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The Old Hyde (2001) - Deborah/Debbie (Louise) Bonham


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Deborah/Debbie (Louise) Bonham

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Original UK Issue Tracklisting - Disc 1:
Shit HappensLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:43
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
AnythingLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:10
  Comments: US issue notes list Mixed by SIMON SMART at Sound Discs London, Sanctuary Studios London and Bluebase. UK issue lists Mixed by ANDY REILLY at Sound Discs.
Go NowLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:25
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
Need Your Love So BadLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:25
  Comments: Billed as "Need Your Love" on all editions of this album. Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London Deborah Bonham: '....a tribute to Peter Green and Mick Fleetwood and dedicated to Pete Zmitrowicz of the Blues Tavern... I first sang this song at a gig at the Blues Tavern, a great little venue near Farnham in Surrey and owned by a wonderful zaney man called Pete Zmitrowicz. We'd actually finished playing, done the encores and had in fact run out of songs, but the crowd were still cheering us on. In the dressing room, Peter (guitarist) suggested we did this song. Obviously I knew it and my band had played it before, but I had never sung it. Well, I'd had a dram or two of whisky so I thought, what the hell, OK. From the moment Peter began to play guitar and I began to sing, the song became ours. I loved it so much that I wanted to record it. I'm only sad that Pete from the Blues Tavern will never hear it recorded as he died of a heart attack aged 49 in 1999. Every time I play it I think of him.....I'm sure he's listening.'
Black Coffee
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:22
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London. Deborah Bonham: 'Dedicated to Stevie Marriott....the little man with the huge, astounding voice. I've tried to do him proud..... When I was younger, my brother Michael played me this song by a band called Humble Pie. Being astounded by what I heard I asked him about the band and, in particular, who the vocalist was. His reply was Steve Marriott. When I first saw a picture of Steve, I was again astounded. He was a diminutive figure - and white! The picture in my head was a man of about 7-foot tall with all the black soul of a gospel choir. Steve died on 20th April 1991 - a tragic loss to his family and to the music industry.'
No AngelLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:39
  Comments: US issue lists Mixed by ANDY REILLY at Sound Discs. UK issue lists Mixed by SIMON SMART at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London. Chetwood & Rowley aren't credited in the UK notes for this track.
Devil's In New OrleansLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 3:48
  Comments: Mixed by at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London. UK issue notes list Rowley for bass, US isssue lists Foster for bass.
What We've GotLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 3:51
  Comments: Billed as "What We've Got Ain't For Sale" in the CD booklet of UK issue of the album. Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
Open Up Your HeartLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:32
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
Without YouLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 3:48
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
ReligionLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:53
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs.
Ten Steps BackLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:38
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
The Old HydeLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 5:52
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
Disc 2 (Limited Edition Bonus Disc):
The Battle Of Evermore
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 7:01
  Comments: Deborah Bonham: 'We recorded this live in Los Angeles at Rockline Radio. Jason had asked me to go and see him play in LA at the Whiskey A Go Go. "Come on Deb, you've never seen me play live in America. Get on a plane and come over". So I did - with Peter! The unimaginable delight of a lifetime was awaiting me there. Upon our arrival, Jason told me that he was doing a live radio show and would I like to sing THE BATTLE OF EVERMORE. I'd never sung this song before, but I thought that it might be quite cool with his singer, so I agreed. Peter was to play acoustic guitar with Jason's guitarist Tony Catania on mandolin. But it wasn't until a few moments before we were about to do the show that I found out that my duet would be with Jason. Apart from the all consuming fear inside me at the prospect of singing live to 3 million listeners, the only thing I could think of was that Jason was a drummer! But knowing Jason like I do, I knew he would never do anything that was unprofessional. So, with whiskey in hand, I walked into the studio to duet with my nephew - the drummer - and the presenter BOB COBURN, totally unrehearsed. The spooky part about this was that there was a large poster of Robert looking down on us and I remember feeling somewhat insignificant and that maybe this was all a dream. However, I was soon shocked back into reality when Jason began to sing; I was stunned. Here was my brother's song giving his all; not only could he play drums the way he did but he sang with soul and a passion. With great pride I wantched him - then all of the sudden it was my turn and I knew I couldn't let him down. We sang the duet after which, as you can hear, we both cried. I have to say that the fact that Peter and Tony played the way they did enabled me and Jase to lose ourselves and do what we did. After, there was much quaffing of ale! ".....Sing to the morning light Jase....." Thank you for that memory - I love you. Song used by permission of MJI Broadcasting, in partner ship with Premier Radio Networks.'
