Club)||Deram||DES 18073||US||1977|
|GP 1078||Justin Hayward||Songwriter (LP, Album, Gat)||Deram||GP 1078||Japan||1977|