- Performer Foundations, The
- Title Any Old Time You're Lonely And Sad
- Date of release 1968
- Style Rhythm & Blues
- Other formats APE VQF VOC VOX AAC DMF MOD
- Genre Rock / Soul
- Size MP3 1858 mb
- Size FLAC 1944 mb
- Rating: 4.2
- Votes: 408
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A third single, also released in 1968 "Any Old Time (You're Lonely and Sad)", reached Curtis and Elliott leave group. Original vocalist Curtis left in 1968, because he felt that a couple of the band's members were taking it a bit too easy, thinking that because they had now had a hit, they did not have to put in as much effort as they had previously. Saxophonist Mike Elliott also left around this time and was never replaced. During the 1960s, the Foundations recorded and released four LPs in the United Kingdom. Before the release of their debut album, it was originally announced, in the October 1967 of Beat Instrumental Monthly that the debut album's title was to be Sound Basis. However, when it was released on Pye, it had the title of From the Foundations. The American version of this album, which was released on the Uni label, was given the title of Baby, Now That I've Found You.
By the time the Foundations had been signed to Pye Records, Brown had left the group to form his own band, the Crazy World of Arthur Brown. The band included Vincent Crane (Hammond organ and piano), Drachen Theaker (drums), and Nick Greenwood (bass). Brown quickly earned a reputation for outlandish performances, which included the use of a burning metal helmet, that led to occasional mishaps, such as during an early appearance at the Windsor Festival in 1967, where he wore a colander on his head soaked in methanol. The third album, Journey (1973), recorded in Rockfield Studios in Wales, was a space rock album, with Brown playing an early drum machine and thereby replacing a series of drummers. Any Old Time (You're Lonely and Sad)". Build Me Up Buttercup". In the Bad Bad Old Days (Before You Loved Me)". Born to Live, Born to Die". My Little Chickadee".
The Foundations would re-record the song in stereo and with Colin Young on vocals instead of Clem Curtis. This appeared on their 1968 LP released on Marble Arch MALS 1157. Clem Curtis and Alan Warner re-recorded the song in the 1980s as Clem Curtis and the Foundations. com/Any Old Time (You're Lonely and Sad).
The Foundations would re-record the song in stereo and with Colin Young on vocals instead of Clem Curtis; this appeared on their 1968 LP released on Marble Arch MALS 1157 References. Back on My Feet Again".
A E A E D F You're feeling bad, Any Old Time you're lonely and sad. A E G D D E A You’re better off loving him, he can give you more than I ever can. E G D D E F I’m not stepping in just to break the heart of a better man. Bb G C E If there's ever a day (there’s no hurry, love) you feel your love slip away (don’t worry, love), hey. A E D A Any Old Time baby that your love goes wrong, just you hold tight baby and I’ll be along. D I will dry your tears and when each one disappears A E I’ll be there, I’ll come from anywhere, you know that A E D A Any Old Time baby that you're feelin' down, just you hold tight baby and I'll be around. D I won't break your heart, or even try to take your heart. A E A You're feeling bad, Any Old Time you're lonely and sad.
LyricsAny Old Time (You're Lonel. he Foundations. Download now. English.