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    Out Of Time - Chris Farlowe

    3:13

    Chris Farlowe (born John Henry Deighton, 13 October 1940, Islington, North London, England) is an English rock, blues and soul singer. He is best known for his hit single Out of Time, which rose to #1 in the UK Singles Chart in 1966,[1] and his association with Colosseum and the Thunderbirds. Outside his music career, Farlowe collects war memorabilia

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    Chris Farlowe - Out of Time

    3:36

    Year 1966

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    Atomic Rooster - Chris Farlowe Era - Live in Belgium 1972

    28:34

    Audio & Video Remastered by BrunoSamppa, 2018

    Pop Shop 05/10/1972 - RTBF - Belgium, 1972

    1. Breakthrough
    2. Black Snake
    3. A Spoonful Of Bromide Helps The Pulse Rate Go Down
    4. Can't Find A Reason
    5. The Rock

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    Handbags and Gladrags - Chris Farlowe

    3:25

    Another of his singles that deserved better.

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    Chris Farlowe - Out of Time 1986

    3:27

    Chris Farlowe - Out of Time 1986

    Released 1966

    You don't know what's going on,
    You've been away for far too long
    You can't come back and think you are still mine

    You're out of touch my baby
    My poor old fashioned baby
    I said baby, baby, baby, you're out of time

    Well, baby, baby, baby, you're out of time
    I said baby, baby, baby, you're out of time
    Yes you are left out, yes, you are
    I said you're left out of there without a doubt
    'cause baby, baby, baby, you're out of time

    You thought you was a clever girl
    Giving up your social whirl
    But you can't come back and be the first in line, oh yeah
    You're obsolete, my baby
    My poor old fashioned baby
    I said baby, baby, baby, you're out of time

    Well, baby, baby, baby, you're out of time
    I said baby, baby, baby, you're out of time
    Yes, you are left out, yes, you are
    I said you're left out of there without a doubt
    'cause baby, baby, baby, you're out of time

    Well, baby, baby, baby, you're out of time
    I said baby, baby, baby, you're out of time
    Yes you are left out, yes, you are
    I said you're left out of there without a doubt
    'cause baby, baby, baby, you're out of time

    (Instrumental)

    Yeah, baby, baby, baby, you're out of time
    I said baby, baby, baby, you're out of time
    Yes you are left out, yes, you are
    I said you're left out, out of there without a doubt
    'cause baby, baby, baby, you're out of time
    (Is everybody ready)

    Baby, baby, baby, you're out of time
    You thought you was a clever girl
    (Baby, baby, baby, you're out of time)
    You're livin' in that social whirl
    (Baby, baby, baby, you're out of time)
    Yes you are right now

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    Chris Farlowe - Out Of Time - HQ

    3:14

    Chris Farlowe (born John Henry Deighton, 13 October 1940, Islington, North London, England) is an English rock, blues and soul singer. He is best known for...

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    CHRIS FARLOWE - All Or Nothin - Hamburg Blues Band 2018

    5:56

    Hier ein schöner Song mit dem die Small Faces `Steve Marriott` schon 1966 ihren Erfolg in den Charts verbuchen konnten.

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    Chris Farlowe- Paint it black

    3:35

    A cover made by a guy a long time ago named Chris Farlowe which acording to my sources... made allot of covers of the Stones... .-. enjoy

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    Van Morrison and Chris Farlowe - Transformation - Later 25 live at the Royal Albert Hall

    3:39

    See more at 
    Van Morrison and Chris Farlowe perform Transformation live at the Royal Albert Hall for Later… with Jools Holland’s 25th anniversary celebration.

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    Chris Farlowe - Yesterday

    2:38

    Recorded in 1966, this is Chris Farlowe's soulful version of the Beatles classic song Yesterday. From the double-CD anthology Chris Farlowe Out Of Time (Immediate/Sanctuary)

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    Chris Farlowe & Jimmy Page - Prison Blues

    7:08

    From the album Outrider (1988).

