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Smokie ÉNEK/BASSZUSGITÁR : TERRY UTTLEY
ÉNEK/GITÁR : MIKE CRAFT
ÉNEK/GITÁR : MICK MCCONELL
BILLENTYÜS HANGSZEREK : MARTIN BULLARD
DOB : STEVE PINNEL

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The Story of Smokie
The Early Years
To be rock 'n' roll survivors is an achievement. To be Europe's top live band, thirty years after its inception is truly fantastic but to still be enthusiastic, fresh, totally committed and in love with the music is a positive miracle.
In some ways miraculous is an adjective that suits 'SMOKIE' down to the ground. The original members, Terry Uttley, Alan Silson and Chris Norman shared the playground together at St. Bedes Grammar School in Bradford, West Yorkshire. Their first musical incarnation being "The Yen" followed more swiftly by "The Sphynx".
Terry remembers his contribution to both bands consisting of manual dexterity on a regular guitar minus two strings which served as his first bass, only to find that on the day he bought his first real guitar, the band fired him on schoolboy whim. Whilst Alan and Chris furthered their musical education, Terry became an apprentice printer but was finally lured into their newly named rock 'n' roll vehicle, "The Elizabethans". This particular band's major claims to fame include being sacked from Butlin's Holiday Camp after completing just one week of a summer season and being the first band to allow Radio One the dubious opportunity of running a competition to change their name yet again - this time to "Kindness". Equipped with their newly found radio sponsors, they quickly signed a recording deal with RCA and released a single "Light of Love".
This was followed by a period of recording with Decca Records, incidentally signed up by the man who turned down the Beatles. All of this activity amounted to absolutely nothing. Late in 1973, bewildered by their lack of success, they eventually successfully auditioned as the backing band for the illustrious Peter Noone whose 'Hermits' had apparently hidden themselves away.
A year's touring with Peter in the UK followed and it was then back to gigging around the North of England as they had done before.
Whilst working at a gig in Cheshire one night, they met a man called Bill Hurley, who liked what he heard and offered to work with the band with a view to securing gigs for them a little further south than the Manchester Ship Canal. The work started to flow in at this point and one day Bill heard that the hot production team, Mike Chapman and Nicky Chinn were actively looking for a new band to sign to their Production Company. Bill pestered them to the death, he also organised the best 'cheapo, cheapo' demos they could communally afford and presented them to the great men. The great men were singularly unimpressed and turned the band down flat.
In those days of supposed overnight success the young musicians were full of enthusiasm and fervour but they learnt along the way that surviving in a world of one-hit wonders and ever-changing musical fashion meant taking the knocks and battling on in pursuit of their musical goals and the only way to do that was by sheer hard work.
Mr. Hurley is not a man to take 'you must be joking' for an answer, so with an awful lot of further persuasion and several live auditions, they eventually caved in and signed the band in 1974. Once production had started, Mike and Nicky signed a deal with Mickey Most for his RAK label.The Hit Machine
The first public offering by the newly named band 'Smokie' was promptly banned by Radio One as they felt Pass It Around conjured up visions of extremely nasty drugs. It took quite a long period of time for the 'Smokie' hit machine to slip into gear. In fact the band were actually recording their second album for Chinn and Chapman in Paris when the news came through that their single If You Think You Know How To Love Me had started to sell well in the UK. It eventually peaked at No. 3 and went onto sell millions around the world. 'Smokie' consisting of Chris, Terry, Alan and Pete Spencer on drums spent the next 5 years touring the globe collecting Silver, Gold and Platinum discs almost everywhere they ventured with songs such as Don't Play Your Rock 'n' Roll To Me, Living Next Door To Alice and Oh Carol.
The decision to finally call it a day happened typically for Smokie at 35,000 feet on a flight to Sweden to record with one of luscious ladies from Abba. No one could really remember the real reason for the decision "It just seemed to be the right thing to do at the time".
Chris went off to pursue a solo career. Terry played with several bands including Peter Goalby (ex Trapeze), John Coughlan (ex Status Quo) and John Verity. Pete went back to song writing and Alan returned to Ilkley in West Yorkshire to await the phone call to summon him back to the band. Four years later, when the call finally came, Alan is quoted as saying "That was a nice long break". He is reputed to not have done too much in the period.Rebirth
It was the local Yorkshire Musician John Verity who was responsible for the re-birth of 'Smokie' back in 1986. The Bradford City Football Club had just suffered one of the worst disasters in sporting history when the club's main stand caught fire during a match with considerable loss of life. A relief fund for relatives was set up in Bradford and because of their local connections, John Verity invited Smokie to reform for a one-off benefit concert. The concert was a huge success not only for the relief fund but also for Smokie personally.
