9 Replies to “ Too Much Talking - Sweet* - Waters Edge (CD, Album) ”

  1. Sweet's the "Waters Edge" came out in the fall of , and nobody noticed except for a few diehard Sweet fans. This album is really a fun record, songs like "Hot Shot Gambler", "Too Much Talking", I think they beat E.L.O. to the punch on this ditty, (and i'm a big E.L.O. fan.) "Tell the Truth" and the title track/5(18).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Waters Edge on Discogs.4/5(4).
  3. By the time of 's Waters Edge, the Sweet had lost pretty much all of their fan base and had cast aside the experimental edge of their previous record, going back to a more straightforward approach that played to their strength, namely, bashing out memorable pop tunes. They didn't sound much like the Sweet of old, but tracks like "Sixties Man," "At Midnight," "Getting in the Mood for Love 7/
  4. Too Much Talking Written-By – Ray McRiner: B1: Thank You For Loving Me Written-By – Andy Scott (2), Gary Moberly* B2: At Midnight Written-By – Andy Scott (2) B3: Waters Edge Written-By – Andy Scott (2), Mick Tucker, Steve Priest: B4: Hot Shot Gambler Written-By – Steve Priest: B5: Give The Lady Some /5(7).
  5. Waters Edge Studio Album by Sweet released in Buy full album. High Quality Kb. Browse similar in: Rock albums Glam Rock albums Hard Rock albums Pop albums Power Pop albums Pop/Rock albums. Waters Edge's tracklist: Sixties Man. Low Quality Own Up. Low Quality Kb Low Quality Kb. Buy HQ Kb $ Too Much Talking. Low Quality.
  6. Album. Waters Edge Sweet. Released Waters Edge Tracklist. 1. Sixties Man Lyrics. 2. Too Much Talking Lyrics. 6. Thank You For Loving Me Lyrics. 7. At Midnight.
  7. Water’s Edge was an attempt to respond to the situation, by swinging back to a more commercial sound. It’s not Poppa Joe, but seems to be the most out and out commercial album that the band had produced for .

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