Superstition
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:54
  Comments: Deborah Bonham: 'Mo told me one day that Stevie Wonder had originally written this track for Jeff Beck: "We used to regularly perform it live when I was in Jeff's band". There was the connection, and we decided to record it for a bit of fun. Mo came up with a great new arrangement, which featured my brother Michael on percussion, and everything followed. This was Michael's moment of fame and we all felt this track should be included.'
SongbirdLyrics availableFan interpretation available Tabs available Midi available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:22
  Comments: Deborah Bonham: 'My friend John Dominic suggested I did a version of this, so I did and this is for him........'
Original US Issue Tracklisting:
Shit HappensLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:43
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
Stay With Me
  Date Performance: 2004, Running Time: 3:46
  Comments: Billed as "Stay With Me Baby". Mixed at Bluebase. Engineered at Townhouse.
AnythingLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:10
  Comments: US issue notes list Mixed by SIMON SMART at Sound Discs London, Sanctuary Studios London and Bluebase. UK issue lists Mixed by ANDY REILLY at Sound Discs.
Go NowLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:25
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
Need Your Love So BadLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:25
  Comments: Billed as "Need Your Love" on all editions of this album. Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London Deborah Bonham: '....a tribute to Peter Green and Mick Fleetwood and dedicated to Pete Zmitrowicz of the Blues Tavern... I first sang this song at a gig at the Blues Tavern, a great little venue near Farnham in Surrey and owned by a wonderful zaney man called Pete Zmitrowicz. We'd actually finished playing, done the encores and had in fact run out of songs, but the crowd were still cheering us on. In the dressing room, Peter (guitarist) suggested we did this song. Obviously I knew it and my band had played it before, but I had never sung it. Well, I'd had a dram or two of whisky so I thought, what the hell, OK. From the moment Peter began to play guitar and I began to sing, the song became ours. I loved it so much that I wanted to record it. I'm only sad that Pete from the Blues Tavern will never hear it recorded as he died of a heart attack aged 49 in 1999. Every time I play it I think of him.....I'm sure he's listening.'
Black Coffee
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:22
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London. Deborah Bonham: 'Dedicated to Stevie Marriott....the little man with the huge, astounding voice. I've tried to do him proud..... When I was younger, my brother Michael played me this song by a band called Humble Pie. Being astounded by what I heard I asked him about the band and, in particular, who the vocalist was. His reply was Steve Marriott. When I first saw a picture of Steve, I was again astounded. He was a diminutive figure - and white! The picture in my head was a man of about 7-foot tall with all the black soul of a gospel choir. Steve died on 20th April 1991 - a tragic loss to his family and to the music industry.'
Devil's In New OrleansLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 3:48
  Comments: Mixed by at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London. UK issue notes list Rowley for bass, US isssue lists Foster for bass.
What We've GotLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 3:51
  Comments: Billed as "What We've Got Ain't For Sale" in the CD booklet of UK issue of the album. Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
Open Up Your HeartLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:32
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
No AngelLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:39
  Comments: US issue lists Mixed by ANDY REILLY at Sound Discs. UK issue lists Mixed by SIMON SMART at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London. Chetwood & Rowley aren't credited in the UK notes for this track.
Without YouLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 3:48
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
ReligionLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:53
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs.
Ten Steps BackLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:38
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
The Old HydeLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 5:52
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
Expanded US Issue Tracklisting:
Stay With Me
  Date Performance: 2004, Running Time: 3:46
  Comments: Billed as "Stay With Me Baby". Mixed at Bluebase. Engineered at Townhouse.
Shit HappensLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:43
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
AnythingLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:10