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    Chris FARLOWE - Paint it black

    3:48

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    Chris Farlowe & Alvin Lee - Stormy Monday Blues | Rick Wakeman

    9:52

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    Chris Farlowe, Alvin Lee, Rick Wakeman's House Band - Staring Outta Windows
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    Van Morrison, Chris Farlowe , Its All Over Now Baby Blue ,York. 10.01.2003

    4:57

    Courtesy Of Woolhall

    with 2017 sound upgrade thanks to PB

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    Hamburg Blues Band feat. Chris Farlowe, Bluesgarage Isernhagen, 22.02.2019

    9:50

    Ganz großes Kino mit Chris Farlowe.
    Krissy Matthews an der Gitarre.

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    Alexis Korner ft Chris Farlowe and Eric Clapton - Got to get you off of my mind

    6:29

    Chris Farlowe (Vocals)
    Alexis Korner (Guitar)
    Zoot Money (Electric piano,vocals)
    Paul Jones (Harmonica)
    Duffy Power (Harmonica)
    Eric Clapton (Guitar)
    Neil Ford (Guitar)
    Colin Hodgkinson (Bass)
    Stu Speer (Drums)
    Mel Collins (Tenor saxophone, Soprano saxophone)
    Dick Heckstall-Smith (Tenor saxophone)
    John Surman (Baritone saxophone, Soprano saxophone)
    Dick Morrisey (Tenor saxophone)
    Art Themen (Tenor saxophone)
    Mike Zwerin (Trombone)
    Sappho Gillet (Tambourine/backing vocals)

    Taken from the video Eat A Little Rhythm And Blues.

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    Otis Redding, Eric Burdon & Chris Farlowe - Shake HD ♥♫

    5:08

    Otis Redding, Eric Burdon & Chris Farlowe with a great live performance of 'Shake', UK TV, London September 16, 1966.

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    Chris Farlowe with Jimmy Page - Money

    3:32

    Chris Farlowe formed The Thunderbirds in 1959. They were one of Britain's earliest blues-based rock bands. In April 1960 Jimmy Page helped Farlowe to produce a demo recording at R.G. Jones Studio in London. The demo did not lead to a recording contract right away, but 2 years later Farlowe signed with Decca and eventually had several U.K. hits including the #1 hit Out Of Time in 1966.

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    Van Morrison with Chris Farlowe - Stand By Me. Cyprus Avenue, Belfast. 31.08.2015

    4:01

    Sir Van Morrison performs on his 70th Birthday, 31st August, 2015. Stand by Me, with Chris Farlowe. From Cyprus Avenue, Belfast, Ireland.

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    Ronnie Lane Memorial Concert - The Jones Gang with Chris Farlowe All Or Nothing

    4:38

    The Jones Gang with Chris Farlowe All Or Nothing at the Ronnie Lane Memorial Concert on 8th April 2004 at the Royal Albert Hall

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    Chris Farlowe Ill Sing the Blues for You

    7:04

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    Denny Laine and Chris Farlowe - Out of Time Buffalo, NY

    5:26

    Denny Laine and his band perform with Chris Farlowe.

    Chris Farlowe is an English rock, blues and soul singer. He is best known for his hit single Out of Time, which rose to #1 in the UK Singles Chart in 1966, and his association with Colosseum and the Thunderbirds

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    chris farlowe - ride on baby - rolling stones cover - stereo edit

    2:54

    Edit for headphones. I think Chris' version of Ride On Baby (# 31 in Oct.1966) surely deserves attention, he turned it into a massive soul song! (Maybe I pumped it up a bit too much in this edit.) On Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate label Chris Farlowe recorded eleven singles, five of which were covers of the Rolling Stones songs Paint It, Black, Think, Ride On, Baby, (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction and Out Of Time *.

    Chris Farlowe (born John Henry Deighton, 13 October 1940 in Islington, North London) is an English rock, blues and soul singer. He is best known for his hit single Out of Time, which rose to # 1 in the UK Singles Chart in 1966, and his association with the bands Colosseum and the Thunderbirds. (Thunderbirds are in this video.)

    Inspired by Lonnie Donegan, Farlowe's musical career began with a skiffle group, the John Henry Skiffle Group, in 1957, before he joined the Johnny Burns Rhythm and Blues Quartet, in 1958. He met guitarist Bob Taylor in 1959 and, through Taylor, joined the Thunderbirds, who went on to record five singles for the Columbia label. On Island's Sue label, he released a version of Stormy Monday Blues under the pseudonym Little Joe Cook, which perpetuated the myth that he was a black singer.

