Three Week Hero

Three Week Hero is a 1969 studio album released by American-born rock singer P. J. Proby. The album was recorded in September 1968, at Olympic Studios, Barnes, London and Lansdowne Studios, Holland Park, London, England, UK, and released on 8 April 1969, by Liberty Records.

Three Week Hero front cover

Track list

          Side one

  1. 'Three Week Hero' (John Stewart) - 2.56
  2. 'The Day That Lorraine Came Down' (Kenny Young) - 3.14
  3. 'Little Friend' (Robin Gair, Peter Mason) - 4.01
  4. 'Empty Bottles' (Albert Hammond, Mike Hazlewood) - 2.53
  5. 'Reflections (of Your Face)' (Amory Kane) - 5.14
  6. 'Won't Be Long' (J. Leslie McFarland) - 3.41

          Side two

  1. 'Sugar Mama' (Woodley, Young) - 2.50
  2. 'I Have a Dream' (Terry Hansley, Alec Wilder) - 4.45
  3. 'It's Too Good to Last' (Baker, Stephens) - 3.14
  4. 'New Directions' (Albert Hammond, Mike Hazlewood) - 3.46
  5. 'Today I Killed a Man' (Roger Cooke, Roger Greenway) - 3.24
  6. Medley: 'It's So Hard to Be a Niggɵr' / 'Jim's Blues' / 'George Wallace is Rollin' in This Morninˈ' (Traditional, Hillery, Rowland) - 7.38

Credits

Musicians:

  • P. J. Proby - vocals
  • Jimmy Page – acoustic, electric, and pedal steel guitar
  • Robert Plant – harmonica, tambourine, backing vocals
  • John Paul Jones – bass guitar, piano, organ, arranger
  • John Bonham - drums, conga, percussion
  • Amory Kane - acoustic guitar, strings
  • Alan Parker - electric guitar
  • Alan Hawkshaw - piano, organ
  • Clem Cattini - drums
  • Stan Barrett - percussion
  • Dennis Lopez - percussion
  • The Jericho (The Family Dogg with Bob Henry) - backing vocals ('Won't Be Long' and 'I Have a Dream')

Production:

  • Steve Rowland – producer, arranger ('It's So Hard ...' medley)
  • Reg Tilsley - arranger ('Reflections (of Your Face)')
  • Mike Weighell - engineer (Lansdowne studio)
  • John Macswith - engineer (Lansdowne studio)
  • Spencer Leigh - liner notes
  • Gustav Karl Moody - art direction, cover design
  • Anthony Lloyd Parker - photography
  • Steve Thomas - art direction

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