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Текст песни: Sing your song to me, my singing bird Let your voice ring loud and clear so you’ll be heard While you’re here tonight, we’ll be as one For tomorrow you will seek the sun.
4. Mary Of The Mountains. 5. All The Best People Do It. 3:00. Arranged By – Harry Robinson (tracks: 1 to 19), Reg Guest (tracks: 1 to 19), The Humblebums (tracks: 1 to 19). Drums – Jimmy Tagford (tracks: 1 to 19), Terry Cox (tracks: 1 to 19). Guitar – Bernie Holland (tracks: 1 to 19). Guitar, Vocals – Billy Connolly (tracks: 1 to 19), Gerry Rafferty (tracks: 1 to 19). Producer – Bill Leader (tracks: 1 to 19). Violin – Barry Dransfield (tracks: 1 to 19). Written-By – Billy Connolly (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 7, 9, 11, 13, 20), Gerry Rafferty (tracks: 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14 to19).
A4. A5. A6. Steamboat Row. A7. Mother. Arranged By – Harry Robinson, Reg Guest, The Humblebums. Drums – Jimmy Tagford, Terry Cox. Guitar – Bernie Holland. Guitar, Vocals – Billy Connolly, Gerry Rafferty. Producer – Bill Leader. Violin – Barry Dransfield. Written-By – Billy Connolly (tracks: A1, A3, A4, A7, B2, B4, B6), Gerry Rafferty (tracks: A2, A5, A6, B1, B3, B5, B7).
Artists The Humblebums Open Up the Door. Open Up the Door The Humblebums. This album has an average beat per minute of 127 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 88/187 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Open Up the Door. BPM Profile Open Up the Door. Album starts at 102BPM, ends at 185BPM (+83), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Humblebums.
His pleasant, catchy tunes dominate the first album, and he has a several selections on the second as well, but by that time, Rafferty had joined as a replacement for Tam Harvey. Rafferty worked in the same vein as Connolly, but he was more inspired, and his contributions here are quite impressive, ranging from hooky folk-pop to brooding, introspective ballads. His songs are very good, ranking among his best, and their presence makes this two-fer worthwhile for fans of his solo work and Stealer's Wheel.
In 1971, the Humblebums broke up, with Rafferty going on to record his solo album Can I Have My Money Back? Connolly returned to being a folk singer. His live performances featured humorous introductions that became increasingly long in duration. The head of Transatlantic Records, Nat Joseph, who had signed The Humblebums and had nurtured their career, was concerned that Connolly find a way to develop a distinctive solo career just as his former bandmate, Gerry Rafferty, was doing. Joseph saw several of Connolly's performances and noted his comedic skills.
Listen to music from The Humblebums like Her Father Didn't Like Me Anyway, Keep It to Yourself & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Humblebums. The Humblebums were a Scottish folk band, based in Glasgow. Its members included Billy Connolly, who later became a renowned stand-up comic and actor, guitarist Tam Harvey and singer/songwriter Gerry Rafferty. The band was active from the mid-1960s until the early 1970s.
New Humblebums/Open Up the Door Humble Beginnings: The Complete Transatlantic Recordings, 1969-74 New Humblebums Please Sing a Song for Us: The Transatlantic Anthology New Humblebums Collected. Stand up, stretch out to take the hand Of a girl called Rosie who thought your performance was cool Tune in, turn on, stop dead in your tracks At a voice softly singing about some fool on a hill. Please sing a song for us, play your guitar There isn't one of us care who you are And if the sound is good, you won't go wrong Please sing a song for us and we will sing along (so long). Lyrics submitted by SongMeanings.
Open up the Door (Transatlantic TRA218, June 1970). Billy Connolly, Gerry Rafferty. The Humblebums (ESMCD498, 1997) single disc containing all of the second and third albums. Please Sing a Song for Us: The Transatlantic Anthology (Castle CMDDD1211, 2005) 2-CD set of all three albums, singles tracks (single version of 'Saturday Round About Sunday' and B side 'Bed of Mossy Green', with previously unreleased material (five out-takes from the 'Open Up The Door' sessions) and four tracks from a Radio 1 session.
|A2||I Can't Stop Now||4:37|
|A3||Open Up The Door||3:21|
|A4||Mary Of The Mountains||3:00|
|A5||All The Best People Do It||2:51|
|B3||Keep It To Yourself||3:07|
|B5||Song For Simon||2:18|
|B7||My Singing Bird||3:04|
- Recorded At – Sound Techniques, London
- Arranged By – Harry Robinson (tracks: A2, B3), The Humblebums (tracks: A1, A3 to A7, B1, B2, B4 to B7)
- Design – A. Brenchley
- Drums – Jimmy Tagford, Terry Cox
- Engineer – John Wood, Roger Mayer, Victor Gamm*
- Guitar – Bernie Holland
- Guitar, Vocals – Billy Connolly, Gerry Rafferty
- Producer – Bill Leader
- Violin – Barry Dransfield
- Written-By – Billy Connolly (tracks: A1, A3, A4, A7, B2, B4, B6), Gerry Rafferty (tracks: A2, A5, A6, B1, B3, B5, B7)
NotesRecorded at Sound Techniques, London
|TRA 218||The Humblebums||Open Up The Door (LP, Album)||Transatlantic Records||TRA 218||UK||1970|
|STAL-934161||The Humblebums||Open Up The Door (LP, Album)||Transatlantic Records||STAL-934161||Australia||1970|
|BF-ES-LP 8000||The Humblebums||Open Up the door (LP, Album)||Clan Celentano||BF-ES-LP 8000||Italy||1971|
|LST-7656||The Humblebums||Open Up The Door (LP, Album)||Liberty||LST-7656||US||1970|
|5C038-91823||The Humblebums||Open Up The Door (LP, Album)||Transatlantic Records||5C038-91823||Netherlands||Unknown|