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This song is by The Flying Machine and appears on the compilation album Down To Earth With The Flying Machine: The Complete Recordings (2000). Listen to what I have to sayBefore you change your mindCome along and I'll show you nowAll that you will find. Let me take you up awayAway from realityPut away your thoughts and flyFly away with me. Get away from the cityIt's a shameIt's a pityThat the worldCan't get up and get away.
Down to Earth with the Flying Machine.
Album: Down To Earth With The Flying Machine (1969). Charted: 5. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Reg from Kemptville, On, -That's an interesting connection. As soon as I saw the words "The Flying Machine" I thought of the movie "Shallow Hal" featuring "Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)". I didn't even know the connection with Edison Lighthouse. Emilio Castillo from Tower of PowerSongwriter Interviews. Emilio talks about what it's like to write and perform with the Tower of Power horns, and why every struggling band should have a friend like Huey Lewis. Steven Tyler of AerosmithSongwriter Interviews.
The Flying Machine was a British pop band who are best known for their 1969 American No. 5 hit, "Smile a Little Smile for Me". The Flying Machine first rose out of the ashes of British band Pinkerton's Assorted Colours. Pinkerton's (as they were often known, for short) had scored a major UK hit with "Mirror Mirror" in 1966 and continued recording over the next few years.
The Flying Machine first rose out of the ashes of British band Pinkerton's Assorted Colours. Sam Kempe (born 1946, Rugby) – vocals (had apparently left the band by the time their first album was released, as he is not featured on the cover). Stuart Colman (born Ian Stuart Colman, 19 December 1944, Harrogate, Yorkshire; died 19 April 2018) – bass, electric piano. Paul Wilkinson (born 1948, Coventry) – drums. 1970: Down To Earth With The Flying Machine (Pye). Colours to The Flying Machine (Double CD compilation album on Sequel Records).
James Taylor and the Original Flying Machine is an archival release of 1966 recordings of American singer-songwriter James Taylor's band The Flying Machine, first released in February 1971. The songs on the album were recorded with Taylor's band The Flying Machine in a late 1966 three-hour session in New York City's Select Sound Studios. They were produced by Chip Taylor, who had been involved in some recent pop hits, and Al Gorgoni, who also added harpsichord to the band's sound
|A1||Smile A Little Smile For Me|
|A2||Baby Make It Soon|
|A3||Broken Hearted Me, Evil Hearted You|
|A4||A Thing Called Love|
|A5||My Baby's Coming Home|
|A6||Memories Of Melinda|
|B1||Marie Take A Chance|
|B2||Waiting On The Shores Of Nowhere|
|B3||Maybe We've Been Loving Too Long|
|B4||There She Goes|
|B5||The Same Old Feeling|
|B6||Send My Baby Home Again|
|NSPL 18328||The Flying Machine||Down To Earth With The Flying Machine (LP, Album)||PYE Records||NSPL 18328||UK||1970|
|LDVS 17179||The Flying Machine||Down To Earth With The Flying Machine (LP, Album)||Pye Records, Vogue Schallplatten||LDVS 17179||Germany||1970|
|YS-2325-Y||The Flying Machine||Down To Earth With The Flying Machine (LP, Album)||Pye Records||YS-2325-Y||Japan||1970|
|AIRAC-1367||The Flying Machine||Down To Earth With The Flying Machine (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)||Air Mail Archive||AIRAC-1367||Japan||2007|
|NSPL 18328||The Flying Machine||Down To Earth With The Flying Machine (LP, Album)||Pye Records||NSPL 18328||New Zealand||1970|