Mr Big - Albums 1976-1978 (Uk) | FAMS COALITION


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Albums 1976-1978 (Uk)
Artist: Mr Big
Format: CD


Label: GLAM / 7T'S
Rel. Date: 08/18/2023
UPC: 5013929059801

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1. Time Base
2. Wonderful Creation
3. Golden Lights
4. Uncle John 'B'
5. I Ain't Bin a Man
6. Sweet Silence
7. Zambia
8. Enjoy It
9. Violet May
10. For the Fun to Find
11. Appeared a Shining Throne
12. Throne Second Amendment
13. Eee I'm Alright
14. I Ain't Bin a Man (Single Version)
15. Christmas with Dicken
16. Time for a Laugh
17. Lucky Man
18. Josephine
19. Photographic Smile
20. Romeo
21. What Colour Is the Wind
22. Louisiana Street
23. Feel Like Calling Home
24. Goodbye World
25. Vampire
26. Hold Me
27. Can We Live / Angel of My Life
28. Easy
29. Wonderful Creation (Usa LP Remix)
30. I Ain't Bin a Man (Usa LP Remix)
31. Sweet Silence (Usa LP Remix)
32. Zambia (Usa LP Remix)
33. Senora
34. Woman
35. Place Your Bets
36. Here It Comes Again
37. Tonight
38. Lucy
39. Goosestep
40. You Won't See Me
41. Behind Enemy Lines
42. Come Rock with Me
43. Seppuku
44. Death Boy

More Info:

Long overdue 3CD 44-track box set rounding up the mid-70s recordings by Mr Big. Disc 1 is debut album 'Sweet Silence'. With six previously non LP non CD bonus tracks have added including the singles 'Eee I'm Alright', 'Christmas With Dicken' and 'Lucky Man'. The second disc is the 'Mr Big' album, making it's debut on CD featuring the international chart hits 'Romeo' (No. 3 in the UK) and 'Feel Like Calling Home' (No. 35 in the UK). The final disc is the 'Seppuku' album. Produced by Mott The Hoople's Ian Hunter it was supposed to have been released in 1978 but never saw the light of day until 2001. With a booklet containing in-depth liner notes by Phil Hendriks in conversation with vocalist / songwriter Dicken and drummer John Burnip.

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