Ennismore

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Ennismore
Studio album by Colin Blunstone
Released November 1972
Recorded Abbey Road Studios, London
Genre Rock
Label Epic
Producer Rod Argent, Chris White
Colin Blunstone chronology
One Year
(1971)
Ennismore
(1972)
Journey
(1974)

Ennismore is the second album by singer Colin Blunstone, former member of British rock band The Zombies. It was released in 1972 (see 1972 in music). The lead-off single "I Don't Believe in Miracles" b/w "I've Always Had You" peaked at number 31 and "How Could We Dare to Be Wrong" b/w "Time's Running Out" reached number 45 in the UK. Ennismore was reissued on CD by Sony in 2003.

As with Blunstone's 1971 debut One Year, Ennismore was produced by Rod Argent and Chris White and most of the songs were backed by Argent's band Argent.

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Music critic Robin Platts of Allmusic wrote: "Opinions differ as to which of the two is Blunstone's best album, but both One Year and Ennismore are consistently strong records and are bound to please anyone who has enjoyed Colin's work with the Zombies."[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I Don't Believe in Miracles" (Russ Ballard) – 3:03
  2. "Quartet: Exclusively for Me" (Colin Blunstone, Jones) – 2:30
  3. "Quartet: A Sign from Me to You" (Blunstone) – 3:58
  4. "Quartet: Every Sound I Heard" (Blunstone, Jones) – 2:26
  5. "Quartet: How Wrong Can One Man Be" (Blunstone) – 2:02
  6. "I Want Some More" (Blunstone) – 3:08
  7. "Pay Me Later" (Blunstone, Phil Dennys) – 2:46
  8. "Andorra" (Rod Argent, Chris White) – 3:18
  9. "I've Always Had You" (Blunstone) – 2:32
  10. "Time's Running Out" (Blunstone) – 2:41
  11. "How Could We Dare to Be Wrong" (Blunstone, Dennys) – 3:24

Personnel[edit]

Production notes:

  • Rod Argent – producer
  • Chris White – producer
  • Steve Campbell – cover photo
  • Chris Gunning – string arrangements
  • Dan Loggins – advisor
  • David Lowe – photography
  • Peter Vince – engineer

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Platts, Robin. "Ennismore > Review". Allmusic. Retrieved June 22, 2011.