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Do-Ré-Mi - The "Happiest Place In Town" FLAC Album
Pop Rock
  • Performer:
    Do-Ré-Mi
  • Title:
    The "Happiest Place In Town"
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Pop Rock
  • Release date:
    1988
  • Country:
    Europe
  • Size FLAC version
    1966 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    2300 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1070 mb
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    715
  • Record from:
    Cassette, Album

Tracklist

1Adultery
Music By – Carter, PhilipWords By – Bray
4:10
2Wild And Blue
Music By – Carter, PhilipWords By – Conway
3:32
3That Hanging Business
Music By – Carter, PhilipWords By – Bray
2:53
4Desert Song
Music By – Conway, Carter, PhilipWords By – Conway, Bray
3:20
5Happiest Place In Town
Music By – Bray, PhilipWords By – Bray
2:44
6King Of Moomba
Music By – Conway, Carter, PhilipWords By – Bray
3:16
7Take Me Anywhere
Music By – Carter, PhilipWords By – Bray
3:26
8Haunt You
Music By – Carter, PhilipWords By – Conway, Bray
2:59
9Disneyland
Music By – Carter, PhilipWords By – Conway, Bray
3:11
10Heads Will Roll
Music By – Carter, PhilipWords By – Conway, Bray
3:17
11Valentines Day
Music By – Carter, PhilipWords By – Conway, Bray
3:27
12Friends Like You
Music By – Carter, PhilipWords By – Bray
3:00

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
208 892Do-Ré-Mi The "Happiest Place In Town" ‎(LP, Album)Virgin208 892Europe1988
258 892, CDV 2467Do-Ré-Mi The "Happiest Place In Town" ‎(CD, Album)Virgin, Virgin258 892, CDV 2467UK1988
V2467Do-Ré-Mi The "Happiest Place In Town" ‎(LP, Album)VirginV2467Australia1988
TCV2467Do-Ré-Mi The "Happiest Place In Town" ‎(Cass, Album)VirginTCV2467Indonesia1988
V2467Do-Ré-Mi The "Happiest Place In Town" ‎(LP, Album)VirginV2467UK1988

Credits

  • AccordionAlan Dunn
  • Backing VocalsDeborah Conway, Dorland Bray, Helen Carter
  • BassHelen Carter
  • Concept By [Album]Do-Ré-Mi, Pam Drewitt Smith
  • DrumsDorland Bray
  • EngineerMartin Rushent
  • Engineer [Assistant]Bruce Robins, Dave Clark
  • GuitarStephen Philip
  • HarmonicaJohnny Mars
  • Illustration, DesignPam Drewitt Smith
  • KeyboardsBob Noble
  • Lead VocalsDeborah Conway
  • Organ [Hammond]Bob Noble
  • PercussionDorland Bray, Frank Ricotti
  • Photography ByBrett Hilder
  • PianoAlan Dunn, Bob Noble
  • ProducerMartin Rushent
  • Tenor SaxophonePhilip Todd
  • TrumpetJohn Thirkell
  • Trumpet [Piccolo]Steve Sidwell (tracks: A3)

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5012981246747

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Virgin Records Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Parkgate Studios

Album

Songs in album Do-Ré-Mi - The ''Happiest Place In Town'' 1988. Do-Ré-Mi - Haunt You. Do-Ré-Mi - King Of Moomba. Do-Ré-Mi - Adultery. The Waiting Room. Alternative Rock Pop-Rock. The Happiest Place in Town is the second LP album by Australian rockpop group Do-Re-Mi and was released by Virgin Records in August 1988. The album has twelve tracks, which were written by lead vocalist Deborah Conway, drummer Dorland Bray, bass guitarist Helen Carter and guitarist Stephen Philip. Adultery was released as an EPCD single in 1987, it peaked at 22 on the National singles charts, and also appears on this album. The album and three singles, King of Moomba, The Happiest Place in Town. Album 1988 12 Songs. Pop , track from the 'Happiest Place in Town' album. Do-Ré-Mi released their second album in 1988, The Happiest Place in Town, produced by Martin Rushent. They disbanded at the end of 1988. Deborah Conway launched her solo debut String of Pearls in 1991 and has cDo-Ré-Mi released their second album in 1988, The Happiest Place in Town, produced by Martin Rushent. Deborah Conway launched her solo debut String of Pearls in 1991 and has c read more. Do-Ré-Mi's name is frequently misspelt as Do-Re-Mi or Do Re Mi. Do-Ré-Mi formed in Sydney, Australia in 1981. They released two 12-inch EPs on the Green label, Standing On Wires in 19 read more. That Hanging Business, 12. Happiest Place In Town. 12 tracks. Released in around the powerhouse pipes of vocalist Deborah Conway who would further indulge her fondness for the dramatic on Pete Townshend's 1989 rock opera The Iron Man, nearly everything about The Happiest Place in Town sounds equally large. The bass-drums-guitar trio behind Conway matches her intensity with blasts of funky rock that manage to be both muscular and consistently tuneful, augmented nicely with occasional brass. And Conway tackles big issues, offering perceptive takes on matters of the heart Adultery and bashing the usual musicianly targets suburban life, racis. Composers: John Carter - Bray - Philip - Do Re Mi. Valentines Day. Do Re Mi. The Happiest Place In Town. Composers: John Carter - Bray - Philip - Conway. Take Me Anywhere. Composers: John Carter - Bray - Philip. Heads Will Roll. Composers: John Carter - Bray - Conway - Philip. Composers: Bray - Philip - John Carter - Conway. Wild And Blue. Composers: Conway - John Carter - Phili. The Happiest Place in Town. Critic Score. New Album Releases. Soccer Mommy

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