Three days after the concert, Chris Norman rang his old mates to ask the inevitable question "Shall we put Smokie back together again?" An affirmative answer saw our hero's back on the road, touring Germany, Austria and Switzerland, just as successfully as they had done before. They even ventured down under to 'Hogan' country. On the way back from 'Oz', once again, at 35,000 feet, Chris Norman dropped the bombshell that his solo career was now so successful, particularly in West Germany that he could no longer sustain his commitment to the band. Terry and Alan knew the new 'Smokie' could succeed, but how could it be done without Chris?
Mr. Norman offered the solution; he had a friend called Alan Barton, who he rated highly as a lead singer. Terry and Alan were not so sure - Alan Barton's musical background was very different to that of 'Smokie' and in the end they said no.
However, a few weeks later at Terry's house, Alan Barton was enjoying a small glass of Vimto when a jam session broke out and Mr Barton was called upon to duet with Chris Norman who happened also to be in attendance. What Alan and Terry saw that night instantly convinced them that Mr. Barton was precisely the man for the job and offered him the role of 'lead singer' on the spot.
The line up that we knew were:
* Alan Barton - Lead Vocals/Guitar * Terry Uttley - Vocals/Bass Guitar * Alan Silson - Vocals/Lead Guitar * Martin Bullard - Keyboards and * Steve Pinnell - Drums/Percussion
So the new 'Smokie' was born and after several irregular Smokie in the 80's sidemen, they now have the line-up we got to know. The 1989 hit album, Boulevard of Broken Dreams went on to firmly establish the line-up which has taken Smokie from strength to strength. In Norway alone the album spent the majority of the year in the top ten album charts, staying at number 1 for a record of 10 weeks.
The band toured continuously throughout the year working in Scandinavia, Germany, Austria, Eire and Australia, culminating in a sell-out tour of the UK, their first in their home territory for ten years.
1990 saw the band celebrating with a brand new album Whose Are These Boots a reference to Alan Silson's rather colourful and eccentric choice of footwear. 'Boots' takes the band through yet another musical dimension. Combining the very latest rock technology in the studio with ten highlyWhose Are These Boots album cover original songs comprising the writing talents of every band member, resulting in a piece of work that sounds modern, progressive and fresh, yet retaining the musical elements that have allowed Smokie to stay at the top of the musical tree for many many years. Since the 'Boots' album the band have since thrilled us with 18 Carat Gold, Chasing Shadows, echoing the classic Smokie style, which has kept them firmly in the forefront of Europe and Worldwide. Having successfully completed touring Europe, Scandinavia and South Africa and a brand new live video, Smokie were well and truly back. 1993 brought the release of the album Burnin' Ambition which had huge success in Germany. 1994 brought us the ultimate album Celebration a superb album blessed with their old and latest hits, with Can't Cry Hard Enough their newest song, and a favourite with all of the band.Tragedy
By 1995, Smokie were even stronger, with headlining tours booked across Europe. Tragically on their way to Dusseldorf airport the tour bus careered off the road in a freak hailstorm. There were three band members on the bus, Alan Silson, Terry Uttley and Alan Barton. Alan Silson and Terry Uttley suffered bad cuts and bruises. However, Alan Barton's injuries were so critical that after 5 days in Intensive Care, he lost his Picture of Alan Barton fight for life. The band had now to face the biggest crisis they had ever been through. Not only had they lost a great front man, but a very dear friend. They knew that if they didn't start work almost immediately, they never would. That meant the end of Smokie. With the help and support of fans and the media it was decided that they continue.
Auditions were soon to take place. Everyone knew that it would take a very special person to follow Alan Barton. Nevertheless, there was a need to continue. Mike Craft - a friend of the band, was invited to audition and after just playing one song, the band knew that Mike was to be their new front man. It was felt that Mike had the strength and sensitivity to take the band into their next chapter. And the story continues.The Band Today
Mike had now one of the hardest tasks for any new singer. With tours and festivals already lined up in Scandinavia and Germany he had now to give Smokie fans their first glimpse. Headlining above Joe Cocker, Wet Wet Wet, Black Sabbath, Fleetwood Mac, and stadia in excess of 30,000 Mike knew that he had to prove himself. Living Next Door To Alice (Who the F**K is Alice) featuring Roy Chubby Brown brought yet another new dimension into the bands history. First a hit for Smokie in 1976 and reaching No. 5 in the charts it is somewhat ironic that since it's re-release featuring Roy Chubby Brown in 1995, it again reached the top 5 selling in excess of 200,000 copies.
