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No More Excuses - Graham Parker - Another Grey Area (CD, Album)

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  1. "Temporary Beauty" is a song by British rock musician Graham abemimtunomap.quiwheewablidedansperagdolitagi.infoinfo song was released on his album, Another Grey abemimtunomap.quiwheewablidedansperagdolitagi.infoinfo lyrics described by Parker as "put-downs", "Temporary Beauty" is a rock song with vocals that Parker noted as an example of his better singing compared to previous albums.
  2. His moment had come and gone. Parker wasn't about to let fate cheat him, though, and for 's Another Grey Area, he teamed with veteran producer Jack Douglas, and placed his band on recording hiatus in favor of a slew of studio musicians including Nicky Hopkins, Hugh McCracken (!), David Brown and George Small among others.6/
  3. After the confounding lack of success afforded Graham Parker's The Up Escalator, Parker and The Rumour parted ways, and Parker holed up with producer Jack Douglas to start on the follow-up."Another Grey Area" is a cleaner album than its predecessor, but also a noticeably more subdued one/5(15).
  4. Label variation of Graham Parker - Another Grey Area Barcode and Other Identifiers Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Runout Etched): ALSA-1 FoR-S.C.+B M1SF1SM/5(6).
  5. No More Excuses Lyrics: Every street is a crowded place every crowd is too much to face / Every shoulder is something hard don't want to lean on / Every day we are running out our caps to catch in the.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Another Grey Area on Discogs. Label: RCA - RCA LP ,RCA - PL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • /5(50).
  7. Graham Parker - Another Grey Area - abemimtunomap.quiwheewablidedansperagdolitagi.infoinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello.
  8. Another Grey Area is a album by Graham Parker - his first solo album without the backing of his regular band, the Rumour - and was released on the Arista Records label. It was produced by Jack Douglas and Graham Parker. The album features Nicky Hopkins on acoustic piano.. Parker said Another Grey Area was a "beautiful" album, saying, "I've always been striving to make a record that Genre: Rock.
  9. Sep 06,  · The 70s albums on LP are abundant! “Another Grey Area” is technically the first album be cut without The Rumour. I say “technically,” since the preceding “The Up Escalator” was sold as a Graham Parker album in America, but The Rumour still got in the title in the UK.

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