Johnny Hates Jazz - Turn Back The Clock mp3 album
Lyrics to "Turn Back The Clock" song by Johnny Hates Jazz: Another day is ended and I still can't sleep Remembering my yesterdays, I begin to weep If I could . .I wish that I could turn back the clock Bring the wheels of time to stop Back to the days when life was so much better. Lying here in silence picture in my hand Of a boy I still resemble but I no longer understand And as the tears run freely, how I realise They were the best years of my life. You might say it's just a case of giving up, no But without these memories Where is the love, so where is the love.
Tall Stories is the second studio album by Johnny Hates Jazz, released by Virgin in 1991. The follow-up to 1988's Turn Back the Clock, Tall Stories features producer and songwriter Phil Thornalley as lead singer, following the departure of the band's frontman Clark Datchler. On the eve of the album's release, Thornalley and keyboardist Calvin Hayes were involved in a serious car crash that depleted the band's momentum. Once they recovered, the album was a commercial flop, and the band called it quits.
Turn Back the Clock" is a song by the British band Johnny Hates Jazz. It is the title track of their debut album and was the third single release from the LP. The song peaked at in the UK top 40 in 1987. It also reached number five on the US Adult Contemporary chart. The international music video for the song was directed by Brian Grant. Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics. Listen to "Turn Back The Clock" on YouTube.
Comes with an 8-page booklet including lyrics.
Turn Back the Clock is the debut studio album by English band Johnny Hates Jazz. It was released by Virgin Records on 11 January 1988 in United Kingdom and on 29 March 1988 in the United States. The album, whose most famous single was "Shattered Dreams", peaked at number one on the UK Albums Chart and at number 56 on the US Billboard 200. Kim Wilde sings backing vocals on the title track, which reached number 12 on the UK Singles Chart and number 10 in New Zealand
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While the album Turn Back The Clock went straight into the album chart at number one in early 1988 (the only other Virgin Records debut to do this was the Sex Pistols‘ ‘Never Mind The Bollock. ) it was Wet Wet Wet that went on to have a long and successful career and a trio of UK number ones – including that 15-week reign. at the top with ‘Love Is All Around’ – while frontman and songwriter Clark Datchler left Johnny Hates Jazz after just one album and the band became something of a footnote in story of 1980’s pop. David Fincher directed this video for Shattered Dreams. Whereas there was a slight whiff of ‘industry’ about Johnny Hates Jazz (the ‘Climie Fisher factor’?) which perhaps made it harder for the public to warm to them.
|A2||Heart Of Gold|
|A3||Turn Back The Clock|
|A4||Don't Say It's Love|
|A5||What Other Reason|
|B1||I Don't Want To Be A Hero|
|B4||Don't Let It End This Way|
|V 2475, V2475||Johnny Hates Jazz||Turn Back The Clock (LP, Album)||Virgin, Virgin||V 2475, V2475||UK||1988|
|36 229-3||Johnny Hates Jazz||Turn Back The Clock (LP, Album)||Virgin||36 229-3||Germany||1988|
|VJCP-23155||Johnny Hates Jazz||Turn Back The Clock (CD, Album)||Virgin||VJCP-23155||Japan||1988|
|CDV 2475||Johnny Hates Jazz||Turn Back The Clock (CD, Album)||Virgin||CDV 2475||UK||1988|
|LAE·797||Johnny Hates Jazz||Turn Back The Clock (LP, Album)||Virgin||LAE·797||Mexico||1988|