During 1996, Alan Silson found it increasingly difficult to come to terms with being on the road touring around. Eventually, he made the extremely hard decision to stop touring with the band. To stand in for Alan, the band brought in Mick McConnell. Mick was quickly accepted by all the fans and has now become a firm favourite.
Now the aptly named The World and Elsewhere has reached platinum in Norway and is advertised worldwide. A full tour of Germany was planned with the name The World and Elsewhere. This was a truly successful tour and after 31 days performing every night, a well-deserved rest was in order. However, with the release of a Christmas Album Light a Candle there were to be more and more promotional tours.
1997 saw the band travel to the USA, and the world capital of music, Nashville. They secured the services of renowned record producer, Barry Beckett to oversee the making of a new album. Barry was impressed with the musical and vocal talents of the band, and called in some favours from lots of writers, even the extremely talented and very famous Diane Warren. The selection of material for Smokie to work with was amazing, it was difficult to come up with the final selection of tracks, but what a selection. Wild Horses was born, an albumWild Horses album cover with a strong new country-rock flavour, but the unmistakable sounds of Smokie was to make it one of the most satisfying albums the band has ever made. Wild Horses has proved to be a very popular and successful album throughout Europe, and the tracks from it are now all firm favourites with the fans.
1998 and '99 saw Smokie continue with extensive European, Russian and South African tours, making lots of new fans along the way. A newly recorded "Collection" album was released in many countries, including some 'Wild Horses' tracks and also a recording of a Smokie version of Brave New World. This album has had tremendous appeal to lots of fans in Denmark, a tour of Sweden proved to be the best selling tour by any artist for Sweden in that year. This also meant that the Swedish Collection sales exceeded 90,000 and went platinum.
They also visited some new areas of the world. Ulaan Bataar, in Mongolia surprised them by it's fantastic welcome for the band and the high status they were held in. They played two sell-out nights in an open-air 25,000 capacity stadium, but amazingly, there was also another 60,000 people gathered outside of the stadium, just listening to them. as they couldn't all get tickets. South America also became Smokie territory, they played two shows in Montevideo, Uruguay, and the response from the people there amazed them, Uruguay looks like becoming a regular visit for them now. Malta was also another new venue on the Smokie tour list, and yet again another group of new fans collected in their travels. China was the next new area. They recorded a traditional Chinese folk song, but it now bears the unmistakable sound of Smokie. The Beijing concerts were a huge success and the song Nan Li Wan proved a real hit.
The new millennium also saw the recording of another big Uncovered album cover selling album - Uncovered, which achieved double platinum status. There was a TV documentary, a first UK tour in over a decade and another album, Uncovered 2. It just gets better and better.© Smokie 2011


A SMOKIE EGGY ANGOL ROCK EGYÜTTES, 1965-BEN ALAKULT. BRADFORD, YORKSHIRE NAGY-BRITANNIA.


Hivatalos Honlap < < < Kattints ide!!!

  • Felállások a kezdetektõl:(1965-1968)Chris Norman: ének/gitár ,Alan Silson: gitár/ének ,Terry Uttley: basszusgitár/ének, Ron Kelly: dob .
  • (1968-1986)Chris Norman: ének/gitár ,Alan Silson: gitár/ének ,Terry Uttley: basszusgitár/ének ,Pete Spencer: dob .
  • (1986-1995)Alan Barton: ének/gitár ,Alan Silson: ének/gitár ,Terry Uttley: basszusgitár/ének ,Steve Pinell: dob ,Martin Bullard: billentyüs hangszerek .
  • (1995-1996)Mike Craft: ének/gitár ,Alan Silson: gitár/ének ,Terry Uttley: basszusgitár/ének ,Steve Pinell: dob ,Martin Bullard: billentyüs hangszerek .
  • 1996-tól napjainkig Terry Uttley: ének/basszusgitár ,Mick Mcconell: gitár/ének ,Mike Craft: ének/gitár ,Steve Pinell: dob ,Martin Bullard: billentyüs hangszerek .


