Trapeze (1975 album)

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Studio album by Trapeze
Released 1975 (1975)
Recorded 1975 at Island Studios, London
Genre Hard rock, blues rock
Length 34:25
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Steve Smith
Trapeze chronology
Hot Wire
Hold On

Trapeze is the self-titled fifth studio album by English hard rock band Trapeze. Recorded with producer Steve Smith at Island Studios, London, it was released in 1975 by Warner Bros. Records. The album was preceded by the release of one single, a cover version of "On the Sunny Side of the Street", originally recorded by Frank Sinatra.


Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 2/5 stars[1]

Music website AllMusic awarded Trapeze two out of five stars.[1] Writer Dave Thompson described the album as "a dour little disc, desperately missing the funk infusions of Glenn Hughes and, for the most part, overshadowed even by its disappointing predecessor".[1] Thompson identified opening track "Star Breaker" as "probably the best" song on Trapeze, but summarised the release as "lumpen rock by rote, dull and dismissed by all but the most desperately faithful".[1]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Star Breaker" Mel Galley, Tom Galley 3:30
2. "It's Alright" M. Galley 4:12
3. "Chances" M. Galley, T. Galley, Glenn Hughes 2:30
4. "The Raid" M. Galley 2:45
5. "On the Sunny Side of the Street" Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields 2:40
6. "Gimmie Good Love" M. Galley, T. Galley, Steve Smith 3:10
7. "Monkey" M. Galley, T. Galley 3:40
8. "I Need You" M. Galley 4:35
9. "Soul Stealer" M. Galley, T. Galley 3:30
10. "Nothing for Nothing" M. Galley 3:53



  1. ^ a b c d "Trapeze (1975) - Trapeze". AllMusic. Retrieved January 25, 2015.