9 thoughts on “ A Girl I Used To Know - Danny Wilson (2) - Meet Danny Wilson (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Meet Danny Wilson on Discogs/5(3).
  2. The recording of "A Girl I Used to Know" on the CD version is very different to the vinyl version. According to Gary Clark, the reason for the re-recording was that the band members weren't very happy with the original performance. This dissatisfaction, coupled with the record company looking for big singles from the album, meant the band felt Label: Virgin.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Danny Wilson - A Girl I Used To Know at Discogs. Complete your Danny Wilson collection/5(13).
  4. There's a cult of Meet Danny Wilson lovers and if you ever ask them about the album, a Steely Dan comparison is bound to come up. It's not without merit, and considering that the other bands the album might remind you of -- Deacon Blue and Fairground Attraction-- aren't on the tip of much of anyone's tongue, Steely Dan is at close as it comes. But the Dan never sounded this lively, this.
  5. Features Song Lyrics for Danny Wilson's Meet Danny Wilson album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  6. Artist Danny Wilson (2). 1 x Vinyl, LP, Album - Gatefold. The record is cracked, badly warped, and won't play through without skipping or repeating. Inner sleeves are fully split, crinkled, and written upon.
  7. Grading: EX-/VG-. Format: Vinyl LP Album. Cat No: Virgin V A Girl I Used To Know. You Remain An Angel. Steamtrains To The Milky Way. Broken China. Nothing Ever Goes To Plan.
  8. Meet Danny Wilson generated two more singles: "Davy" and "A Girl I Used To Know", both of which preceded the successful reissue of "Mary's Prayer" but neither of which matched its success. Bebop Moptop. The band released its second album, Bebop Moptop the following year. Gary Clark was no longer the band's only songwriter, as Ged Grimes and Kit.
  9. Apr 06,  · Danny Wilson's MEET DANNY WILSON debut album is easily the best of Danny Wilson's (by the way: no one in the band is named Danny or Wilson) meager output, far out-distancing the band's other efforts by leaps-and-bounds. As they say, a band has a lifetime to put together their first album - but only a couple of years for the subsequent follow-ups/5(47).

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