The Sensational Alex Harvey Band ‎– Tomorrow Belongs To Me

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Vertigo ‎– 9102 003
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A1 Action Strasse
Backing Vocals – Barry St. John, Liza Strike, Vicki BrownWritten-By – A Harvey*, H McKenna*, A Cleminson*
3:15
A2 Snake Bite
Written-By – A Harvey*
3:55
A3 Soul In Chains
Backing Vocals – Barry St. John, Liza Strike, Vicki BrownWritten-By – A Harvey*, D Batchelor*, H McKenna*, A Cleminson*
3:55
A4 The Tale Of The Giant Stone Eater
Written-By – A Harvey*, H McKenna*
7:20
A5 Ribs And Balls
Written-By – A Harvey*, C Glen*
1:51
B1 Give My Compliments To The Chef
Written-By – A Harvey*, H McKenna*, A Cleminson*
5:36
B2 Sharks Teeth
Written-By – A Harvey*, A Cleminson*
5:54
B3 Shake That Thing
Written-By – A Harvey*
3:20
B4 Tomorrow Belongs To Me
Written-By – F Ebb*, J Kander*
4:14
B5 To Be Continued
Written-By – A Harvey*, A Cleminson*
0:50

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Made in England [on labels and inner]

On polylined inner:
Patent No.1072844 8 1125555 Made in Engand 4913 000 15801 23

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  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1: Runout side A, stamped): 9102003 1 Y // 2 E 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1: Runout side B, stamped): 9102003 2 Y // 2 E 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2: Runout side A, stamped): 9102003 1 Y // 2 E 1 4 5 ∴
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2: Runout side B, stamped): 9102003 2 Y // 2 E 1 4 12
  • Other (On rear cover): Super De Luxe

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Stoffeler10

Stoffeler10

November 14, 2006
edited over 10 years ago

The first releases of The Sensational Alex Harvey Band are a pick ‚n’ mix of Rock & Roll, Blues and Chanson, fine but somehow traditionell albums.
„Tomorrow Belongs To Me“ paints a different picture.
It is richer, stronger and more glamorous than everything they did before. And its no exaggeration to say, that Alex Harvey, the scottish underdog is mutating into a real „working class glam- king“ here.
His way of singing always was totally unique, but on this record, he was really on top of his art. To call it eccentric would be a real understatement, that’s for sure.
The lyrics on this record might be funny and cryptic as usual but the intense use of keyboard arrangements give a more flamboyant and glamorous touch to the songs, which is good.
Though this music does not represent the „luxurious“ and arty perspective of David Bowie, Steve Harley or Roxy Music, it's one of the finest glam albums of the 70's in my opinion.
And definitely my favourite of this nowadays nearly forgotten band.