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Noel John Christopher Harrison (29 January 1934 – 19 October 2013) was an English actor who had a hit singing "The Windmills of Your Mind" in 1968, and was a member of the British Olympic skiing team in the 1950s. He was the son of the actor Rex Harrison. He was born in Kensington in London in 1934. His mother, Noel Margery Collette-Thomas, was the first of Rex Harrison's six wives; they divorced in 1942. Noel was raised together with his nephew Richard Michael Collette Thomas (later a L. Col
I think Noel Harrison is a great singer. Back In the days when it seemed as though the whole wide world was playing the brand new quiz board game sensation Trivial Pursuit, I was playing along with some future pop star friends. Unnamed future pop star lands on Pink and the category is entertainment. A March 1966 advert for both the Noel Harrison album and the single Baby Blue.
Noel John Christopher Harrison (29 January 1934 – 19 October 2013) was an English singer, actor, and Olympic skier. YouTube Encyclopedic. A compilation album of his work titled Life Is a Dream was released by the American 'Reprise' record label in 2003, and his debut album, Noel Harrison, was re-released in 2008. In 2010, he recorded a new album, From the Sublime to the Ridiculous!. The record was made as part of the Internet event, The RPM Challenge, which challenged musicians to record a new album from scratch during the month of February. In June 2011 he played Glastonbury Festival's "Spirit of '71" stage, marking 40 years since his appearance at the second staging of the festival.
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Noel Harrison, who has died aged 79 following a heart attack, was the son of the actor Sir Rex Harrison and followed his famous father into show business. He pursued a varied career on stage and in film and television, but it was as a musician that he achieved his moment in the spotlight. In 1968 he recorded the song The Windmills of Your Mind for the soundtrack of the Steve McQueen/Faye Dunaway film The Thomas Crown Affair and it became a top 10 hit in the UK the following year. He scored a minor hit with his version of the Charles Aznavour song A Young Girl (of Sixteen), which also featured on his first studio album, Noel Harrison, released in 1966. Then he landed a leading role in the TV series The Girl from . playing Mark Slate opposite Stefanie Powers as April Dancer, though the show lasted for only one season.
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|1||(It's All Over Now) Baby Blue||2:36|
|2||God Bless The Child
Written-By – Billy Holiday*
|3||She's A Woman
Written-By – Lennon; McCartney*
|4||Love Minus Zero||2:24|
|5||Nothing But A Fool
Written By – Barbosa; O. Brown Jr.
|6||Mr Tambourine Man||3:56|
|7||A Young Girl
Written By – Aznavour; O. Brown Jr.
|9||Much As I Love You
Written By – Henrique; O. Brown Jr.
Written By – Aznavour; Stellman
Written By – M. Davis; O. Brown Jr.
|12||Tomorrow Is My Turn
Written By – Aznavour; Stellman
- Arranged By, Conductor – Arthur Greenslade, Reg Guest
- Producer – Marcel Stellman
- Written-By – B. Dylan* (tracks: A1, A4, A6, B2)
|LL 3459||Noel Harrison||Noel Harrison (LP, Album, Mono)||London Records||LL 3459||US||1966|
|PS 459||Noel Harrison||Noel Harrison (LP, Album)||London Records||PS 459||US||1966|
|LL 3459||Noel Harrison||Noel Harrison (LP, Album, Mono)||London Records||LL 3459||Canada||1966|
|LK 4783||Noel Harrison||Noel Harrison (LP, Album, Mono)||Decca||LK 4783||UK||1966|
|CD REV 247||Noel Harrison||Noel Harrison (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Rev-Ola||CD REV 247||UK||2008|