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Performer: Claire Hamill
Genre: Rock
Title: Stage Door Johnnies
Country: UK
Released: 1974
Style: Folk Rock, Vocal, Classic Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1972 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1955 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1908 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 960
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Stage Door Johnnies is the third album by English singer-songwriter Claire Hamill, released in 1974. All tracks composed by Claire Hamill; except where indicated. We Gotta Get out of This Place" (Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil) - 3:20. Oh Daddy (Blues) (You Don't Have No Mamma at All)" (Ed Herbert, William Russell) - 3:44. All the Cakes She Baked Him" - 3:21. Trying to Work It Out" - 3:32. Geronimo's Cadillac" (Michael Martin Murphey, Charles John Quatro) - 4:22.

Claire Hamill 컬렉션을 완성하세요. The little known Claire Hamill deserves wider recognition, on this her 3rd and possibly best (at least most distinctive) album produced by The Kinks' Ray Davies she deftly darts between musical styles from folk to rock to pop but always sounding like herself (a less neurotic Joni Mitchell? The more well-adjusted Aunt of Tori Amos?).

October (Claire Hamill album). October is the second album by English singer-songwriter Claire Hamill, released in 1973. Hamill has identified the subject of the track "Speedbreaker" as being John Martyn with whom she had an affair. Island" (Steve Smith) - 3:21. Please Stay Tonight" - 3:02. Wall to Wall Carpeting" - 2:22. Speedbreaker" - 3:12.

Claire Hamill (born Josephine Claire Hamill, 4 August 1954 in Port Clarence, County Durham, in northern England) is a British singer-songwriter. As well as her solo career, she has collaborated with Wishbone Ash and Yes' Steve Howe. In 1973, she met Ray Davies of the Kinks, who signed her to his Konk label for her third album Stage Door Johnnies, an album which included her first covers. She toured America for the second time that year and went on another UK tour supporting Gilbert O'Sullivan. In addition, she recorded what would be her final album of the 70s and the second one for Konk, titled Abracadabra.

Claire Hamill-Stagedoor Johnnies. Claire Hamill-Love In The Afternoon. Claire Hamill-You Dear. Top Songs By Claire Hamill. 1. Someday We'll All Be Together. 364. 2. The Moon Is A Powerful Lover (From The Album "Touchpaper"). 312. 3. Awaken-Lark Rise. 266. 4. Baseball Blues (From The Album "One House Left Standing"). 164. 5. The Last Shirt (From The Album "Summer"). 137. 6. Trees (From The Album "Love In The Afternoon"). In the early 1980s she worked with Wishbone Ash, appearing as a guest performer on their albums Just Testing (1980) and Number the Brave (1981), and she joined the group for their 1981/82 tour

Tracklist

We Gotta Get Out Of This Place 3:18
Oh Daddy (Blues) (You Don't Have No Mamma At All) 3:42
All The Cakes She Baked Him 3:20
Trying To Work It Out 3:32
Geronimo's Cadillac 4:24
Something To Believe In 4:08
You Know How Ladies Are 2:44
You Take My Breath Away 2:36
Go Now 3:32
Luck Of The Draw 3:12
Stage Door Johnnies 2:04

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KONK 101 Claire Hamill Stage Door Johnnies ‎(LP, Gat) Konk KONK 101 UK 1974
KONK 101 Claire Hamill Stage Door Johnnies ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Konk KONK 101 US 1974
KONK 101 Claire Hamill Stage Door Johnnies ‎(LP, Promo, Gat) Konk KONK 101 US 1974
IPS-80213 Claire Hamill Stage Door Johnnies ‎(LP, Promo, Gat) Konk IPS-80213 Japan 1974
AIRAC-1257 Claire Hamill Stage Door Johnnies ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap) Air Mail Archive AIRAC-1257 Japan 2006

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The little known Claire Hamill deserves wider recognition, on this her 3rd and possibly best (at least most distinctive) album produced by The Kinks' Ray Davies she deftly darts between musical styles from folk to rock to pop but always sounding like herself (a less neurotic Joni Mitchell? The more well-adjusted Aunt of Tori Amos?). Anyway, it all sounds like Claire Hamill, a beautiful voice and talented songwriter able to pull off a touching ballad or the quick syncopation of a jazz-influenced folk song without a blink. Even the unlikely pop-rocker of "Geronimo's Cadillac" had me tapping my foot and smiling (it sounds like a Sister piece to The Kinks' "Lady Genevieve" from the same period).I kept expecting something awfully 70s to happen, but it was delivered effortlessly with effervescence and there was no embarassment. There is not a bad song on this album, and there's nothing awkward to date it firmly to 1973. This was a difficult time for music and an album which is as consistent and strong throughout as this is rare. If you enjoy Joni Mitchell you will enjoy this album... but I have to say that Claire's delivery is remarkably modern and possibly stands above the best female singer-songwriters of the past two decades, she comes across like Amos-Morissette-Crowe but with everything unlikeable about them removed... not just the angstiness but the lack of imagination also. If you enjoy this album... spread the word!