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    * Song Review by Scott Janovitz

    In the 1960s, British R&B singer Chris Farlowe had a string of modest hits, due primarily to the efforts and high profile of his frequent producer, Mick Jagger. Farlowe's biggest successes were, in fact, songs penned by Jagger and Keith Richards, among other songwriting greats. Out of Time was one of the songs written by Jagger for Farlowe to record in 1966. Jagger was also producing the track, and in June of 1966 he recorded a version of it to serve as a guide for the upcoming Farlowe session. The track Jagger recorded (without the benefit of any of the other Rolling Stones) is a marvelous homage to the Wall of Sound production perfected by Phil Spector with groups like the Ronettes. The producer credited on Out of Time is Andrew Loog Oldham, the Stones' manager and producer (up until around 1967). He and Jagger (with the aid of another Stones collaborator, musical director Art Greensdale) managed to turn what was essentially a demo track into something far more structurally and sonically impressive. Out of Time contains all the elements used so effectively by Spector and mirrored in previous Stones recordings like We Were Falling in Love -- including the prerequisite string section, a strong backbeat from session drummer Andy White, multiple percussion tracks, bells, and a chorus of backing singers bathed in echo. Even Greensdale's apt arrangement is seemingly inspired by the early-'60s Spector hits, starting with a string section riff that gives way to the verse but comes back later as an interlude before the song launches into its final chorus. The powerful arrangement and melody of Out of Time really carry the lyric, which is directed at an unfaithful girl who wants to come back. When Jagger sings, You're obsolete my baby/My poor unfaithful baby/You're out of time, the nasty air of superiority illustrates the difference between Jagger's style and the songs he's mimicking. This is why Out of Time is such a notable moment in pop -- the majestic musical style pioneered by Spector in the early '60s is stripped of its idealistic romance and instead tied to a vitriolic narrative, indicative of the shift toward more realism in songwriting. Jagger was always the most pop-oriented of the Stones and this track is one among several -- including We're Wastin' Time, Blue Turns to Grey, and Spector's own Da Doo Ron Ron -- that he recorded in a similar style with several of the same session musicians. The Stones would later issue Out of Time as a single of their own in 1975. It was covered by the Ramones (also devotees of Spector and the Ronettes), among others.

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    Chris Farlowe - Out Of Time

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    From the 80's Channel 4 TV show 'The Unforgettables'
    Chris Farlowe is an English rock, blues and soul singer, best known for his hit single Out of Time. The song was a number 1 hit in the UK in 1966. His first band was his own John Henry Skiffle Group, where he played the guitar and sang too.
    However, he wanted to focus on his vocals and turned his hand to rock and roll with the name Chris Farlowe. He was the voice of a group called 'Chris Farlowe and the Thunderbirds.' They built up a reputation throughout the UK and Germany and eventually moved to R'n'B in the early 1960s.

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    Eric Burdon about Chris Farlowe and Yesterday

    3:38

    Eric Burdon about Chris Farlowe and Yesterday

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    Chris Farlowe Summertime

    4:42

    A different version of the great song Summertime by Chris Farlowe. Enjoy!

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    Clem Clempson Band feat. Chris Farlowe - I don´t need no doctor / Stormy Monday Blues

    12:37

    20 Jahre MusicHall Worpswede Open Air

    Ab ca. 22.30 Uhr steht dann „Clem Clempson Band feat. Chris Farlowe“ auf der Bühne. Die beiden prominenten Colosseum-Musiker bilden das Grundgerüst dieser Band. Clem Clempson, virtuoser Gitarrenspieler mit viel Gefühl für Melodie, weist eine sehr bunte Biographie auf und spielte mit einem Großteil der wichtigsten Musiker seiner Generation. Seit 2012 ist er mit Adrian Askew (keyboard), Reggie Worthy (bass) und Eddie Filipp (drums) unterwegs. Sänger ist Colosseum Frontman Chris „The Voice“ Farlowe.

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    Its a mans world - Chris Farlowe

    2:40

    Chris Farlowe on the RSG Otis Redding special.

