Smokie: Changing All The Time, LP (Vinyl)
Smokie: Changing All The Time, LP (Vinyl)
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Smokie
Changing All The Time

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
mit bedrucktem Innencover
  • Rak
  • (1C 064-96 832)
  • 10 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX / EX-
  • used
  • minor hairline marks on vinyl, some general wear on sleeve, tear on back cover

tracks

A1

Don't Play Your Rock 'N' Roll To Me

A2

If You Think You Know How To Love Me

A3

It's Natural

A4

Give It To Me

A5

We're Flying High

B1

Changing All The Time

B2

Julia

B3

Take Me In

B4

Umbrella Day

B5

Back To Bradford

Credits

Arranged By
  • Phil Dennys
Bass
  • Terry Uttley
Backing Vocals
  • Terry Uttley
  • Chris Norman
Drums
  • Pete Spencer
Flute
  • Pete Spencer
Percussion
  • Pete Spencer
Engineer
  • Peter Coleman
Lead Guitar
  • Alan Silson
Acoustic Guitar
  • Alan Silson
  • Chris Norman
Guitar
  • Alan Silson
  • Chris Norman
Lead Vocals
  • Alan Silson
  • Chris Norman
Piano
  • Chris Norman
Mastered By
  • Chris Blair
Producer
  • Mike Chapman
  • Nicky Chinn
Written By

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