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C. Smith, E. S. Smith, H. Smith, Harricane Smith, Harry Smith, Hurricaine Smith, Hurricane - Smith, Jimmy Crawford, Norman "Hurricane" Smith, Norman (Hurricane) Smith, Smith. Marketplace 3,829 For Sale. Don't Let It Die (Album).
Who Was It? Artist: Hurricane Smith. Album: Lost Hits of the 70's, Vol. 2, 2012. Hurricane Smith singing Who Was It written by Gilbert O'Sullivan. Has been played on. United States 7. Flower Power Radio. 2. Alans Golden Oldies.
Album Hurricane Smith. Norman Hurricane Smith - Who Was It? Songtext. 04 Many Happy Returns. 05 Getting to Know You. 06 Who Was It? 07 Back in the Country. 08 Don’t Let It Die. 09 Take Suki Home. 10 Theme From an Unmade Silent Movie.
Who Was It?, Take Suki Home. Producer: Hurricane Smith. Main genre: Rock, Pop. Was covered in 1 song. Rock, Pop. Who Was It by Gilbert O'Sullivan (1972). If you are running an ad blocker, please disable it on whosampled. com by following the instructions here. If ads still aren't showing, look into tweaking your browser settings so that they start to show. Thank you for supporting our work.
Don't Let It Die (2:35) 12. Oh, Babe What Would You Say (3:29) 13. Getting To Know You (2:56) 14. Who Was It? (3:04) 15. Take Suki Home (2:52) 16.
Chords for Hurricane Smith - Who Was It with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin. Hurricane Smith - Oh Babe, What Would You Say? (1972) HQ. Extract Chords. The Marmalade - Reflections Of My Life.
Norman "Hurricane" Smith (22 February 1923 – 3 March 2008) was an English musician, record producer and engineer. Smith was born in Edmonton, Middlesex, and served as an RAF glider pilot during World War II. After an unsuccessful career as a jazz musician, Smith joined EMI as an apprentice sound engineer in 1959. Smith was the engineer on all of the EMI studio recordings by the Beatles until the autumn of 1965, when EMI promoted him from engineer to producer
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Written-By – O'Sullivan*
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Written-By – Smith*
|DB 8916||Hurricane Smith||Who Was It? (7", Promo)||Columbia||DB 8916||UK||1972|
|7E 006-05115||Hurricane Smith||Who Was It? (7", Single)||Columbia||7E 006-05115||Norway||1972|
|SC-88616||Hurricane Smith||Who Was It? (7", Single)||Jugoton, Columbia||SC-88616||Yugoslavia||1972|
|1 C 006-05 115 M, 1 C 006-05 115||Hurricane Smith||Who Was It? (7", Single, Mono)||Columbia, Columbia||1 C 006-05 115 M, 1 C 006-05 115||Germany||1972|
|DB 8916||Hurricane Smith||Who Was It? (7", Single)||Columbia||DB 8916||UK||1972|