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The Albums – 3CD Boxset comprising of Tracks, Dreamin’, and . Posted by Michael in Uncategorized and tagged as.
Tracks (Liverpool Express album). Tracks is the debut studio album by Liverpool Express, released in June 1976 (UK). It features two of the band's most memorable songs, "You Are My Love" and "Every Man Must Have a Dream", both of which were Top 10 hits in Europe and South America, and Top 20 hits in the UK. Other notable hit singles were "Hold Tight" and "Smile".
Band Name Liverpool Express. Type EP. 发布日期 十月 1978. 4. So Here I Go Again. Other productions from Liverpool Express.
Dreamin' is the second studio album by Liverpool Express, released in early 1978. The album features the band's last UK Top 40 hit, "Dreamin'". Like the previous two singles, "Dreamin'" reached No. 1 in Brazil. This album was released in South America only. Songbird, Sing Your Song", was scheduled to be the third single release from this album in late 1977. The album was originally titled, Low Profile, but this changed upon release. This LP was the last to feature drummer, Derek Cashin.
Dreamin' is the second studio album by Liverpool Express, released in March 1978, in South America only. The album features the band's hit single, "Dreamin'. Other popular song's from this album are: "So Here I Go Again"; "Margie"; "Last Train Home"; and "Songbird, Sing Your Song". The album was released on CD for the first time in 2017 along with "Tracks (Liverpool Express album)" and ". Each CD was presented in a boxset with a booklet detailing the band's history.
Liverpool Express (also known as . are a British pop rock band formed in 1975. They are best known for charting several hit songs such as "You Are My Love" (which Paul McCartney once declared one of his favourite songs), "Every Man Must Have A Dream", "Dreamin'", "Don't Stop The Music", and "Smile". Musicians, Billy Kinsley, Roger Scott Craig, Tony Coates, and Derek Cashin met each other during a game of football in Liverpool.
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Written-By – Kinsley*, Craig*
|B||Beauty Of The Bitch
Written-By – Kinsley*, Cashin*, Craig*, Coates*
- Producer – Hal Carter, Liverpool Express
NotesThis version has a large centre hole.
|K 16933||Liverpool Express||Dreamin' (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||K 16933||UK||1977|
|16.061||Liverpool Express||Dreamin' / Little Plum's Last Stand (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||16.061||Brazil||1978|
|none||Liverpool Express||Dreamin' (7", S/Sided, Single, TP)||Not On Label||none||UK||1977|
|N-S-63-137||Liverpool Express||Dreamin' (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||N-S-63-137||Portugal||Unknown|
|WB 16933||Liverpool Express||Dreamin' / Beauty Of The Bitch (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||WB 16933||Germany||1977|