One More Mountain To Climb Lyrics. Hey, Lord Won't trouble never end? Tell me Are you still my friend? I got such a heavy load When will I reach that glory road? One more mountain to climb One more river to cross I come such a long, long way and still I gotta long way to go Weary all of the time I've been tumbled and tossed There's always one more mountain to climb One more river to cross
Music - Emergence (Neil Sedaka album) - Craig Scott (singer) - Neil Sedaka - Howard Greenfield - RPM (magazine) - Doug Riley - Official New Zealand Music Chart - Skylark (Canadian band) - David Soul - Pop rock - GRT Records - David Soul (album) - Oh What a Feeling: A Vital Collection of Canadian Music - Terry Black. Neil Sedaka released a version of the song on his 1971 album, Emergence. 1) "One More Mountain to Climb". Neil Sedaka One More Mountain to Climb (Neil Sedaka song) Steppin' Out (Neil Sedaka album) Oh Carol (1970 album) Solitaire (Neil Sedaka album). Craig Scott (singer). Craig Scott released a version of the song as a single in 1971 that reached in New Zealand. One More Mountain to Climb". One More Mountain to Climb (Neil Sedaka song) New Zealand Dunedin Cover version Neil Sedaka.
One More Mountain To Climb"/"This Love Of Mine" was released on 6th December and climbed easily up the charts during the Christmas of 1971 reaching number 14. By now Craig had well and truly established himself as New Zealand's number one pop singer. This song was included on Craig's third album released early in 1972 called "Hold The Sun Back". In 1975 Axis released an album in their Portrait Series called "A Portrait Of Craig Scott". and it contained mainly album tracks and included the B-side of the single he did with Revival, "Rudi's In Love". In 1999 EMI produced a CD called "The Very Best Of Craig Scott" and this contained all of his singles along with a few B-sides. It is a pity they couldn't have done a bit of quality checking and put the picture on the cover around the right way. Craig wasn't left-handed and didn't play an "AHAMAY" guitar.
B1. One More Mountain To Climb. B2. (Love You And Me) We Could Never Be Friends.
Craig Scott is a New Zealand pop singer who had several commercially successful singles in the 1970s. Scott is a former bank clerk from Dunedin who started his music career in the late 1960s, singing with the local Dunedin band Klap. In 1968 Scott joined the band The Fantasy which shortly thereafter moved from Dunedin to Christchurch. For some time Craig Scott and The Fantasy were the resident group at "The Scene" dance hall/nightclub at 224 Tuam St Christchurch.
Album: Laughter in the Rain: The Best of Neil Sedaka, 1974-1980. Hey Lord, won't trouble never end, tell me, are you still my friend. I got such a heavy load, when will I reach that glory road. One more mountain to climb, one more river to cross, I come such a long long way and still, I got a long way to go. Weary all of the time, I've been tumbled and tossed, there's always one more mountain to climb and one more river to cross
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Craig Scott Entertainment was also very organized in the communications and preparations leading up to the wedding. For our wedding we went to Craig Scott Entertainment and booked the live band Phase One. Our guests can not stop talking about how impressed they were with the band’s performance at our wedding Band leader of Phase One, Rich, met with us during our first consultation at Craig Scott Entertainment and discussed various . .
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label A, Etched A): 7XAN.925
- Matrix / Runout (Label B, Etched B): 7XAN.926