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Studio album by
ProducerMike Batt

Philharmania is an album produced, arranged and conducted by Mike Batt in 1998. Performers included the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and guest singers including Roger Daltrey, Marc Almond, Bonnie Tyler, Status Quo, Huey Lewis, Kim Wilde, Lemmy, Justin Hayward, and others.[1] The album was recorded at Abbey Road Studios.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. Midge Ure "Vienna" (Ure/Currie/Allen/Cann) Polygram Music
  2. Bonnie Tyler "I Put A Spell On You" (Hawkins) EMI Music Publishing
  3. Roger Daltrey "Boys Of Summer" (Henley/Campbell) Warner/Chappell Music
  4. Joey Tempest "Born To Run" (Springsteen) Bruce Springsteen Music
  5. Status Quo "Not Fade Away" (Hardin/Petty) Melody Lane Publishers/MPL Communications
  6. Marc Almond "Paint It Black" (Jagger/Richards) Westminster Music/ABKCO Music
  7. Paul Carrack "No Face, No Name, No Number" (Winwood/Capaldi) Warner Chappell/Island Music
  8. John Farnham "A Whiter Shade Of Pale" (Reid/Booker) Onward Music
  9. Justin Hayward "Nights In White Satin" (Hayward) Tyler Music
  10. Lemmy "Eve Of Destruction" (P.F. Sloane) MCA Music Publishing
  11. Kim Wilde "Because The Night" (Smith/Springsteen) Zomba Music Publishing
  12. Colin Blunstone "Owner Of A Lonely Heart" (Anderson/Rabin/Squire/Horn) Warner/Chappell/Unforgettable Songs/Carling Music
  13. Mike Batt "Bright Eyes" (Batt) EMI Music Publishing
  14. Huey Lewis "The Power Of Love" (Lewis/Hayes/Colla) MCA Music Publishing



  1. ^ Bogovich, Richard; Posner, Cheryl (2003). The Who: A Who's Who.
  2. ^ "Philharmania". Retrieved 9 October 2011.