Mark Seymour & Paul Kelly - Hey Boys album
Title: Hey Boys
Style: Acoustic, Pop Rock
Date of release: 1992
Size MP3: 1462 mb
Size FLAC: 1175 mb
Format: MOD AU AIFF AA WAV ADX MP1
Paul Kelly is an Australian rock musician. He started his career in 1974 in Hobart, Tasmania and has performed as a solo artist, in bands as a member or has led bands named after himself. Some backing bands recorded their own material under alternate names, Professor Ratbaggy and Stardust Five, with Kelly as an individual member.
Gossip is the double LP debut album by Australian rock group Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls. Produced by Alan Thorne and Paul Kelly, it was released on Mushroom Records in September 1986, which peaked at No. 15 on the Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart, and achieved gold record status. There was commercial success for "Before Too Long" which peaked at No. 15 and "Darling It Hurts" reached No. 25 on the related Singles Chart.
Paul Kelly (Australian musician), Paul Maurice Kelly born 13 January 1955 is an Australian rock music singer-songwriter, guitarist, and harmonica player He has performed solo, an. Festival that year and was directed by his wife, Fairfax Kelly co-wrote "Hey Boys" with Mark Seymour Hunters & Collectors for the soundtrack of the 1992 Australian film, Garbo; when released as a single it peaked at No 62 Kelly contributed songs and vocals to the soundtrack of the 1993 television series Seven Deadly Sins.
Gypsy & The Cat, Paul Kelly.
Paul Kelly and the Stormwater Boys. Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls' second album, Under the Sun, was released in late 1987 in Australia and New Zealand, and in early 1988 in North America and Europe (under the name Paul Kelly and the Messengers). On the Kent Music Report Albums Chart, it reached No. 19. The lead single "To Her Door", written by Kelly, peaked at No. 14 on the related singles chart. Forster indicated that the song demonstrated one of Kelly's finest qualities as a songwriter which is his unforced empathy
They Thought I Was Asleep Lyrics. We were driving back from the country one night Mum and Dad up the front and the rest of us snug and tight My kid brother grizzled for a little minute 'Til my big sister told him he'd better quit it or die.
|1||–Mark Seymour, Paul Kelly||Hey Boys|
|2||–The Pogues||In And Out|
- Backing Vocals – Neil Finn (tracks: 1), Tim Finn (tracks: 1)
- Bass – Nick Seymour (tracks: 1)
- Drums – Peter Jones (tracks: 1)
- Engineer – Cameron Craig (tracks: 1)
- Engineer, Mixed By – Tony Espie (tracks: 1)
- Mandolin, Violin – Gerry Hale (tracks: 1)
- Producer, Written-By – The Pogues (tracks: 2)
- Vocals, Guitar – Paul Kelly (tracks: 1)
- Vocals, Guitar, Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – Mark Seymour (tracks: 1)
Notes"Hey Boys" was the first single from the "Garbo" soundtrack, a movie featuring Stephen Kearney and Neill Gladwin of Los Trios Ringbarkus.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 9399601106725