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Thursday, March 7, 2013

Hudson And Ford - Worlds Collide (1975 uk, delicate glam soft rock, Vinyl edition)



“Worlds Collide” was the “difficult” third album by Hudson and Ford, more glam than their previous works, but not bad at all. Their single "When Love has Overgrown" tanked, and no other was attempted from the album. This was despite Hudson Ford's invocation in soft-rock numbers like as "As Hours Go By," a gentle piece with Latin percussion and echoing electric piano. The album develops sharper edges later, with the shrill "Jesus Said" and the satisfyingly jagged guitar in the glam rave-up of "Petro Rock." All in all an  enjoyably release.


Tracks
1. Did Worlds Collide? - 5:52
2. Mechanics - 3:28
3. When Love Has Overgrown - 3:48
4. As Hours Go By - 3:01
5. Bootleg - 3:11
6. Jesus Said - 3:42
7. Day Without Love - 4:44
8. Petro Rock - 3:20
9. Mile High City - 3:37
10. Keep Me Rolling - 4:07
Words and Music by Richard Hudson, John Ford

Musicians
*Richard Hudson - Vocals, Accoustic Guitar
*John Ford - Vocals, Bass
*Micky Keene - Electric Guitar
*Chris Parren - All Keyboards
*Ken Laws - Drums, Percussion
*Johnny Mealing - Bass, Strings Arrangement
*Dick Morrissey - Saxophone
*Tom Allom - Organ

Others releases
1973  Nickelodeon
1974  Free Spirit

Related Acts
1967  Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera
1969  Ride A Hustler's Dream

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