  • Alan Leslie Barton (R.I.P) (1953-1995)Smokie: ének/gitár 1986-tól-1995-ig


  • Albumok :

    THE MONTREAUX (1978)
    Smokie - THE MONTREAUX1.THE GIRL CANT HELP IT [watch video]
    2.POWER OF LOVE [watch video]
    3.NO MORE LETTERS [watch video]
    4.MEXICAN GIRL [watch video]
    5.YOU TOOK ME BY SURPRISE [watch video]
    6.OH CAROL [watch video]
    7.LIVERPOOL DOCKS [watch video]
    8.LIGHT UP MY LIFE [watch video]
    9.PETESEY,S SONG 
    10.FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE [watch video]
    THE MIDNIGHT CAFE (1978)
    Smokie - THE MIDNIGHT CAFE1.SOMETHING BEEN MAKING ME BLUE [watch video]
    2.WILD WILD ANGELS [watch video]
    3.POOR LADY {MIDNIGHT BABY} [watch video]
    4.WHEN MY BACK WAS AGAINST THE WALL [watch video]
    5.MAKE YA BOOGIE 
    6.STRANGER [watch video]
    7.WHAT CAN I DO [watch video]
    8.LITTLE LUCY [watch video]
    9.GOIN HOME [watch video]
    10.I,LL MEET YOU AT MIDNIGHT [watch video]
    THE OTHER SIDE OF THE ROAD (1979)
    Smokie - THE OTHER SIDE OF THE ROAD1.THE OTHER SIDE OF THE ROAD [watch video]
    2.DO TO ME [watch video]
    3.BELINDA [watch video]
    4.BIG FAT MOMMA [watch video]
    5.DONT TAKE YOUR LOVE AWAY THIS TIME [watch video]
    6.LONDON IS BURNING [watch video]
    7.BABE IT,S UP TO YOU [watch video]
    8.YOU DONT CARE [watch video]
    9.ALL ALONE 
    10.I CANT STOP LOVING YOU [watch video]
    11.TOO MANY PENNIES IN HELL [watch video]
    12.SAMANTHA ELIZABETH [watch video]
    13.SAN FRANCISCO BAY [watch video]
    THE VERY BEST OF SMOKIE (1981)
    Smokie - THE VERY BEST OF SMOKIE1.MEXICAN GIRL 
    2.BABY IT,S YOU [watch video]
    3.LIVING NEXT DOOR TO ALICE 
    4.SOMETHING,S BEEN MAKING ME BLUE 
    5.IT,S YOUR LIFE 
    6.IF YOU THINK YOU KNOW HOW TO LOVE ME 
    7.OH CAROL 
    8.TAKE GOOD CARE OF MY BABY 
    9.NEEDLES & PINS [watch video]
    10.LAY BACK IN THE ARMS OF SOMEONE 
    11.DONT PLAY YOUR ROCK N ROLL TO ME 
    12.WHAT CAN I DO 
    13.I,LL MEET YOU AT MIDNIGHT 
    14.FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE 
    15.WHO THE FOOK IS ALICE 
    ROCK AWAY YOUR TEARDROPS (1988)
    Smokie - ROCK AWAY YOUR TEARDROPS1.MY HEART IS TRUE [watch video]
    2.CRY IN THE NIGHT [watch video]
    3.HOLD ON FOR THE NIGHT [watch video]
    4.NEVER FLIGHT AGAIN [watch video]
    5.ROCK AWAY YOUR TEARDROPS [watch video]
    6.SECOND CHOICE [watch video]
    7.HOLD ON TIGHT [watch video]
    8.ONLY LOVE HURTS [watch video]
    9.LOOKING DAGGERS [watch video]
    10.HOT GIRLS AND SUMMER NIGHTS [watch video]
    11.IF YOU THINK YOU KNOW HOW TO LOVE ME [watch video]
    BOULEVARD OF BROKEN DREAMS (1989)
    Smokie - BOULEVARD OF BROKEN DREAMS1.BOULEVARD OF BROKEN DREAMS [watch video]
    2.FALLING APART [watch video]
