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All Fall Down (Lindisfarne) - Alan Hull - We Can Swing Together: The Anthology 1965-1995 (CD)

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  1. Jan 01,  · All Fall Down ( Remaster) Statues & Liberties is the last solo album recorded by Lindisfarne front man Alan Hull. He died on 17 November before work on the album had been completed. "We Can Swing Together", a song written by Hull about an abortive police raid on a party, became one of their favourites on stage, featuring an 1/5(1).
  2. This is a phenomenal collection devoted to Lindisfarne, a group not-too-well-remembered today (especially outside of England) but who took the British isles by storm in the first two or three years of the s -- at various points in their history (and sometimes on the same album, or opposing sides of a 45), they sounded a bit like Creedence Clearwater Revival, the Allman Brothers, Bruce 5/5(6).
  3. I once saw Lindisfarne again live just before Alan Hull passed away, and remained fairly unimpressed. Still, those first few albums eh. So I bought it for old time's sake, and once home, I discovered that it wasn't really vintage Lindisfarne at all - starting with the /5(7).
  4. Listen free to Lindisfarne – The Very Best of Lindisfarne (Meet Me On The Corner, Lady Eleanor and more). 20 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, .
  5. Alan Hull appeared in "Squire", an episode of the BBC's Second City Firsts drama series. Lindisfarne disbanded in and Hull released a second solo album, Squire, then formed the short-lived Radiator, which also included drummer Ray Laidlaw of Lindisfarne and Jack the Lad.
  6. Swing Together: The Anthology () Alan Hull: Record Label: The Albums: Sham Record Label: The Best of Johnny "Guitar" Watson: Gangster of Love: Johnny "Guitar" Watson: Record Label:
  7. All Fall Down / We Can Swing Together. 2. Don't Ask Him / All Fall Down. +4. 2. We Can Swing Together (The Anthology ) • Compilation • Alan Hull +1. being led by Alan Hull and Rod Clements, until the death of Alan Hull in Clements kept the band going until , performing a final concert.
  8. Alan Hull, the Geordie poet, songwriter and musician who led the band Lindisfarne to fame in the early Seventies, was essentially a humanist, whose wryly observant lyrics came from heartfelt.
  9. Kicking off with the Two Singles Alan Wrote and Recorded with the Chosen Few, it Includes Further Pre-lindisfarne Material in the Shape of a Pair of Late 60s Skip Bifferty Demo s, Alongside Various Contemporary Solo Recordings, Notably his Fine Transatlantic Single, the Ubiquitous we Can Swing Together.4/4(2).

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