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The Graham Gouldman Thing
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The Graham Gouldman Thing is the debut album by singer-songwriter Graham Gouldman. Gouldman had already written hit singles for Herman's Hermits ("No Milk Today" and "Listen People"), the Yardbirds ("For Your Love"), the Hollies ("Bus Stop") and Wayne Fontana ("Pamela, Pamela", "The Impossible Years") and on this album Gouldman delivered his own versions of some of those songs as well as other new compositions.

Almost everything Graham wrote for the acts that kept coming back for more was a hit somewhere in the world. kaloria kilo If anyone is overdue for inclusion in Ace’s Songwriter Series, it is Graham Keith Gouldman. Listen People brings together two dozen of his finest and most successful songs from a career that’s about to enter its 55th year, mostly performed by those who took them into the charts. It starts with his first recorded song, by his group the Mockingbirds from 1965, and ends with a collaboration with noughties teen sensations McFly. Песни в альбоме The Graham Gouldman Songbook 1964-2005 (2017). 1. That's How (It's Gonna Stay).

is an album by 10cc bass player Graham Gouldman. Released in 2000, the album is a mix of new songs and tracks from earlier stages of Gouldman's musical career. The title is a reference to his first solo album, released in 1968: The Graham Gouldman Thing. The album featured long-time Gouldman collaborator Andrew Gold on six tracks and former 10cc guitarist Rick Fenn on two tracks.

The Graham Gouldman Thing was the debut album by singer and songwriter Graham Gouldman.

Gouldman issued this solo album in 1968, featuring his own versions of the hits "For Your Love," "Bus Stop," and "No Milk Today" with eight other original tunes. The album blends pensive, acoustic-guitar driven compositions with light orchestral arrangements. It's a pleasant record, but ultimately does not measure up to the monster hit covers of his tunes.

Graham Gouldman Thing This same team then became the Manchester Mob and recorded March 1967's "Bony Maroni at the Hop" before Gouldman, Jones, Eddie Kramer, and Peter Noone began work on what became the songwriter's first solo album, The Graham Gouldman Thing. Largely comprising Gouldman's own versions of the songs he had written for others, the album (which would be released in America only) was prefaced with a new single, "No Milk Today" (a . hit for Herman's Hermits). A British 45, "Upstairs Downstairs," followed unsuccessful.