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8 thoughts on “ Can This Be? - Stephen Fretwell - Four Letter Words (Vinyl)

  1. The first single taken from the album was "Run" and was subsequently followed by "Emily" () and the Four Letter Words EP. "Emily" reached #42 in the UK Singles Chart in August [2] He had previously supported Oasis at Marlay Park in Dublin on 16 July He was described by Q as "Scunthorpe's finest export ever". Fretwell.
  2. This limited edition EP has songs from album recording sessions in New York with producer Eli Janney (ex-Girls Against Boys), are an enticing taster for Fretwell’s second LP, the follow up to ’s acclaimed gold-selling debut "Magpie" issue of the "supernaturally talented" (Q Magazine) Fretwell's first new material in 2 years.
  3. What, then, to do if you're Stephen Fretwell and you've spent over a year of your life promoting Magpie, a slow-burning, gem of a debut album which moved and en.
  4. Born in the town of Scunthorpe in , English singer/songwriter Stephen Fretwell was introduced to the music of Bob Dylan at a young age. Using a borrowed guitar from his grandparents, the young artist began writing his own songs and made tapes for.
  5. Stephen Fretwell Man On The Roof Following on from the acclaimed album Magpie and the Four Letter Words The fact that Fretwell headed to New York to .
  6. Vinyl and CD Discography; 16 Releases 3 Albums 9 Singles & EPs 2 Videos 2 Stephen Fretwell: Four Letter Words (Single, EP) 2 versions: Fiction Records: UK: Sell This Version: 2 versions.
  7. Stephen Fretwell (born 10 November in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire) is an English singer-songwriter. () and the Four Letter Words EP. "Emily" reached #42 in the UK Singles Chart in August He had previously supported Oasis at Marlay Park in Dublin on 16 July
  8. Four Letter Words | Stephen Fretwell to stream in hi-fi, or to download in True CD Quality on metstislomarkame.vauradcdiscdontirenicezaficasca.infoinfo

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