Tracklist: 1. Intro, 2. Living In A Boom Time, 3. Blood Brother, 4. More Lives Than One, 5. Yuppie Scum, 6. My Own Sweet Way, 7. Castle Island, 8. Rigging It Up, Duncannon, 9. The Brits Come Rolling Back, 10. War Baby, 11. Back In The Ould Country. More albums from Tom Robinson: Only The Now by Tom Robinson. Love Over Rage by Tom Robinson. Hope And Glory by Tom Robinson. North By Northwest by Tom Robinson. We Never Had It So Good by Tom Robinson. Sector 27 by Tom Robinson. Live – Midnight At The Fringe by Tom Robinson. Cabaret ’79 by Tom Robinson.
Thomas Giles Robinson (born 1 June 1950) is a British singer-songwriter, bassist, radio presenter and long-time LGBT rights activist, best known for the hits "Glad to Be Gay", "2-4-6-8 Motorway", and "Don't Take No for an Answer", with his Tom Robinson Band. He later peaked at No. 6 in the UK Singles Chart with his solo single "War Baby". Tom Robinson was born into a middle-class family in Cambridge on 1 June 1950.
Album Living in a Boom Time, Tom Robinson. Tracking list e i testi dell'album: Living in a Boom Time Data di pubblicazione: 1992. Tracking list e i testi dell'album
VOX Magazine - October 1992 TOM ROBINSON Living In A Boom Time (Cooking Vinyl COOK CDO52). Across eleven tracks, recorded live on tour in Ireland earlier this year, Tom Robinson reinvents himself as a solo folk singer. Such a shift in emphasis may well prompt the agitprop fraternity to accuse him of going soft politically but, for the rest of us, Living In A Boom Time is Tom Robinson's most appealing album in years. released February 3, 2013. Guitar, keyboard & vocals by Tom Robinson Guests: Ciaran Wilde, sax on War Baby Peter Stewart, backing vocal on Back In The Ould Country.
Tom Robinson was born into a middle-class family in Cambridge on 1 June 1950. He attended Friends' School, Saffron Walden, a co-ed privately funded Quaker school, between 1961 and 1967. Robinson has two brothers and a sister: Matthew (former executive producer of BBC One's EastEnders and Byker Grove, currently running Khmer Mekong Films in Cambodia), George and Sophy. At the age of 13, Robinson realised that he was gay when he fell in love with another boy at school. Until 1967, male homosexual activity was still a crime in England, punishable by prison. Having It Both Ways released: 1996. Love Over Rage released: 1994. Living in a Boom Time released: 1992. Back in the Old Country released: 1989. Live: Midnight at the Fringe released: 1987.
Tom Robinson - Blood Brother, 04:32, . MB download mp3 full version here. Artist: Tom Robinson. Album: Living In A Boom Time. Download Tom Robinson - Blood Brother. Living In A Boom Time: Best 2 songs.
Tom Robinson - Living In a Boom Time 03:48. Tom Robinson - You Tattooed Me 03:47. Tom Robinson - Spain 04:51. Tom Robinson - A Song About Live Aid 00:37. Tom Robinson - July 13th 1985 03:35. Tom Robinson - En Nu (Spoken Intro) 00:17. Tom Robinson - Les Bourgeois 03:05. Tom Robinson - All The Way From Germany (Spoken Intro) 00:22.
LIVING IN A BOOM TIME Hmmm - deceptively so, I fear. Capo on the 2nd fret and play it in G. Effectively then the chords are. F///F///Am///F/// lots of times, then. G///G///Am///Am///G///G///F (read my lips). chorus is F///F///Am///Am///F///F///G///G/// twice. The stop-start "Living In A Boom time" bit is: Em/-C/D/Em/-C/D/Em//-CCCC C D. Submit corrections.