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  • Performer: John Bromley
  • Album: Songs
  • FLAC: 1750 mb | MP3: 1937 mb
  • Released: 2009
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John Bromley - Songs download album

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1 Only Foolish People
2 Melody Fayre
3 So Many Things
Written-By – John Bromley, John Raine
4 If You Are There With Me
5 Sugar Love
6 Old Time Mover
7 What Do You Think Of Me
8 What A Woman Does
9 Weather Man
10 I'm Gonna Love You Till I Die
11 Natural Born Loser
12 And The Feeling Goes
Bonus Songs
13 Only Foolish People [Demo]
14 My My
15 Weathermen [Demo]
16 Melody Fayre [Demo]
17 And The Feeling Goes [Demo]
18 For Once In My Life [Demo]
19 Just A Little Bit Of Love [Demo]
20 Hold Me Woman [Demo]
21 All The People In The World [Demo]
22 Darby & McKenney [Demo]
23 Comic Conversation [Demo]
24 Isn't This A Lovely Day? [Demo]
Written-By – John Bromley, Johnny Harris
25 This World's An Apple [Demo]
26 Wonderland Avenue USA
27 Kick A Tin Can
28 I Love Them All


  • Arranged By, Conductor – Gerry Shury (tracks: 1 to 12)
  • Mastered By [Sound Recreation] – Nick Robbins
  • Other [Sleeve Notes] – Brian Potter
  • Performer [Rhythm Section] – Fleur De Lys* (tracks: 2, 3, 5 to 8,10,27)
  • Producer – Graham Dee (tracks: 1 to 12)
  • Producer [For Compact Disc], Artwork, Design – Andy Morten
  • Producer [For Compact Disc], Compiled By – Mark A. Johnston
  • Producer [For Compact Disc], Mastered By [Sound Recreation] – Joe Foster
  • Written-By – John Bromley

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