Daughter Of The Fireplace
by Man

  • This slightly off-beat uptempo number was written by Deke Leonard, who played lead guitar and also supplied the vocals. It is said to have been inspired by Johnny Winter, presumably by his guitar style rather than a fascination for chimneys.

    The single runs to 3 minutes 6 seconds, and was produced by Mel Baister. The album version runs to 5 minutes 17 seconds. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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