Frettening Behaviour" is the fourth studio album by Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes. It brings together some fine and diverse material and features five songs penned by members of the band.
The album opens with the Green Day classic "Good Riddance" and is followed by Paul Kennerly's retro rocker "Spellbound" Then comes "No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile" a cover of the Everly Brothers' single from the 60.s. These are followed by "Oh Marie" penned by band members Gavin Povey and Brian Hodgson and "The King Of Broken Hearts" which features Peter Baron on lead vocal. Peter takes the lead vocal slot again on the Brian Hodgson / Ray Peters' songs "Showdown" and "You Know You Just Might". Gavin Povey is the featured vocalist on his own compositions "Big Town Girl" , When Elvis Broke The News" and "Looks Like Love"
Albert is the lead vocalist on all the other tracks, which include the evergreen "My Window Faces The South", Rodney Crowell's beautiful ballad "A Song For The Life", Richie Havens' "Dreaming As One" and Glen Campbell's poignant "A Better Place"
The cover artwork will be recognisable to many as that of Klaus Voormann, known of course for The Beatles' "Revolver" and "Anthology" album covers.
|Albert Lee||Guitars piano vocals|
|Gerry Hogan||Pedal Steel guitar acoustic guitar|
|Gavin Povey||Keyboards vocals|
|Brian Hodgson||Bass vocals|
|Peter Baron||Drums vocals|
|Pete Lincoln||Acoustic guitar vocals|
|1||Good Riddance (The Time Of Your Life)|
|3||No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile|
|5||The King Of Broken Hearts|
|6||Big Town Girl|
|7||My Window Faces The South|
|8||Song For The Life|
|10||When Elvis Broke The News|
|11||Dreaming As One|
|12||You Know You Just Might|
|13||Looks Like Love|
|14||A Better Place|