아담 믿음 - Adam Faith

아담 믿음
아담 믿음 headshot.jpg
배경 정보
출생 이름 테렌스 넬 햄스 라이트
또한 ~으로 알려진 테리 넬 햄스
태어난 (1940-06-23)1940 년 6 월 23 일
Acton , Middlesex , 영국
사망 한 2003 년 3 월 8 일 (2003-03-08)(62 세)
Stoke-on-Trent , Staffordshire , England
장르
직업 음악가, 배우, 기자
악기 보컬
활동 기간 1957 ~ 2003
라벨 Parlophone , Top Rank International , HMV , Warner
관련된 행위 걱정되는 남자 (1957), 룰렛

Adam Faith 로 알려진 Terence Nelhams Wright (1940 년 6 월 23 일 – 2003 년 3 월 8 일) 는 영국의 십대 아이돌 , 가수, 배우 및 금융 저널리스트였습니다. 그는 1960 년대에 가장 유명해진 행위 중 하나였습니다 . [1] 그는 Top 5 에서 자신의 초기 7 번의 안타를 기록한 영국 최초의 아티스트가되었습니다 . [1] 그는 또한 정기적으로 오리지널 곡을 녹음 한 영국 최초의 연기자 중 한 명이었습니다. [1]

어린 시절과 교육

Terence Nelhams Wright was born on 23 June 1940 at 4, East Churchfield Road,[2] Acton, Middlesex (now London), England, son of coach driver Alfred Richard Nelhams and cleaner Ellen May (née Burridge), formerly wife of Cecil G. Wright, from whom she was separated but not divorced. Unmarried at the births of all their children, his parents were married in 1953.[3] Known as Terry Nelhams, he was unaware his name was Terence Nelhams Wright until he applied for a passport and obtained his birth certificate. The third in a family of five children, Nelhams grew up in a council house런던의 노동 계급 지역에서 John Perryn Junior School에 다녔습니다. 그는 12 살에 첫 직장을 가졌으며 학교에있는 동안 파트 타임으로 신문을 배달하고 판매했습니다. 그의 첫 정규직은 실크 스크린 프린터 로 일하는 이상한 소년이었다 .

음악 경력

스키폴 공항 에서의 믿음 , 1963 년 4 월 4 일.

Faith became one of Britain's significant early pop stars. At the time, he was distinctive for his hiccupping glottal stops and exaggerated pronunciation. He did not write his own material, and much of his early success was through partnership with songwriters Les Vandyke and John Barry, whose arrangements were inspired by the pizzicato arrangements for Buddy Holly's "It Doesn't Matter Anymore".

Faith began his musical career in 1957, while working as a film cutter in London in the hope of becoming an actor, singing with and managing a skiffle group, the Worried Men. The group played in Soho coffee bars after work, and became the resident band at the 2i's Coffee Bar, where they appeared on the BBC Television live music programme Six-Five Special. The producer, Jack Good, was impressed by the singer and arranged a solo recording contract with HMV under the name Adam Faith.

1958 년 1 월 그의 데뷔 앨범 "(Got a) Heartsick Feeling"과 "Brother Heartache and Sister Tears"는 차트 를 만들지 못했습니다 . Good은 John Barry Seven 과 함께 Six-Five Special 의 무대 쇼에 참여 했지만 네 번의 공연 후에 공연이 접혔습니다. 그해 말 그의 두 번째 릴리스 Jerry Lee Lewis 의 "High School Confidential"의 표지Burt Bacharach함께 뒷받침 되었으며 Hal David는 "Country Music Holiday"를 작성했지만 실패했습니다.

Faith는 1959 년 3 월 Barry가 BBC TV 로큰롤 쇼인 Drumbeat의 오디션에 그를 초대했을 때까지 Elstree의 National Studios에서 영화 제작자로 다시 일했습니다 . 프로듀서 인 스튜어트 모리스 (Stewart Morris)는 그에게 3 개의 쇼에 대한 계약을했고 전체 22 주 길이로 연장되었습니다. HMV와의 계약이 끝났고 그는 Fontana 레코드 레이블이 발표 한 6 트랙 EP에서 "I Vibrate"한 곡을 불렀습니다 . Barry의 매니저 인 Eve TaylorTop Rank 와 계약을 맺었 지만 Tony Hatch가 제작 한 "Ah, Poor Little Baby"/ "Runk Bunk"라는 유일한 기록 은 전국적인 홍보 부족으로 차트에 실패했습니다. 인쇄 파업.

