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Ross Ryan - Smiling For The Camera (1977). Ross Edwin Ryan (born 13 December 1950, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas) is an Australian singer-songwriter and producer.

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Its parent album, My Name Means Horse, appeared in April 1974, which reached No. 3 on the related Go-Set Top 20 Australian Albums. Ryan's other Top 40 singles are "I Don't Want to Know About It" (July 1973) and "Blue Chevrolet Ballerina" (June 1975) Albums Home Movies (October 1971) A Poem You Can Keep (May 1973) My Name Means Horse (February 1974) AUS Go-Set: No. 3,KMR No. 3 After the Applause (August 1975) Smiling for the Camera (April 1977).

George Ryan Ross III (born August 30, 1986) is an American musician, singer, and songwriter best known for his work as the lead guitarist and primary songwriter of the band Panic! at the Disco before his departure in 2009. Ross and former Panic! bassist Jon Walker formed The Young Veins the same year, in which Ross is the lead vocalist. They broke up in 2010.

In October 2003 Ross Ryan issued a new studio album, One Person Queue. Keith Glass of Captial News felt the album was "finely manicured and honed work with an astounding variety of styles and sounds". In addition to his own solo shows across Australia, Ryan supported Carole King during her Australian tour, and was a member of Idol and Idle with Australian Idol judge Mark Holden. Another compilation album appeared in 2008, The Difficult Third Compilation, distributed by Aztec Music, it includes new tracks. Ross is generally acknowledged as one of the greatest Australian artists ever, and continues to influence a new generation of up-and-coming musicians. After the Applause (August 1975). Smiling for the Camera (April 1977). I Thought This Might Happen 1973 - 77 (December 1977).

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Ross Ryan - Smiling For The Camera (1977). Ross Edwin Ryan (born 13 December 1950, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas) is an Australian singer-songwriter and. The first album for EMI was "A Poem You Can Keep", Produced by Peter Dawkins and arranged by Peter Martin, it spawned the hit "I Don't Want To Know About.

His mother Amy Cregg, 24, said of her scan: 'My partner Leighton and I were absolutely shocked - even the people who did my scan were amazed. But that was just the beginning. After he was born, he was always smiling - even in his sleep.

Ryan Ross is an American singer, songwriter and musician. Check out this biography to know about his childhood, family life, achievements and other facts about his life. Although Ross left the band a year after the release of the album, he wrote one of the songs for the band's next album 'Vices & Virtues'. Later he joined 'The Young Veins,' a California based rock band. The band's debut studio album 'Take a Vacation!' was released in June 2010. However, a lot of similarities were noted between this album and Ross's previous one 'Pretty. Od. Soon after, Ross felt that the band was losing its popularity and significance, and thus he decided to leave the band for good.

Tracklist

A1 Who Am I?
A2 Not Going Nowhere
A3 To Be Alone With You
A4 Dancing
A5 Happy Birthday To Me
B1 Anthem
B2 Where Are You Now?
B3 The Last Time I Called
B4 The House I Used To Live In
B5 The Ballad Of Liberty Drive

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – EMI (Australia) Limited
  • Distributed By – EMI (Australia) Limited
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI (Australia) Limited
  • Copyright (c) – EMI (Australia) Limited
  • Recorded At – EMI Studios 301

Credits

  • Acoustic Guitar – Ross Ryan (tracks: A2, A4, B2, B3, B4, B5)
  • Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin – Rick Formosa (tracks: B3)
  • Alto Saxophone – Jeff Oakes (tracks: A5)
  • Backing Vocals – Barry Leef (tracks: A4), Bernadine Morgan (tracks: A1, B4), Chuck McKinney (tracks: A5), Denni Gordon (tracks: A5), Eric McCusker (tracks: A5), Janice Slater (tracks: A5), Mark Holden (tracks: A1, B4), Mickey Leyton (tracks: A4), Neil Waterman (tracks: A1, A5, B4), Rick Formosa (tracks: B4), Robert Ellis (tracks: A5), Sonny Egan (tracks: A4, A5, B4), Starlee Ford (tracks: A1, B4), Terry Kaff (tracks: A4)
  • Backing Vocals [Vocal Assistance] – Anne Kirkpatrick (tracks: A2), Mark Holden (tracks: B1), Sonny Egan Singers (tracks: A2)
  • Bass – Les Young (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B1, B2, B4), Samuel McFerren (tracks: A5)
  • Clavinet – Adrian Scott (tracks: B4)
  • Conductor [Strings] – Riccardo Formosa (tracks: A3, B1, B5)
  • Double Bass – Michael Vidale (tracks: B3)
  • Drums – Jimmy Duke-Yonge (tracks: A1, A2, A4, A5, B1, B2, B4)
  • Electric Guitar – Rick Formosa (tracks: A2, A4, A5, B1)
  • Electric Piano – Adrian Scott (tracks: A2)
  • Engineer, Mastered By – Michael Vidale
  • Flute – Tony Buchanan (tracks: A2)
  • French Horn – Boof Thomsen* (tracks: B1)
  • Guitar, Organ, Wind Chimes – Rick Formosa (tracks: A1)
  • Handclaps – Grant Harris (tracks: B2), Mike Meade (tracks: B2), Rick* (tracks: A5, B2), Ross* (tracks: A5, B2)
  • Horns – Bob McIvor (tracks: A5), Herb Cannon (tracks: A5), Keith Dubber (tracks: A5), Keith Sterling (tracks: A5), Tony Buchanan (tracks: A5)
  • Leader [Section Leader] – John Lyle (tracks: A3, B1, B5)
  • Management – Doug Henderson
  • Mandolin – Terry Walker (tracks: B3)
  • Percussion – Ian Bloxsom (tracks: A4, B4)
  • Photography – Pat Jones & Associates
  • Piano – Peter Deakin (tracks: A5), Roger Frampton (tracks: A1, A3, A4, B1, B2, B4)
  • Piano Accordion – Enzo Toppano (tracks: B2, B3)
  • Producer, Arranged By – Rick Formosa
  • Tambourine – Ian Bloxsom (tracks: A1)
  • Tenor Saxophone – Tony Buchanan (tracks: A4, B1)
  • Wind Chimes – Ross Ryan (tracks: A1)
  • Written-By – Ross Ryan

Notes

Ross Ryan appears through Coathanger

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): EMI2571A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): EMI2571B


Ross Ryan - Smiling For The Camera FLAC album

Performer: Ross Ryan

Title: Smiling For The Camera

Date of release: 1977

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 1201 mb

Size FLAC: 1992 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

Votes: 145

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