  Comments: US issue notes list Mixed by SIMON SMART at Sound Discs London, Sanctuary Studios London and Bluebase. UK issue lists Mixed by ANDY REILLY at Sound Discs.
Go NowLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:25
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
Need Your Love So BadLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:25
  Comments: Billed as "Need Your Love" on all editions of this album. Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London Deborah Bonham: '....a tribute to Peter Green and Mick Fleetwood and dedicated to Pete Zmitrowicz of the Blues Tavern... I first sang this song at a gig at the Blues Tavern, a great little venue near Farnham in Surrey and owned by a wonderful zaney man called Pete Zmitrowicz. We'd actually finished playing, done the encores and had in fact run out of songs, but the crowd were still cheering us on. In the dressing room, Peter (guitarist) suggested we did this song. Obviously I knew it and my band had played it before, but I had never sung it. Well, I'd had a dram or two of whisky so I thought, what the hell, OK. From the moment Peter began to play guitar and I began to sing, the song became ours. I loved it so much that I wanted to record it. I'm only sad that Pete from the Blues Tavern will never hear it recorded as he died of a heart attack aged 49 in 1999. Every time I play it I think of him.....I'm sure he's listening.'
Black Coffee
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:22
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London. Deborah Bonham: 'Dedicated to Stevie Marriott....the little man with the huge, astounding voice. I've tried to do him proud..... When I was younger, my brother Michael played me this song by a band called Humble Pie. Being astounded by what I heard I asked him about the band and, in particular, who the vocalist was. His reply was Steve Marriott. When I first saw a picture of Steve, I was again astounded. He was a diminutive figure - and white! The picture in my head was a man of about 7-foot tall with all the black soul of a gospel choir. Steve died on 20th April 1991 - a tragic loss to his family and to the music industry.'
No AngelLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:39
  Comments: US issue lists Mixed by ANDY REILLY at Sound Discs. UK issue lists Mixed by SIMON SMART at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London. Chetwood & Rowley aren't credited in the UK notes for this track.
Devil's In New OrleansLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 3:48
  Comments: Mixed by at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London. UK issue notes list Rowley for bass, US isssue lists Foster for bass.
What We've GotLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 3:51
  Comments: Billed as "What We've Got Ain't For Sale" in the CD booklet of UK issue of the album. Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
Open Up Your HeartLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:32
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
Without YouLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 3:48
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
ReligionLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:53
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs.
Ten Steps BackLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 4:38
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
The Old HydeLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 5:52
  Comments: Mixed at Sound Discs London & Sanctuary Studios London.
The Battle Of Evermore
  Date Performance: 2001, Running Time: 7:01
  Comments: Deborah Bonham: 'We recorded this live in Los Angeles at Rockline Radio. Jason had asked me to go and see him play in LA at the Whiskey A Go Go. "Come on Deb, you've never seen me play live in America. Get on a plane and come over". So I did - with Peter! The unimaginable delight of a lifetime was awaiting me there. Upon our arrival, Jason told me that he was doing a live radio show and would I like to sing THE BATTLE OF EVERMORE. I'd never sung this song before, but I thought that it might be quite cool with his singer, so I agreed. Peter was to play acoustic guitar with Jason's guitarist Tony Catania on mandolin. But it wasn't until a few moments before we were about to do the show that I found out that my duet would be with Jason. Apart from the all consuming fear inside me at the prospect of singing live to 3 million listeners, the only thing I could think of was that Jason was a drummer! But knowing Jason like I do, I knew he would never do anything that was unprofessional. So, with whiskey in hand, I walked into the studio to duet with my nephew - the drummer - and the presenter BOB COBURN, totally unrehearsed. The spooky part about this was that there was a large poster of Robert looking down on us and I remember feeling somewhat insignificant and that maybe this was all a dream. However, I was soon shocked back into reality when Jason began to sing; I was stunned. Here was my brother's song giving his all; not only could he play drums the way he did but he sang with soul and a passion. With great pride I wantched him - then all of the sudden it was my turn and I knew I couldn't let him down. We sang the duet after which, as you can hear, we both cried. I have to say that the fact that Peter and Tony played the way they did enabled me and Jase to lose ourselves and do what we did. After, there was much quaffing of ale! ".....Sing to the morning light Jase....." Thank you for that memory - I love you. Song used by permission of MJI Broadcasting, in partner ship with Premier Radio Networks.'
    Guest Appearances »

