Albert Hammond

Albert Hammond OBE (born 18 May 1944) is a British-Gibraltarian singer, songwriter and music producer. He wrote such songs as Little Arrows for Leapy Lee (1969), Freedom Come, Freedom Go" for The Fortunes (1971) and many more. "The Air That I Breathe was a Hit for the Hollies in (1974)

Associated act "The Family Dogg" (1965) were; Albert Hammond and Steve Rowland, Mike Hazelwood, Sue Avery & Zooie, best known for their harmony vocals. Their most famous song 'A way of life' scored a number 6 hit in the UK Singles Chart in 1969.

 

Click Here For The Air That I Breathe Click Here For  Down By The River
Click Here For Dream Click Here For The Free Electric Band
Click Here For The Girl They Call The Cool Breeze Click Here For Half A Million Miles From Home
Click Here For I'm A Train Click Here For It Never Rains In Southern California
Click Here For Moonlight Lady Click Here For Rebecca
Click Here For To All The Girls I've Loved Before Click Here For When I Need You

The Family Dogg

Click Here For A Way Of Life Click Here For Brown Eyed Girl
Click Here For The Storm Click Here For Sympathy

 

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