|A1||Saturday Night Fish Fry|
|A3||The Ballad Of Bonnie And Clyde|
|A4||That Old Rock’n’Roll|
|A5||Bring It On Home To Me|
|B2||Everything I Own|
|B4||Lawdy Miss Clawdy|
|6.25646 LF||Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames Featuring Zoot Money, Andy Fairweather-Low||Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames Featuring Zoot Money, Andy Fairweather-Low - My Favourite Songs! (LP, Album)||TELDEC||6.25646 LF||Germany||1983|
|SHLP 149||Georgie Fame||Bonnie & Clyde (LP, RE)||Showcase||SHLP 149||UK||1986|
|CHV 299||Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames Featuring Zoot Money, Andy Fairweather-Low||Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames Featuring Zoot Money, Andy Fairweather-Low - My Favourite Songs! (Cass, Album)||Chevron Tape Records||CHV 299||UK||1984|
|SHTC 149||Georgie Fame||Bonnie & Clyde (Cass, Album)||Showcase||SHTC 149||UK||1986|
Georgie Fame (born Clive Powell; 26 June 1943) is an English rhythm and blues and jazz singer and keyboard player. Fame, who had a string of 1960s hits, is still a popular performer, often working with contemporaries such as Van Morrison and Bill Wyman. Fame is the only British pop star to have achieved three number one hits with his only Top 10 chart entries: "Yeh, Yeh" in 1964, "Get Away", in 1966 and "The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde" in 1967.
Georgie Does His Thing with Strings draws on arranger Keith Mansfield's past as a sound library maestro to create a lush, sweeping approach with a distinctively cinematic edge.
Georgie Fame And The Blue Flames. Get On The Right Track Baby. Let The Sunshine In. Written-By – Barberis, Weinstein, Randazzo. Issued in a laminated front, flipback sleeve. Recording first published 1964. Records Limited (Controlled by Electric & Musical Industries Lt. Hayes, Middlesex, England. Made and printed in Great Britain.
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 John Wilson. Colin Green (former guitarist with & Blue Flames') with Tristan Powell (Georgie Fames' son on guitar). Colin Green and Tristan Powell. This gallery is from. Mastertapes-Series 5, Georgie Fame (the A-Side). Georgie Fame talks to John Wilson about his 1963 album, Rhythm & Blues at the Flamingo. BBC Radio 4. Galleries. Richard Hawley at the Crucible in s on Tour: Richard Hawley at the Crucible. Don McLean at BBC Maida Vale Studios-Series 8, Don McLean (A-side)
More albums from Georgie Fame: Georgie Fame by Georgie Fame. No worries by Georgie Fame. Rhythm And Blues At The Flamingo by Georgie Fame. How Long Has This Been Going On by Georgie Fame. Three Line Whip by Georgie Fame. Seventh Son by Georgie Fame. A Decleration Of Love by Georgie Fame. Going Home by Georgie Fame. View all albums . Fame At Last.
Listen to music from Georgie Fame like Somebody Stole My Thunder, I Almost Lost My Mind & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Georgie Fame. Fame was born in Leigh in Lancashire. At sixteen years of age he entered into a management agreement with Larry Parnes, who gave artists new names such as Marty Wilde and Billy Fury.
In 1990, Georgie Fame signed with producer Ben Sidran’s Go Jazz Records and his first album, Cool Cat Blues, was released on that label in 1991. Recorded in New York City, it featured such musical luminaries as Van Morrison, Jon Hendricks, Boz Scaggs, Will Lee, Robben Ford, Richard Tee and Bob Malach. The follow-up album, The Blues and Me, completed in 1991 and released in 1992, was recorded in similar musical company. It also featured special guests Dr. John, Phil Woods, Stanley Turrentine and Grady Tate. In the year 2000, Georgie’s CD, Poet in New York, was voted Best Jazz Vocal Album by the Academie du Jazz in France. In 2001, the latest Three Line Whip CD, Relationships, was released, which included some of Georgie Fame’s finest songwriting to date. In the same year, a compilation CD, Funny How Time Slips Away: The Pye Anthology, was released.