|Catalog #:||SF 8319|
|1||As You Were Dying||3:58|
|3||Dew Of Love||4:09|
|4||Before I've Said A Word||2:52|
|5||Home From The Hill||3:31|
|6||When Love Was Hard To Come By||3:37|
|7||What More Is There To Say?||4:17|
|11||A Bad Night||7:17|
On the sleeve:
Recorded at Advision Sound Studios, London
All titles published by Pulsar Carlin Ltd.
RCA Limited, Record Division, RCA House, Curzon Street, London W1
© 1972 RCA Limited
Printed in England by Robert Stace
On the labels:
All titles published by Pulsar/Carlin
℗ 1972 RCA Ltd.
Manufactured by RCA Limited, England
On the lyric sheet insert:
© Ken Howard and Alan Blaikley/Pulsar Music
℗ 1972 RCA Limited.
Delga Press Ltd., London, S.E.25
Peter Strakers 1st album a concept by Alan Blaikley and Ken Howard. Release on RCA Records in 1972. Private Parts Q&A. Producer Alan Blaikley & Ken Howard. Written By Alan Blaikley & Ken Howard. Keyboards Richard Hartley. Percussion Louis Jardimmmmm. Private Parts 1972. Album by Peter Straker. was sampled in. Listen free to Peter Straker Private Parts Before I've said a word, When love was hard to come by and more. 11 tracks 40:06. Ive seen good times, Ive been through bum times, but Im still here, Peter Straker sings at the top of the show, at the Pleasances new venue, a converted chapel strikingly decorated in baroque style. Peter Straker makes every song his own, with the most passionate voice. A truly amazing man, and also wonderful to work with. The album was called Private Parts, featured a semi-nude Straker on the cover with the map of England projected on his naked body, and unfortunately wasn't a hit. It was good though. Listen to the opening track, Before I've Said A Word it's impressive. Equally as good was the song that followed When Love Was Hard To Come By. It was the nickname given to Peter Straker. In Jim Hutton's Freddie's lover from 1984 until his death memoirs, Mercury And Me, Straker is mentioned several times. Examples: On Thursday, the night before Freddie's birthday, several people were at the house. Peter Straker was there, which meant he and Freddie would be up all night. Peter Straker is a highly accomplished actor, singer & musician whose career, beginning in the 1960s, spans five. Peter Straker born 7 November 1943 is a Jamaican-born singer and actor, best known for appearances in Doctor Who in the 1979 serial Destiny of the Daleks and the 1985 ITV series Connie. He also had a long-standing professional and personal relationship with Freddie Mercury. He first shot to fame in 1968 when he starred as Hud in the original London production of Hair. Straker has starred in countless West End productions since, including Pete Townshend's Tommy, Ken Hill's The Original Phantom of. Please vote. Add album to Cart. Changeling Vinyl 1978