Carole Ann

Album: One Strange Night (1990)
  • Running to 4 minutes 44 seconds, this fine uptempo commercial track is the third on side two of the One Strange Night album, and is credited on the vinyl, words and music to P.E. Solynskyj, S. Blades, D. Sykes, G. Livermore and P. McBride.

    This is arguably the best track on a fine album from a band that never had the success they deserved - like so many.
  • "Carole Ann" was also released in 1990 on a three track EP with "Early In The Morning" and "Sick And Tired". >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2

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