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    CHARLIE - Charlie (1983) AOR

    Mensaje por PeterGriffin el Vie 26 Jul 2013, 15:50


    01. It's Inevitable  
    02. Tempted  
    03. Spend My Life With You  
    04. Never Too Late  
    05. Playing To Win  
    06. The Heartaches Begin  
    07. You're Everything I Need  
    08. This Time  
    09. Can't Wait 'Til Tomorrow  


    CHARLIE:
    Terry Wilson Slesser - Vocals
    John Anderson - Bass, Vocals
    Terry Thomas - Guitar, Vocals
    Steve Gadd Drums
    Robert Henrit Drums, Percussion

    Special Guests:
    Richard Cottle - Saxophone, Keyboards
    Nick Payne - Saxophone
    Robert John Lange - Backing Vocals
    Andy Clark - Keyboards
    Adrian Lee - Keyboards
    Chris Parren - Keyboards





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    Re: CHARLIE - Charlie (1983) AOR

    Mensaje por Robert el Vie 26 Jul 2013, 16:00

    q grandiosos!!

    Briefly called "Charlie Cuckoo" (after a racehorse), it soon began work as "Charlie".

    The jazz-inflected, London-based group Charlie was as well known for the sexy babes on their album covers as they were for their close, smooth harmonies and slick, catchy singles like "Turning" and "Watching TV." The band's core lineup consisted of vocalist/guitarist Terry Thomas (who had also been in a band with Free and Bad Company's Simon Kirke), bassist/vocalist John Anderson (formerly of Axe), and drummer Steve Gadd, and a wide array of supporting players, including keyboardist Juilan Colbeck, guitarist Martin Smith, auxiliary drummer Shep Lonsdale, and former Argent members Bob Henrit and John Verity. Their radio-friendly sound debuted in 1976 with Fantasy Girls and the group managed a steady stream of moderate FM hits in the U.S. and the U.K., including 1978's "Killer Cut" and "She Loves to Be in Love." However, Charlie's biggest success came with the 1983 hit "It's Inevitable," which received considerable airplay from MTV and was featured on their self-titled seventh album. Despite the added prominence this single and tours with the Doobie Brothers, Styx, BTO, and the Kinks brought them, the group remained primarily a cult favorite for their nearly decade-long career. Charlie's swan song came in 1984 with In Pursuit of Romance, which featured Thomas as the only original member.

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    Re: CHARLIE - Charlie (1983) AOR

    Mensaje por Robert el Vie 26 Jul 2013, 16:04


    trying to understand
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    Re: CHARLIE - Charlie (1983) AOR

    Mensaje por trying to understand el Vie 26 Jul 2013, 18:08

    Están de PM estos tíos, en onda Beau Coup/Franke & the KOs.

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