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8 thoughts on “ Holding Back The Years - Simply Red - Greatest Hits (CD)

  1. Listen free to Simply Red – Greatest Hits (Holding Back The Years, Money's Too Tight (To Mention) and more). 15 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at bervetesidnarolathearabcimasde.xyzinfo
  2. Ori­gin­al taken from the album ‘A New Flame‘ 4. HOLDING BACK THE YEARS Words Huck­nall Music Hucknall/Moss Pub­lished by EMI Songs Ltd/ So What Ltd Pro­duced by Stew­art Lev­ine for Oliver­ea Pro­duc­tions Ltd Mixed by Femi J, asst Chris Dick­ie Ori­gin­al taken from the album .
  3. "Holding Back the Years" is the seventh track on Simply Red's debut studio album Picture Book (). The song's writing credits are shared between Simply Red's front-man, Mick Hucknall, and his friend Neil Moss (who was also a member of Hucknall's first group, the Frantic Elevators). They wrote the song when Hucknall was only 17 years old.
  4. Simply Red is one of the timeless classic groups that consistently provides hits that you always wonder why you stopped listening to them. I bought this CD a long time ago, but just listened to it again and wondered just that - it's absolutely outstanding, especially on a cold and blustery night when you're kicking back with your loved one reading books and drinking hot tea/5().
  5. This track was a single in Novem­ber and again in June It’s on the Pic­ture Book album () and is also on the com­pil­a­tion albums Simply Red Greatest Hits (), It’s Only Love () and The Greatest Hits 25 (
  6. Feb 03,  · Many people recognize Simply Red by the well- known songs of "Holding Back The Years" and "If You Don't Know Me By Now". "Sunrise", "Stars", "It's Only Love", "You Make Me Feel Brand New" and "Fairground" are also among some of the fun songs on this cd/5().
  7. "Holding Back the Years" is the 7th track on Simply Red's debut studio album Picture Book. The song was a huge success for the group and quickly rose to the.
  8. " Holding Back the Years " is the seventh track on Simply Red 's debut studio album Picture Book (). It remains their most successful single, having reached number one on the US Billboard Hot and number two on the UK Singles Chart.

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