carrack


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a large galleon sailed in the Mediterranean as a merchantman

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It was something I hadn't done before and I gave it a whirl,' Carrack remembers.
Five albums later, on May 10, Mike Rutherford and his band, along with Paul Carrack on vocals, performed at the Hanover Grand in London in front of an audience including Radio 2 competition-winning listeners.
The band reconvened as Mike s & The Mechanics and Paul Carrack to record the 2004 album Rewired.
Keyboard Carrack, in summer When Ace disbanded, Paul joined Roxy Music and left them to replace Jools Holland on keyboards with Squeeze.
Trouble is, although Carrack has a fine blues-soul voice, not one of the 12 songs here does him justice, even old chestnut Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City.
It's from his current Satisfy My Soul album but Carrack, still best known as the voice of Mike & The Mechanics, explains: "While all the other songs are brand-new, this has been going around my head for years.
IN Rebel Assault II on the PC the code to see the end sequence is: CARRACK.
Call 01792 475715 4 Paul Carrack Legendary singer, songwriter and former frontman of Ace, Squeeze and Mike & The Mechanics returns to the road with a back catalogue of hits, including How Long, Tempted and The Living Years.
Alongside Pontypridd-born singer Sir Tom at Hyde Park will be Welsh band Feeder, Dodgy, The Levellers, Cast, Amy Macdonald, Paul Carrack and Kenny Thomas.
SINGER/songwriter Paul Carrack just can't stay away from Birmingham Town Hall.
This bubbly reggae blast was penned by Carrack and is one of those songs that sounds like it's been around forever.
It is believed two cable faults were responsible for the disruption to supply, which caused the concert by Paul Carrack to be postponed.
Other January gigs feature Blue Blokes 3 on January 25, Marlena Shaw on January 28, Paul Carrack on January 29, while on January 31 Flora Thompson's Lark Rise to Candleford recalls rural England of the late 19th Century leading up to the First World War.
Paul Carrack has the enviable record of having sung some of the most memorable chart songs ever.