Charles Hull ‎– Charles The First

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JAM Records (11) ‎– JAM 0024
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A1 Bring Me The Day
Written-By – Charles Hull
3:48
A2 The Look Of Love
Written-By – Burt Bacharach
3:30
A3 The Last Train
Written-By – John Coker (2)
3:38
A4 Head The Loving Words My Way
Written-By – Charles Hull
3:30
A5 Aisha
Written-By – Charles Hull
3:32
B1 It Had To Be You
Written-By – G. Kahn*, I. Jones*
4:20
B2 Just A Feeling
Written-By – Charles Hull
4:37
B3 Song Of The Sea
Written-By – Charles Hull
7:28

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Recorded at Jam Sound Studio N.S.W.
Cover by Soundart Pty. Ltd.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label  Cat# Country Year
BDCD1033 Charles Hull Charles The First(CD, Album, RE, Dig) Basement Digs BDCD1033 Australia 2006 Sell This Version

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Masterpaul

Masterpaul

December 28, 2013
Did not release Windchase, band was Windfall. Tourism 45 was for Central Coast, not Gold Coast.
Some more info at Jam Records (11).
DJ.Kinetic

DJ.Kinetic

October 11, 2010
edited 11 months ago

Funky jazz rock on the small Jam label. In reality, Jam = private press, but for some reason in Australia, there are so very few records that actually don’t have any label. The closest we really get is the EMI custom presses (when someone wanted to make their own record and approached EMI to press it), and the Jam label. This label is not without its slew of very rare and sought after releases, such as Windfall, and it is also not without its share of utter crap (Central Coast tourism 45s are NOT very good). This, however, is firmly in the earlier category. Reissued recently on CD, the album is a freaking killer fest of funky drums, warm rhodes and occasionally annoying singing. The best moments are instrumental though, and the pinnacle of the album has to be ‘Song of the sea’, with its gorgeous Rhodes riffs and nice little hidden drum-break. Damn hard to find too (aussiefunk.blogspot.com).