실패에도 불구하고 Faith는 텔레비전 출연을 통해 인기를 얻었습니다. 그는 드라마와 웅변 수업을 받아 배우가되었고 영화 비트 걸에 출연했다 . 대본은 Faith에게 노래를 부를 것을 요청했고 Barry가 Faith의 녹음 과 라이브 Drumbeat 자료를 준비했기 때문에 영화 회사는 그에게 악보 를 쓰도록 요청했습니다 . 그것이 영화 음악에서 Barry의 주목할만한 경력의 시작이었습니다.

Faith's success on Drumbeat enabled another recording contract, with Parlophone. His next record in 1959, "What Do You Want?", written by Les Vandyke and produced by Barry and John Burgess, received good reviews in the NME and other papers, as well as being voted a hit on Juke Box Jury. This became his first number one hit in the UK Singles Chart,[1] and his pronunciation of the word 'baby' as 'bay-beh' became a catchphrase.[4]

"무엇을 원하세요?" Parlophone의 첫 번째 히트 곡인 Faith는 레이블에서 유일한 팝 행위였습니다. [4]

다음 두 번의 싱글 앨범 인 " Poor Me "(또 다른 차트 토퍼 )와 "Someone Else 's Baby"(영국 No. 2)를 통해 Faith 는 영국 대중 음악 에서 Cliff Richard 의 저명한 라이벌로 자리 매김했습니다 .

영국 버라이어티 투어에 이어 1960 년 여름 블랙 풀 히포 드롬에서 12 주 시즌이 이어지고 왕립 버라이어티 쇼 에 출연했습니다 .

Faith's next release was a double A-side single, "Made You"/"When Johnny Comes Marching Home", which made the Top Ten, despite a BBC ban for "Made You" for 'a lewd and salacious lyric'. His 1960 novelty record "Lonely Pup (In a Christmas Shop"), to coincide with his Christmas pantomime, gained a silver disc.

His début album Adam was released on 4 November 1960 to critical acclaim for the inventiveness of Barry's arrangements and Faith's own performances. The material ranged from standards such as "Summertime", "Hit The Road to Dreamland" and "Singin' in the Rain" to more contemporary songs, such as Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman's "I'm a Man", Johnny Worth's "Fare Thee Well My Pretty Maid", and Howard Guyton's "Wonderful Time".

At the age of 20 and living with his parents, he bought a house close to Hampton Court for £6,000, where he moved with his family from their house in Acton. In December 1960, he became the first pop artist to appear on the TV interview series Face to Face with John Freeman.[5]

믿음은 (11)는 그의 두 번호 1 초를 포함, 영국 톱 텐을 만들어 그 중 24 개 차트 항목의 총으로, 여섯 더 앨범과 35 개 싱글을했다. Top Ten을 만든 11 개의 싱글 중 10 개가 실제로 Top Five에 올랐습니다. 믿음은에 20 개 연속 한 자료를 제출 관리 UK 싱글 차트 로 시작, "당신은 무엇을 하시겠습니까?" 1959 년 11 월, 1964 년 중반 "I Love Being in Love With You"로 절정에 이르렀습니다. 이 믿음의 시대의 영국 아티스트 꽤 위업이었다.

Faith의 마지막 영국 히트 곡 (1963 년 10 월)은 "The First Time"(영국 No. 5)이었으며 1963 년과 1964 년에 그의 백킹 그룹 인 The Roulettes 와 함께 그의 첫 싱글이기도했으며 Faith의 음악에 영국 차트를 휩쓸었던 당시 Merseybeat 사운드에 맞춰 더 단단한 '비트 그룹'에지 . 그의 1974 년 싱글 "I Survived"는 런던의 Capital Radio에서 "Capital Countdown"의 Top 30에 올랐습니다.

Benefitting from the enthusiasm of American audiences for all artists British at the height of the British Invasion in 1964–65, Faith managed to register one single in the Top 40 of the US Billboard Hot 100, "It's Alright" (which was not released as a single in his native UK).

Faith's teen pop became less popular in the mid-1960s in competition with the Beatles. In 1967, he recorded the psychedelic-sounding "Cowman, Milk Your Cow", which was written by Barry Gibb and Robin Gibb and released as a single in September that same year. The following year, Faith parted company with EMI.

