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Bluesology - Mr. Frantic album download
Rhythm & Blues
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    Mr. Frantic
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    Rhythm & Blues
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Bluesology was a 1960s English R&B popular music group, best remembered as being the first professional band of which Reginald Dwight – later known as Elton John – was a member. From about 1960, organist Reginald Dwight – then aged 13 – and his neighbour, singer and guitarist Stewart "Stu" Brown, performed with a local group, the Corvettes, in Pinner, Middlesex, a suburb of London.

This song is by Bluesology. When you hold me, when you thrill meMy heart just sets on fireWhen you love me, when you hold meI'm just filled with desire. You know that I love you babyBut your kind of loving just drives me crazyWhen you hold me, when you kiss meMr. Frantic, Mr. Frantic. When you tell me that I'm your onlyI feel on top of the worldIf you'd only say you will. Then you'll be my only girl.

Album: Mr. Frantic, Everyday I Have The Blues. Bluesology - Mr. Frantic 02:20. Album: Mr. Bluesology: best 2 tracks. Bluesology - Come Back Baby Come Back Baby, Time’s Getting Tougher Than Tough, 1965 02:43. Bluesology - Time Getting Tougher Than Tough Come Back Baby, Time’s Getting Tougher Than Tough, 1965 02:14.

English music album by Bluesology 1. Mr. Frantic - Bluesology, 2. Everyday I Have The Blues - Bluesology. Album ∙ 1965 ∙ 2 Songs.

2. Everyday I Have The Blues. Listen to Mr. Frantic, Everyday I Have The Blues now. Frantic, Everyday I Have The Blues in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

Bluesology - Mr. Bluesology - Everyday I Have The Blues 02:29. Come Back Baby, Time’s Getting Tougher Than Tough - Bluesology.

Listen to Bluesology's 'Come Back, Baby'. John referred to another tune he wrote that they recorded, "Mr. Frantic," as "equally depressing. That's why, if you listen to both those songs, you'll realize why I never wrote lyrics with Bernie Taupin, because those lyrics of mine were so awful. Brown and Dean also left around that time, and Bluesology officially broke up in 1968, a year before John's debut solo album was released. Elton John Through the Years. Next: Elton John Albums Ranked.

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A Mr. Frantic
Written-By – Reg Dwight
2:23
B Everyday I Have The Blues
Written-By – Chatman*

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Musicville Ltd.
  • Published By – Jewel Music Ltd.

Credits

  • Featuring [Uncredited], Piano [Uncredited] – Elton John
  • Guitar [Uncredited] – Bernie Holland

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TF 668 Bluesology Mr. Frantic ‎(7", Single, RE, Unofficial) Fontana TF 668 UK Unknown