The Greatest Story Ever Told - City Boy - City Boy (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. AllMusic Review by Gina Boldman. City Boy 's self-titled debut ranges from blues/funk tunes to mellow AOR songs to progressive, melodic tracks -- there's something on the album for most everyone to like. From the Sweet -ish anthem "The Greatest Story Ever Told" to the quirky "Oddball Dance," City Boy is an eclectic, interesting and notable introduction.8/
  2. Tomorrow, Tomorrow, you'll be the greatest story ever told. Tomorrow, Tomorrow, you'll be the greatest story ever told. Banners bear your name, you'll see the whole change But it just don't matter today, the fires are far away, You'll be the greatest story ever told. Tomorrow, Tomorrow, you'll be the greatest story ever told (Rep. etc).
  3. Matthew White of The Heartbreaks: “The debut Orphan Boy album is one of the most interesting and unique records of all time. An arsenal of post-MDMA, post-post-punk, anti-love songs.
  4. City Boy never quite made it, but they were definitely a class act. They were a little glam and a little pop but I guess not quite enough to make it big. Their sound blends Queen and ELO. I'd forgotten this album was actually pretty good. I don't like everything on it but /5(14).
  5. Complete song listing of City Boy on alivkofniwarazancoudafupache.coinfo To place an order or for customer service, call toll-free or outside the United States, call
  6. Jun 07,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Terre Haute Pressing Vinyl release of City Boy on Discogs. Label: Mercury - SRM • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Terre Haute Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock/5(21).
  7. "City Boy [UK] City Boy (76), Dinner At The Ritz (77), Young Men Gone West (77), Book Early (78), The Day The Earth Caught Fire (79), Heads Are Rolling (80) This Birmingham-based (West Midlands, not Alabama) folk-turned-art-rock sextet was quickly signed to Phonogram Records in , presumably because of they sounded so much like 10cc.
  8. After the album’s release, many pointed out its similarity to The Feelies’ cover for Crazy Rhythms, when in reality, Cuomo was aiming for the clear-cut boy band image of The Beach Boys. As a.

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