CHRIS FARLOWE - ALBUMS PART 1: 1960-1979

Last updated: 12.4.2001 - additions and corrections thanks to António Alfaiate
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1960-1979 1980-now compilations collaborations

 

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CHRIS FARLOWE & THE THUNDERBIRDS
Columbia SX 6034, February 1966; reissued as STORMY MONDAY, Music for Pleasure MFP1186, October, 1967;
and under it's original title on Charly CR 30021, 1977
. All the tracks (+2) are also on Buzz With The Fuzz (see compilations below)

Stormy Monday Blues (Parts 1 & 2) / Reelin' And Rockin' / Just A Dream / Hey Hey Hey Hey / Hound Dog / What You Gonna Do / I Remember / Itty Bitty Pieces / Girl Trouble / Push Push / Voodoo

Image thanks to Matty!

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14 THINGS TO THINK ABOUT
Immediate IMLP 005, UK, March 1966; CD issue Repertoire REP 4280-WY, Ger, 1992
Think / My Coloring Book / Lipstick Traces / Summertime / That's No Big Thing / Don't Play That Song / Looking for You / It's All Over Now Baby Blue / I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself / Rockin' Pneumonia / Why Don't You Change Your Ways / My Girl Josephine / Yesterday / Don't Just Look At Me

CD BONUS TRACKS: In The Midnight Hour / Mr. Pitiful / Satisfaction /  Who Can I Turn To / The Fool / Treat Her Good / Out Of Time / Baby Make It Soon / Headlines / My Way Of Giving / What Have I Been Doing / Paint It Black (unedited)

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THE ART OF CHRIS FARLOWE
Immediate IMLP 006, UK, Nov/Dec 1966; CD issue Repertoire REP 4292-WY, Ger, 1992
What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted / We're Doing Fine / Life Is But Nothing / Paint It Black / Cuttin' In / Open The Door To Your Heart / Out Of Time / North South East West / You're So Good For Me / It Was Easier To Hurt Her / I'm Free / I've Been Loving You Too Long / Reach Out I'll Be There / Ride On Baby

CD BONUS TRACKS: Yesterday's Papers / Moanin' / What Have I Been Doing / Handbags And Gladrags / Everybody Makes A Mistake / The Last Goodbye / Paperman Fly In The Sky / I Just Need Your Lovin' / Dawn / April Was The Month / Moanin' (without sitar)

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THE LAST GOODBYE
Immediate IMLP 021, UK, 1969
The Last Goodbye / Think / In The Midnight Hour / Mr. Pitiful / Satisfaction / Who Can I Turn To / You're So Good For Me / Dawn / Looking for You / It Was Easier To Hurt Her / Don't Just Look At Me / April Was The Month / Handbags And Gladrags / Life Is But Nothing

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CHRIS FARLOWE WITH THE HILL - FROM HERE TO MAMA ROSA
Polydor 2425029, Sept 1970, CD reissue: Out Of Time CDEC 6, 1996
Travelling Into Make Believe / Fifty Years / Where Do We Go from Here / Questions / Head In The Clouds / Are You Sleeping / Black Sheep / Winter Of My Life / Mama Rosa
CD bonus track: Put Out The Light

Chris Farlowe: electric microphone with THE HILL: Steve Hammond, guitar; Bruce Waddell, bass; Colin Davy, drums; Peter Robinson: keyboards; Paul Buckmaster: cello
Produced by Stuart Mackay

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CHRIS FARLOWE BAND - LIVE
Polydor 2460259, November 1975, CD reissue Out Of Time CDEC 7
We're Gonna Make It / Rhyme And Time* / Peace Of Mind* / After Midnight / Only Women Bleed / Mandy* / Hot Property / Handbags And Gladrags / Medley: You Haven't Done Nothin' - It Ain't No Use*
CD bonus track: We Can Work It Out

Chris Farlowe: vocals with Albert Lee, guitar; Jean Roussel, keyboards; Pat Donaldson, bass; Gerry Conway; Chris Mercer & Ron Carthy: The "Gonzales" horns; Madeline Bell & Joanne Williams: backing vocals
Recorded at the Marquee, 28/7/75 and the Lyceum, 6/8/75*

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