UK release date:
Aug 06, 1974

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Track list

Disc 1


I Survived

4:51 • Studio version


I Believe In Love

3:46 • Studio version



3:11 • Studio version


Foreign Lady

2:38 • Studio version



Written by Adam Faith, David Courtney

4:00 • Studio version

Paul McCartney :



3:12 • Studio version


Never Say Goodbye

Written by Adam Faith, David Courtney

4:04 • Studio version

Paul McCartney :



Written by Adam Faith, David Courtney

4:01 • Studio version

Paul McCartney :


In Your Life

2:38 • Studio version


Star Song

Written by Adam Faith, David Courtney

5:58 • Studio version

Paul McCartney :
Backgrounds vocals
Linda McCartney :
Backgrounds vocals


From MVD entertainement group:

ADAM FAITH was an English singer, actor, manager and financial analyst! Adam was one of the most successful pop performers of the 60’s with for example his first 7 singles all making Top 5 in the UK charts. Life after the Beatles in the UK meant that he devoted more of his energies and natural talent on acting and appeared in a number of films and TV shows such as Beat Girl, Never Let Go, No Hiding Place and in the 70’s the much loved TV series BUDGIE. In 1974 he released his “comeback” album “I Survive” which is considered by many to be one of the great unsung records of the 70’s. Co produced by friend, writer and business associate DAVID COURTNEY, engineered by MARTIN BIRCH, mastered by MICKIE MOST and with guest appearances from RICHIE BLACKMORE, RUSS BALLARD, PAUL & LINDA McCARTNEY- this album had it all – great songs, first class musicians and sound. Now available on CD, Remastered with extensive sleeve notes. Adam died of a heart attack on 8th March 2003.

From Melody Maker – August 24, 1974
From Melody Maker – September 28, 1974

Last updated on December 9, 2022


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