Gerry Rafferty, released in 1974 on Transatlantic Records (TRA 270) (reissued 1978 in . on Visa Records ), is mainly a compilation of Humblebums material that Gerry Rafferty had written and performed while in that group. It comprises most of the serious musical content of the last two albums released by that group, with the exception of "So Bad Thinking" (which came from the backside of his "Can I Have My Money Back?" single).
Studio album by Gerry Rafferty. The First Chapter appears in the following lists: Music Genre: Pop/Rock. Music Theme: Dinner Ambiance.
100 Hits - Driving Rock. Авторы текста и музыки. WMG (от лица компании "100 Hits"); CMRRA, Abramus Digital, BMG Rights Management, BMI - Broadcast Music In. UBEM, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, ARESA, LatinAutor" и другие авторские общества (11). Right Down The Line (2011 Remastered Version).
Another World (Gerry Rafferty album). Another World is the ninth and final studio album by Gerry Rafferty.
Rafferty recorded his first solo album, Can I Have My Money Back?, with Hugh Murphy, a staff producer working for the label. Billboard praised the album as "high-grade folk-rock", describing it as Rafferty's "finest work" to date: "His tunes are rich and memorable with an undeniable charm that will definitely see him into the album and very possibly singles.
Gerry Rafferty mural in the beautiful The Old Toll Bar in Glasgow. Talk of the Town: New Murals at The Old Toll Bar - Glasgowist.
Biography by Bruce Eder. A member of Stealers Wheel and an acclaimed solo artist, produced the classic single "Baker Street.
Gerry Rafferty – Rafferty was born into a working-class family in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland. His mother taught him both Irish and Scottish folk songs as a boy, later, he was influenced by the music of The Beatles and he joined the folk-pop group The Humblebums in 1969. After they disbanded in 1971, he recorded his first solo album, Rafferty and Joe Egan formed the group Stealers Wheel in 1972 and produced several hits, most notably Stuck in the Middle with You and Star. Rafferty recorded his first solo album, Can I Have My Money Back. with Hugh Murphy, yet although the album was a critical success, it did not enjoy commercial success. Rafferty later confirmed that alienation was the persistent theme of his songs, To Each and Everyone, twenty years later, the song was used prominently in the 1992 movie Reservoir Dogs, although Rafferty refused to grant permission for its re-release.
After the duo separated in 1971, Transatlantic owner Nathan Joseph signed Rafferty as a solo performer. Rafferty recorded his first solo album, Can I Have My Money Back?, with Hugh Murphy, a staff producer working for the label. Billboard praised the album as "high-grade folk-rock", describing it as Rafferty's "finest work" to date: "His tunes are rich and memorable with an undeniable charm that will definitely see him into the album and very possibly singles charts soon".
Band Name Gerry Rafferty. Album Name Night Owl. Type Album. 版公司 United Artists Records. 2. Night Owl. 3. The Way that You Do It. 4. Why Won't You Talk to Me. 5. Get It Right Next Time. 6. Take the Money and Run. 7. Family Tree. 10. It's Gonna Be a Long Night.
|1||Look Over The Hill And Far Away|
|4||Her Father Didn't Like Me Anyway|
|5||Please Sing A Song For Us|
|6||Blood And Glory|
|8||Steam Boat Row|
|10||All The Best People Do It|
|11||Song For Simon|
|12||I Can't Stop Now|
|13||So Bad Thinking|
|14||Keep It To Yourself|
|15||Can I Have My Money Back?|
|16||My Singing Bird|
|17||New Street Blues|
|20||Long Way Round|
|21||Don't Count Me Out|
|22||Sign On The Dotted Line|
|23||Make You, Break You|
|24||To Each And Everyone|
|25||One Drink Down|
|27||Half A Chance|
|28||Where I Belong|