Top Barbara Dickson Albums
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B4 Seventy-Four: The Folkclub Tapes
B4 Seventy-Four: The Folkclub Tapes
[2020]
In Good Company
In Good Company
[2017]
Five Songs - EP
Five Songs - EP
[2017]
Through the Recent Years (feat. Archie Fisher)
Through the Recent Years (feat. Archie Fisher)
[2016]
Barbara Dickson in Blood Brothers
Barbara Dickson in Blood Brothers
[2016]
Spend, Spend, Spend (Original London Cast)
Spend, Spend, Spend (Original London Cast)
[2016]
Winter
Winter
[2015]
To Each & Everyone
To Each & Everyone
[2013]
B4 Seventy-Four - The Folkclub Tapes
B4 Seventy-Four - The Folkclub Tapes
[2013]
The Essential Barbara Dickson
The Essential Barbara Dickson
[2011]
Words Unspoken
Words Unspoken
[2011]
Time & Tide
Time & Tide
[2008]
Nothing's Gonna Change My World: The Songs of Lennon, McCartney and Harrison
Nothing's Gonna Change My World: The Songs of Lennon, McCartney and Harrison
[2006]
Nothing's Gonna Change My World
Nothing's Gonna Change My World
[2006]
Full Circle
Full Circle
[2004]
Heartsongs
Heartsongs
[2002]
The 7 Ages of Woman
The 7 Ages of Woman
[1998]
Dark End of the Street
Dark End of the Street
[1995]
Parcel of Rogues
Parcel of Rogues
[1994]
Don't Think Twice It's All Right
Don't Think Twice It's All Right
[1992]
Coming Alive Again
Coming Alive Again
[1989]
After Dark (Live)
After Dark (Live)
[1987]
The Collection
The Collection
[1987]
The Right Moment (1992 Version Art Track)
The Right Moment (1992 Version Art Track)
[1986]
Memory
Memory
[1985]
The Barbara Dickson Album
The Barbara Dickson Album
[1980]
Duets & Collaborations (1)
Related Information for Barbara Dickson
Barbara Dickson is a Scottish singer, best known for her stage and concert performances.Dickson was born in Dunfermline. Her singing career started in folk clubs around her native Fife in the sixties, exposing her to a rich combination of traditional and contemporary music. In the early seventies, she sang at a Liverpool folk club run by a young student teacher called Willy Russell. He showed Barbara the first draft of what would later become the award winning musical, ‘John, Paul, George, Ringo….and Bert’ and asked her to perform the music. The combination of fine writing, a superb cast of young unknowns, (including Antony Sher, Bernard Hill and Trevor Eve), and Barbara’s idiosyncratic interpretation of Beatles songs made the show h... read more