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    Chris Farlowe - Paint it Black

    3:30

    Version

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    CHRIS FARLOWE open the door to your heart

    2:35

    Chris Farlowe began his career with the John Henry Skiffle Group in 1957, began to find his voice as a blue-eyed soul singer with the Johnny Burns Rhythm & Blues Quartet, joined the Thunderbirds for five singles on the Columbia label, released a wonderful version of Stormy Monday Blues under the pseudonym of Little Joe Cook, and finally signed with Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate Records imprint. Oldham, then the manager of the Rolling Stones, understood how to expand an opportunity when he could, and his label released five singles with Farlowe bringing his dramatic and soulful singing to bear on various Rolling Stones songs, Paint It, Black, Think, Ride on Baby, (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction, and Out of Time, which topped the U.K. singles chart in 1966. Farlowe also released ten other non-Stones related singles, most notably a version of Mike D'Abo's Handbags and Gladrags, and it is from this Immediate Records period that this set is drawn. Farlowe was a fine singer, and if he didn't grow to be an international star, he certainly deserved it.

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    Hamburg Blues band feat Chris Farlowe@Reigenlive 10 4 2019

    18:05

    Vienna Blues Spring 2019

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    P.J.Proby - Out Of Time / Chris Farlowe

    2:45

    Album track from P.J.Proby`s 1967 album Enigma. Unfortunately this album has not been available on CD for 15 years. Support P.J.P and visit his official website

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    CHRIS FARLOWE - Don`t Wanna Sing The Blues No More, Downtown Bluesclub 2018

    4:07

    Chris rockt noch mal richtig ab, wie in jungen Jahren im Star-Club Hamburg.

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    Chris Farlowe - Handbags And Gladrags - 1967 45rpm

    3:29

    Covered by many but Chris's was the first to appear as a single. Written and produced by Manfred Mann's singer Mike d'Abo, who explained it was saying to a teenage girl that the way to happiness is not through being trendy...there are deeper values. Only charted at No.33

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    Chris Farlowe - Dont Play That Song

    3:32

    CHRIS FARLOWE - DON'T PLAY THAT SONG - 14 THINGS TO THINK ABOUT (1966)

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    CHRIS FARLOWE - out of time - mit der Hamburg Blues Band, 2018

    3:55

    Chris Farlowe, trotz seines Alters noch immer eine ausgeprägte Stimme. Hier sein größter Nr. 1 Hit von 1966.

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    Chris Farlowe & The Thunderbirds - Man Of The World

    2:54

    +++ Love This Version +++ Chris Farlowe (born John Henry Deighton, 13 October 1940 in Islington, North London) is an English rock, blues and soul singer. He is best known for his hit single Out of Time, which rose to #1 in the UK Singles Chart in 1966, and his association with Colosseum and the Thunderbirds. Outside his music career, Farlowe collects war memorabilia. Inspired by Lonnie Donegan, Farlowe's musical career began with a skiffle group, the John Henry Skiffle Group, in 1957, before he joined the Johnny Burns Rhythm and Blues Quartet, in 1958. He met guitarist Bob Taylor in 1959 and, through Taylor, joined the Thunderbirds, who went on to record five singles for the Columbia label. On Island's Sue label, he released a version of Stormy Monday Blues under the pseudonym Little Joe Cook, which perpetuated the myth that he was a black singer.

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    chris farlowe - think - processed stereo

    3:36

    Edit for headphones. With lots of thanks to SoulSeek's Wolverine - thank you Logan for your tons of beauties - a Januari 1966 single, # 37 in the UK charts. Just like the early Rolling Stones' singles only available in mono, for European radio was mono back then. Producers: Andrew Loog Oldham, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards. Arranger and conductor: Art Greenslade. A Jagger/Richards composition. From the album Out of Time - the Immediate anthology.

    Chris Farlowe: vocals.
    Albert Lee: guitars, vocals.
    Ricky Chapman: bass guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals.
    Pete Solley: hammond organ, piano, electric piano, vocals.
    Carl Palmer: drums, percussion.
    Mick Jagger: backing vocals.
    Glyn Johns and Alan Florence: engineers.

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    Chris Farlowe - Handbags and Gladrags

    4:59

    Taken from the Collectors Premium Edition

    Two original Albums in one Box

    It has been a long way from the Johnny Burns Rhythm & Blues Quartet to this new re-release. John Deighton, more commonly known as Chris Farlowe, was the singer of the John Henry Skiffle Group, Atomic Rooster, Colosseum and of course the Thunderbirds.

