Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames - Fame At Last mp3 album
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Fame played piano for Billy Fury in his backing band, the Blue Flames. When the backing band got the sack at the end of 1961, the band were re-billed as "Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames" and went on to enjoy great success with a repertoire largely of rhythm and blues numbers. Main article: Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames. Fame and Rick Brown performing in Amsterdam in October 1966. Fame was influenced by jazz, blues, and the musicians Mose Allison and Willie Mabon. It failed to reach the chart, but the October 1964 follow-up, Fame at Last, reached No. 15 on the UK album chart. Ronan O'Rahilly failed to get Fame's first record played by the BBC. After it was rejected by Radio Luxembourg, he announced he would start his own radio station to promote the record
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A blistering romp through Fame & His Blue Flames' live repertoire of the day, fast and loose and driving, it captures one of Britain's best-ever R&B troupes stepping so far beyond the customary precepts of the Beat Boom that, if you were to come to this record without knowing who it was, there's no way you'd ever guess a.
Georgie Fame And The Blue Flames (with a certain Mitch Mitchell 3rd from left wearing shades) - The band doubled as proving-ground. Georgie Fame and The Blue Flames - Live at Camden Theatre - March 19, 1964 - BBC Radio 1 –. Georgie Fame and The Blue Flames to start off the week. In October 1964 the album Fame at Last reached №15 in the . The band’s version of the song Yeh-Yeh (or Yeah-Yeah as it was listed in the . release) was released as a single in the . on 14 January 1965 and reached №1 on the . Singles Chart for two weeks (out of a total of twelve weeks on the chart).
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|A1||Get On The Right Track, Baby
Written By – Turner*
|A2||Point Of No Return
Written-By – Goffin And King
Written By – Liggins*
|B2||I Love The Life I Live
Written By – Dixon*
- Manufactured By – His Master's Voice (NZ) Limited
NotesNo dates on label but an EP with the same title was released in the UK in 1964 - https://www.localhost/Georgie-Fame-And-The-Blue-Flames-Fame-At-Last/release/1214545
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label matrix side A): 7TCA.2315
- Matrix / Runout (Label matrix side B): 7TCA.2316