The Young Idea — With A Little Help From My Friends 1968 (UK, Baroque Pop)

Исполнитель: The Young Idea
Откуда: England
Альбом: With A Little Help From My Friends
Год выхода: 1968
Жанр: Baroque Pop
Формат: MP3 CBR 320 (Mono, Vinyl Rip)
Размер архива: 76 МB

This UK duo featured Tony Cox (b. 10 November 1945, London, England) and Douglas Ugo Granville Allesandro MacRae-Brown (b. 17 April 1947, Florence, Italy). MacRae-Brown, a contemporary of Jonathan King at Charterhouse Public School, met Cox at university. The duo then forged a songwriting partnership and, having committed several demos to tape, hawked the finished product around London’s Denmark Street-based publishers. Their talent secured a management and recording contract and the duo made their debut as the Young Idea in June 1966. They completed several singles before achieving a UK Top 10 hit the following year with a reading of the Beatles’ song ‘With A Little Help From My Friends’. The pair achieved a higher profile with non-original material, including the Hollies’ ‘A Peculiar Situation’ and several poppy creations by Les Reed and Barry Mason. However, the Young Idea were unable to repeat the success of their lone chart entry.

Tracks:
01. With A Little Help From My Friends — 2:30
02. The Games Men Play — 2:13
03. The World’s Been Good To Me Tonight — 2:45
04. On The King’s Road — 2:18
05. Mister Lovin’ Luggage Man — 2:24
06. Just Look At The Rain — 2:05
07. Peculiar Situation — 2:22
08. In Bond Street — 2:29
09. Just To Love Her — 2:36
10. Gotta Get Out Of This Mess I’m In — 2:16
11. Room With A View — 2:07
12. Tar And Cement — 2:42
Bonuses:
13. It Can’t Be (Single B-Side, 1966) — 2:42
14. Colours Of Darkness (Single B-Side, 1967) — 2:39

Personnel:
Tony Cox — vocals, piano, guitar
Douglas MacRae-Brown — vocals, guitar
+
session musicians
Tony Palmer — producer

Enjoy

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