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Living Next Door To Alice: The Best Of Smokie

Smokie

Living Next Door To Alice: The Best Of Smokie

Smokie

Living Next Door To Alice: The Best Of Smokie

Release information

Release information

Label: Music Club Deluxe • Format: CD • Date: 16/07/2007 Cat#: MCDLX049 • Barcode: 5014797670495 • Genre: Rock Sub Genre: Glam Rock

Track Listing

  1. If You Think You Know How To Love
  2. Living Next Door To Alice
  3. Don't Play Your Rock 'N' Roll To Me
  4. I'll Meet You At Midnight
  5. Lay Back In The Arms Of Someone
  6. Oh Carol
  7. Wild Wild Angels
  8. Something's Been Making Me Blue
  9. For A Few Dollars More
  10. Needles And Pins
  11. It's Your Life
  12. Mexican Girl
  13. Take Good Care Of My Baby
  14. Stumblin' In (featuring Suzi Quatro and Chris Norman)
  15. Will You Love Me
  16. Baby It's You
  17. Julie
  18. I Can’t Stay Here Tonight
  1. Not Fade Away
  2. Pass It Around
  3. Make Ya Boogie
  4. Changing All The Time
  5. You’ll Be Lonely Tonight
  6. Girl Can’t Help It
  7. Do To Me
  8. Babe It’s Up To You
  9. It Makes Me Money
  10. Jet Lagged
  11. I’m In Love With You
  12. Liverpool Docks
  13. The Other Side of the Road
  14. What Can I Do (Live)
  15. In The Heat Of The Night (Live)
  16. Goin’ Tomorrow (Live)
  17. Think Of Me (Live)
  18. Living Next Door To Alice (Live)
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About this release

Smokie’s sound was a combination of hook-laden songs supplied by top pop team Nicky Chinn and Mike Chapman and distinctive but unashamedly Stateside influenced soft-rock harmonies. Though their very first television performance was on the rock-credible Old Grey Whistle Test, they found themselves virtual residents on Top Of The Pops as the Seventies ended. This collection tells their story superbly.

This is a comprehensive 2CD introduction to this highly successful pop rock outfit who scored no less than 11 UK top 20 hits during the second half of the 70’s. It boasts 36 classic recordings including 4 UK top 5 and 11 top 20 singles, key album tracks and super live cuts. With sleevenotes and compilation by Michael Heatley.