During the 1970s, Faith went into music management, managing Leo Sayer among others. Faith negotiated an advance for his own comeback album with Warner Bros. Records, using half of it to record the album I Survive (which failed to chart) and the other half to finance Sayer. Faith and his former drummer David Courtney co-produced Sayer's initial hits "The Show Must Go On" and "One Man Band".[6] Sayer later said in an interview with British newspaper The Daily Telegraph"[믿음] 나를 위해 모든 것을 처리하지만 그는 아주 좋은 스승 이었지만, 그는 내 돈을 덜 신뢰할 수 있었다. 나보다 결국 아담 믿음은 레오 세 이어의 자세한 내용을 알아했다."고 Faith는 또한 Sayer가 쓴 히트 싱글 " Giving It All Away " 를 포함하는 Roger Daltrey 의 첫 솔로 앨범 Daltrey공동 제작했습니다 . [6]

영화, 텔레비전 및 연극 경력

그의 음악 경력을 추구하는 동안, 믿음과 같은 영화에서 역할을 지원하는 등장 비트 소녀 (1960)와 안하자 이동 (1960)와 같은 같은 TV 드라마 프로그램의 공개 방송 / ITV의 시리즈 가 없습니다 은신처 . 1961 년 Faith는 Sid James , Spike Milligan , Wilfrid Brambell , Carole Lesley 및 당시 잘 알려진 다른 사람들이 지원 한 What a Whopper 에서 주연을 맡았습니다 . 의 조준 가짜 준비 작가에 대한 코미디 네스호 괴물은 , 그것은에 의해 작성되었습니다 테리 국가, and had music by John Barry; Faith sang the title song and "The Time Has Come". He had a bit part role in What a Carve Up! (1961) with Sid James and Kenneth Connor.[7]

In 1962, Faith co-starred opposite Donald Sinden and Anne Baxter in the film Mix Me a Person, playing a working-class youth falsely accused of murder. The thriller was rated X-certificate (the modern equivalent would be a UK 18-certificate) by the British Board of Film Censors.

Faith가 1968 년 그의 음반사 EMI에서 떠난 후 그는 연기, 특히 레퍼토리 극장 에 집중했습니다 . 다수의 작은 부분 이후, 그는 Dame Sybil Thorndike 와 반대 되는 연극 Night Must Fall 에서 더 중요한 역할을 맡았습니다 . 1969 년 가을, 그는 Billy Liar 의 투어링 프로덕션을 주도했습니다 .

Faith는 1970 년대 초 TV 시리즈 Budgie ( LWT / ITV)에서 전과자에 대한 [8] 시조 영웅 으로 출연했습니다 . 그는 Eamonn Andrews 에 놀랐을 때 1971 년 This Is Your Life 의 주제였습니다 . [9]

Faith의 연기 경력은 1973 년 자동차 사고로 다리를 거의 잃을 뻔한 후 감소했습니다. 그는 스타 더스트 (1974)에서 록 스타 데이비드에 섹스 (David Essex )의 매니 퓰러 매니저 역할을 맡아 BAFTA후보에 올랐다 . 이러한 성공에도 불구하고 그는 몇 년 동안 연기하기를 꺼려했으며 음악 관련 벤처로 돌아섰습니다. [6]

1980 년, 그는에 로저 돌 트리와 함께 출연 McVicar , 다시 한 록 밴드의 매니저를 연주 여우 주연 조디 포스터를 자신의 딸.

Faith played the role of James Crane in the 1985 TV movie Minder on the Orient Express – part of the Minder franchise. From 1992 to 1994, he appeared in another TV series, Love Hurts, starring with Zoë Wanamaker.

In 2002, he appeared in the BBC series The House That Jack Built. In 2003, he appeared in an episode of Murder in Mind.

Later years and death

Faith married Jackie Irving in 1967 and they had one daughter, Katya Faith, who became a television producer.

By the 1980s, Faith had become an investor and financial adviser.[10] In 1986, he was hired as a financial journalist by the Daily Mail and its sister paper The Mail on Sunday. Faith and business partner, Paul Killik, were the principal investors behind UK television station Money Channel. When the channel closed in June 2002, Faith was declared bankrupt, owing a reported £32 million.[11] English film director and producer Michael Winner stated that Faith was his investment adviser, leading to significant losses on two different investments.[12]

In 1986, Faith had open heart surgery. In 2003, he became ill after his evening stage performance in the touring production of Love and Marriage at Stoke-on-Trent, and died of a heart attack early the next morning, 8 March 2003, at North Staffordshire Hospital.[13]

