One House Left Standing is the first album by English singer-songwriter Claire Hamill, released in 1972. The album cover depicts Claire Hamill sitting on an old railway wheel in front of the Tees Transporter Bridge. The photo was taken by Brian Cooke on the north side of the River tees and was one of a series of photos featuring the bridge in the background. All songs written by Claire Hamill and Mike Coles, except where noted. Baseball Blues" (Claire Hamill) – 4:30.
One House Left Standing. One House Left Standing. It's a first album which shows why people thought she was worth investing in and persevering with rather than being an classic in its own right. I'm glad to have heard it and collectors and fans will undoubtedly want it in their collections, but it's not one I'll be playing much, I suspect. If you're looking for somewhere to start with Claire Hamill, I'd recommend doing what I did and trying October first. Who knows, you may want to come back to One House Left Standing, but for me she hadn't yet quite hit her stride.
Claire Hamill-River Song. Claire Hamill-When I Was A Child. Claire Hamill-Where Are Your Smiles At. 516 views. Top Songs By Claire Hamill. 1. Someday We'll All Be Together. 360. 2. The Moon Is A Powerful Lover (From The Album "Touchpaper"). 308. 3. Awaken-Lark Rise. 255. 4. Baseball Blues (From The Album "One House Left Standing"). 161. 5. The Last Shirt (From The Album "Summer"). 137. 6. Trees (From The Album "Love In The Afternoon")
Claire Hamill began singing professionally in 1971 when she was offered a recording contract with Island Records. She has released 9 albums of songs and performed in some of the world's most prestigious venues in Europe, North America and Japan. She has written music for and appeared many times on . and radio and has represented her country in the soviet block version of the Eurovision Song Contest where she won the journalists prize.
Claire Hamill - Flowers for Grandma Lyrics. Artist: Claire Hamill. Album: One House Left Standing. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. They'd capture live pulsating plants And put them by her bed She loved to feel, caress and touch She claimed they heard each word she said She'd watch them writhing in their pots She'd watch, and they'd watch too Their tentative long writhing stalks That tried to leave their bedside zoo.
Arranged By – John McCoyBacking Band – Alex WelshGuitar – John Martyn
|2||Man Who Cannot See Tomorrows Sunshine
Cello, Arranged By – Paul BuckmasterGuitar – John Martyn
Guitar, Arranged By – David Lindley
|4||The River Song
Arranged By [Strings] – Richard HewsonFlute – Ray WarleighPiano – John Hawken
|5||Where Are Your Smiles
Accordion – Jack EmblowArranged By – Richard HewsonFrench Horn – John Pignegny*Oboe – Audrey Johnson
|6||When I Was A Child
Arranged By – John McCoyDouble Bass – Phil BatesGuitar, Mandolin, Arranged By – David Lindley
|7||Urge For Going
Bass – Tetsu YamauchiDrums – Simon KirkeGuitar, Vocals – Terry ReidKeyboards, Vocals – Rabbit*
|8||Flower For Grandma
Cello, Arranged By – Paul BuckmasterHarpsichord – John HawkenOrgan [Pipe] – Claire Hamill
|10||Smile Your Blues Away
Arranged By – John McCoyDouble Bass – Phil BatesGuitar, Arranged By – David Lindley
|ILPS 9182||Claire Hamill||One House Left Standing (LP, Album)||Island Records||ILPS 9182||UK||1972|
|ILPS 9182||Claire Hamill||One House Left Standing (LP, Album)||Island Records||ILPS 9182||Netherlands||1972|
|AIRAC-1255||Claire Hamill||One House Left Standing (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)||Air Mail Archive||AIRAC-1255||Japan||2006|
|SW-9316||Claire Hamill||One House Left Standing (LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl)||Island Records||SW-9316||US||1972|
|SW-9316||Claire Hamill||One House Left Standing (LP, Album)||Island Records||SW-9316||US||1972|