Hurricane smith - nice to see you (non album song)single. From Me to You. 405 views. Top Songs By Hurricane Smith. 1. Oh, Babe What Would You Say. Hurricane Smith. 2. Don't Let It Die. 3. Who Was It? Hurricane Smith. 4. Englishman In New York. 221. 5. My Mother Was Her Name. 109. 6. Beautiful Day, Beautiful Night.
Norman "Hurricane" Smith (22 February 1923 – 3 March 2008) was an English musician, record producer and engineer. Smith was born in Edmonton, Middlesex, and served as an RAF glider pilot during World War II. After an unsuccessful career as a jazz musician, Smith joined EMI as an apprentice sound engineer in 1959. Smith was the engineer on all of the EMI studio recordings by the Beatles until the autumn of 1965, when EMI promoted him from engineer to producer
Don't Let It Die. 2004. (CD - Vivid Sound Japan Nice to See You. 19. Would It Be Right? Hurricane Smith.
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Does anyone else think Hurricane Smith looks like Ron Jeremy, or is it just me? I love this song so much, but that aspect of it creeps me out a little. I thought it was a nice gesture when Hurricane motioned to his sax player at the end when the audience was applauding. He deserved acknowledgement. Always loved this song. Smith was an understated and underappreciated genius.
Hurricane Smith, Album. Don't Let It Die: The Very Best of Hurricane Smith. Other albums by Hurricane Smith. Oh Babe, What Would You Say? - Single. Hurricane Smith 2009. One of the more unlikely hit-makers in pop history, Hurricane Smith was a middle-aged engineer with a reedy, nasal voice who had made his only previous claim to fame by odd-jobbing around Abbey Road long enough to earn a spot engineering for the Beatles prior to Revolver, then building on his résumé by producing Pink Floyd's first two albums.
Album One Moment More. I felt the Faint trace of thunder Rattle this old house I saw the fire light the sky But there's no sign of rain anywhere. I need a hurricane To empty out this place Seems it's the only way To salvage any sense I have left To move on. I'm waiting To hear your voice again And lighten up this heart I'm holding on to stupid memories But I see you in every little thing
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|EMI 2262||Hurricane Smith||Nice To See You (7", Single, Promo)||EMI||EMI 2262||UK||1975|
|EMI 2262||Hurricane Smith||Nice To See You (7", Single)||EMI||EMI 2262||UK||1975|