Album: The Singles Collection. Tracklist: 01 – Melting Pot 02 – Good Morning Freedom 03 – Our World 04 – Time for Winning 05 – The Banner Man 06 – Sunday 07 – Count Me In 08 – Wacky Wacky Wacky 09 – Stay with Me 10 – By the Devil (I Was Tempted) 11 – Randy 12 – Quackers 13 – Get Up 14 – Another Without You Day 15 – You’re the One 16 – Five Minute Wonder 17 – Where.
Blue Mink were a British six-piece pop group that existed from 1969 to 1974. Over that period they had six Top 20 hit singles in the UK Singles Chart, and released five studio based albums.
Blue Mink was a British five-piece pop group, that existed from 1969 to 1974. Their final album, Fruity, (January 1974) and the singles "Quackers" (January 1974) and "Get Up" (July 1974) failed, and the band split up that autumn after a farewell tour of the United States. Elton John was among the celebrities present to say goodbye, introducing the band onstage at The Troubadour in Los Angeles, California.
More albums from Blue Mink: A Time Of Change by Blue Mink. Melting Pot by Blue Mink. Only When I Laugh by Blue Mink. Live’ At The Talk Of The Town by Blue Mink. Real Mink by Blue Mink. Our World by Blue Mink. View all albums . Fruity. 4. Song For Madeline. 5. Non Commercial Blues.
Blue Mink - The Singles Collection/Blue Mink - The Singles Collection. Blue Mink - The Singles Collection/03 - Our World. Blue Mink - The Singles Collection/12 - Quackers. Blue Mink - The Singles Collection/07 - Count Me I. lac - 3. Blue Mink - The Singles Collection/08 - Wacky Wacky Wacky.
Video: Blue Mink sing Quackers. Album featuring Quackers. The Singles Collection (2012).
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Blue Mink - Quackers. Photo of Blue Mink - Quackers. More albums of Blue Mink: The Banner Man, Mind Your Business. This album was released on the label EMI (catalog number SEMI 88722) Jugoton (catalog number SEMI 88722). This album was released in 1974 year.
Blue Mink released one further album, January 1974's Fruity, together with the single "Quackers. Neither did anything, and the band broke up that fall, following one final American tour. Elton John was among the celebrities present to say goodbye, introducing the band on-stage at the Troubadour in Los Angeles. Blue Mink, meanwhile, have been immortalized on a string of compilations, each recounting the string of effervescent hits that established them among Britain's best-loved pop groups of the early decade.
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|SEMI 88722||Blue Mink||Quackers (7", Single)||EMI, Jugoton||SEMI 88722||Yugoslavia||1974|
|EMI 2109||Blue Mink||Quackers (7", Single, Promo)||EMI||EMI 2109||UK||1974|
|EMI 2109||Blue Mink||Quackers (7", Single)||EMI||EMI 2109||Scandinavia||1974|