Andy Barnett, Robbie Blunt, Jason Bonham, Michael Bonham, Doug(ie) Boyle, Pete(r) (James) Bullick, Ronnie Caryl, Tony Catania, Michael Chetwood, Jem Davis, John Dominic (Jenkinson), Andy Findon, Mick Fleetwood, Mo Foster, Christian Henson, Derek Jeffrey, Julian Littman, Gerard Louis, Robbie McIntosh, Jason Mercer, Brett Morgan, Andy Reilly, Ian Rowley, Jerry Shirley

    Released »

2001-10-12

    Format »

Domestic Vinyl/CD Album

    Other Appearances »
Deborah/Debbie (Louise) Bonham (Songwriter), Pete(r) (James) Bullick (Songwriter), Marty/Marti(n) (Harold) Frederiksen (Songwriter), Little Willie (William Edgar) John (Mertis, Jr.) (Songwriter), Christine McVie (Songwriter), Christine McVie (Songwriter), Gary Morris (Songwriter), Jimmy (James Patrick) Page (Songwriter), Jimmy (James Patrick) Page (Songwriter), Robert (A.) Plant (Songwriter), Robert (A.) Plant (Songwriter), (Jordan) Jerry Ragovoy (Norman Meade) (Songwriter), Tina Turner (Anna Mae Bullock) (Songwriter), Tina Turner (Anna Mae Bullock) (Songwriter), Ike (Izear Luster) Turner(, Jr.) (Songwriter), Ike (Izear Luster) Turner(, Jr.) (Songwriter), George (David) Weiss (Songwriter), Stevie Wonder (Songwriter), John Breen (Cover Photography), Richard Hinton (Assistant Engineer), Chris(topher) (Ian) Neller (Assistant Engineer), Mo Foster (Produced By), Patrick Bird (Engineered By), Simon Bishop (Engineered By), James (Razors) Brown (Engineered By), Mo Foster (Engineered By), Daniel Porter (Engineered By), Andy Reilly (Engineered By), Helen Woodward (Engineered By), Jimmy Rash (Mixed By), Andy Reilly (Mixed By), Simon Smart (Mixed By), Patrick Bird (Mastered By), Pete(r) (James) Bullick (Artwork By), Christian Henson (Drum Programming), Lucy Atkinson (Photography By), Fin Costello (Photography By), Pete(r) (James) Bullick (Design By), Richard Hinton (Engineering Assisted By), Chris(topher) (Ian) Neller (Engineering Assisted By), Tim Roe (Engineering Assisted By), Mo Foster (Arrangement), John Breen (Inside Photography), Christina Jansen (Inside Photography), Michael Bonham (Giants Causeway Photo)

    Record Label »
Burning Airlines/Track

    Catalogue Number »

PILOT99/TRA1049

    Running Time »

76:20/70:37

    Liner Notes »

Dedicated to the three men I've loved and will always love the most....Los Trios Bonzos, Michael, John and John Henry Snr....

Engineered by:
PATRICK BIRD, Sound Discs, London W10
SIMON BISHOP, Ritch Bitch, Birmingham
JAMES BROWN, Livingstone, London
MO FOSTER, Northpond, London
ANDY REILLY, Sound Discs and Sanctuary
HELEN WOODWARD, Masterock, London

Assistant Engineers:
RICHARD HINTON, Sanctuary, London
CHRIS(TOPHER) (IAN) NELLER, Sound Discs

