Peter Brown | Young and Foolish

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Young and Foolish

by Peter Brown

This album was first released in 1979 and was remastered for CD in 2002 and published by Lemang Music and we thank all the people who played on the album and provided help for the recordings.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Happy Times
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2. When Your Doors Are Closed
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3. All Those Summers Days
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4. Crying Inside
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5. Changes
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6. Now That I Got You
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7. Packed My Suitcase
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8. Rosie
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9. I Need Your Love
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10. Young & Foolish
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album "Young and Foolish" is a compilation of three demo tapes made in 1979 but they failed to attract record companies of song publishers, so I (Peter Brown) made them into cassettes and distributed them among friends. Later in 2002 the tracks were remastered and graphics done and a limited edition of the album on CD was made available. Musicians on the album are Peter Brown, lead and backing vocals, guitar, slide, harmonica, trumpet; Maurice Judge, guitars; Markiza, keyboards, vocals; Susan Ellery, keyboards; Seth, drums, Russell Lambert, drums; Gavin Murley, bass; Sammy, bass; Lyn Dobson, saxaphones; Ekhardt, flute, percussion; Jeremy Turner, violin, Patty Jones, Pat and Louise, backing vocals. Produced by Peter Brown, recorded by Nick Robbins and Omar Shakfat on analogue tape.

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