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  1. Douzil

    Graham Parker was born in Hackney, East London in In the summer of , Parker joined ex-members of three British pub-rock bands to form Graham Parker and the Rumour. They began in the British pub rock scene, often augmented at times by a four-man horn section known as The Rumour /5(3).
  2. Kazrakree

    Nov 16,  · Graham Parker And The Rumour: Heat Treatment ‎ (LP, Album) Philips: Ireland: Sell This Version/5().
  3. Gunos

    Sep 04,  · - Graham Parker (& The Rumour, et al.). dance_hall_keeper, Apr 20, # 's Heat Treatment, with the album Engineer being Robert John "Mutt" Lange: "Turned Up Too Late" - Graham Parker & The Rumour. I just got his 1st 2 records finally on vinyl and am enjoying them. Previously I had recently found the Mona Lisa's Sister album.
  4. Gazragore

    Parker and the Rumour’s first album “Howlin’ Wind” was recorded in London in late and released in April to widespread critical acclaim. This was followed in the same year by “Heat Treatment” and a hit EP, “The Pink Parker,” released on pink vinyl.
  5. Mazushura

    Graham Parker - Heat Treatment: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Heat Treatment: A2: That's What They All Say: A3: Turned Up Too Late: A4: Black Honey: A5: Hotel Chambermaid: B1: Pourin' It All Out: B2: Back Door Love See more tracks.
  6. Bragal

    Oct 17,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Graham Parker & The Rumour Heat Treatment YouTube James Baldwin Debates William F. Buckley () - Duration: The Riverbends Channel Recommended for you.
  7. Nisar

    A very similar pressing with slight label differences (most notably the lack of parenthesis around the '53') can be found here Graham Parker And The Rumour - Heat Treatment. Distributed by PolyGram Distribution Inc. (Labels).
  8. Vogul

    Graham Parker and the Rumour (led by British rock musician Graham Parker, with Brinsley Schwarz and Martin Belmont on guitars, Bob Andrews on keyboards, Andrew Bodnar on bass and Steve Goulding on drums) formed in the summer of in London, England, and began doing the rounds of the British pub rock scene. The band was also augmented at times by a four-man horn section known as The Rumour.

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