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Ralph McTell - You Well-Meaning Brought Me Here mp3 download

Performer: Ralph McTell
Title: You Well-Meaning Brought Me Here
Style: British Folk,British Folk-Rock,Singer/Songwriter
Location: Air London
Duration: 44:13
Released: 1971
Size MP3 version: 1238 mb
Size FLAC version: 1402 mb
Size WMA version: 1597 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 756
Genre: World

Ralph McTell - You Well-Meaning Brought Me Here mp3 download

Album: You Well-Meaning Brought Me Here.

레딧. Composed By – Ralph McTell. Design – Design Machine. Photography By – Michael Joseph (4). Producer – Gus Dudgeon. Recorded By – Alan Harris. Recorded By, Mixed By – Robin Cable.

Vinyl label has title listed with commas: You, Well-Meaning, Brought Me Here. Recorded at Trident Studios and Air London.

You Well-Meaning Brought Me Here is the 1971 album by British folk musician Ralph McTell. The album was produced by Gus Dudgeon, who also produced Elton John's early albums. All tracks composed by Ralph McTell. Genesis I Verse 20" - 4:27. First and Last Man" - 3:39. Pick Up a Gun" - 4:21. You Well-Meaning Brought Me Here" - 3:17. The Ballad of Dancing Doreen" - 3:10.

You Well-Meaning Brought Me Here (1971). Revisited is an album of remixed or re-recorded tracks from British folk musician Ralph McTell's albums Spiral Staircase and My Side of Your Window.

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I know every stranger here and the love they lend But now that's gone and still the need for it goes on Oh how I need a good friend I should have know that in the end I'd have to answer to myself And though you well meaning brought me here now you cannot help. And I never meant to come this far And I never thought I'd loose my way And now I know who "they" are But I still get hurt by the things they say This place has no kings only courtiers live here Fine words, fine clothes, fine promises that they make in fear.

0. 0. More albums from Ralph McTell. Live at Troubadour Festival 1997. Don't Think Twice It's Alright.

Ballad Of Dancing Doreen. This song is by Ralph McTell and appears on the album You Well-Meaning Brought Me Here (1971). See how the lady moves so gracefully across the dance hall floor. All eyes upon the two thousand hand-sewn sequins on the gown she woreShe not only moves, but she looks like a queenMaking up for the evenings at home that she spent with her sewing machine.

The Best of Ralph McTell. Streets of London: The Best of Ralph McTell. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Genesis I Verse 20 Ralph McTell Ralph McTell 4:27
2 First And Last Man Ralph McTell Ralph McTell 3:39
3 In Some Way I Loved You Ralph McTell Ralph McTell 2:54
4 Lay Your Money Down Ralph McTell Ralph McTell 2:47
5 Old Brown Dog Ralph McTell Ralph McTell 4:29
6 Pick Up a Gun Ralph McTell Ralph McTell 4:21
7 You Well-Meaning Brought Me Here Ralph McTell Ralph McTell 3:17
8 Chalkdust Ralph McTell Ralph McTell 3:21
9 The Ballad Of Dancing Doreen Ralph McTell Ralph McTell 3:10
10 Claudia Ralph McTell Ralph McTell 3:46
11 The Ferryman Ralph McTell Ralph McTell 7:04


Steve Bonnett - Bass (Electric)
Gus Dudgeon - Producer, Vocals (Background)
Sheila Dudgeon - Vocals (Background)
Alan Harris - Engineer
Davey Johnstone - Mandolin
Robert Kirby - Arranger, Conductor
Ralph McTell - Composer, Flute, Guitar, Harmonica, Harmonium, Moog Synthesizer, Piano, Primary Artist, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Roger Pope - Drums
Caleb Quaye - Guitar (Electric)
Danny Thompson - Double Bass
Johnny Van Derek - Violin
Mike Vickers - Moog Synthesizer
Tony Visconti - Arranger, Conductor
Rick Wakeman - Organ, Piano
This is one of the deepest and most beautiful albums of the 1970's. Gorgeous melodies with a perfect balance of soft rock band and orchestration. None of it is over done. McTell's vocals are not perfect but rich and perfect for each song. These character portrayals are his finest. Every song tells a unique story. Some are heartbreaking like Chalkdust about an aging high school biology teacher. The loneliness of her existence is poignant to the listener. First And Last Man about the American Indian is lovely and poetic. You'll not get it out of your head for days. Old Brown Dog is a tearjerker for anyone who loves dogs. You Well-Meaning Brough Me Here has some of the finest aural montage since Sgt. Pepper. These are some reasons why You Well-Meaning is always in the top 100 albums of all time...it is timeless.