|B||Songs Of Praise|
|1C 006-05 177||Roy Wood||Dear Elaine / Songs Of Praise (7")||Harvest||1C 006-05 177||Germany||1972|
|HAR 5074||Roy Wood||Dear Elaine (7", Single)||Harvest||HAR 5074||New Zealand||1972|
|HAR 5074||Roy Wood||Dear Elaine (7", Single, Promo)||Harvest||HAR 5074||UK||1972|
|1 J 006-05.177||Roy Wood||Dear Elaine (7", Single)||Harvest||1 J 006-05.177||Spain||1973|
|3C006-05177||Roy Wood||Dear Elaine (7", Single)||Harvest||3C006-05177||Italy||1973|
Boulders is the debut solo album by English musician Roy Wood, recorded from 1969–1971 and released in July 1973 by Harvest Records. Wood began work on the album as a whimsical side-project away from his band the Move, and conceived it to explore numerous instruments he had collected in the 1960s but felt unable to use in the Move. Nonetheless, its release was delayed for several years due to his busy schedule with the Move, Wizzard and the Electric Light Orchestra.
My dear Elaine, may I see you again ? For I've loved you and I hope to be forgiven It's been a cold night, how I long to see the light To have you there, to feel your hair. Dear Elaine, will it still be the same ? From the gateway to your arms I am forbidden It's been a cold night, need the love that burns so bright To have you there, to feel your hair
Watch the video for Dear Elaine from Roy Wood's The Very Best of Roy Wood: Through the Years for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. i dedicated this track to my childhood sweetheart, elaine whitehead we are now in our 50s. and stll sends shivers down my spine. When Gran'ma Plays the Banjo. Miss Clarke and the Computer.
Ovo sounds presents roy wood$ mixtape.Roy Wood, Wizzard - Introducing Eddy and the Falcons (Full Album, 1974). Roy Wood - Mustard (1975) Full Album. The Move - Looking On (Full Album) 1970 (HQ). Roy Wood - Songs Of Praise (1973). Roy Wood Dear Elaine.
Dear Elaine - Roy Wood. 6. All the Way Over the Hill/Irish Loafer and His Hen (Medley) - Roy Wood. 7. Miss Clarke and the Computer - Roy Wood. 8. When Gran'ma Plays the Banjo - Roy Wood. Good price and three good albums. My memories of the Wizard album I had as an LP have seemed to have exaggerated it. It was a nice concept, and Wood experimented with many things with Wizard. But why did he have to use the screaming vocals in that era? The last album with the parking meter cover is nothing of note. The pioneering ELO album and Boulders are good.
Dear Elaine" and "Songs of Praise" from solo album "Boulders" SHVL 803 Made in Gt Britain ℗ 1972. A: Essex Music International B: Roy Wood Music/Carlin Music Corp. Matrix, Runout (A Side Label): SHAR. Matrix, Runout (A Side Stamped): SHAR 5074 A-4U KT. Matrix, Runout (B Side Stamped): SHAR 5074 B-1U KT. Matrix, Runout (A Side Stamped): Variant 1 SHAR 5074 A-3 KT.
Roy Wood - Dear Elaine 04:11. Roy Wood - Another Night 03:23. Roy Wood - Dancin' at the Rainbow's End 03:35. Roy Wood - Forever 03:47. Roy Wood - Starting Up 03:21. Roy Wood - When Gran'ma Plays the Banjo 03:18. Roy Wood - Songs Of Praise 04:46.