Smokie: The Montreux Album, LP (Vinyl)
Smokie: The Montreux Album, LP (Vinyl)
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Smokie
The Montreux Album

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
Klappcover
  • Rak
  • (1C 064-61 505)
  • EMI Electrola
  • (1C 064-61 505)
  • 10 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • minor hairline marks on vinyl, minor shelf wear on sleeve

tracks

A1

The Girl Can't Help It

Written By
3:48
A2

Power Of Love

Written By
1:56
A3

No More Letters

Tenor Saxophone
  • Pete Spencer
Written By
3:30
A4

Mexican Girl

Written By
4:00
A5

You Took Me By Surprise

Lead Vocals
  • Alan Silson
Written By
3:40
B1

Oh Carol

Written By
3:42
B2

Liverpool Docks

Written By
2:58
B3

Light Up My Life

Lead Vocals
  • Terry Uttley
Written By
4:27
B4

Petesey's Song

Lead Vocals
  • Pete Spencer
Written By
2:50
B5

For A Few Dollars More

Written By
3:37

Credits

Art Direction
  • Gered Mankowitz
Photography
  • Gered Mankowitz
Backing Vocals
  • Alan Silson
  • Terry Uttley
  • Pete Spencer
  • Chris Norman
Acoustic Guitar
  • Alan Silson
Electric Guitar
  • Alan Silson
Bass Guitar
  • Terry Uttley
Drums
  • Pete Spencer
Percussion
  • Pete Spencer
Design
  • Richard Gray
Engineer
  • Peter Coleman
Producer
  • Peter Coleman
  • Mike Chapman
Lead Vocals
  • Chris Norman
Lead Guitar
  • Chris Norman
Rhythm Guitar
  • Chris Norman
Keyboards
  • Chris Norman
Synthesizer
  • Chris Norman
Castanets
  • Chris Norman
Mastered By
  • Ian Cooper
Recorded By
  • Andre Gauchat
  • Eugene Chaplin

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