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What Is So Funny About Peace Love And Understanding? (CD)
Brinsley Schwarz, fronted by Nick Lowe, were pioneers of the 1970s pub rock movement. They embraced a number of influences, primarily The Band, rock 'n' roll and soul. This album was compiled by Brinsley Schwarz and features the best of the BBC sessions, originally recorded for John Peel and Bob Harris between 1972 and 1975. Also included is one session fronted by the great Frankie Miller. None of these recordings have ever been available before and the booklet features liner notes by Brinsley himself.
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Similar artists: IAN GOMM, NICK LOWE
Type: CD
Recorded: 1972
Release Date: 2001-10-22
Label: Hux Records
Country: Euro
Item No: HUX023
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Track List
01 Havin' a party
02 Small town big city
03 Everybody
04 I got the real thing
05 (what's so funny 'bout) peace love and understanding
06 Ann eliza jane
07 You don't need to laugh
08 Wild night
09 It's been so long
10 She's got to be real
11 Nevous on the road
12 You got me hummin'
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