Pete Dello and Friends - Into Your Ears (Rare Folkprog UK 1971)

Selasa, 09 Oktober 2012

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Pete Dello (born Peter Blumsom, 1942, Oxford, Oxfordshire) is a 1960s and 1970s singer-songwriter and now music teacher.

Dello started his career as a musician in the skiffle era of the 1950s and was a founding member of the rock and roll band Grant Tracy and The Sunsets, after which he joined Steve Darbyshire's backing group, The Yum Yum Band, in the mid 1960s. This led onto him forming Honeybus, with whom he scored the hit single "I Can't Let Maggie Go" in 1968.

He wrote songs with all his bands (and also for The Applejacks). The Dello-penned song "Do I Figure In Your Life?" has been covered by the likes of Dave Berry, Joe Cocker, Iain Matthews, Dave Stewart, Paul Carrack and Dana. His co-writer was Ray Cane. Dello was also a session musician, and he was hired for bands like Unit 4 + 2, The Scaffold and The Roulettes.

Quickly leaving Honeybus rather than tour and promote the single, he next cut a solo album Into Your Ears in 1971, and also worked with John Killigrew. Ultimately he quit the music industry for other interests during the 1970s.

1. Its What Youve Got  
2. Theres Nothing That I Can Do For You  
3. Im A Gambler  
4. Harry The Warwig  
5. Do I Still Figure In Your Life  
6. Uptight Basil  
7. Taking The Heart Out Of Love  
8. On A Time Said Sylvie  
9. A Good Song  
10. Its The Way  
11. Go Away  
12. Arise Sir Henry 

13. Taking The Heart Out Of Love  
14. Uptight Basil  

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