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David McWilliams - This Side Of Heaven mp3 track

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Performer: David McWilliams
Title: This Side Of Heaven
Country: UK
Released: 1968
Style: Vocal
Category: Pop
Rating: 4.7 ✦
Other format: MIDI AAC RA MP4 WAV AHX AA

Tracklist

A This Side Of Heaven
B Mr. Satisfied

Companies, etc.

  • Made By – E.M.I. (Australia) Pty. Limited
  • Record Company – Major Minor

Credits

  • Producer, Arranged By – Mike Leander
  • Written-By – D. McWilliams*

Notes

Sample Record
Not For Sale

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 45-D463-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 45-D463-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 7XDEC1226
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 7XDEC1227
  • Rights Society: MCPS

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MM 561 David McWilliams This Side Of Heaven ‎(7", Single) Major Minor MM 561 UK 1968
17 503, 17503 David McWilliams This Side Of Heaven ‎(7", Single) Maxi, Maxi 17 503, 17503 France 1968
T-7734 David McWilliams This Side Of Heaven ‎(7", Single) Sonet T-7734 Sweden 1968
SN 20.105 David Mc Williams* Este Lado Del Cielo ‎(7", Single) Sonoplay, Major Minor SN 20.105 Spain 1968
14 044 AT David McWilliams This Side Of Heaven ‎(7", Single) Ariola 14 044 AT Germany 1968


Days of Pearly Spencer" (or in later releases "The Days of Pearly Spencer") is a 1967 song written and originally performed by Northern Irish singer-songwriter David McWilliams, and included on his second album David McWilliams. Although it charted in several countries in continental Europe and in Australia, the original version was not a chart success in either the United Kingdom or Ireland.

Matrix, Runout (Runout Side A stamped): D-463A-1C U . L 1. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side B stamped): D-463B-1C D U . Matrix, Runout (Label Side A): D 463-A. Matrix, Runout (Label Side B): D 463-B. Rights Society: MCPS. Tax Code): J/T. Other Versions (5 of 8) View All. Cat.

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In June 1967, his début album, David McWilliams Sings Songs from David McWilliams, made the Top Forty. The second one, simply called David McWilliams, fared even better, probably because it featured "The Days of Pearly Spencer". He stuck with Solomon and Major Minor for three further singles – "This Side of Heaven", "The Stranger" and "Oh Mama, Are You My Friend?" – before switching to Parlophone and then Dawn Records. In 1982, McWilliams moved back to Northern Ireland.

McWilliams released another album, David McWilliams III, and several further singles for Major Minor, and toured widely in Europe, on some occasions with The Dubliners and the Kerries. His 1968 song, "Can I Get There By Candlelight?" was used for the theme of a Dutch radio programme, Candlelight with Jan van Veen. He became popular in Germany and Italy, as well as in France and the Netherlands, and re-recorded some songs in Italian. Reportedly, David Bowie once named McWilliams as his favourite songwriter. - - - "This Side of Heaven"/"Mr Satisfied". - - - "Who Killed Ezra Brymay?"/"Marlena".

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