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Cat Mother / Tin Tin - Good Old Rock 'N Roll / Toast And Marmalade For Tea album

Cat Mother / Tin Tin  - Good Old Rock 'N Roll / Toast And Marmalade For Tea album
  • Performer Cat Mother
  • Title Good Old Rock 'N Roll / Toast And Marmalade For Tea
  • Date of release 1973
  • Other formats DTS APE RA MP4 AIFF WMA AUD
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1484 mb
  • Size FLAC 1950 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 833

Toast and Marmalade for Tea" is a song by the Australian rock group Tin Tin, and was written by Steve Groves and produced by Maurice Gibb. Toast and Marmalade for Tea" was an unfinished song with just verses written only by Steve Groves. Steve Kipner explained "We had been thinking that we would write a chorus for it together"

Tin Tin was a pop rock band formed in 1969 by Steve Kipner and Steve Groves. The group disbanded in 1973. The line-up comprised Steve Kipner (vocals, keyboards, percussion), Steve Groves (vocals, guitar, percussion), John Vallins (bass, guitar, vocals) and Geoff Bridgford (drums). Toast And Marmalade For Tea (Single). Cat Mother, Tin Tin (5) - Good Old Rock 'N Roll, Toast And Marmalade For Tea ‎(7").

Tin Tin was a pop rock band formed in 1969 by Steve Kipner and Steve Groves.

Album Tin Tin. Toast and Marmalade for Tea Lyrics. Toast and marmalade for tea Sailing ships upon the sea Aren't lovelier that you Or the games I see you play. You more lovely than the day When the sun is in your eyes I see through your disguise All the games I see you play. About Toast and Marmalade for Tea. This was Tin Tin’s biggest hit, featuring a very psychedelic and echoey sound surrounding tight harmonies in the characteristic Tin Tin style. Toast and Marmalade for Tea" Track Info. Written By Steve Groves.

Toast and Marmalade for Tea chords by Tin Tin. Play song with guitar, piano, bass, ukulele. Chords list: G, C, D, Bm, Am, E, A, C F F B, D - Yalp.

Tin Tin was a pop rock band, which first formed in Australia as The Kinetics in 1966. They relocated to the United Kingdom in 1969 and were renamed as Tin Tin, which comprised Steve Kipner (vocals, keyboards, percussion), Steve Groves (vocals, guitar, percussion), John Vallins (bass, guitar, vocals) and Geoff Bridgford (drums). In 1970 they issued a single, "Toast and Marmalade for Tea", which was a No. 10 hit on the Go-Set National Singles Chart in June the following year.

You more lovely than the day, When the sun is in your eyes, I see through your disguise, All the games I see you play. Toast and marmalade for tea, Sailing ships upon the sea, Aren't lovelier that you, Or the games I see you play. You more lovely than the day, When the sun is in your eyes, I see through your disguise, All the games I see you play.

Tin Tin was the Australian duo of Steve Groves and Steve Kipner. They met while playing in bands, deciding to become songwriting partners. Meeting Maurice Gibb of the Bee Gees, the musicians decided to become a recording duo, picking the name of a Belgium crime-solving cartoon character. Gibb produced their single "Toast and Marmalade for Tea," which was issued by Atlantic subsidiary Atco Records. It reached number 20 pop in the spring of 1971. Tin Tin mid-charted that year with another Gibb-produced 45, "Is That the Wa. In 1973, Groves and Kipner parted ways.

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Tracklist

A Cat Mother* Good Old Rock 'N Roll 3:05
B Tin Tin Toast And Marmalade For Tea 2:22

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