Harry's Cafe de Wheels is an iconic pie cart located in Woolloomooloo, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia on Cowper Wharf Road, near the Finger Wharf and Fleet Base East of Garden Island Navy Base, opposite the Woolloomooloo Bay Hotel. They are best known for their dish "Tiger Pie", a type of Australian meat pie named after the original founder of Harry's.
This record is dedicated to my mother, the best mother in the world" - Peter Blakeley. Recorded in Los Angeles at: The Hop, Conway Studios, The Complex, Summa Recording Studios, Ocean Way Recording Studios. Other Versions (5 of 9) View All.
All Or Nothing Us Remix Album. Harry's Cafe De Wheels.
In 1989, he released the album 'Harry's Cafe De Wheel's, which was executive produced by Peter Asher. Artists involved with the album included Linda Ronstadt, Siedah Garrett, Wendy Matthews and Andrew Gold, in addition to legendary session musicians such as Jeff Porcaro, Jim Keltner and Larry Klein. The album represented a different musical direction for Blakeley and incorporated stronger elements of Funk and Blues than Harry's Cafe De Wheels whilst still retaining a distinctive Soul sound. The album was recorded at the Paisley Park Studios in the US is owned by Prince and included members of the New Power Generation on some of the tracks.
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Peter Blakeley is an Australian White ary singer and songwriter. Blakeley was a lead singer for The Rockmelons in the mid-1980s. He launched a solo career in 1987 and had a massive hit single in 1990 with "Crying in the Chapel", which was not a remake of the 1950s song "Crying in the Chapel". In 1990 he won an ARIA award for Single of the year with "Crying in the Chapel", the first single taken from his album "Harry's Cafe De Wheels".
|1||Crying In The Chapel||3:40|
|3||You Never Heard It From Me||3:36|
|4||First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
Written-By – Ewan MacColl
|5||Heaven Is Calling||4:08|
|6||Who Let My Secret Out||4:15|
|7||Stranger In My Own Hometown||3:40|
|8||There Must Be Something I Can Do||3:55|
|9||Working For A Living||4:05|
|10||Lost On The River
Written-By – P. Kelly*
|C1-90412||Peter Blakeley||Harry's Cafe De Wheels (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||C1-90412||US||1989|
|TOCP 6175||Peter Blakeley||Harry's Cafe De Wheels (CD, Album, Promo)||Capitol Records, Echo Chamber||TOCP 6175||Japan||1990|
|ST 790412||Peter Blakeley||Harry's Cafe De Wheels (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||ST 790412||Australia||1989|
|TC-ST 790412, TCST 790412||Peter Blakeley||Harry's Cafe De Wheels (Cass)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||TC-ST 790412, TCST 790412||Australia||1989|
|C4-90412||Peter Blakeley||Harry's Cafe De Wheels (Cass)||Capitol Records||C4-90412||US||1989|