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8 thoughts on “ White Honey - Graham Parker And The Rumour - Howlin Wind (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. UK released July – "Howlin Wind" by GRAHAM PARKER on Mercury (Barcode ) is an 'Expanded Edition' CD Remaster with one Bonus Track and plays out as follows ( minutes): 1. White Honey 2. Nothing's Gonna Pull Us Apart 3. Silly Thing 4. Gypsy Blood 5. Between You And Me 6. Back To Schooldays 7. Soul Shoes [Side 2 /5(74).
  2. Mar 14,  · ★★★★★☆ Why some music critics at a point in the 70's related Graham Parker to the UK punk scene seems quite obscure these days. Though lyrically more aggressive than let's say Nick Lowe, Parkers swinging R&B influenced rock did not grew out of the punk scene but out of the likes of Van Morrison and Thin Lizzy/5(85).
  3. GRAHAM PARKER & THE RUMOUR Howlin Wind ( UK track vinyl LP produced by Nick Lowe incluudes Dont Ask Me Questions Back To Schooldays and title track Howlin Wind picture sleeve. The sleeve has some light scuffing to the edges butthe vinyl remains in Seller Rating: % positive.
  4. Parker had emerged from the thriving London pub scene with 's Howlin' Wind album. The record was critically acclaimed globally, but especially by the same American critics who had just recently been saying that Bruce Springsteen was the future of rock 'n' roll.
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  6. Graham Parker & The Rumour songs two CD collection from the veteran British singer/songwriter. In the three short years Graham Parker and his band, the Rumour, were signed to Vertigo Records the band released some of the best, most uplifting records to .
  7. Graham Parker and the Rumour debuted in with Howlin' Wind, a critically acclaimed album that drew comparisons to the Stones, Van Morrison and Bruce Springsteen. While the critics loved Parker, and he was able to build a large and loyal cult audience, the ability to achieve a major crossover, commercial success has always evaded him.

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