Back to Front is the second studio album by Irish singer-songwriter Gilbert O'Sullivan, released in October 1972 by MAM Records. The album follows the success of his 1971 debut album Himself and singles such as "Alone Again (Naturally)".
Himself (Gilbert O'Sullivan album). Himself is the debut album by Irish singer-songwriter Gilbert O'Sullivan, first released in the United Kingdom in August 1971 by MAM Records, following the success of the Top 10 hit "Nothing Rhymed", which features on the album. It was produced by Gordon Mills, whom O'Sullivan had contacted after failing to achieve success for three years
This song is by Gilbert O'Sullivan and appear. h I was born and raised in AlabamWell it sounds better than LeedsMama said the sooner you grow upThe sooner you can leaveAnd thus I came into existenceWhat else can I tell youI could reminisce about the kissThat really blew my mindI could demonstrate how when I was eightI celebrated nineI could be young I might be oldI could be and if soSo what.
Best of Gilbert O'Sullivan - Naturally - Студийный альбом от Gilbert O’Sullivan. В альбом вошло 19 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:03:34. Gilbert O'Sullivan - Alone Again (Naturally). Gilbert O& - IN A NUTSHELL ( B-Side of SO WHAT ). GILBERT O& - I Wish I Could Cry ( Rare Early Version ). Gilbert O'Sullivan - Why, Oh Why, Oh Why.
Gilbert O'Sullivan' ★★★★ Q Magazine ★★★★ Mojo Magazine Ethan Johns’ production keeps things simple, ensuring the focus is on Gilbert’s gloriously plaintive vocals. 78. 10. A Christmas message from Gilbert.
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Gilbert O'Sullivan (born Raymond Edward O'Sullivan, 1 December 1946) is an Irish singer-songwriter, best known for his early 1970s hits "Alone Again (Naturally)", "Clair", and "Get Down" Worldwide he has charted 16 top-40 records, including six songs, the first of which was 1970's "Nothing Rhymed" (for further information see Gilbert O'Sullivan discography). Following this release, and due in part to the then-ongoing MAM court case, O'Sullivan released no new material between 1983 and 1986. Apart from the single "So What ?" in 1990 and a compilation album in 1991 Nothing But The Best, O'Sullivan was absent from the charts until another compilation album, The Berry Vest of Gilbert O'Sullivan, returned him.
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|6.20816||Gilbert O'Sullivan||So What (12", Maxi)||Ultraphone||6.20816||Germany||1987|
|GOS 1/12||Gilbert O'Sullivan||So What (12")||Not On Label||GOS 1/12||Europe||Unknown|
|K10213||Gilbert O'Sullivan||So What (7", Single)||Interfusion||K10213||Australia||1990|
|6.14966||Gilbert O'Sullivan||So What (7", Single)||Ultraphone||6.14966||Germany||1987|
|1 IND 568, DIS 568||Gilbert O'Sullivan||So What (7", Single)||Indisc, Dover Records||1 IND 568, DIS 568||Belgium||1990|