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John Howard (4) - The Dangerous Hours (CD, Album)

8 Replies to “ John Howard (4) - The Dangerous Hours (CD, Album) ”

  1. Feshura says:
    Sep 05,  · After The Dangerous Hours was completed, Cherry Hill approached John with the idea of doing another album of new material. "As I Was Saying" resulted in him appearing on BBC Radio 4's Midweek. He was his usual engaging self, and it proved another stab in the great wall of indifference.
  2. Gatilar says:
    May 24,  · John Howard Cut The Wire (You Are The Cosmos) As the last century died, English singer-songwriter John Howard was but a glimmer and and glint in the vinyl graveyards. Staring out from the cover of his sole LP Kid In A Big World like an early '70s suited and booted Dorian Gray, he was a lost, late arrival on the glittering tail-coats of Glam.
  3. Faehn says:
    Max Johns - I Could Be Dangerous music CD album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  4. Shakatilar says:
    The Dangerous Hour - The Dangerous Hour audiobook, by Marcia Muller Complacency can make a person careless, and Sharon McCone, who makes crime her business, should know that better than most. One minute she&#;s riding high with her detective agency expanding, her bank account growing, and her only &#;problem&#; a marriage proposal from her lover, Hy.
  5. Kigagar says:
    Jun 23,  · John Howard, The Dangerous Hours 4 / 5 stars 4 out of 5 stars. (Bad Pressings) Howard's only album, Kid in a Big World, had vanished in Reissued to .
  6. Gozahn says:
    Released in after being recorded in John's home studio. Released on Spanish record label Hanky Panky it marked the artist's move from the UK to southern Spain. Once again I can thoroughly recommend this album. The more you immerse yourself in John Howard's music the more subtle and beautiful you realise it is.
  7. Junos says:
    John Howard is a British singer-songwriter whose albums Kid In A Big World, Technicolour Biography and Can You Hear Me OK?, recorded in the mid '70s, were reissued by RPM Records thirty years later. He returned to recording in and has since released several albums of new material, The Dangerous Hours (), As I Was Saying (), Same Bed Different Dr.
  8. Dugis says:
    Can You Hear Me OK?, an Album by John Howard. Released in May on RPM (catalog no. RPM ; CD). Genres: Pop Rock, Singer/Songwriter, Soft Rock. Featured peformers: Richard Dodd (engineer), Lora Findlay (design), John Howard (composer, liner notes, vocals), Ian Shepherd (mastering), Gerry Shury (arranger), Pip Williams (arranger), Biddu (producer).

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