Rubettes is the third studio album by the English pop band The Rubettes, released on the State Records label in November 1975, their third studio album release within 12 months. It was the last Rubettes album produced by Wayne Bickerton and Tony Waddington. The album contained two UK top 40 hits - Foe Dee O Dee and Little Darling
Sometime In Oldchurch is the sixth studio album by the English band The Rubettes. It was released on the Polydor Records label in March 1978. Two singles were released from the album, both in advance: "Come On Over" and "Sometime In Oldchurch". In 1992, Dice Records (France) released the Rubettes' fifth and sixth albums (Baby I Know and Sometime In Oldchurch) as a double CD set. Side 1. "Great Be The Nation" (Alan Williams) - 5:20. Come On Over" (Alan Williams) - 4:00.
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Sometime In Oldchurch" (John Richardson, Alan Williams) - 4:35. Top Of The World" (Tony Thorpe) - 6:16. Still Unwinding is the seventh studio album by the English band The Rubettes. It was released on the Polydor label in October 1978, just seven months after their previous studio album Sometime In Oldchurch. It was the last album the band released in the 1970s - their next album Shangri'la, despite being recorded in 1979, was not released until 1992. The album contained two singles, both released in advance of the album - "Goodbye Dolly Gray" and "Movin'".
Sometime In Oldchurch. This song is by The Rubettes and appears on the album Sometime in Oldchurch (1977). Dear sweet sister release meSave this old man agonyI've seen sunshine and I've seen rainFor such a long time I've been in pain. Brother, oh brother life's long friendHelp me 'round life's last bend. Threw up my life You help meNow to painless heavenOh release me. Life has been goodLife has been kindWhen my life got toughI did not mind. Now I'm oldNeeding my deathTurn out my lightTake my last breath.
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