- Audio CD (5 July 1993)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Pro TV
- ASIN: B000007YSD
- Other Editions: Audio CD
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 130,345 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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When I first saw him singing "Roxy Roxy" I thought "WOW!!! What a great song" and could not believe that it wasn't a hit.Just hearing that one track made me want the album.I was not disapointed-a very good mix of country/rock/bluesy songs.I don't think the media wanted to plug it.It is still one of my favourite albums to date.
It was a shame he died before he could do more-well missed;RIP Adam
Great stuff like doxy-doxy or body to body.
6 stars for Adam!
The album sold 60,000 copies so whilst it wasn't a giant of the era, it sold respectably well.
Midnight Postcards sees Adam back writing with Dave Courtney, the man who discovered Leo Sayer and co-penned his early hits, including 'One Man Band','The Show Must Go On' and Daltrey's classic 'Giving It All Away'. The result is some potent and brilliant song writing which is why this album is so very good.
There are also a couple of wonderful cover versions, including a glorious collaboration with Roger Daltrey.
A fitting finale for Adam's amazing career.
the career of adam faith was doomed from the first single.Instead of releasing a half good tune as a debut he released "what do you want" every half serious rock and roll record buyer laughed!
It was up to the ficke pop audience to buy his records and after "lonely pup in the christmas shop" he didnt reach the top ten again until the hlf decent rock tune "the first time" this album picks up where that left off with some really good r and b tunes and some country rock tunes buy this album ts great fun in the car!
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Has become one of my favourite cd's really enjoyable musicPublished 14 months ago by Mrs. C. D. Rasey