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Cool For Cats - Various - Fantastic 70s! (Cassette)

02.10.2019
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  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Dolby Cassette release of Cool For Cats on Discogs.1/5(1).
  3. Jan 01,  · Start by marking “Cool For Cats” as Want to Read: For anyone who enjoyed the UK music scene of the late 70's, this is a fun read. The main character struggles thru relationships, friendships while landing her dream job at a fictional start up music magazine in London after growing up in a boring suburb of Brighton/5(13).
  4. After their second album "Cool For Cats" and the third, the excellent and damn near impossible to find "Argybargy", Squeeze finally hit the big time, however briefly with the pop tune "Tempted". While it is a fine radio friendly tune, it's the album the single came from that is the masterpiece/5(57).
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  6. "Cool for Cats" was the second single released from the British rock band Squeeze's Cool for Cats album. The song features a rare lead vocal performance from cockney-accented Squeeze lyricist Chris Difford, one of only three occasions he sang lead on a Squeeze single A-side (the others were 's "Slap & Tickle" and 's "Love Circles") The song, slightly edited from the album track, peaked.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Fantastic 70's - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  8. 1 9 5 6 – 1 9 6 1 (UK). 31 December heralded the arrival of British television’s first pop music programme, Cool For Cats. The show was put together by year-old actress and theatre producer Joan Kemp-Welch, who had entered the world of television when Associated-Rediffusion came along and secured ITV’s London weekday franchise.
  9. Cool for Cats / Model, a Single by Squeeze. Released 9 March on A&M (catalog no. AMS ; Vinyl 7"). Genres: New Wave, Pub Rock. Featured peformers: Chris Difford (composer), Glenn Tilbrook (composer), Squeeze (producer), John Wood (producer).

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