» » P.J. Proby - Stage Of Fools
P.J. Proby - Stage Of Fools Album
Rock
Performer: P.J. Proby
Title: Stage Of Fools
Year 1990
Country UK
Label J'ace Records
Catalog Number TTON01
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 732
MP3 size: 1603 mb
FLAC size: 2151 mb
WMA size: 2751 mb
Record From: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single

P.J. Proby - Stage Of Fools Album

Tracklist

1Stage Of Fools4:25
2Stage Of Fools (Narration)4:25
3I Will Be Your Mountain3:22

Credits

  • Producer, EngineerColin Eade
  • Sleeve NotesJohn Sutton
  • Words By, Music ByDavid Cook (tracks: B2), John Sutton (tracks: A, B1)

Companies

  • Recorded At – S.C.A.M.P. Studio
  • Published By – First Time Music (Publishing) UK Ltd

Video

Album

Stage Of Fools - P. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The stage name P. Proby was suggested by a friend, Sharon Sheeley, who had a boyfriend of that name at high school. Proby recorded the singles Hold Me, Somewhere, and Maria. In 2008, he turned 70 and EMI released the Best of the EMI Years 19611972. In the early 1990s Proby released an EP, Stage of Fools, and an album, Thanks. They were issued by Jace Records, distributed by BMG. Granada TV featured Proby in a documentary. Stage of Fools 1990 J'Ace Records. Proby and Marc Almond featuring the My Life Story Orchestra. Love Me Tender 2004. sings a very Emotional song, Stage Of Fools, from the Thanks album. stage name P. Proby was suggested to him by a friend named Sharon Sheeley Eddie Cochran's girlfriend who remembered the name of an old high school boyfriend. Proby did demos for Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, and other artists. His greatest hits are Somewhere, Maria, Hold Me& read more. Proby, born James Marcus Smith on 6 November 1938, is a singer, songwriter, and actor noted for his voice and his theatrical portrayals of Elvis Presley, plus interpretations of modern standards in the vein of Tom Jones. Until 1961, he used the name Jett Po. Track name. Proby Fan Forum. This is the official platform for all P. Proby Fans. It is an open group and we welcome all. Written by JAMES MARCUS SMITH aka PJ PROBY. Recorded by PJ on the 1980 album 'Clown Shoes' and then on Enigma in Gold Vol 1. Find it at . 95qLJ3yLsac. Proby: The EMI Years 1961-1972 - P. Proby had to relocate to. A native Texan, P. Proby had to relocate to England to find musical success, and he did it just as the British Invasion era was starting, finding the charts with energetic and soulful songs like Hold Me. Proby was hardly a jingle-jangle mop top, though, and he had a strong theatrical side to his singing style, and he soon was sounding more like Tom Jones than any of the Beatles. Stage Of Fools from P. Proby Vinyl. And other albums from P. Proby are available on sale at Recordsale. More music by P. Hold MeP. I Can't Make It AloneP. Three Week HeroP. Listen album. Rock Pop-Rock Vocal. Group Compilation. 1964 - I Am P. Proby 1965 - P. Songs in album P. Proby - I Am P. Proby, P. Proby 2012. Proby - Whatever Will Be Will Be. Proby - It's No Good For Me. Proby - Rockin' Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogie Flu. Proby - The Masquerade Is Over. Proby - Glory Of Love. Proby - I'll Go Crazy. Proby - Question. Proby - You Don't Love Me No More. Proby was suggested to him by his friend Sharon. Proby born James Marcus Smith, November 6, 1938 is an American singer, songwriter, and actor. In addition to his recording career, he has also portrayed Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison in musical theater productions. Proby was suggested to him by his friend Sharon Sheeley, who had had a boyfriend of the same name at high school. Stage Of Fools 1990 J'Ace Records. Oh My Papa 2004. Proby was suggested to him by his friend Sharon Sheeley who had had a boyfriend of the same name at high school. In 2008, Proby celebrated his 70th birthday and EMI released the Best Of The EMI Years 1961-1972. Proby was educated at San Marcos Military Academy, Culver Naval Academy and Western Military Academy. After graduation he moved to California to become a motion picture actor and recording artist. This led to the release of a single Stage of Fools, and an album entitled, Thanks. It was distributed internationally by BMG. Granada TV featured Proby in a documentary around this time