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    Main » 2014 » December » 21 » Paper Lace ~ 1974 ~ And Other Bits Of Material + 1972 ~ First Edition
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    Paper Lace ~ 1974 ~ And Other Bits Of Material + 1972 ~ First Edition
    Paper Lace ~ 1974 ~ And Other Bits Of Material + 1972 ~ First Editiongenre: pop rock
    state: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, size: 737 mb)
    time: 57'36"+46'49"

    Wikipedia:
    Paper Lace are a Nottingham-based pop group who rose to sudden (but brief) success in 1974. They are known to Americans as a one-hit wonder; however, in the UK they were a "classic two-and-a-half-hit wonder". Their best known songs are "Billy Don't Be a Hero" and "The Night Chicago Died".
    The core of the band originally formed in 1967 as Music Box, but changed their name to Paper Lace. In 1969 Paper Lace was one of hundreds of pop bands in England looking for the big time while slogging their way through small club gigs and brief television appearances.
    Thanks to that show, songwriters/producers, Mitch Murray and Peter Callender quickly signed them. The smash hit "Billy Don't Be a Hero" spent three weeks at Number 1 on the UK Singles Chart in March 1974. It was followed by the story song "The Night Chicago Died" which reached Number 3. Another release, "The Black-Eyed Boys", took Paper Lace to number 11 in late 1974.
    The group released two albums, First Edition (1972) and Paper Lace and Other Bits of Material (1974) however, they quickly faded from the public eye as the band's popularity waned. Philip Wright and Cliff Fish carried on as Paper Lace, with other musicians filling in for the missing band members. In 1978, they surfaced briefly with a sing-along version of "We've Got the Whole World in Our Hands" with their local football team, Nottingham Forest F.C. (Sendra, 2006). The 7" single, with "The Nottingham Forest March" as the B-side, reached Number 24 in the UK chart.
    In 1997, Wright joined Sons and Lovers, but he has occasional gigs billed as Philip Wright's Paper Lace

    '74:
    01. Billy,Don't Be A Hero 4:05
    02. Hitchin' A Ride'74 2:49
    03. I Did What I Did For Maria 3:52
    04. Mary In The Morning 3:07
    05. Sealed With A Kiss 3:04
    06. Bye Bye Blues 2:45
    07. Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen 3:03
    08. The Night Chicago Died 3:33
    09. Love Song 4:22
    10. Dreams Are Ten A Penny 2:32
    11. Love You're A Long Time Coming 2:52
    12. Cheek To Cheek 3:26

    bonus:
    13. Celia-Bonus 2:17
    14. Can You Get It When You Want It-Bonus 3:35
    15. The Black Eyed Boys-Bonus 3:49
    16. Jean-Bonus 2:20
    17. So What If I Am-Bonus 3:27
    18. Himalayan Lullaby-Bonus 2:39


    '72:
    01. In The Morning 2:52
    02. Stoney End 3:19
    03. Lady 3:44
    04. I've Got You That's Enough For Me 3:22
    05. Threw My Love Away 4:24
    06. Martha(Whatever Happened) 4:23
    07. Games People Play 3:44
    08. Please Be My Friend 3:05
    09. You Can't Touch Me 2:38
    10. Elsie 3:16
    11. Like A Rolling Stone 6:12
    12. Early One Morning 2:57
    13. Ragamuffin Man-Bonus 2:53


    Dave Manders (born 4 August 1947, Nottingham, England) — Guitar / Lead Vocals
    Philip Wright (born 9 April 1948, St. Ann's, Nottingham, England) — Drums / Lead Vocals
    Mick Vaughan (born Michael Vaughan, 27 July 1950, Sheffield, Yorkshire) - Lead/Rhythm Guitar/Arranger
    Cliff Fish (born Clifford Fish, 13 August 1949, Ripley) - Bass Guitar
    Roy White (born Ripley) - Lead Guitar/Arranger
    Mike Harper (born Barrow in Furness) - Lead Vocals

     
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