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Al Stewart - Famous Last Words album mp3
Contemporary Pop/Rock
  • Performer:
    Al Stewart
  • Title:
    Famous Last Words
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    Contemporary Pop/Rock
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  • Recording location:
    Capitol Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA
  • Size FLAC version
    1236 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1459 megabytes
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    1931 megabytes
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Famous Last Words (Al Stewart album). Famous Last Words is the twelfth studio album by Al Stewart, released in September 1993. All tracks composed by Al Stewart; except where indicated. Angel of Mercy" – 3:51. Don't Forget Me" – 5:21 (Stewart, Peter White). Peter on the White Sea" – 3:37 (Stewart, David Pack, Andrew Powell). Genie on a Table Top" – 3:47. Trespasser" – 4:45 (Stewart, Peter White).

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Alastair Ian Stewart (born 5 September 1945) is a British singer-songwriter and folk-rock musician who rose to prominence as part of the British folk revival in the 1960s and 1970s. He developed a unique style of combining folk-rock songs with delicately woven tales of characters and events from history. Stewart is best known for his 1976 hit single "Year of the Cat", the title song from the platinum album of the same name.

Famous Last Words is the twelfth studio album by Al Stewart, released in September 1993. Charlotte Corday" – 3:47 (Stewart, Tori Amos).

All the great songs and lyrics from the "Famous Last Words" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Famous Last Words Album.

The seventh track on Al Stewart’s 12th studio album is another one of Stewarts historically themed works. It waxes on the role trains have played in the early 20th century, from the turn of the century until the present day. The first part of the ballad is l, Stewart’s description of his fascination with trains and his trips to boarding school upon the rails as a school boy is true to his childhood, growing up in, post World War Two, Glasgow. The song ends with Stewart describing his comfortable travel on an Amtrak years after the end of World War Two, but cant seem to forget the suffering of those that were taken by the trains to be slaughtered. Written By Al Stewart. Famous Last Words Al Stewart.


Charlie Bisharat - Violin
Rev. Dave Boruff - Saxophone
Joe Chiccarelli - Producer
Luis Conte - Percussion
Peter Doell - Assistant Engineer, Engineer
Richard Evans - Art Direction, Design
Ardeshir Farah - Guitar (Acoustic)
Denny Fongbeiser - Drums, Percussion
Denny Fongheiser - Drums, Percussion
Freebo - Tuba
Joe Gastwirt - Mastering
Ross Hogarth - Engineer, Guitar, Mandolin, Mixing, Percussion, Producer
Rolly Ladd - Assistant Engineer
Robin Lamble - Guitar (12 String), Vocals (Background)
Richard Landers - Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant
Tim Landers - Bass
Michelle Laurencot - Photography
Alan Matthews - Cello
Art Maven - Photography
Colin Mitchell - Assistant Engineer
Neal Morse - Vocals (Background)
Plasterscene Replicas - Composer
Daryl S. - Viola, Violin
Todd Sharp - Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Slide Guitar
Al Stewart - Guitar, Keyboards, Primary Artist, Vocals
Lori Stoll - Photography
Brett Swain - Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant
Ed Tree - Guitar, Guitar (12 String), Guitar (Electric)
Peter White - Accordion, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Keyboards, Piano, Producer, String Arrangements
Eric Williams - Guitar (Electric)
Peter Wood - Laughs, Organ (Hammond), Piano, Voices

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Feel Like Al Stewart 3:36
2 Angel of Mercy Al Stewart 3:51
3 Don't Forget Me Al Stewart 5:22
4 Peter on the White Sea Al Stewart 3:37
5 Genie on a Table Top Al Stewart 3:47
6 Trespasser Al Stewart 4:45
7 Trains Plasterscene Replicas Al Stewart 8:17
8 Necromancer Al Stewart 3:40
9 Charlotte Corday Al Stewart 3:47
10 Hipposong Al Stewart 1:52
11 Night Rolls In Al Stewart 4:35