Monday, July 19, 2021

Sweet - Funny How Sweet Co-Co Can Be (1971)

Sweet - Funny How Sweet Co-Co Can Be (1971)

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Side one

"Co-Co" – 3:14

"Chop Chop" – 3:00

"Reflections" (Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Edward Holland, Jr.) – 2:52

"Honeysuckle Love" (Brian Connolly, Steve Priest, Andy Scott, Mick Tucker) – 2:55

"Santa Monica Sunshine" – 3:20

"Daydream" (John Sebastian) – 3:13


Side two

"Funny Funny" – 2:46

"Tom Tom Turnaround" – 4:07

"Jeanie" (Connolly, Priest, Scott, Tucker) – 2:58

"Sunny Sleeps Late" – 2:58

"Spotlight" (Connolly, Priest, Scott, Tucker) – 2:47

"Done Me Wrong All Right" (Connolly, Priest, Scott, Tucker) – 2:57 (missing on some original editions - bonus track on all CD editions of the album)





Sweet Band Members / Musicians

Brian Connolly — lead vocals (except as noted)

Steve Priest — bass guitar (except 1, 7, 15, 16, 17), lead vocals (track 2), backing vocals

Andy Scott — guitars (except 1, 7, 15, 16, 17), lead vocals (track 13), backing vocals (except track 7)

Mick Tucker — drums (except 1, 7, 15, 16, 17), backing vocals

Frank Torpey — guitar (disc 2, tracks 1, 2)

Mick Stewart — guitar (disc 2, tracks 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)

John Roberts — bass (tracks 1, 7, 15, 16, 17)

Phil Wainman — drums, percussion (tracks 1, 7, 15, 16, 17), production

Pip Williams — guitar (tracks 1, 7, 15, 16, 17), arrangement (track 3)

Fiachra Trench - arrangements (tracks 2, 5, 6, 8)





Funny How Sweet Co-Co Can Be is the English glam rock band The Sweet's debut album, released in November 1971 on RCA Records in the UK. The album contained two singles which were hits in the UK: "Funny Funny" (No. 13 in March 1971) and "Co-Co" (No. 2 in June).[2] In the United States, only "Co-Co" dented the chart, reaching No. 99 in October.

The Sweet, sometimes also shortened to just Sweet, is a British glam rock band that rose to worldwide fame in the 1970s. Their best known line-up consisted of lead vocalist Brian Connolly, bass player Steve Priest, guitarist Andy Scott, and drummer Mick Tucker. The group was originally called The Sweetshop.


Sweet Band Members / Musicians

Brian Connolly – lead vocals, percussion (1968–1978; died 1997)

Steve Priest – bass, backing and lead vocals (1968–1981; died 2020)

Mick Tucker – drums, percussion, backing and lead vocals (1968–1981; died 2002)

Andy Scott – guitars, keyboards, synthesizers, backing and lead vocals (1970–1981)

Frank Torpey – guitars (1968–1969)

Mick Stewart – guitars (1969–1970)

Gary Moberley – keyboards, synthesizers (1978–1981)

Nico Ramsden – guitar (1978)

Ray McRiner – guitar (1979)

Andy Scott – guitars, keyboards, synthesizers, backing and lead vocals (1985–present)

Steve Mann – keyboards, guitars, backing vocals (1989-1996, 2019-present)

Bruce Bisland – drums, backing vocals (1992–present)

Paul Manzi – lead vocals (2019–present; substitute appearances in 2014 and 2015)

Lee Small – bass, backing vocals (2019–present)

Mick Tucker – drums, backing vocals (1985–1991; died 2002)

Paul Mario Day – lead vocals (1985–1989)

Mal McNulty – bass, lead and backing vocals (1985–1995)

Jeff Brown – bass, lead and backing vocals (1989–2003)

Bodo Schopf – drums, backing vocals (1991–1992)

Tony O’Hora – guitars, keyboards, bass, lead and backing vocals (2003–2005, 2006, 2011–2014, 2014–2019)

Peter Lincoln – bass, lead and backing vocals (2006–2019)




Sweet Discography Full
Funny How Sweet Co-Co Can Be (1971)
Sweet Fanny Adams (1974)
Desolation Boulevard (1974)
Give Us a Wink (1976)
Off the Record (1977)
Level Headed (1978)
Cut Above the Rest (1979)
Waters Edge (titled Sweet VI with a different cover in the U.S.) (1980)
Identity Crisis (1982)
Sweetlife (2002)
Isolation Boulevard (2020)

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