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Fanny - 1972 - Fanny Hill


Fanny was an American girl band, led by June Millington. They were pioneers as one of the first rock bands to feature all women, and the second to sign to a major record label, after Goldie & the Gingerbreads. They reached the Top 40 twice, with "Charity Ball" in 1971 and "Butter Boy" in 1975, peaking at #40 and #29 respectively in the Billboard Hot 100. Fanny was formed by guitarist Millington, her bass guitarist sister Jean Millington, drummer Alice de Buhr, and keyboard player Nickey Barclay. Patti Quatro later joined Fanny, one of the earliest all-female rock bands to gain national attention."Fanny Hill” was the anticipated follow up to 1971's "Charity Ball” release.  Recorded at Apple Studios, London, England in late 1971, the album features producer Richard Perry’s best work, even though Fanny was not thrilled with some of his additions (like brass and strings to some of the songs).

01 - Ain`t That Peculiar
02 - Knock On My Door
03 - Blind Alley
04 - You`ve Got A Home
05 - Wonderful Feeling
06 - Borrowed Time
07 - Hey Bulldog
08 - Think About The Children
09 - Rock Bottom Blues
10 - Sound And The Fury
11 - The First Time

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