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Max Boyce - I Know Cos I Was There FLAC album


Performer: Max Boyce
Genre: Audio recording / Folk and World music
Title: I Know Cos I Was There
Country: UK
Released: 1978
Style: Comedy
FLAC version ZIP size: 1169 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1810 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1424 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 159
Other Formats: MP4 APE AHX DMF XM AU MIDI

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Released on the EMI label in 1978 with the UK catalogue number MAX 1001 Tracklisting : A1 Play On : Sospan Fach A2 I Was There : Interpolating Brief Extract Only From Delilah A3 The Day Gare. A1 Play On : Sospan Fach A2 I Was There : Interpolating Brief Extract Only From Delilah A3 The Day Gareth Was Dropped A4 Childhood Memories A5 With A Wee Dram And A Song A6 The Reverend Goronwy Roberts : Interpolating Heaven & Hell A7 Paid A Deud A8 Steve Mostyn Evans (The Bionic No. 8) : Interpolating Six Million.

Maxwell "Max" Boyce MBE (born 27 September 1943) is a Welsh comedian, singer and entertainer. He rose to fame during the mid-1970s with an act that combined musical comedy with his passion for rugby union and his origins in the mining communities of South Wales. Having sold more than two million albums in a career spanning four decades, and playing to full houses all around the world, Boyce is one of the most successful and enduring entertainers in Welsh history. Max Boyce was born in Glynneath  . The Very Best of Max Boyce released: 2005. Emi Comedy released: 2000. I Know 'Cos I Was There! released: 1978. The Incredible Plan released: 1976. We All Had Doctor's Papers released: 1975.

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Tracklist

A1 Play On: Sospan Fach
A2 I Was There
A3 The Day That Gareth Was Dropped
A4 Childhood Memories
A5 With A Wee Dram And A Song
A6 The Reverend Goronwy Roberts
A7 Paid A Deud
A8 Steve Mostyn Evans
B1 Green Green Fields
B2 The Two Silver Clocks
B3 Sirhowy Hill
B4 Ashes
B5 The Zulu War
B6 Farewell To The North Enclosure
B7 Play Off: Extract From Hymns And Arias

Notes

Red EMI on Tan with Made In Australia LP 12"

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MAX 1001, 0C 062-06 662 Max Boyce I Know 'Cos I Was There! ‎(LP) EMI, EMI MAX 1001, 0C 062-06 662 UK 1978
TC-MAX 1001 Max Boyce I Know 'Cos I Was There! ‎(Cass, Album) EMI TC-MAX 1001 UK 1978