33⅓ (album)

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33⅓
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Cover to the standard edition of the album
Studio album by John Farnham
Released 7 July 2000
Recorded 2000
Genre Pop, rock,soul
Length 51:21
Label Sony BMG, RCA, Gotham
Producer Ross Fraser, John Farnham
John Farnham chronology
Live at the Regent Theatre – 1st July 1999
(1999)
33⅓
(2000)
The Last Time
(2002)
Singles from 33⅓
  1. "Trying To Live My Life Without You"
  2. "Man Of The Hour"
  3. "You're The Only One"
"33⅓" DVD released on 27 November 2000

33⅓ is a studio album by Australian singer John Farnham.[1] The album was released in Australia on 7 July 2000, and is Farnham's first studio release since Romeo's Heart in 1996. This album debuted at No. 1 in the ARIA Charts.[2]

There were three singles released as promos for the album.) (Trying To Live My Life without you), (Man of The Hour) and (You're The Only One). These singles did not chart as they were intended as media only releases. Issac Hayes and Merril Bainbridge were some of the writers that contributors songs to the album,

On 27 November 2000, a DVD version of the album was released which contained bonus footage, including behind the scenes, band interviews, and a documentary on the making of the album.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "That Driving Beat"   W. Mitchell 2:26
2. "Trying To Live My Life Without You"   E. Williams 3:27
3. "You Don't Know Like I Know"   I. Hayes, D. Porter 2:47
4. "Everything Is Gonna Be All Right"   W. Mitchell 3:15
5. "Man Of The Hour"   S. Hostin, D. Deviller, S. Kipner 4:10
6. "I've Been Lonely for So Long"   J. Weaver, P. Knight 4:42
7. "That's What Love Will Make You Do"   M. Campbell 4:10
8. "I Can't Get Next To You"   B. Strong, N. Whitfield 5:02
9. "You're The Only One"   Merril Bainbridge 4:20
10. "I Thank You"   I. Hayes, D. Porter 3:50
11. "Soul Reason"   J. Pescetto, S. Diamond 4:14
12. "The Way"   G. Wells 4:44
13. "Walk Away"   O. Sain 4:20

DVD track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Intro"     0:09
2. "Trying To Live My Life Without You"   E. Williams 3:42
3. "That Driving Beat"   W. Mitchell 2:52
4. "Man of the Hour"   S. Hostin, D. Deviller, S. Kipner 4:21
5. "That's What Love Will Make You Do"   M. Campbell 4:43
6. "You Don't Know Like I Know"   I. Hayes, D. Porter 3:04
7. "You're The Only One"   M. Bainbridge 4:26
8. "Everything Is Gonna Be Alright"   W. Mitchell 3:17
9. "I Can't Get Next To You"   B. Strong, N. Whitfield 5:19
10. "The Way"   G. Wells 5:02
11. "I Thank You"   I. Hayes, D. Porter 3:59
12. "Soul Reason"   J. Pescetto, S. Diamond 4:37
13. "Credits"     1:18
14. "On The Inside" (Bonus Track)   24:19
15. "Band Interviews" (Bonus Track)   9:53

Personnel[edit]

Credited to:[1]

  • John Farnham – vocals
  • Chong Lim – keyboards, additional brass arrangements
  • Angus Burchall – drums
  • Joe Creighton – bass, vocals
  • Stuart Fraser – guitars
  • Lindsay Field – vocals
  • Lisa Edwards – vocals
  • Steve Williams – tenor sax, baritone sax, brass arrangements
  • Bob Coassin – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Lex Tier – trombone

Chart positions[edit]

Year Chart Position
2000 Australian Recording Industry Association Albums Chart[2] 1

Release history[edit]

Region Date
Australia 7 July 2000
Netherlands 3 October 2000
Germany 9 October 2000

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Holmgren, Magnus; Reboulet, Scott; Albury, Lyn; Birtles, Beeb; Warnqvist, Stefan; Medlin, Peter. "John Farnham". Passagen.se. Australian Rock Database (Magnus Holmgren). Archived from the original on 27 November 2013. Retrieved 15 May 2014. 
  2. ^ a b Hung, Steffen. "John Farnham Discography". Australian Charts Portal (Hung Medien). Retrieved 30 August 2009.  NOTE: Australian albums and singles information, used for chart peak positions of later John Farnham releases after Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) regulated the charts itself and is based on information supplied by ARIA.