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Craig Scott - Smiley FLAC album


Performer: Craig Scott
Genre: Pop music
Title: Smiley
Country: New Zealand
Released: 1971
Style: Vocal
FLAC version ZIP size: 1562 mb
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Craig Scott – Smiley (Vinyl) EMI Records New Zealand (1971). Original Pressing Of Second Album By 1970s New Zealand Pop Singer, Craig Scott. Very Collectable LP With Die-Cut Flip-Back Cover! Vinyl & Packaging Still In Great Condition!

Style: pop. Album year: 1972. Craig Scott - Day Tripper/We Can Work It Out 03:34. Craig Scott - I Could Never Live Without Your Love 02:40. Craig Scott - Can I Believe In You 02:52. Craig Scott - Marie 02:47. Craig Scott - I Will Bring You Flowers In The Morning 03:16. Craig Scott - Where Are You 03:18. Hold The Sun Back - Craig Scott. In MacArthur Park - Craig Scott. Presenting the Ross Taggart Trio - Craig Scott, Ken Lister, Ross Taggart, The Ross Taggart Trio.

Warner Chappell 1971. Main genre: Rock, Pop. Was sampled in 1 song. Hook, Riff Hip-Hop, Rap, R&B. Art House Audio by Bliss N Eso (2010).

It was the group's first foray into soul music and was heavily influenced by the R&B of Motown and Stax Records (artists such as Stevie Wonder). Lead single and opening track, "Wild Honey", became a minor hit with only a short chart stay. Its follow-up "Darlin'" reached the US Top 20. The album itself reached number 24 in the US and number seven in the UK.

His first release, 'Smiley' by Australian pop star Ronnie Burns got to on the NZ charts. He then released the single 'Star Crossed Lovers' (which was his only number one single), 'Let's Get A Little Sentimental', 'When Jojo Runs' and 'Ciao Baby' all made the top ten. His last single to be successful was 'Wind and Rain' in 1975 peaking at #11.

Craig Scott was a former Dunedin bank clerk, who also had a strong interest in rock and roll. He started singing and playing bass guitar for Dunedin band, the Klap, and then joined Dunedin's top band, Fantasy in 1968. This group had relocated to Christchurch by the end of 1968. The second single from the album was the title track, "Smiley"/"Where Are You" and was released on 14th June. Smiley" became Craig's most popular song and making it to the finals of the 1971 Loxene Gold Disc Awards, it took out first prize

Smiley - Craig Scott. Genre: pop. Songs: 13. Artist: Craig Scott. Songs: Craig Scott - I Could Never Live Without Your Love 02:40. Craig Scott - Do You Really Have A Heart 02:49. Craig Scott - Seasons In The Sun 03:24. Craig Scott - Ciao Baby 03:50. Craig Scott - Smiley 03:19. Craig Scott - Your Song 04:08. Craig Scott - Nothing Comes Easy 02:19. Craig Scott - I've Been Loving You 02:58. Craig Scott - Where Are You 03:18

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A Smiley
Written-By – Young*
3:15
B Where Are You
Written-By – Stevens*
3:15

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.

Credits

  • Music Director – Garth Young
  • Producer – Peter Dawkins

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HR.441 Craig Scott Smiley ‎(7", Single) His Master's Voice HR.441 New Zealand 1971
DB 8832 Craig Scott Smiley ‎(7", Single) Columbia DB 8832 UK 1971

Tracklist

Smiley
Where Are You

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HR.441 Craig Scott Smiley ‎(7", Single) His Master's Voice HR.441 New Zealand 1971
DB 8832 Craig Scott Smiley ‎(7", Single) Columbia DB 8832 UK 1971
DB 8832 Craig Scott Smiley ‎(7", Single, Promo) Columbia DB 8832 UK 1971