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Alexander Robertson - Shadow Of A Thin Man album

Alexander Robertson - Shadow Of A Thin Man album Performer: Alexander Robertson
Title: Shadow Of A Thin Man
Style: Vocal
Date of release: 1976
Size MP3: 1346 mb
Size FLAC: 1359 mb
Rating: 4.3

Gatefoldsleeve with lyrics inside. Engineered and Recorded at Morgan Studios, London. A Daniel Danzak & The Flying Scotsman Production by ckman.

Brian Alexander Robertson (born 12 September 1956) is a Scottish musician, actor, composer and songwriter. 1976: Shadow of a Thin Man (Arista) (released as Alexander Robertson). 1980: Initial Success (Asylum). 1981: Bully for You (Asylum).

Alexander Robertson School, 3 West 95th Street, New York, NY 10025. Main Office: (212) 663-6441 infoanderrobertson. Admissions: (212) 663-2844 tson.

Ballad of a Thin Man". from the album Highway 61 Revisited. Ballad of a Thin Man" is a dirge song written and recorded by Bob Dylan, and released as the final track on Side One of his sixth album, Highway 61 Revisited, in 1965. YouTube Encyclopedic.

A&M Recording Studio, Hollywood, CA. A&M, Los Angeles, CA. Ashcombe House, London, England. Bearsville Sound Studios, Bearsville, NY.

Watch now. Related News. TCM and Warner Launching New Classic Film Collections: Rooney, Garland, Astaire, Rogers, Thin Man 28 July 2011 Thompson on Hollywood. Johnny Depp solves Thin Man remake 10 May 2011 The Guardian - Film News. Stella for Star 09 April 2010 Backstage. See all related articles .

Ballad of a Thin Man is found on the album Real Live.

The best film in the series came first: The Thin Man (1934), . Van Dyke's marvelous adaptation of a Dashiell Hammet novel. The movie gods were in a generous mood when they paired William Powell and Myrna Loy as Nick and Nora Charles, the upper-class sophisticates whose sleuthing escapades somehow joined the classic form of the whodunit with the giddyup of screwball comedy. It is common wisdom that the Thin Man sequels adhere to the law of diminishing returns, and while none of the follow-ups reach the diamond level of the first film, all afford pleasures. There's the cocktail-swilling chemistry of Powell and Loy, for one thing, as well as the considerable satisfaction of average movies made during the studio system: the craftsmanship of studio hands, and a gallery of terrific character actors filling in supporting roles.


A1 Entrance
A2 No Strength In Numbers
A3 Tricky And Tough
A4 Sugar
A5 Tap! Tap! Tap!
A6 Trans Siberian Express
B1 Mighty England
B2 Hail Mary
B3 All The Thin Men
B4 Roxanna
B5 School Report

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  • Engineered At – Morgan Studios
  • Recorded At – Morgan Studios


  • Arranged By [Orchestra], Directed By [Orchestra] – David Whitaker
  • Art Direction – John Dyer
  • Bass – Herbie Flowers
  • Clarinet – Tony Coe
  • Design – Paul May
  • Drums – Barry Morgan, Simon Philips*
  • Engineer – Greg Jackman*
  • Guitar – Chris Spedding, Colin Green
  • Leader – Herbie Flowers
  • Lyrics By, Music By – Alexander Robertson
  • Mastered By – Arun Chakraverty
  • Other [Musical Boxes] – Reuge Of Switzerland
  • Percussion – Frank Ricotti
  • Photography – Olli
  • Piano – Alexander Robertson, Ronnie Price
  • Producer – Robertson*, Jackman*, Flowers*
  • Sleeve [Concept] – Alexander Robertson, Malcolm Allan


Gatefoldsleeve with lyrics inside

Engineered and Recorded at Morgan Studios, London.
A Daniel Danzak & The Flying Scotsman Production
by Robertson/Flowers/Jackman.