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10cc - I'm Mandy Fly Me album flac Performer: 10cc
Title: I'm Mandy Fly Me
Style: Pop Rock
Released: 1976
Country: Germany
MP3 album: 1790 mb
FLAC album: 1697 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: ASF VOX MP4 DXD AA AUD DMF
Genre: Rock

Album: How Dare You (1975). Charted: 6 60. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Now her name wasn't Mandy actually, it was something like, er, oh gosh knows, "I'm Cindy", a very American name. I'm Cindy, fly me" which was a quite sexual connotation as well, but I remember seeing in Manchester this beautiful poster and just below it was this tramp, I mean a serious tramp, quite a raggedy guy, looking up at this girl, and I thought God, do you know, there's a song there. Look at that guy looking up at Cindy-fly-me and I know he's never gonna get on an aeroplane, I don't think, except in his dreams

Album How Dare You! I’m Mandy, Fly Me Lyrics. Just like a rollin' stone I'm outside lookin' in But if your chance came would you take it? Where on earth do I begin? I'm Mandy, fly me. I've often heard her jingle It's never struck a chord With a smile as bright as sunshine She called me through the poster And welcomed me aboard. She led me she fed me She read me like a book But I'm hiding in the small print Won't you take another look? And take me away Try me, Mandy, fly me away.

How Dare You! is the fourth album by British band 10cc. Released in 1976, it included UK hit singles "I'm Mandy Fly Me" and "Art for Art's Sake". The album was the band's third to have cover artwork by the Hipgnosis creative team. It was also the last 10cc album by the original line-up of Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman, Kevin Godley and Lol Creme (for the latter two departed shortly thereafter to form Godley & Creme), until the four reformed (albeit briefly) for the 1992 album.

The band’s first album 10cc was released in 1973. For the next four years the four members of the band Kevin Godley Lol Creme, Graham Gouldman, and Eric Stewart, released three more albums until the group split up in 1976. Graham Gouldman, and Eric Stewart continued on as 10cc releasing several more albums. 10 – I’m Mandy Fly Me. Opening up our Top Ten 10cc songs list is the dynamic and entertaining track I’m Mandy Fly Me. This great song was released on the How Dare You album in 1976. This was the most highly anticipated record of the band’s career because it was the follow-up to their most successful album up to that point The Original Soundtrack. The The Original Soundtrack. album featured their smash single I’m Not In Love. The 10cc song Rubber Bullets, was released on the band’s first album 10cc in 1973. That album spawned five singles.

Now her name wasn't Mandy actually, it was something like, er, oh gosh knows, "I'm Cindy", a very American name. Life's Ambrosia 1:00 · 378,295 Views.

10cc were one of the very best bands of our time. This track alone is proof enough

Tracklist Hide Credits

A I'm Mandy Fly Me
Written-By – E. Stewart*, G. Gouldman*, K. Godley*
4:37
B How Dare You
Written-By – K. Godley*, L. Creme*
3:19

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Companhia Brasileira De Discos Phonogram

Credits

  • Mastered By – MELYS
  • Producer – 10cc

Notes

33RPM Brazilian version
℗1976
Indústria Brasileira

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Etched): 200 6008019 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Etched): 200 6008019 B1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
6008 019 10cc I'm Mandy Fly Me ‎(7", Single) Mercury 6008 019 Germany 1976
6008 019 10cc I'm Mandy Fly Me ‎(7", Single) Mercury 6008 019 Denmark 1976
6008-019 10cc I'm Mandy Fly Me ‎(7", Single, Promo) Philips 6008-019 Canada 1976
73779 10cc I'm Mandy Fly Me ‎(7", Promo) Mercury 73779 US 1976
6008 019 10cc I'm Mandy Fly Me ‎(7", Single) Mercury 6008 019 Ireland 1976