    3.THINK ABOUT THE NIGHT [watch video]
    4.SOME TIMES YOU CRY [watch video]
    5.LOVE TAKE ME AWAY [watch video]
    6.MOVING MOUNTAINS [watch video]
    7.YOUNG HEARTS [watch video]
    8.STOP REWIND [watch video]
    9.ANGELINA [watch video]
    10.NORTHERN SOUL [watch video]
    18 CARAT GOLD (1990)
    Smokie - 18 CARAT GOLD1.LIVING NEXT DOOR TO ALICE 
    2.OH CAROL 
    3.IF YOU THINK YOU KNOW HOW TO LOVE ME 
    4.BOULEVARD OF BROKEN DREAMS 
    5.FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE 
    6.MY HEART IS TRUE 
    7.TAKE GOOD CARE OF MY BABY 
    8.SOMETHING,S BEEN MAKING ME BLUE 
    9.MR. TAMBOURINE MAN 
    10.I,LL MEET YOU AT MIDNIGHT 
    11.LAY BACK IN THE ARMS OF SOMEONE 
    12.THINK ABOUT THE NIGHT 
    13.WILD WILD ANGELS 
    14.NORWEGIAN GIRL 
    15.IT,S YOUR LIFE 
    16.ROCK AWAY YOUR TEARDROPS 
    17.DON,T PLAY YOUR ROCK N ROLL TO ME 
    18.NEEDLES & PINS 
    WHOSE ARE THESE BOOTS (1990)
    Smokie - WHOSE ARE THESE BOOTS1.IN THE MIDDLE OF A LONELY DREAM 
    2.HEARTBREAK ANGEL 
    3.I FEEL LOVE 
    4.ROMEO AND JULIET 
    5.EVERY LITTLE KISS 
    6.FISTFUL OF DOLLARS 
    7.THIS SIDE OF PARADISE 
    8.HURTING 
    9.NEVER MADE IN HEAVEN 
    10.HEAT OF THE NIGHT 
    THE BEST OF SMOKIE (1990)
    Smokie - THE BEST OF SMOKIE1.LIVING NEXT DOOR TO ALICE 
    2.NEEDLES & PINS 
    3.OH CAROL 
    4.LAY BACK IN THE ARMS OF SOMEONE 
    5.SOMETHING,S BEEN MAKING ME BLUE 
    6.COULDN,T LIVE 
    7.TALKING HER ROUND 
    8.TRAIN SONG 
    9.THE LOSER 
    10.MISS YOU 
    11.RUN TO YOU 
    12.HERE LIES A MAN 
    13.NOW YOU THINK YOU KNOW 
    14.NO-ONE COULD EVER LOVE YOU MORE 
    15.GOIN TOMORROW 
    16.WILL YOU LOVE ME 
    17.YOU TOOK MY BY SURPRISE 
    18.A STRANGER WITH YOU 
    THE STORY OF SMOKIE {4 CD-s SET} (1992)
    Smokie - THE STORY OF SMOKIE {4 CD-s SET}1.CANT CRY HARD ENOUGH 
    2.LIVING NEXT DOOR TO ALICE 
    3.DONT PLAY YOUR ROCK N ROLL TO ME 
    4.NAKED LOVE {BABY LOVE ME} 
    5.OH CAROL 
    6.LYN IN THE ARMS OF SOMEONE YOU LOVE 
    7.SURFIN 
    8.I FEEL LOVE 
    9.ROCK AWAY YOUR TEARDROPS 
    10.YOU,RE SO DIFFERENT TONIGHT 
    11.IN THE MIDDLE OF A LONELY DREAM 
    12.ONLY LOVE HURTS 
    13.WHAT CAN I DO 
    14.DONT STOP THIS LOVE 
    15.ANGELINA 
    16.YOUNG HEARTS 
    17.LOVE TAKE ME AWAY {SLEEPING BEAUTY} 
    18.HEARTS NEED COMPANY 
    19.THINK ABOUT THE NIGHT 
    20.NEEDLES & PINS 
    21.IT,S YOUR LIFE 
    22.WORKING FOR THE WEEKEND 
    23.WILD ANGELS 
    24.BOULEVARD OF BROKEN DREAMS 
    25.THE RAIN CAME DOWN 
    26.SOMETIMES YOU CRY 
    27.ROMEO AND JULIET 
    28.NEVER TURN YOUR BACK ON YOUR FRIENDS 
    29.HEARTBREAK ANGEL 
    30.NEVER FIGHT AGAIN 
    31.LOOKING DAGGERS 
    32.LISTEN TO YOUR RADIO 
    33.EVERY LITTLE KISS 