Mastered at Sound Discs

Design/Artwork by: Pete(r) Bullick, Sound Discs, London W10

WITH THANKS TO:-
PATRICK BIRD for making the album sound great...
JOHN BREEN for stunning photography
ROBBIE BLUNT for making it a precious moment for me
JASON BONHAM for making my dream come true - having you play the drums
MICHAEL BONHAM for the percussion, the unconditional love and for being my brother....
JOHN BONHAM for the inspiration, being my mentor and for being simply the best.....
JOHN BONHAM SNR for all those years of support, I wish you were here to hear this
JOAN BONHAM for just being my mum, one in a million and for your everlasting love
DOUGIE BOYLE for helping me out without hesitation when I had nothing to give
PETER BULLICK for tolerating me for 10 years and making this happen
MICHAEL CHETWOOD for always being my friend and always understanding the music
JOHN DOMINIC for being a great friend, believing in us and for being a wicked harp player
NEVILLE FARMER for teaching me how to hold a microphone all those years ago and for introducing me to Mo. For coming to Knebworth to see Zep with me and for being a good friend
MICK FLEEIWOOD for being the loveliest of all rock stars
KAY FOSTER for stunning 'Puddy' catering, 'Moose' photo, and putting up with me invading your house
LES GREEN for all your help.. I haven't forgotten
NICK HINDLE AT NMC for making it all happen
ANGIE JENKISON for the support at Sanctuary Studios
JOHN AND KATH McKIBBON - AND ALL AT KING'S HEAD, FULHAM for all the support and rehearsals
GERRY PURCELL for encouraging me and giving me the confidence to sing when I was a young girl
SAM RAPELLO at www.led-zeppelin.com, for the continual support
ANDY REILLY for making me sing
IAN ROWLEY for standing by me for all these years
CARLTON SANDERCOCK AT NMC for believing in me
BARRY SANDERS AT NMC for doing the deal!
SIMON SMART fabulous mixes and understanding the music

FURTHER THANKS TO:-
ALL THE PLAYERS CREDITED, DAVE AND NINA ANDERSON, DAVE ANDREWS, YO YO BLUE, DEE AND RO BREEN, HAZEL BROWNLEE, PETER BULLICK SNR, OLIVE BULLICK, PHIL CARSON, TONY CATANIA, BRIAN AND BRADLEY GAFFINO, MARTIN HASKELL, FORBES HENDERSON, SIMON HEYWORTH, TERRI HOOLEY, FRANCESCO ISOLA, MICKY JONES, DILL KATZ, ADRIAN LEE, PEGGY LUSTY, MARK McLAREN, GARY MORRIS, CHERYL REGO, BENJAMIN REID III, DAVE RENTON, WAYNE TERRY, JAMIE AT FENDER, PHIL AT MARSHALL, ALL AT NMC and UNIVERSAL, EVERYONE AT ROCKLINE RADIO, LOS ANGELES

And finally, to MO FOSTER who has supported me for nearly 8 years. I've sent your beard grey and I don't know how I have been so lucky to work with such a great talent as you, especially when there were times I know I drove you crazy! Mo, I love you dearly and there aren't enough words to express my gratitude to you and the immense pride I have in this album. Thank you so much for helping me make the dream a reality.

MO FOSTER & IAN ROWLEY USE ROTOSOUND STRINGS
JASON BONHAM & MICK FLEETWOOD USE DW DRUMS
PETER BULLICK USES FENDER, GIBSON AND WASHBURN GUITARS AND MARSHALL AMPLIFICATION

(C) 2001 HTL Ltd. Under Exclusive License to NMC Music Ltd.
www.n-m-c.co.uk

(P) 2001 Spaniel Songs Ltd.

www.led-zeppelin.com/deborahbonham

Compact Disc Digital Audio

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Original US version liner notes:

"The Old Hyde is the farm that my brother John bought back in the 70's and where I lived with my father in the ajoining Cottage. John had the vision to turn this into something spectacular and with the help of my father and brother Michael, they set about building this impressive home. No one could have told me back then that at the time of writing this I would have lost all three... the three men I have loved and will always love the most.... This is for them...." "Los Trios Bonzos" Michael, John and John Henry Snr....

Equipment by DW Drums, Zildjian Cymbals, Rotosound Guitar and Bass Strings, Marshall and Ampeg Amplification, Fender, Gibson and Washburn Guitars, Yamaha and Fender Rhodes Pianos

www.deborahbonham.com

www.trackrecords.co.uk

www.sound-discs.co.uk

Made in England

(C) 2004 HTL Records Ltd. Under Exclusive License to Fastune Ltd. t/a Track Records
(P) 2004 Fastune Ltd. t/a Track Records Ltd.

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Compact Disc Digital Audio

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Release date above reflects the orginal UK release date.
Original US version released September 14, 2004
Expanded US version released October 4, 2005

    Last Modified »
2012-12-18
    Tracklisting »
Discography entry submitted by John Fitzgerald.