Discography

Singles

Year Title UK[1]
1958 "(Got A) Heartsick Feeling"
b/w "Brother Heartache and Sister Tears"
1958 "Country Music Holiday"
b/w "High School Confidential"
1959 "Ah, Poor Little Baby!"
b/w "Runk Bunk"
1959 "What Do You Want?"
b/w "From Now Until Forever"
1
1960 "Poor Me"
b/w "The Reason"
1
1960 "Someone Else's Baby"
b/w "Big Time"
2
1960 "When Johnny Comes Marching Home"
b/w "Made You"
5
1960 "How About That!"
b/w "With Open Arms"
4
1960 "Lonely Pup (In a Christmas Shop)"
b/w "Greenfinger"
4
1961 "Who Am I!"
b/w "This Is It!"
5
1961 "Easy Going Me"
b/w "Wonderin'"
12
1961 "Don't You Know It?"
b/w "My Last Wish"
12
1961 "The Time Has Come"
b/w "A Help-Each-Other Romance"
4
1962 "Lonesome"
b/w "Watch Your Step"
12
1962 "As You Like It"
b/w "Face To Face"
5
1962 "Don't That Beat All"
b/w "Mix Me A Person"
8
1962 "Baby Take A Bow"
b/w "Knocking On Wood"
22
1963 "What Now"
b/w "What Have I Got"
31
1963 "Walkin' Tall"
b/w "Just Mention My Name"
23
1963 "The First Time"
b/w "So Long Baby"
5
1963 "We Are In Love"
b/w "Made For Me"
11
1964 "If He Tells You"
b/w "Talk To Me"
25
1964 "I Love Being In Love With You"
b/w "It's Alright"
33
1964 "Only One Such As You"
b/w "I Just Don't Know"
1964 "A Message to Martha (Kentucky Bluebird)"
b/w "It Sounds Good To Me"
12
1965 "Stop Feeling Sorry For Yourself"
b/w "I've Gotta See My Baby"
23
1965 "Hand Me Down Things"
b/w "Talk About Love"
1965 "Someone's Taken Maria Away"
b/w "I Can't Think Of Anyone Else"
34
1965 "I Don't Need That Kind Of Lovin'"
b/w "I'm Used To Losing You"
1966 "Idle Gossip"
b/w "If You Ever Need Me"
1966 "To Make A Big Man Cry"
b/w "Here's Another Day"
1966 "Cheryl's Going Home"
b/w "A Funny Kind Of Love"
46
1967 "What More Can Anyone Do"
b/w "You've Got A Way With Me"
1967 "Cowman, Milk Your Cow"
b/w "Daddy, What'll Happen To Me"
1967 "To Hell With Love"
b/w "Close The Door"
1968 "You Make My Life Worth While"
b/w "Hey Little Lovin' Girl"
1974 "I Survived"
b/w "In Your Life"
1974 "Maybe"
b/w "Star Song"
1975 "Strung Out Again"
b/w "Steppin' Stone"
1993 "Stuck in the Middle with You"
(with Roger Daltrey—CD single)

Albums

[1]

  • Adam (Parlophone) (1960) – UK Number 6
  • Beat Girl (film soundtrack) (Columbia) (1961) – UK Number 11
  • Adam Faith (Parlophone) (1962) – UK Number 20
  • From Adam with Love (Parlophone) (1963)
  • For You – Love Adam (Parlophone) (1963)
  • On the Move (Parlophone) (1964)
  • It's Alright (Capitol Canada 6000 Series) March 1965
  • Faith Alive (Parlophone) (1965) – UK Number 19
  • I Survive (Warner Bros.) (1974)
  • Midnight Postcards (PolyGram) (1993) – UK Number 43

EPs

The Time Has Come (Vandyke), Watch Your Step (Parker), I've Just Fallen for Someone (Askew) and I'm Coming Home (Johnson-Rado). Produced and conducted by John Barry 1961
  • Adam Faith (Parlophone GEP 8852) 1961
All These Things (Vandyke), It's All Over Now (Whyton), Second Time (Vandyke), Come To Me (Cenci-Carr), If I Had a Hammer (Hays-Seeger, I'm Going To Love you Too (Mauldin-Sullivan-Petty). Produced and conducted by John Barry 1961

Compilation albums

[1]

