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Steve Harley - Roll The Dice album mp3

Performer: Steve Harley
Title: Roll The Dice
Country: UK
Released: 1978
Style: Classic Rock
Rating: 4.8
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Roll the Dice" is a song by the British singer-songwriter Steve Harley, released in 1978 as the lead single from his debut solo album Hobo with a Grin. It was written by Harley and Jo Partridge, and produced by Michael J. Jackson. In 1977, Harley began working on his debut solo album Hobo with a Grin. Once it was completed in early 1978, he decided to leave Britain and live in Los Angeles for almost a year.

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Producer – Michael J. Jackson Written-By – Partridge, Steve Harley. Producer – Steve HarleyWritten-By – Steve Harley. Roll The Dice ‎(7", Single, Promo). Roll The Dice ‎(7", Single).

Roll me the lucky one, I feel the sensation I got all of my heart on you, A wondrous temptation, too Many co-incidences keep me coming for more, of the same Chorus: Roll the dice and it sounds like thunder Hit the bottom and you feel no pain Roll the dice and it sounds like thunder Ain't it the truth, it's a fools game.

Roll the Dice" is a song by the British singer-songwriter Steve Harley, released in 1978 as the lead single from his debut solo album Hobo with a Grin. Background - In 1977, Harley began working on his debut solo. A week before the release of Hobo with a Grin, "Roll the Dice" was released as the album's lead single in July 1978. Like the album, "Roll the Dice" was a commercial failure, failing to make an appearance in the UK Top 7. .While most of Hobo with a Grin was recorded in London, "Roll the Dice" was one of two tracks from the album to be recorded and mixed at Sunset Sound in Los Angeles. Any remixing and additional recording was done in Los Angeles.

Swedish prog group DICE released one album in 1978 and disbanded, but one year before the album they had recorded this work that saw the light of day in 1992. My first impression, listening to the 11- minute opener 'War': a bit muddy production but very powerful, ambitious and dramatic symphonic instrumental prog with lots of organ. ELP reference is therefore obvious but maybe the compositions remind me more of YES and GENESIS, with some Scandinavian touch � la KAIPA. Oh, now the guitar got very Steve Howe-ish! Followed by Emersonian organ fireworks

Roll me the lucky one, I feel the sensation. I got all of my heart on you, A wondrous temptation, too. Many co-incidences keep me coming for more, of the same. Chorus: Roll the dice and it sounds like thunder. Hit the bottom and you feel no pain. Roll the dice and it sounds like thunder. Ain't it the truth, it's a fools game. When feeling my way around, your friendly intentions. I find I believe in magic now, a wondrous inventions, too. So many co-incidences keep me coming for more, of the same. Ain't it the truth, we call it a fools game

Tracklist

A Roll The Dice (Stereo) 3:12
B Roll The Dice (Mono) 3:12

Credits

  • Producer – Michael J. Jackson*
  • Written-By – J. Partridge*, S. Harley*

Notes

Generic company sleeve. Large centre hole.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EMI 2830 Steve Harley Roll The Dice ‎(7", Single) EMI EMI 2830 UK 1978
EMI 2830 Steve Harley Roll The Dice ‎(7", Single, Promo) EMI EMI 2830 UK 1978
1C006-06764 Steve Harley Roll The Dice ‎(7", Single) EMI 1C006-06764 Germany 1978
EMI-11780 Steve Harley Roll The Dice ‎(7", Single, Promo, "A ) EMI EMI-11780 Australia 1978
EMI 2830 Steve Harley Roll The Dice ‎(7", Single) EMI EMI 2830 New Zealand 1978


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