All in Love Is Fair

EASY DOES IT...THE DENIS KING SOUND

HARVARD Records Ltd; Produced by Gil King; Recorded at Chappells Studios London, December 1969; Engineer John Timperley.

All titles arranged and conducted by Denis King

Side One

1. WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS NOW (Bacharach/David)
2. I’LL NEVER FALL IN LOVE AGAIN (Bacharach/David)
3. WICHITA LINEMAN (Jim Webb)
4. ORIENT EXPRESS (Denis King)
5. HERE THERE AND EVERYWHERE (Lennon/McCartney)
6. ALWAYS SOMETHING THERE TO REMIND ME (Bacharach/David)

Side Two

1. UP UP AND AWAY (Jim Webb)
2. BY THE TIME I GET TO PHOENIX (Jim Webb)
3. ODE TO BILLY JOE (Bobbie Gentry)
4. THE LOOK OF LOVE (Bacharach/David)
5. EASY DOES IT (Denis King)
6. DO YOU KNOW THE WAY TO SAN JOSE (Bacharach/David)

Key Changes

Black Beauty

Fact of the Day

In 1968, The King Bros turned down a song written by a relatively unknown Elton John (Reg Dwight) and Bernie Taupin called "I Can't Go On (Living Without You)", sung and played by Elton, and Denis wishes to God he still had the demo tape.

King Brothers Album

Listening Post

Delcine


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