  • The Best of Adam Faith (Starline) (1966)
  • The Best of Adam Faith (MFP) (1971)
  • 24 Golden Greats (Warwick) (1981) – UK Number 61
  • Not Just A Memory (Amy Records) (1983)
  • The Best of Adam Faith (re-issue) (MFP) (1985)
  • The Best of Adam Faith (second re-issue) (MFP) (1989)
  • The Singles Collection (Greatest Hits) (1990)
  • The Best of EMI Years (1994)
  • The Very Best of Adam Faith (MFP/EMI) (1997)
  • Greatest Hits (EMI Gold) (1998)
  • The Very Best of Adam Faith (EMI) (2005)
  • All The Hits (EMI Gold) (2009)

US singles

  • "What Do You Want?" / "From Now Until Forever" (Cub 9061)
  • "Poor Me" / "The Reason" (Cub 9068)
  • "I Did What You Told Me" / "Johnny Comes Marching Home" (Cub 9074)
  • "Don't That Beat All" / "Mix Me A Person" (Dot 16405)
  • "So Long, Baby" / "The First Time" (Amy 895)
  • "We Are in Love" / "What Now?" (Amy 899)
  • "It's Alright" / "I Just Don't Know" (Amy 913) (No. 31)
  • "Talk About Love" / "Stop Feeling Sorry For Yourself" (Amy 922) (No. 97)
  • "I Don't Need That Kind of Lovin'" / "I'm Used To Losing You" (Capitol 5543)
  • "Here's Another Day" / "To Make a Big Man Cry" (Capitol 5699)

US albums

  • England's Top Singer (MGM E/SE 3951)
  • Adam Faith (Amy 8005/S-8005)

Filmography

Film

Year Film Role Director Notes
1960 Never Let Go Tommy Towers John Guillermin
1960 Beat Girl (aka Wild For Kicks) Dave Edmond T. Gréville
1961 What a Whopper Tony Gilbert Gunn
1962 Mix Me a Person Harry Jukes Leslie Norman
1974 Stardust Mike Michael Apted
1979 Yesterday's Hero Jake Neil Leifer
1980 Foxes Bryan Adrian Lyne
1980 McVicar Walter Probyn Tom Clegg

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1959 No Hiding Place Vince 1.03 "Wheels of Fury"
1966 Seven Deadly Sins Watcher 1.05 "In the Night"
1971-1972 Budgie Ronald "Budgie" Bird 26 episodes
1977 McCloud Inspector Craig 7.05 "London Bridges"
1984 Just Another Little Blues Song Frank Television film
1985 Minder James Crane 6.07 "Minder on the Orient Express"
1992-1994 Love Hurts Frank Carver 30 episodes
2002 The House That Jack Built Jack Squire 6 episodes
2003 Murder in Mind Terry Cameron 3.05 "Contract"

References

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  2. ^ "Adam Faith Plaque is Unveiled in Acton Park". Acton W3. 20 August 2015. Retrieved 29 November 2017.
  3. ^ Big Time: The Life of Adam Faith, David Stafford and Caroline Stafford, Omnibus Press, 2015, Chapter Two, p. 3
  4. ^ a b Rice, Jo (1982). The Guinness Book of 500 Number One Hits (1st ed.). Enfield, Middlesex: Guinness Superlatives Ltd. p. 46. ISBN 0-85112-250-7.
  5. ^ BBC Genome - Radio Times billing for 11 December 1960
  6. ^ a b c Spencer Leigh (10 March 2003). "Obituaries: Adam Faith: Sixties pop singer turned actor". The Independent. Retrieved 5 September 2020.
  7. ^ "What a Carve Up (1961) : Cast & Crew". Allmovie.com. Retrieved 29 September 2020.
  8. ^ Dave Laing (10 March 2003). "Adam Faith". The Guardian. Retrieved 22 February 2019.
  9. ^ "Adam Faith". Bigredbook.info. Retrieved 21 April 2020.
  10. ^ Reed, Susan; Sanderson, Jane; Smith, Terry (20 February 1984). "The Evert Lloyds: Advantage, Adam Faith". People. Retrieved 3 August 2013.
  11. ^ Sapsted, David (16 June 2003). "Debts force Adam Faith's widow out of their home". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 22 July 2015.
  12. ^ "Michael Winner: 'I'm the only man ever to get a discount at M&S'". The Daily Telegraph. 17 December 2008. Retrieved 3 January 2015.
  13. ^ "Obituaries: Adam Faith". The Daily Telegraph. 10 March 2003. Retrieved 5 December 2017.

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