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Graham Bell - Graham Bell FLAC
Graham Bell
Graham Bell
Blues Rock, Art Rock, Prog Rock
6369 927, CAS 1061
FLAC size:
2715 mb
MP3 size:
2452 mb
WMA size:
1983 mb


1So Black And So Blue
Written-By – K. Kristofferson
2The Man With Ageless Eyes
Organ – Bob WilsonPiano – Tim HinkleyWritten-By – G. Bell
3How Long Will It Last
Written-By – B. Wilson, G. Bell
4Before You Can Be A Man
Written-By – G. Bell
5Watch The River Flow
Written-By – B. Dylan
6Too Many People
Written-By – B. Wilson, G. Bell
7The Thrill Is Gone
Written-By – B.B. King
8Down In The City
Written-By – G. Bell, T. Drummond
9After Midnight
Written-By – J.J. Cale
10The Whole Town Wants You Hung
Written-By – G. Bell


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CAS 1061Graham Bell Graham Bell ‎(LP, Album)CharismaCAS 1061UK1972
6369 927 LGraham Bell Graham Bell ‎(LP, Album)Charisma6369 927 LItaly1973
6369 927Graham Bell Graham Bell ‎(LP, Album)Charisma, Phonogram Pty Limited6369 927Australia1972
RJ-5079Graham Bell Graham Bell ‎(LP, Album)CharismaRJ-5079Japan1973
6369 927Graham Bell Graham Bell ‎(LP, Album)Charisma6369 927Scandinavia1972


  • Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone SaxophoneMel Collins
  • Baritone SaxophoneEddie Moredue
  • BassTim Drummond
  • DrumsIan Wallace
  • GuitarRon Cornelius
  • OrganTim Hinkley
  • PercussionDerek Quinn, Gasper Lawal
  • Piano, OrganBob Wilson
  • Tenor SaxophoneDerek Collins
  • TromboneNick Evans
  • TrumpetKenny Wheeler, Mark Charig
  • Vocals, Guitar, HarmonicaGraham Bell


"Mad Hatter" label.



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