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Long John Baldry - Let The Heartaches Begin

Long John Baldry - Let The Heartaches Begin
Performer: Long John Baldry
Title: Let The Heartaches Begin
Country: US
Genre: Rock
Style:Pop Rock, Classic Rock
Released: 1967
Catalog number: 7098
Label: Warner Bros. Records
MP3 album szie: 1020 mb
FLAC album size: 2981 mb


1Hey Lord You Made The Night Too Long
Written-By – J. Baldry, Dwight, T. Macaulay
2Let The Heartaches Begin
Written-By – J. Macleod, T. Macaulay


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
7098Long John Baldry Let The Heartaches Begin ‎(7", Single)Warner Bros. Records7098US1967
HT 300140Long John Baldry Let The Heartaches Begin ‎(7", Single)Pye Records, Hit-Ton SchallplattenHT 300140Germany1967
H-242Long John Baldry Que Las Penas Del Corazon Empiecen / Señor Hiciste La Noche Demasiado Larga ‎(7", Single)Pye RecordsH-242Spain1967
7N-17408Long John Baldry Let The Heartaches Begin ‎(7", Single)Pye Records7N-17408Netherlands1967
7N 17408Long John Baldry Let The Heartaches Begin ‎(7", Single)Pye Records7N 17408Scandinavia1967


  • Directed ByJ. Macleod


  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): (KA16192)
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): (KA16193)

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Long John Baldry - Let the heartaches begin 1968 1 in UK I can hear the guitars start to play And very soon they say I was a fool to turn my love away The Heartaches Begin As Made Famous By: Long John Baldry. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Let the Heartaches Begin is a song performed by British singer Long John Baldry. The title of the B-side song is Annabella Who Flies To Me When She's Lonely. The single was a number one hit in the UK Singles Chart on 22 November 1967 where it stayed for two weeks. It was the second of two consecutive UK number one hits for the writing partnership of Tony Macaulay and John Macleod, the first being Baby Now That I've Found You by The Foundations. Macaulay says of the recording session Long John. Let the Heartache Begin In the Style of Long John Baldry. Redirected from Let the Heartaches Begin album. John William Long John Baldry 12 January 1941 21 July 2005 was an English-Canadian blues singer and voice actor. Before achieving stardom, Rod Stewart and Elton John were members of bands led by Baldry. He enjoyed pop success in 1967 when Let the Heartaches Begin. Listen album. Long John Baldry. Songs in album Long John Baldry - Let The Heartaches Begin 1968. Long John Baldry - Long And Lonely Nights No Friend Of Mine. Long John Baldry - Stay With Me. Long John Baldry - Ev'rytime We Say Goodbye. Long John Baldry - For All We Know. Long John Baldry - Better By Far. Long John Baldry - Let The Heartaches Begin. Long John Baldry - Wise To The Ways Of The World. With Let the Heartaches Begin, Baldry abandoned all pretenses at blues or soul for treacly MOR pop of the worst sort. The marketplace did not respond with the emphatic veto that cosmic justice demanded on the contrary, the single went to number one in Britain and was the singer's greatest commercial success by far. John William Baldry, popularly known as Long John Baldry January 12, 1941 July 21, 2005 was a pioneering blues singer from England. He sang with and influenced many notable British musicians with Rod Stewart and Elton John appearing in bands led by Baldry at various stages of the 1960s. He enjoyed pop success in the UK where Let The Heartaches Begin reached 1 in 1967 and in Australia where his duet with Kathi McDonald You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' reached the top 5 of the charts in 1980. Baldry lived in Canada from the late 1970s until h read more. Let The Heartaches Begin Q&A. Producers John MacLeod & Long John Baldry. Writers John MacLeod, Long John Baldry, Peggy Lee & 2 more. Label Pye Records. Originally Made By Lorraine Ellison. More Long John Baldry albums. Let The Heartaches Begin - The Pye Anthology. Looking at Long John Baldry: The UA Years 1964-1966. Show all albums by Long John Baldry