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Billy Fury - Hurtin' Is Loving / Things Are Changing mp3 download Performer: Billy Fury
Album: Hurtin' Is Loving / Things Are Changing
Released: 1967
Size MP3: 1476 mb.
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Bernie Taupin included the song, "Billy Fury", on his album, Tribe, released in 1986. Sound effects at the beginning of the song gave the impression that it is being played on a jukebox, and the "imaginary" vocalist sang about his desire to "be like Billy Fury" and have the trappings of a rock singer. Elton John appeared towards the end of the song contributing some backing vocals  . Hurtin' Is Loving" b/w "Things Are Changing". The Missing Years 1967-1980. Loving You " b/w "I'll Go Along With It" (from Sticks 'N' Stones). Suzanne In the Mirror" b/w "It Just Don't Matter Now".

Hurtin' Is Loving" b/w "Things Are Changing". Loving You" b/w "I'll Go Along With It" (from Sticks 'N' Stones). Lady" b/w "Certain Things" (from Sticks 'N' Stones. I Call for My Rose" b/w "Bye Bye". All the Way to the USA" b/w "Do My Best For You" (from The Missing Years 1967-1980). Why Are You Leaving?" b/w "Old Sweet Roll".

In 1962, Billy Fury's singles were in the Top 50 for 57 weeks - the 5th best return. In 1963, Billy Fury's singles were in the Top 50 for 49 weeks - the 6th best return. Hurtin' Is Loving/Things Are Changing. Loving You/I'll Go Along With I. .

Bernie Taupin included the song, "Billy Fury", on his album, Tribe, released in 1986 Sound effects at the beginning of the song gave the impression that it is being played on a jukebox, and the "imaginary" vocalist sang about his desire to "be like Billy Fury" and have the trappings of a rock singer Elton John appeared towards the end of the song.

Billy Fury was one of the UK's most underestimated performers. People that knew him well claim that Billy was a naturally quiet introvert who took on a completely different personality when he walked on stage. Although he has usually been portrayed as a rock and roller because of his beginnings, and his association with Larry Parnes, Billy Fury was an exceptional ballad singer. His soft style exuded a sexuality which even managed to find its way on to his vinyl and can be traced on many of his best recordings- like 'Halfway To Paradise' and 'Jealousy'. Hurtin' Is Loving/ Things Are Changing. Loving You/ I'll Go Along With It Now. Parlophone R5634.

The Sound of Fury was the first album released by Billy Fury in 1960. Described as "the best rock & roll album to come out of England's original beat boom of the late 1950s". Fury was arguably the first British rock 'n roll artist to write his own songs, sometimes under the pseudonym Wilbur Wilberforce. The album was recorded in Decca Studio 3, West Hampstead, London, on 14 April 1960. It featured Joe Brown on guitar, Reg Guest on piano, and bassists Bill Stark or Alan Weighell

We don‘t have an album for this track yet. View all albums by this artist. Hurtin' Is Loving - Live At The BBC. Don´t Knock Upon My Door. Cliff Richard & The Shadows.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A Hurtin' Is Loving
Written-By – Waller*, Asher*
B Things Are Changing
Written-By – Waller*, Sheeley*

Credits

  • Producer – Larry Parnes, Mike Leander (tracks: A)