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Lewis Furey - The Humours Of

Album

MP3/320 $7.99
FLAC $7.99
WAV $7.99
CD $29.74

Tracks

Cops Ballet Buy
Rubber Gun Show Buy
Top Ten Sexes Buy
Lullaby Buy
Clarabelle's Lament Buy
Poetic Young Man Buy
Casting for Love Buy
Lucky Guy Buy
Romance Buy
Who Got the Bag Buy
Haunted Buy
Legacy Buy
Cops Ballet (Reprise) Buy
Top Ten Sexes (Long Version) Buy
The Humours Of, released in 1976, is the second studio album by Canadian composer, singer, violinist, pianist, actor, and director Lewis Furey. The album was produced by Roy Thomas Baker (produced Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”) and features arrangements and bass by Graham Preskett (Tom Jones, Deep Purple, Cher, Paul McCartney, Hans Zimmer, Jon Bon Jovi, John Williams). Furey's songs have been recorded by artists such as Céline Dion and Petula Clark, and his work in film and television has earned him a Canadian Film Award and a Genie Award nomination.