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Released 18/05/09. Busker sent from obscurity to stardom when his self-penned single ‘Rosie’ made Number 4 in 1968. Follow-up hits ‘Blue Eyes’ (Number 3) and ‘Breakfast On Pluto’ (26) established him as a name to watch. All three hits are included on this first CD issue of his debut album, which is on many Sixties music fans’ wish-list.

Album augmented by five extra singles sides. Features top session men such as Big Jim Sullivan, Vic Flick and flautist Harold McNair, plus musicians from Manfred Mann and Blue Mink. Topped the bill at the Albert Hall before fame faded and he went to live in Scandinavia.

Weight 200 kg


Following Your Fancy / Keep Your Hands Off Her / Seven Days Chokey / The Wayward Boy / St James Infirmary / I'm A Goin' Away / Blue Eyes / Dock Of The Bay / Old Joe Clark / First Girl I Loved / Candy Man / Black, Brown & White Blues / Mona's Song / Rosie Bonus Tracks We Have Ways Of Making You Laugh / Breakfast On Pluto / Colour My World / I'm Going To Germany / We're All Happy Together


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