Trapeze (1970 album)

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Trapeze (Threshold 1970)
Studio album by Trapeze
Genre Hard rock
Label Threshold (1970)
Polygram (1994)
Universal (2006)
Producer John Lodge
Trapeze chronology
Trapeze
(1970)
Medusa
(1970)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
CdConnection 3/5 stars[2]

Trapeze is the 1970 debut rock album by the band Trapeze. The album was produced by John Lodge, of Moody Blues fame. The sound on this particular album is a far cry from the blues-based hard rock the band would become well known for.

The band released another album also named Trapeze in 1976; see Trapeze (1976 album).

Track listing[edit]

  1. "It's Only A Dream" (Galley) 0:44
  2. "The Giant's Dead Hoorah!" (Hughes) 3:33
  3. "Over" (Jones, Galley) 3:38
  4. "Nancy Gray" (Hughes) 2:48
  5. "Fairytale" - "Verily Verily" - "Fairytale" (Jones, Galley) 7:41
  6. "It's My Life" (Jones, Galley) 2:51
  7. "Am I" (Hughes) 3:08
  8. "Suicide" (Jones, Galley) 4:52
  9. "Wings" (Hughes, Rowley) 3:30
  10. "Another Day" (Galley, Hughes, Jones) 2:37
  11. "Send Me No More Letters" (Rowley) 4:35
  12. "It's Only A Dream" (reprise) (Galley) 0:40

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