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Gilbert O'Sullivan - Back To Front Album

Gilbert O'Sullivan - Back To Front Album

Performer: Gilbert O'Sullivan
Title: Back To Front
Released: 1972
Cat#: MAM-SS 502, MAM-SS.502
Country: UK
Label: MAM
Size MP3 version: 1756 mb
Size FLAC version: 1186 mb
Size WMA version: 1177 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 116
Genre: Pop

Gilbert O'Sullivan - Back To Front Album


1Can I Go With You
2What Could Be Nicer (Mum The Kettle's Boiling)
3That's Love
4I'm Leaving / Outro
5But I'm Not / Outtro
6Out Of The Question
7Intro / I Hope You'll Stay
8In My Hole
9Who Was It
11The Golden Rule
12I'm In Love With You


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MAM-5Gilbert O'Sullivan Back To Front ‎(LP, Album, Club, CRC)MAMMAM-5US1972
MAM-SS.503, MAM-SS 503Gilbert O'Sullivan Back To Front ‎(LP, Album)MAM, MAMMAM-SS.503, MAM-SS 503UK1972
P-MAM.SS 503Gilbert O'Sullivan Back To Front ‎(LP, Album)MAMP-MAM.SS 503PortugalUnknown
MAM L 75Gilbert O'Sullivan Back To Front ‎(8-Trk, Album, Quad)MAMMAM L 75US1972
PLP 54Gilbert O'Sullivan Back To Front ‎(LP, Album)Platinum PLP 54GermanyUnknown


  • Arranged ByFrank Barber, Johnnie Spence
  • EngineerPeter Rynston
  • Mastered ByW
  • ProducerGordon Mills


Recorded At Audio International Studios, London.
Issued with a lyric Insert and foldout poster
Britco, GEMA
Made in England
Slightly different label images, than the other UK edition


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): †XZAL.11745P†
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): †XZAL.11746P†
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout stamped): XZAL-11745.P-1W
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout stamped): XZAL-11746.P-2W


  • Mastered At – Decca Studios
  • Pressed By – Decca Record Co. Ltd., Pressing Plant, UK.


Back to Front is the second studio album by Irish singer-songwriter Gilbert O'Sullivan, released in October 1972 by MAM Records. The album follows the success of his 1971 debut album Himself and singles such as Alone Again Naturally. Coinciding with the album, O'Sullivan abandoned his distinctive dress sense, which included a short cap and trousers, and instead presented himself as a more masculine, hairy-chested singer with a perm. Gilbert O'Sullivan. Back To Front. UnionSquareMusic, WMG от лица компании Salvo EMI Music Publishing. Gilbert O'Sullivan - Back To Front 1972. To favorites 3 Download album. Listen album. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. A sudden switch in image accompanied Gilbert O'Sullivan's second album, 1972's Back to Front and its simultaneously released separate single Alone Again Naturally. Gone was the mischievous little scamp sporting a jaunty cap and hand-me-down tweeds, in was a slick, hairy-chested lothario and along with this visual makeover came an aural overhaul, with O'Sullivan's sprightly show tune-inspired pop sounding slicker than before. Listen free to Gilbert O'Sullivan Back To Front Intro, I Hope You'll Stay, In My Hole and more. 12 tracks 34:46. Gilbert OSullivan. Released 1972. Back to Front Tracklist. Intro, I Hope Youll Stay Lyrics. Back to Front Q&A. Words And Music Gilbert OSullivan. Album 1972 13 Songs. Back to Front. Rock 1972. to Front is the second studio album by singersongwriter Gilbert O'Sullivan from 1972. Union Square Music re-released it on February 21, 2012 on Salvo label in part of the Gilbert O'Sullivan - A Singer & His Songs collection. 1 Track listing. Back To Front LP, Album. Platinum 2. PLP 54. Vendi questa versione. Gilbert O'Sullivan - Can I Go With You 2:49. Gilbert O'Sullivan - But I'm Not, Outro 2:37. Gilbert O'Sullivan - I'm In Love With You 4:28. Gilbert O'Sullivan - Who Was It 2:33. Gilbert O'Sullivan - What Could Be Nicer Mum The Kettle's Boiling 3:09. This item:Back to Front by Gilbert O'Sullivan Audio CD . Only 4 left in stock more on the way. Ships from and sold by . Himself by Gilbert O'Sullivan Audio CD . Only 8 left in stock more on the way. This album also reminds me of what John Lennon could have done if he had stayed focused more on his music instead of dropping out in the early 1970's