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When You Find the Girl of Your Dreams in the Arms of Some Scotsmen from Hull
Solo

Released

27 March 1969

Recorded

14 January 1969

Genre

Rock

Length

59:56

Label

Rutle Corps

"When You Find the Girl of Your Dreams in the arms of some Scotsmen from Hull" is a solo album releaseed by Barry Wom. It is significant for being the first Rutle solo album to reach #1 in the charts.

OriginsEdit

The title of the record along with the first song were inspired by the true events of Barry's wedding, when he accidentally married the wrong woman, and found the right one in the arms of some Scots from Hull.

Track listingEdit

  1. "Back-up Blues"
  2. "Rut Don't Rut Song"
  3. "Fastest Growing Headache in the North"
  4. "When You Find the Girl of Your Dreams in the Arms of Some Scotsmen from Hull (Without Her)"
  5. "Woman I dislike"
  6. "I'd Be Talking All The Lime"
  7. "$50 Lawsuit"
  8. "Wine, Women and Lord Happy Songs"
  9. "I World Have You Any Mother Way"
  10. "Rutter's Lounge"
  11. "Wasting"
  12. "Violent Homecoming"
  13. "Boochy Boochy
  14. "Denver Jam

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