Stealers Wheel (album)
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|Studio album by Stealers Wheel|
|Recorded||Apple Studio, London|
|Producer||Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller|
|Stealers Wheel chronology|
Stealers Wheel is the debut 1972 album by the Scottish folk rock band Stealers Wheel. It never charted in the UK, as did neither of the first two singles, 'Late Again', or 'You Put Something Better Inside Me'. 'Stuck in The Middle' reached the Top 10.
The cover painting was by John Patrick Byrne. Closer examination will reveal the words 'Stealers Wheel' carefully embedded eight times in the design, in addition to the large lettering in the bottom left-hand corner.
|1.||"Late Again"||Joe Egan, Gerry Rafferty||3:16|
|2.||"Stuck in the Middle with You"||Egan, Rafferty||3:23|
|4.||"I Get By"||Egan||3:16|
|5.||"Outside Looking In"||Rafferty||3:54|
|7.||"Next to Me"||Egan, Rafferty||3:37|
|9.||"Gets So Lonely"||Egan||2:57|
|10.||"You Put Something Better Inside Me"||Egan, Rafferty||3:50|
- Gerry Rafferty - guitar, lead vocals
- Joe Egan - keyboards, lead vocals
- Paul Pilnick - lead guitar
- Tony Williams - bass
- Rod Coombes - drums
- Geoff Emerick, John Mills - engineering. The Album went on to receive the European Edison Award for recording excellence.
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