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8 Replies to “ January Song - Alan Hull - Alright On The Night - Live At Clifton Poly 1975 (CD) ”

  1. Squire is the second solo album by Alan Hull. Recorded at Morgan Studios December & January except "Waiting" which was recorded at Trident Studios with Roy Baker in March Squire was released on Warner Brothers, K, in Information taken from the cover of the album, bought on release in
  2. Alright on the Night: Alan Hull: exblincoramuffpregombiogentbeldayvers.coinfo: Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Music Go Search Best Sellers Gift Format: Audio CD.
  3. If you ever saw Alan Hull perform live, this live album is a must. Recorded in , most of these songs were still in his live set right up to his death aged just This album is a wonderful reminder of one of Britain's greatest singer/songwriters. Good value with 14 tracks but worth having for Winter Song alone/5(16).
  4. 02 – City Song 03 – Dan the Plan 04 – Breakfast 05 – Money Game 06 – January Song 07 – Cheeky Mouse 08 – Gin & Tonix All Round 09 – One More Bottle of Wine 10 – Winter Song 11 – Alright On The Night 12 – We Can Swing Together 13 – Fog On The Tyne 14 – Lady Eleanor.
  5. Alan Hull albums The only song from Happy Daze was 'Gin & Tonix All Round', while the Lindisfarne Mk I era was revisited with 'Alright On The Night', 'City Song', 'Fog On The Tyne', 'January Song', 'Lady Eleanor', 'We Can Swing Together' and 'Winter Song'. The Clifton Poly set .
  6. Alright on the Night: Live at Clifton Poly , an Album by Alan Hull. Released 19 October on Market Square.
  7. Alan Hull’s “Alright on the Night” – Live at Clifton Poly reviewed by Craig Johnson formed an interesting point in Alan Hull’s career. To folk-rock fans, Pipedream will long be remembered as one of the greatest albums of all time. However, for many .
  8. In January , he recorded Back to Basics, a live all-acoustic survey of the best of his songwriting from onwards. Death. On the night of 17 November , Hull suddenly collapsed at his home in North Shields and was pronounced dead on arrival at North Tyneside General Hospital at pm.

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