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Biography by James Christopher Monger. Scottish singer/songwriter best known as the leader of the popular British folk act the Ian Campbell Folk Group.
is an album by 10cc bass player Graham Gouldman. Released in 2000, the album is a mix of new songs and tracks from earlier stages of Gouldman's musical career. The title is a reference to his first solo album, released in 1968: The Graham Gouldman Thing. The album featured long-time Gouldman collaborator Andrew Gold on six tracks and former 10cc guitarist Rick Fenn on two tracks.
The book, written by Eoin Colfer, author of the Artemis Fowl series, was published on the thirtieth anniversary of the first book, 12 October 2009, in hardback. It was published by Penguin Books in the UK and by Hyperion Books in the US. Colfer was given permission to write the book by Adams' widow Jane Belson.
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Ian Campbell, who has died from cancer aged 79, was a leading singer in the British folk revival of the 1960s, and one of only a few folk artists to have had a song in the singles charts. His group's recording of The Times They Are a-Changin' reached no 42 in 1965. Campbell was recognised at this year's BBC Radio 2 Folk awards for his outstanding contribution to traditional music. Campbell was born in Aberdeen. His parents, Betty and Dave, were singers who specialised in the songs of north-east Scotland. In 1946, the family moved to Birmingham for work and, when Campbell left school, he became an apprentice in the city's jewellery quarter, where he subsequently worked for many years as an engraver. He married Pat in 1952 and they had four boys in the space of six years. The couple divorced in the 1980s.
Ian Campbell is an electronic and western art music composer from Denver, Colorado. Classically trained as a set drummer, Ian Campbell performs regularly with brass & indie-rock bands, and as a club/radio DJ. In between audio engineering jobs for clients across the country, he is currently working on multiple music projects including upcoming releases in 2014.
3. Wonder Why (Classic House Vocal Club Mix). 4. Wonder Why (Rachel Ellektra's Why Not Mix). 5. Wonder Why (Alliance DC Vocal Mix). 6. Wonder Why (RB-388 Fusion Mix). 7. Wonder Why (Nu Raverz Remix). 8. Wonder Why (Alliance DC Rhodes Mix). 9. Wonder Why (Alliance DC Instrumental).
|1||Odour Of Success||4:30|
|3||Them And Us||2:36|
|8||Good Morning Blue||4:42|
|9||The Man Who Played The Pipes||2:37|
|10||Its Over Now||3:52|
- Backing Vocals, Fiddle, Guitar – Aiden Forde
- Backing Vocals, Guitar – Neil Cox
- Backing Vocals, Synthesizer – Robin Campbell
- Bass Guitar – Angus Clark
- Piano, Guitar – Mick Bisiker
- Saxophone – Ted Bunting
- Vocals – David Campbell , Duncan Campbell , Ian Campbell , Lorna Campbell
- Written-By – Ian Campbell
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- Label Code: LC 6099