Supertramp - The Very Best Of Supertramp FLAC album
Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group It's Raining Again · Supertramp Supertramp - The Very Best Of ℗ 1982 A&M Records Released on: 1990-01-01.
Album · 1990 · 15 Songs. See All. Breakfast In America (Remastered). Even in the Quietest Moments (Remastered). Crime of the Century.
Producer – David Kershenbaum (tracks: 15), Ken Scott (tracks: 1, 4, 6, 8 to 11), Peter Henderson (tracks: 2, 3, 5, 7, 14), Supertramp. Saxophone – John Helliwell. Written-By – Rick Davies (tracks: 15), Rick Davies & Roger Hodgson (tracks: 1 to 14).
Performer: Supertramp Album: The Very Best of Supertramp Label: A&M, Universal. Supertramp - Bloody Well Right 05. Supertramp - Breakfast In America 06. Supertramp - Rudy 07. Supertramp - Take The Long Way Home 08. Supertramp - Crime Of The Century 09. Supertramp - Dreamer 10. Supertramp - Ain't Nobody But Me 11.
release back in 1977.
The very best album of Supertramp! Roger's swan song album is great. It's Raining Again", "Crazy", "My Kind of Lady", and "Don't Leave Me Now" are all fantastic. 6 Brother Where You Bound. I thought Supertramp was nothing without Roger Hodgson, but this album proved that the band could be even better with Rick Davies. 7 Supertramp Supertramp are an English rock band formed in London in 1969. Though their music was initially categorised as progressive rock, they later incorporated a combination of traditional rock, pop and art rock into their music. Very underrated, yet the best album they made. This is much more progressive rock and I love it. - MaxPap.
The Very Best Of Supertramp 2 is a best of album by the English progressive rock band Supertramp originally released by A&M Records in November 1992. This compilation features 13 tracks from their five "prime" albums Crime Of The Century, Crisis? What Crisis?, Even in the Quietest Moments, Breakfast in America and. as well as the title track from their 1987 album Free As A Bird
Supertramp is best known for the string of hits they generated with their 1979 album Breakfast In America. With a foundation of exploratory keyboards and simple guitars, they let Roger Hodgkins' falsetto vocals ride over the top and a new era of post-Moody Blues prog-pop was born. Such classic rock radio staples as "The Logical Song," "Take the Long Way Home" and "Goodbye Stranger" may not be the sort of rock music you get all worked up over but the songs are certainly fun to sing in the shower
Supertramp - "Goodbye Stranger". Supertramp never had the lothario reputation of, oh, the Rolling Stones or Steel Panther, but Davies' lighthearted ode to road romance indicates there were a few shenanigans in this camp, too. It's also one of the best executed trade-offs between Davies and Hodgson vocals and features one of the hottest guitar solos the latter ever brought into 'Tramp town