    In 2001 together with the Norman Beaker Band (who has worked on stage and in the studio with Van Morrison, Alexis Corner, Chuck Berry, B.B.King, Buddy Guy and of course Chris Farlowe to name a few) Chris Farlowe recorded the album The Voice. The formation was strengthened through the exceptional Clem Clempson („Colosseum, „Humble Pie) on guitar.

    Hotel Eingang, another great album, was released in 2008 but this time with „Miller Anderson („Keef Hartley Band, T.Rex, Savoy Brown, Chicken Shack, Mountain und „Spencer Davis Group) on the guitar.

    These carefully remastered albums witness that Chris Farlowe is without a doubt one of the best singers Great Britain has ever had.

    We have added a few live tracks from the 2006 Chris Farlowe tour with the Norman Beaker Band.


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    Ride on Baby - Chris Farlowe

    2:55

    Well respected singer with his band The Thunderbirds. This is a Jagger/Richard number released as a single in 66/67. Also on the LP 'The art of Chris Farlowe'.

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    Chris Farlowe - Life Is But Nothing

    4:07

    CHRIS FARLOWE - LIFE IS BUT NOTHING ['YESTERDAY'S PAPERS' B-SIDE 1967]

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    Out Of Time - Chris Farlowe

    3:13

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    Out Of Time Chris Farlowe / The Rolling Stones cover Sarah Collins

    3:35

    Out Of Time Chris Farlowe / The Rolling Stones cover by Sarah Collins
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    Chris Farlowe - Everyone Makes A Mistake - 1967 45rpm

    2:04

    Chris' flip of 'Handbags And Gladrags'

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    Chris Farlowe Out Of Time

    3:43

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    chris farlowe and the thunderbirds - Im free - stereo edit

    2:23

    Edit for heaphones. Real good cover, sort of big band edition. From his third album The Art Of Chris Farlowe (1966).
    The album was produced by Mick Jagger and Andrew Loog Oldham. Engineer was Glyn Johns, for many years the Stones' engineer.
    Here is some interesting information about Chris Farlowe and the involvement of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards:

    Personnel on the album:
    Chris Farlowe: vocals.
    Albert Lee: guitars, vocals.
    Ricky Chapman: bass guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals.
    Pete Solley: hammond organ, piano, electric piano, vocals.
    Carl Palmer: dums, percussion.
    Andy White: drums, percussion on Out of Time.
    Mick Jagger: backing vocals.
    Alan Florence: 2nd engineer.
    Arthur Greenslade: strings arrangements, conductor.
    Alas, female vocals and horns unknown, they sure did a good job there!

    I'M FREE
    (Jagger/Richards)


    I'm free to do what I want any old time
    I'm free to do what I want any old time
    So love me, hold me, love me, hold me
    I'm free any old time to get what I want

    I'm free to sing my song though it gets out of time
    I'm free to sing my song though it gets out of time
    So love me, hold me, love me, hold me
    And I'm free any old time to get what I want

    Love me, hold me, love me, hold me
    But I'm free any old time to get what I want

    I'm free to choose what I please any old time
    I'm free to choose what I please any old time
    So hold me, love me, love me, hold me
    I'm free any old time to get what I want, yes I am

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    Van Morrison & Chris Farlowe - Sittin On Top Of The World / Something You Got

    8:13

    Live At Vitoria-Gasteiz Jazz Festival - Pol. Mendizorrotza- CD 2

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    Chris Farlowe The Hill Black Sheep

    4:50

    Chris Farlowe kennen die meisten nur durch seinen Gesang bei Colloseum. Hier wir schon deutlich, welches Potential in seiner Stimme steckt. Leider ist dieses Meisterstück von 1970 mit seiner damaligen Band The HIll untergegangen.

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    Chris Farlowe - The Last Goodbye

    2:52

    Another song written by Mike d'Abo who wrote 'Handbags And Gladrags'

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    Chris Farlowe - Out Of Time

    4:33

    Taken from the 2CD/DVD Set Live At Rockpalast 2006. Out December 14th 2018. Order now:

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