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From Now Until Then (1973) - Richard Kerr

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Richard Kerr

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Side One:
Follow MeLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:09
Come As You AreLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:30
You Will Never KnowLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:27
The LiarLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:54
  Comments: Intro - 1:02 The Liar - 2:52
A Song I RememberLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:17
The HeroLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:44
Side Two:
Woman In My LifeLyrics available
  Running Time: 4:08
Take A Letter To The WorldLyrics available
  Running Time: 4:17
We'll Give LoveLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:25
Be My FriendLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:40
Country GirlLyrics available
  Running Time: 2:35
The Songs I WriteLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:15
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Terry Cox, Terry Emery, Tristan Fry, Peter Green, Colin Green, Richard Hewson, Gordon Huntley, Pete(r) King, Dennis (Ace) Lopez, Brian Odges

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Import Vinyl/CD Album

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Scott English (Songwriter), Richard Kerr (Songwriter), Gary (Anthony) Osborne (Songwriter), Kelvin McGowan (Photography), Martin Birch (Produced By), Richard Kerr (Produced By), Martin Birch (Engineered By), Richard Hewson (Conducted By), Richard Hewson (Arranged By), Richard Hewson (Orchestral Links Written By), Tony Gilbert (Orchestra Leader), Seabrook/Graves/Aslett (Sleeve Art Direction)

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Warner Bros. Records

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Gordon Huntley courtesy of Harvest Records.

Engineer Martin Birch capably assisted by George, Druid, Dick

With grateful thanks to everyone concerned in the making of the album.

(P) (C) 1973 A Warner Bros. record distributed by WEA Records Ltd.

Reproduced by kind permission.

Sleeve printed and made in UK by MacNeill Press Ltd., London SE1

This stereo record can be played on mono reproducers provided either a compatible or stereo cartridge wired for mono is fitted. Recent equipment may already be fitted with a suitable cartridge. If in doubt consult your dealer.

All rights of the manufacturer and of the owner of the recorded work reserved.

Unauthorized copying, public performance and broadcasting of this record prohibited.

33 1/3 RPM

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Good individual songs but not all at once
Review written by John Fitzgerald, January 22nd, 2005

On the copy I have which does include the lyric sheet, Peter is listed as one of three guitarists on the record but it doesn't say which songs he's on though. I'd be very surprised if it wasn't Peter playing the beautiful electric guitar solos on my favorite song on the record which is "We'll give love" because it sure sounds like him. It's truly an emotionally heartfelt moving number. This is the one song on the record that Kerr had written on his own though he does take part in writing all songs enclosed on this platter produced by Kerr and Martin Birch. It's also believed that Peter plays the quietish but haunting lead in "Be my freind" and it does sound likely. Richard Kerr is a singer/songwriter pianist who is rather quiet spoken and many songs here are on the ballad side which probably makes it difficult to hear all in one sitting for lack of variety but on their own work pretty well. Terry Cox's drums bellow through the mix much like Bev Bevan's percussives did on ELO's records. There are horns featured on "Take a letter to the world" and like "A song I remember", attempts to sound like whimsical pop. Also, "Be my friend" has a "Rocket man" feel to it but fans of the singer/songwriter era may enjoy this long player.

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Discography entry submitted by Johannes Dittler & Marty Adelson.