The Free Electric Band (album)
|The Free Electric Band|
|Studio album by Albert Hammond|
|Genre||Pop rock, soft rock|
|Label||Mums Records 32267|
|Albert Hammond chronology|
The single title song hit #48 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #19 on the UK Singles Chart in 1973. The single "The Peacemaker" hit #51 on the Adult Contemporary chart and #80 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The album was produced and arranged by Hammond.
- "Smokey Factory Blues"
- "The Peacemaker"
- "Woman of the World"
- "Everything I Want to Do"
- "Who's for Lunch Today"
- "The Free Electric Band"
- "The Day the British Army Lost the War"
- "For the Peace of All Mankind"
- "I Think I'll Go That Way"
- Guitar: Albert Hammond, Jay Lewis, Larry Carlton
- Bass Guitar: Joe Osborn
- Drums: Hal Blaine, Jim Gordon
- Keyboard: Michael Omartian
- Backing Vocals: Carol Carmichael and Friends
- Strings: The Sid Sharp Strings
|1973||"The Free Electric Band"||Billboard Hot 100||48|
|1973||"The Free Electric Band"||UK Singles Chart||19|
|1973||"The Peacemaker"||Billboard Hot 100||80|
|1973||"The Peacemaker"||Adult Contemporary Chart||51|
- The Free Electric Band at AllMusic
- Albert Hammond, The Free Electric Band Retrieved April 21, 2013
- Albert Hammond, The Free Electric Band Chart Position Retrieved April 21, 2013
- Albert Hammond's charting singles Retrieved April 21, 2013
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