Gerry Marsden - Much Missed Man: Tribute to John Lennon flac mp3
Gerry Marsden featuring Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. Much Missed Man - A Tribute To John Lennon. 03. God Is A Powerhouse. 04. I'm Quite Normal Really. 05. I Don't Want To Be A Martyr. 06. Do You Have To Make A Double Album Everytime? Gerry Marsden. 07. Don't Be A Leader.
Gerry Marsden became a popular cabaret and children's TV entertainer In April 1973, this second version of the group became the only Merseybeat band to ever record for the John Peel Show on BBC Radio. The tracks from that show have now been included on the album Gerry and the Pacemakers Live at the BBC, released on Parlophone Records in October 2018. Since then, Gerry occasionally toured with various line-ups of the band on the oldies circuit
Working Class Hero: A Tribute to John Lennon was one of 1995's most-publicized tribute albums. And those who clearly love the man are too devoted in their worship, turning in safe and unimaginative performances. Consequently, the whole record is an unqualified mess.
John Lennon's music was so intensely personal that it can be difficult for someone to convey his emotions in a cover version. Also, this album contains covers by several flash-in-the-pan groups who don't seem to have a clue what they are singing or why. In the category of trying to re-create a personal song, there is 'How Do You Sleep?' performed here by The Magnificent Bastards. Although the lead singer sounds appropriately angry, what is he angry about? John Lennon was angry at Paul McCartney at the time he recorded the song, so that cannot be re-cycled
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Beatles John Lennon George Harrison Paul McCartney Ringo Starr Gerry Marsden Gerry and The Pacemakers 1963 60s Sixties Cardiff 1963uktour 27may 27may1963 may. 130 notes. As for the fellow on the far right, watching over them like the proud tactician he was, it’s the man who made it all possible, manager Brian Epstein. He was just 28, but, in the eyes of his youthful proteges, practically middle-aged. It was the summer of 1963 and a cultural earthquake was resetting the foundations of British popular music.
Liverpool-born Gerry Marsden, 74, the group’s lead singer-guitarist, lives on The Wirral with his wife Pauline and has two daughters and a grandson. He tours again in September. I got into singing through my dad, who played the ukulele, doing all the George Formby songs. He’d come home from the pub and we’d all have a sing-a-long and I loved it so much that I asked him if he’d teach me to play. I formed a skiffle group, and then dad bought me a guitar and I haven’t looked back since
|1||Peace by the Year 2000||Gerry Marsden||0:12|
|2||Much Missed Man - The Song - A Tribute to John Lennon||Gerry Marsden||4:00|
|3||God Is a Powerhouse||Gerry Marsden||4:31|
|4||I'm Quite Normal Really||Gerry Marsden||3:26|
|5||I Don't Want to Be a Martyr||Gerry Marsden||3:10|
|6||Do You Make a Double Album Every Time?||Gerry Marsden||3:03|
|7||Don't Be a Leader||Gerry Marsden||2:20|
|8||We Have the Same Problems as Any Couple on Earth||Gerry Marsden||2:04|
CreditsLeslie Ankrah - Vocals (Background)
Tony Coates - Vocals (Background)
Billy Kinsley - Vocals (Background)
Thomas Lang - Vocals (Background)
Beryl Marsden - Vocals (Background)
Gerry Marsden - Liner Notes, Primary Artist