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Tom Middleton - It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference / Lovelight

  • Performer: Tom Middleton
  • Title: It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference / Lovelight
  • Genre: Pop
  • Country: UK
  • Record source: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM
  • Released: 1973
  • Style: Vocal
  • Label: CBS
  • Cat#: S CBS 2269
  • MP3 album: 1068 mb
  • FLAC album: 1452 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Tom Middleton - It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference / Lovelight

Tracklist

1It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference
Written-By – T. Rundgren
3:12
2Lovelight
Written-By – Howard Leese
2:22


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
C4-4002Tom Middleton It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference ‎(7")ColumbiaC4-4002Canada1973
C4-4002Tom Middleton It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference ‎(7", Single)ColumbiaC4-4002Canada1973
S CBS 2269Tom Middleton It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference ‎(7", Promo)CBSS CBS 2269UK1973
4-45972Tom Middleton It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference ‎(7", Single, Styrene)Columbia Records4-45972US1973
C4-4002Tom Middleton It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference ‎(7", Promo)ColumbiaC4-4002UK1973


Credits

  • ProducerMike Flicker


Notes

Can-Base Records
A Canadian Production


Album

Great song that was a hit in Canada. It didn't make much noise in America, but there apparently was an American pressing I never have seen one. Tom Middleton is a former Canadian pop singer. The Victoria, British Columbia native first got a taste of the rock life while with The Marquis in 1967, which. The title track, backed with Lovelight Suite, made a decent impression on the charts at home, cracking the Canadian top 40 for a month. Like the title track, Just One Victory, was written by Todd Rundgren, but didn't make it past 65. A third single was cut, One More Chance, backed with Name of the Game, which also stalled short of the top 40. He released his sophomore record, One Night Lovers in early '76, after the label tested the market with the pre-album release of the title track, written by Paul Davis. Tom Middleton grew up in British Columbia and was a former member of Victoria, B. act The Marquis. Middleton went solo after the bands demise and was mana. The debut album was based around the Todd Rundgren written title track It Wouldnt Have Made Any Difference. The single went Top10 and spent 15 weeks weeks in the Top40 on the RPM Top100 Singles chart. The follow-up single, One More Chance, narrowly missed the Top40 in 1974 peaking at . Artist: Tom Middleton Album: It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference Label: CBS Records Catalog: ES 90261 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: Canada Released: 1973 Genre: Rock, Pop, Folk Duration: 00:35:30. Side One: A1. Help Us - 04:35 A2. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Album by Tom Middleton 2. Just One Victory. is a cover of. Just One Victory by Todd Rundgren 1973. It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference. It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference by Todd Rundgren 1972. Signed with Columbia Records of Canada, Ltd. and released his first album It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference in May of 1973. Released his sophomore record, One Night Lovers in early 1976. After reissuing his first album that same year, Columbia cut him from their roster. He continued on the local area circuit for a few months, but eventually packed it in. Middleton resurrected The Marquis in 1990 for a reunion and still occasionally made appearances on the west coast, playing blues and jazz festivals, as well as the occasional club dates. Written by Todd Rundgren. This song is off Toms' 1973 album which was produced by Howard Leese who then went on to become the producer for Heart. Tom worked beside me at Canada Post from Feb 2011 to July 2012 and just retired after 34 years at the Post Office. Keep on rockin' Tom. Your fan Norm. The Victoria, British Columbia native first got a taste of the rock life while with The Marquis in 1967, which featured Jerry Adophe later of Chilliwack and Jim Byrnes, Len Knoke, Norm Piercy, and Gary Garraway. They toured BC while playing the popular covers of the day and graduated to the 'B' circuit across western Canada until they broke up in '69. It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference 1973 10 CAN. Tom Middleton released it on the album It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference in 1973. It was covered by Planet Patrol, Mathilde Santing, Alison Krauss, The Manhattan Transfer and other by Todd Rundgren. Tom worked. 70s Music Good Music Music Videos Toms Todd Rundgren Youtube 1970s 1970s Music Youtube Movies


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