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Songwriter – N. Sedaka, P. Cody
2Spics And Specks
Songwriter – B. Gibb


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
102256The Searchers Spics And Specks ‎(7", Single)RCA Victor102256Australia1973
RCA 2330The Searchers Spics And Specks ‎(7", Single, Promo)RCARCA 2330UK1973
74-16 285, 74 16285The Searchers Spicks And Specks ‎(7", Single)RCA Victor, RCA Victor74-16 285, 74 16285Germany1973
RCA 2330The Searchers Spics And Specks ‎(7", Single, Sol)RCA VictorRCA 2330UK1973
74-16 285The Searchers Spicks And Specks ‎(7", Single, Promo)RCA Victor74-16 285Germany1973


  • Arranged By [Strings]Fi Trench
  • ProducerThe Searchers


  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A, stamped): CGBS 1204 1E ⋀
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side B, stamped): CGBS 1203 1E ⋀


  • Published By – T. M. Music Ltd.
  • Published By – ATV Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – RCA Ltd.
  • Manufactured By – RCA Ltd.
  • Pressed By – CBS Pressing Plant, Aston Clinton


Spicks and Specks is a song by the Bee Gees, written by Barry Gibb. When the song was released in September 1966, the single reached No. 4 on the Go-Set Australian National Top 40 No. 1 on other Australian charts, and when the song was released in other countries in February 1967, it reached No. 28 in Germany, No. 2 in the Netherlands and No. 1 in New Zealand. The Searchers covered the song on their album Second Take in 1972. The Puhdys song Wenn ein Mensch lebt is based on this song it was recorded for the 1973 East German film The Legend of Paul and Paula, for which it would have been impossible at the time to secure the rights to the Bee Gees' song. Spicks and Specks is the second studio album by the Bee Gees. It was released in November 1966, on Spin. Primarily written by Barry Gibb, the album features the first Robin Gibb composition I Don't Know Why I Bother With Myself and a Maurice Gibb composition Where Are You. Unlike the previous album The Bee Gees Sing and Play 14 Barry Gibb Songs, which had only contained three songs that had not previously appeared on singles and thus functioned more as a compilation, Spicks and Specks can in a. Spicks and Specks, Solitaire 1973. Album by The Searchers. Spicks and Specks. is a cover of. Spicks and Specks by Bee Gees 1966. Listen to Spicks And Specks from The Searchers's Hearts In Their Eyes for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. Hearts In Their Eyes. The Searchers. This song is by The Searchers and appears on the album Second Take 1972. Where is the sunThat shone on my headThe sun in my lifeIt is dead, it is dead. Where is the lightThat would stay in my streetAnd where are the friendsI could meet, I could meet. Where are the girlsI left far behindThe spicks and the specksOf the girls on my mind. Upcoming concerts. Saints and Searchers - The Searchers. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. The album compilation pre-dates the song Spicks and Specks, which seems to date from early July. Monday's Rain album. This proposed album would have followed the single Monday's Rain. Monday's Rain album was used as the basis of the Spicks and Specks album after Spicks and Specks was released and became a national hit record late in that year. Side 1 of two albums was exactly the same but in the Spicks and Specks album, All of My Life was omitted, and early copies of Spicks and Specks had labels side 1 with the Monday's Rain title, indicating that Festival, thrifty to a fault, had been saying the printed labels and probably the LP stampers as well. This track written by The Bee Gees very early on in their career wwas released as the B side of Solitaire, The Searchers final single on RCA label in the


The Searchers - Spics And Specks FLAC
The Searchers
Spics And Specks
FLAC size:
2106 mb
MP3 size:
2032 mb
WMA size:
2482 mb
Feb 1973
RCA Victor
Catalog №:
RCA 2330
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