    34.MY HEART IS TRUE 
    35.MARIAH 
    36.MOVING MOUNTAINS 
    37.HURTIG 
    38.IF YOU THINK YOU KNOW HOW TO LOVE ME 
    39.FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE 
    40.DERRY GIRL 
    41.SOMETHING,S BEEN MAKING ME BLUE 
    42.BANG BANG 
    43.CRY IN THE NIGHT 
    44.FALLING APARTH 
    45.CANT THIS BELOVE 
    46.IT,S MY HEART 
    47.LIVE IS OUT OF THE QUESTION 
    48.ONE NIGHT IN VIENNA 
    49.HOT GIRLS AND SUMMER NIGHTS 
    50.RESPECT 
    51.THIS SIDE OF PARADISE 
    52.DESTINY 
    53.STOP REWIND 
    54.HEAT OF THE NIGHT 
    55.TAMBOURINE MAN 
    56.ALL MY LIFE 
    57.LAY BACK IN THE ARMS OF SOMEONE 
    58.TAKE GOOD CARE OF MY BABY 
    59.I,LL MEET YOU AT MIDNIGHT 
    60.CHASING SHADOWS 
    61.I,D DIE FOR YOU 
    62.HOLD ON TIGHT 
    63.NEVERMADE IN HEAVEN 
    64.LIKE AN EAGLE 
    65.DONT PLAY THAT GAME WITH ME 
    66.HOLD ON FOR THE NIGHT 
    67.FISTFUL OF DOLLARS 
    68.NORWEGIAN GIRL 
    69.RELYING ON YOU 
    70.REMEMBER THE DAYS 
    71.NORTHERN SOUL 
    72.SCREAM YOU GUITAR 
    73.LOVE SOME TIMES TAKES TIME 
    74.ONE MORE DANCE 
    75.WHO THE FOOK IS ALICE 
    THE COLLECTION (1992)
    Smokie - THE COLLECTION1.IF YOU THINK KNOW HOW TO LOVE ME 
    2.POOR LADY {MIDNIGHT BABY} 
    3.MEXICAN GIRL 
    4.IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT 
    5.LIVING NEXT DOOR TO ALICE 
    6.FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE 
    7.WILD WILD ANGELS 
    8.DONT PLAY YOUR ROCK N ROLL TO ME 
    9.OH CAROL 
    10.CHANGING ALL THE TIME 
    11.SOMETHING,S BEEN MAKING ME BLUE 
    12.LAY BACK IN THE ARMS OF SOMEONE 
    13.I,LL MEET YOU AT MIDNIGHT 
    14.NEEDLES & PINS 
    15.BABY IT,S YOU 
    16.IT,S YOUR LIFE 
    17.LIVERPOOL DOCKS 
    18.CHRIS NORMAN & SUZI QUATRO-STUMBLIN 
    CHASING SHADOWS (1992)
    Smokie - CHASING SHADOWS1.DONT PLAY THAT GAME WITH ME 
    2.YOU,RE SO DIFFERENT TONIGHT 
    3.RESPECT 
    4.LYIN IN THE ARMS OF THE ONE YOU LOVE 
    5.DONT STOP THIS LOVE 
    6.THE RAIN CAME DOWN 
    7.CHASING SHADOWS 
    8.ONE NIGHT IN VIENNA 
    9.ALL MY LIFE 
    10.I,D DIE FOR YOU 
    11.REMEMBER THE DAYS 
    12.SCREAM YOU GUITAR 
    DONT PLAY YOUR ROCK N ROLL TO ME (1993)
    Smokie - DONT PLAY YOUR ROCK N ROLL TO ME1.DONT PLAY YOUR ROCK N ROLL TO ME 
    2.PASS IT AROUND 
    3.WE,RE FLYING HIGH 
    4.POOR LADY {MIDNIGHT BABY} 
    5.PETESEY SONG 
    6.BACK TO BRADFORD 
    7.LIVING NEXT DOOR TO ALICE 
    8.SUNSHINE AVENUE 
    9.NO ONE COULD EVER LOVE YOU MORE 
    10.THE DANCER 
    11.I CANT STAY HERE TONIGHT 
    12.JULIE 
    13.POWER OF LOVE 
    14.LIGHT UP MY LIFE 
    15.I DO DECLARE 
    16.CHANGING ALL THE TIME 
    BURNIN AMBITION (1993)
    Smokie - BURNIN AMBITION1.BANG BANG 
