Retro Rose Records

John Bromley's sole album, 1969's "Sing", remains a cherished chapter in the British popsike narrative, five decades on. This first ever vinyl reissue revisits it's legacy and features four additional tracks, all meticulously remastered by Prof. Stoned. Backed by the talents of Les Fleur de Lys, Bromley's unique blend of freakbeat and sunshine pop melodies come alive, encapsulated by the restored original artwork. Whether a long-time fan or a newcomer, "Sing" invites you to journey into the heart of a time when music was as experimental as it was expressive.
John Bromley's sole album, 1969's "Sing", remains a cherished chapter in the British popsike narrative, five decades on. This first ever vinyl reissue revisits it's legacy and features four additional tracks, all meticulously remastered by Prof. Stoned. Backed by the talents of Les Fleur de Lys, Bromley's unique blend of freakbeat and sunshine pop melodies come alive, encapsulated by the restored original artwork. Whether a long-time fan or a newcomer, "Sing" invites you to journey into the heart of a time when music was as experimental as it was expressive.
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Art (Blk)
Artist: John Bromley
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $28.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Only Foolish People
2. Melody Fayre
3. So Many Things
4. If You Are There with Me
5. Sugar Love
6. Old Time Mover
7. What Do You Think of Me
8. What a Woman Does
9. Weather Man
10. I'm Gonna Love You Till I Die
11. Natural Born Loser
12. And the Feeling Goes
13. My Oh My
14. Hold Me Woman
15. Wonderland Avenue USA
16. Kick a Tin Can

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John Bromley's sole album, 1969's "Sing", remains a cherished chapter in the British popsike narrative, five decades on. This first ever vinyl reissue revisits it's legacy and features four additional tracks, all meticulously remastered by Prof. Stoned. Backed by the talents of Les Fleur de Lys, Bromley's unique blend of freakbeat and sunshine pop melodies come alive, encapsulated by the restored original artwork. Whether a long-time fan or a newcomer, "Sing" invites you to journey into the heart of a time when music was as experimental as it was expressive.
        
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