- Performer Paul Young
- Title love of the common people
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Love of the Common People" is a song written by John Hurley and Ronnie Wilkins, eventually released in 1970 on John Hurley's album John Hurley Sings about People, but first sung in January 1967 by The Four Preps.
Love of the Common People (album). Love of the Common People is a 1967 album by Waylon Jennings on RCA Victor, and the title selection of the album is the selection of the same title. In his autobiography, Jennings proclaimed his fondness for the title track: "It had it all, the horn stabs that I loved so much, an insistent piano figure that lodged in your brain, and four (count 'em) key modulations upward, so the song never stopped getting you higher
Love of the Common People". Artwork for European releases, including the 1983 UK re-release. Single by Paul Young. In 1982 Paul Young released his interpretation of "Love of the Common People" as a single, but initially it failed to chart. Only after Young's first solo hit in 1983 with "Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home)" and the single's re-release did it become a big hit. The single peaked at No 2 in the UK, and reached the No 1 spot in Ireland, Italy and the Netherlands.
Paul Young - Love of the common people.
Album · 1967 · 14 Songs. Waylon Jennings & The Waylors. 4. Love of the Common People.
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In 1982 Paul Young released his interpretation of "Love of the Common People" as a single, but it failed to chart. Only after Young's first solo hit in 1983 with "Wherever I Lay My Hat" and the single's re-release did it become a big hit; the single peaked at No 2 in the UK, reached the No 1 spot in Ireland and the Netherlands. The album bears little resemblance to the sound Jennings would pioneer in the 1970s as part of the "outlaw" movement, with Atkins tempering Waylon's assertive vocal style and surrounding him with the hallmarks of the "Nashville sound", enormously successful for previous RCA artists like Patsy Cline and Jim Reeves.