    2.NAKED LOVE {BABY LOVE ME} 
    3.NEVER TURN YOUR BACK 
    4.ON YOUR FRIENDS 
    5.LOVE SOMETIMES TAKES TIME 
    6.LISTEN TO YOUR RADIO 
    7.ONE MORE DANCE 
    8.RELYING ON YOU 
    9.SURFIN 
    10.CANT THIS BE LOVE 
    11.DERRY GIRL 
    12.MARIAH 
    13.DESTINY 
    14.LOVE IS OUT THE QUESTION 
    GOLD {DUPLA CD} (1994)
    Smokie - GOLD {DUPLA CD}1.LIVING NEXT DOOR TO ALICE 
    2.SOMETHING,S BEEN MAKING ME BLUE 
    3.DONT PLAY YOUR ROCK N ROLL TO ME 
    4.I,CANT STAY HERE TONIGHT 
    5.POOR LADY {MIDNIGHT BABY} 
    6.IT,S YOUR LIFE 
    7.CHANGING ALL THE TIME 
    8.MEXICAN GIRL 
    9.LAY BACK IN THE ARMS OF SOMEONE 
    10.STRANGER 
    11.TALKING HER ROUND 
    12.FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE 
    13.THE DANCER 
    14.NOW YOUR THINK YOU KNOW 
    15.WE,RE FLYING HIGH 
    16.NEEDLES & PINS 
    17.STUMBLIN IN 
    18.IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT 
    19.BABY IT,S YOU 
    20.OH CAROL 
    21.BACK TO BRADFORD 
    22.THE COLDEST NIGHT 
    23.POWER OF LOVE 
    24.I,LL MEET YOU AT MIDNIGHT 
    25.IF YOU THINK YOU KNOW HOW TO LOVE ME 
    26.WILD WILD ANGELS 
    27.LIVERPOOL DOCKS 
    28.PETESEY,S SONG 
    29.WHEN MY BACK WAS AGAINST THE WALL 
    30.GOIN TOMORROW 
    31.THE GIRL CANT HELP IT 
    32.I DO DECLARE 
    CELEBRATION (1994)
    Smokie - CELEBRATION1.NAKED LOVE {BABY LOVE ME} 
    2.IF YOU THINK YOU KNOW HOW TO LOVE ME 
    3.LIVING NEXT DOOR TO ALICE 
    4.CANT CRY HARD ENOUGH 
    5.LAY BACK IN THE ARMS OF SOMEONE 
    6.WILD WILD ANGELS 
    7.DONT PLAY THAT GAME WITH ME 
    8.NEEDLES & PINS 
    9.SURFIN 
    10.DONT PLAY YOUR ROCK N ROLL TO ME 
    11.OH CAROL 
    12.CHASING SHADOWS 
    13.BANG BANG 
    14.IT,S YOUR LIFE 
    15.NEVER TURN YOUR BACK ON YOUR FRIENDS 
    16.FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE 
    17.I FEEL LOVE 
    18.LIKE AN EAGLE 
    19.I,LL MEET YOU AT MIDNIGHT 
    20.THINK ABOUT THE NIGHT 
    THE WORLD & ELSEWHERE (1995)
    Smokie - THE WORLD & ELSEWHERE1.ROCK N ROLL RODEO 
    2.HAVE YOU EVER SEEN THE RAIN 
    3.TILL HELL FREEZES 
    4.ROSE-A-LEE 
    5.LOVE LIKE A ROCKET 
    6.I CAN BE A HEARTBREAKER TOO 
    7.COMING HOME TONIGHT 
    8.LOVE CAN CHANGE YOUR HEART 
    9.TILL YOU FOLLOW ME 
    10.LAST TRAIN 
    11.WHEN THE LIGHTENING STRIKES 
    12.STEPPIN ON SEASHELLS 
    13.WHERE SORRYS NOT ENOUGH 
    14.TELL MY WHY 
    15.WILL YOU STILL LOVE ME TOMORROW 
    WHO THE FOOK IS ALICE (1995)
    Smokie - WHO THE FOOK IS ALICE1.WHO THE FOOK IS ALICE 
    2.LAY BACK IN THE ARMS OF SOMEONE 
    3.IF YOU THINK YOU KNOW HOW TO LOVE ME 
    4.NEEDLES & PINS 
    5.DONT PLAY YOUR ROCK N ROLL TO ME 
    6.OH CAROL 
    7.I,LL MEET YOU AT MIDIGHT 
    8.IT,S YOUR LIFE 
