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Scott 2


Download links and information about Scott 2 by Stephen Walker. This album was released in 1968 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 43:16 minutes.

Artist: Stephen Walker
Release date: 1968
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 43:16
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No. Title Length
1. Jackie 3:20
2. Best of Both Worlds 3:12
3. Black Sheep Boy 2:36
4. The Amorous Humphrey Plugg 4:28
5. Next 2:48
6. The Girls From the Streets 4:09
7. Plastic Palace People 6:04
8. Wait Until Dark 2:57
9. The Girls and the Dogs 3:08
10. Windows of the World 4:22
11. The Bridge 2:47
12. Come Next Spring 3:25



Although Walker's second album was his biggest commercial success, actually reaching number one in Britain, it was not his greatest artistic triumph. His taste remains eclectic, encompassing Bacharach/David, Tim Hardin, and of course his main man Jacques Brel (who is covered three times on this album). And his own songwriting efforts hold their own in this esteemed company. "The Girls From the Streets" and "Plastic Palace People" show an uncommonly ambitious lyricist cloaked behind the over-the-top, schmaltzy orchestral arrangements, one more interested in examining the seamy underside of glamour and romance than celebrating its glitter. The Brel tune "Next" must have lifted a few teenage mums' eyebrows with its not-so-hidden hints of homosexuality and abuse. Another Brel tune, "The Girl and the Dogs," is less controversial, but hardly less nasty in its jaded view of romance. Some of the material is not nearly as memorable, however, and the over the top show ballad production can get overbearing. The album included his first Top 20 U.K. hit, "Jackie."