Surprise is the first album released by Lynsey de Paul on the MAM record label in 1973. In Australia, the album name was changed to Sugar Me, after de Paul's first hit single. De Paul performed live versions of some of the tracks from the album on television including Top of the Pops (and an album was released to BBC radio stations around the world containing these tracks), as well as on the first episode of the German TV program, Musikladen performing "Sugar Me", and later on episode 5 performing "Doctor, Doctor".
명: Lynsey Monckton Rubin. 로필: Born: 11th June 1950 Cricklewood, London, England Died: 1st October 2014 Chelsea, London, England English singer and songwriter. First woman to win an Ivor Novello award in 1974 for Tan Bueno Para Ti So Good To You, Quiere Alguien Bailar Conmigo Won't Somebody Dance With Me and another in 1975 for No Honestly. Represented the UK in the 1977 Eurovision song contest, coming second with the song Rock Bottom. Lynsey passed away on 1st October 2014 but left a wonderful legacy of great songs. 2013년 11월 14일. 신고. The . s first internationally successful female singer-songwriter with singles in The Netherlands, Belgium, Spain and Switzerland.
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Sugar Me (Lynsey de Paul song). Sugar Me" is a song written by Lynsey de Paul and Barry Green. The first version of this song to be released was recorded by de Paul as her first single on MAM Records in 1972. It was produced by Gordon Mills and the B-side was de Paul's version of "Storm in a Teacup", a song she co-wrote and had been a hit for The Fortunes earlier that year.
Lynsey always considered herself first and foremost a songwriter (in which capacity she had a UK top ten hit after the Fortunes recorded Storm in a teacup) although she has a good soprano voice. As a singer, Lynsey had a top ten UK hit in 1972 with her first single, Sugar me, following it up with the top twenty hits Getting a drag (about the glam-rock music scene) and Won't somebody love me. She switched record labels from MAM to Warner, scoring a top thirty hit with Ooh I do. Another switch, this time to Jet, returned Lynsey to the top ten with No honestly, the theme to a TV series. The album version of Sugar Me and a demo version of Won't Somebody Dance With Me are substituted for the singles.
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Lynsey de Paul obituary. Singer, composer and the first female musician to win an Ivor Novello award. After graduation, she worked as a commercial artist and designer of album sleeves while honing her skills as a songwriter. In 1971, De Paul signed a contract with the music publisher ATV Kirshner. There she became a prolific composer, often writing in partnership with other ATV staff such as Blue and Ron Roker. Her earliest songs to be recorded were sung by the child actor Jack Wild, but the first to be a hit was the Roker-Rubin number Storm in a Teacup by the Fortunes in 1972.
CreditsLynsey de Paul - Primary Artist
Barry Green - Composer
|1||Sugar Me Barry Green||Lynsey de Paul||5:01|
|2||Getting a Drag||Lynsey de Paul||4:17|
|3||Words Don't Mean a Thing||Lynsey de Paul||3:19|
|4||We Got Love||Lynsey de Paul||4:09|
|5||Storm in a Teacup||Lynsey de Paul||4:31|
|6||Dancing on a Saturday Night||Lynsey de Paul||3:46|
|7||Just a Little Time||Lynsey de Paul||4:10|
|8||Instant Love||Lynsey de Paul||4:37|
|9||Now & Then||Lynsey de Paul||3:32|
|10||Won't Somebody Dance with Me||Lynsey de Paul||5:11|
|11||Sugar Me Barry Green||Lynsey de Paul||6:47|
|12||Getting a Drag||Lynsey de Paul||6:32|