    9.BOULEVARD OF BROKEN DREAMS 
    10.I FEEL LOVE 
    11.FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE 
    12.TAKE GOOD CARE OF MY BABY 
    13.THIS SIDE OF PARADISE 
    14.SOMETHING,S BEEN MAKING ME BLUE 
    15.WILD ANGELS 
    16.NAKED LOVE {BABY LOVE ME} 
    17.ITS MY HEART 
    18.LIVING NEXT DOOR TO ALICE [watch video]
    19.CANT CRY HARD ENOUGH 
    THE HITS COLLECTION 3 CD-s BOX (1995)
    Smokie - THE HITS COLLECTION 3 CD-s BOX1.NEEDLES & PINS 
    2.LAY BACK IN THE ARMS OF SOMEONE 
    3.LIVING NEXT DOOR TO ALICE 
    4.NAKED LOVE {BABY LOVE} 
    5.DONT PLAY THAT GAME WITH ME 
    6.FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE 
    7.WILD ANGELS 
    8.BOULEVARD OF BROKEN DREAMS 
    9.HOT GIRLS AND SUMMER NIGHTS 
    10.TAMBOURINE MAN 
    11.MY HEART IS TRUE 
    12.CANT CRY HARD ENOUGH 
    13.YOURE SO DIFFERENT TONIGHT 
    14.THINK ABOUT THE NIGHT 
    15.HEARTBREAK ANGEL 
    16.WORKING FOR THE WEEKEND 
    17.OH CAROL 
    18.LISTEN TO YOUR RADIO 
    19.DONT PLAY YOUR ROCK N ROLL TO ME 
    20.NEVER TURN YOUR BACK ON YOUR FRIENDS 
    21.ROCK AWAY YOUR TEARDROPS 
    22.TAKE GOOD CARE OF MY BABY 
    23.CHASING SHADOWS 
    24.SURFIN 
    25.SOMETHING,S BEEN MAKING ME BLUE 
    26.IN THE MIDDLE OF A LONELY DREAM 
    27.LYING IN THE ARMS OF SOMEONE YOU LOVE 
    28.BANG BANG 
    29.CRY IN THE NIGHT 
    30.FISTFUL OF A DOLLARS 
    31.THE RAIN CAME DOWN 
    32.LOVE ME AWAY {SLEEPING BEAUTY} 
    33.IF YOU THINK YOU KNOW HOW TO LOVE ME 
    34.IT,S YOUR LIFE 
    35.I,LL MEET YOU AT MIDNIGHT 
    36.HOLD ON TIGHT 
    37.I FEEL LOVE 
    38.FALLING APART 
    39.DERRY GIRL 
    40.YOUNG HEARTS 
    41.NORWEGIAN GIRL 
    42.CANT THIS BELOVE 
    43.LIKE IN EAGLE 
    44.LOVE SOMETIMES YOU CRY 
    45.LOVE ISOUT OF THE QUESTION 
    46.I,D DIE FOR YOU 
    47.ALICE {WHO THE FOOK IS ALICE} 
    LIGHT A CANDLE (1996)
    Smokie - LIGHT A CANDLE1.IT WONT BE CHRISTMAS 
    2.MARY,S BOYCHILD 
    3.LIGHT A CANDLE 
    4.HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS 
    5.A SPACEMAN CAME TRAVELING 
    6.SILENT NIGHTE 
    7.A WINTERS TALE 
    8.WHEN A CHILD IS BORN 
    9.O LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM 
    10.HOLY NIGHT 
    11.WHITE CHRISTMAS 
    12.AWAY IN A MANGER 
    13.O, CHRISTMAS TREE {O, TANNENBAUN} 
    WITH LOVE (1999)
    Smokie - WITH LOVE1.IF YOU THINK YOU KNOW HOW TO LOVE ME 
    2.WILL YOU STILL LOVE ME TOMORROV 
    3.WHEN IT,S THE RIGHT TIME 
    4.LAYBACK IN THE ARMS OF SOMEONE 
    5.LOOKING FOR YOU 
    6.COMING HOME TONIGHT 
    7.TAKE GOOD CARE OF MY BABY 
    8.AIN,T IT FUNNY HOW IT WORKS 
    9.LOVE CAN CHANGE YOUR HEART 
    10.BABY IT,S YOU 
    11.GOODBYE YESTERDAY,S HEARTACHE 

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