Eric Stewart Part 1

Tuesday, 29 August 2017, 19:17 | Category : Podcasts
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To tie in with the release of Eric Stewart’s autobiography ‘The Things I Do For Love’ and the Eric Stewart Anthology, Eric talks to Jason Barnard in the first of two podcasts covering his remarkable career.Eric Stewart, 10cc

  1. Eric Stewart – Night And Day (Frooty Rooties, Mercury, 1982)
  2. Wayne Fontana and The Mindbenders – The Game of Love (Single A-side, Fontana, 1965)
  3. The Mindbenders – Groovy Kind of Love (Single A-side, Fontana, 1965)
  4. The Mindbenders – It’s Getting Harder All The Time (To Sir, With Love Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Fontana, 1967)
  5. The Mindbenders – Schoolgirl (Single A-side, Fontana, 1967)
  6. Hotlegs – Neanderthal Man (Single A-side, Philips, 1970)
  7. Hotlegs – How Many Times (Thinks: School Stinks, Philips, 1971)
  8. 10cc – Donna (Single A-side, Decca, 1972)
  9. 10cc – Waterfall (Single B-side to Rubber Bullets, UK Records, 1973)
  10. 10cc – Fresh Air For My Mama (10cc, UK Records, 1973)
  11. 10cc – Wall Street Shuffle (Single A-side, UK Records, 1974)
  12. 10cc – Worst Band In The World (Sheet Music, UK Records, 1974)
  13. 10cc – I’m Not In Love (Single A-side, Mercury, 1975)

Part 1 takes us from Eric’s time in The Mindbenders, Hotlegs and the Godley and Creme years of 10cc.

6 Comments for “Eric Stewart Part 1”

  1. 1Phil Lukes

    Great interview! Some familiar stories if you are a life long fan but lovely to hear Eric tell them with such enthusiasm still. I’m looking forward to vetting his autobiography now.

    Bring o. Blog 2!

  2. 2Roy Beaufoy

    Congratulations on a superb interview. We have linked your interview on our News Page to get you more coverage and listeners. When can we expect Pt 2?

  3. 3Brian Krupa

    A great interview looking forward to part 2


    Big fan of Eric Stewart. what a shame 10cc in the 1980s did not have the success in the charts they did in the 1980s

  5. 5Dave

    I meant in the 1970s. Doh!

  6. 6Paul Power

    I love to draw my film storyboards to Eric’s tunes. It makes for a very creative good vibes time at the drawing board, much to my clients surprise. This interview is a right corker!

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