Label: A&M Records (2) - 069 493 353-2 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock, Prog Rock
Waiting So Long - Supertramp - "...Famous Last Words..." (CD, Album)

Listen free to Supertramp – Famous Last Words (Crazy, Put On Your Old Brown Shoes and more). 9 tracks ()Famous Last Words was the studio follow-up to 's Breakfast in America and the last album with vocalist/keyboardist/guitarist Roger Hodgson who left the group to pursue a solo career, thus it was the final album to be released by the "classic" Hodgson/Davies.

Mastered By – Doug Sax, Mike Reese. Photography By – Jules Bates, Tom Gibson (4) Producer – Supertramp. Producer, Engineer – Peter Henderson. Saxophone, Keyboards – John Helliwell. Vocals, Keyboards – Rick Davies. Vocals, Keyboards, Guitar – Roger Hodgson. Written-By – Offer Count: 2.

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SUPERTRAMP Famous Last Words ( US 9-track vinyl LP, 8th studio album including the singles Crazy, Don't Leave Me Now, It's Raining Again and Waiting So Long, catalogue number stickered picture sleeve which is still sealed and therefore in mint unplayed condition SP) more.

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2 Replies to “Waiting So Long - Supertramp - "...Famous Last Words..." (CD, Album)”

  1. General CommentA long time ago there was a preview show for this brand new Supertramp album called Famous Last sole person being interviewed was John Anthony Helliwell. This song is about how modern music royally sucks (and this was in ).5/5(1).

  2.  · Famous Last Words was the last album that Roger Hodgson made with Supertramp before seeking a solo career, and he made sure that radio would take kindly to his last hurrah with the band. Sporting an airy and overly bright pop sheen, Famous Last Words put two singles on the charts, with the poignant "My Kind of Lady" peaking at number 31 and the effervescent /10().

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