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Hot Chocolate Vinyl Record Albums

Hot Chocolate formed in Brixton, London, England. Members of the group around Errol Brown included Tony Connor, Larry Ferguson, Harvey Hinsley, Derek Lewis, Pat Olive and Tony Wilson. In 1969 while demoing a slight reggae version of the John Lennon song "Give Peace A Chance" with a group of friends, Errol Brown changed the lyrics of the number but he was informed that he could not change Lennon's song without his permission! So a copy of the demo was sent to the Beatles record label, 'Apple', with fingers crossed. Amazingly John Lennon loved the version and it was released on the 'Apple' label. Errol and his friends were given the name, 'The Hot Chocolate Band', a name thought up by a secretary at the company but which the band later changed to 'Hot Chocolate'.

 

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Artist
Title

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LP
10 Greatest Hits
Hot Chocolate
10 Greatest Hits
1977
BT 76002
Big Tree Records Label; Album cover has minor wear and initial in magic marker on the front cover; Record appears new; Stereo recording; Track listing: So You Win Again; You Could've Been A Lady; Brother Louie; Heaven Is In The Back Seat Of My Cadillac; You Sexy Thing; Disco Queen; Emma; Don't Stop It Now; Rumours; Man To Man
VG+/NM-
$16.99
LP
10 Greatest Hits
Hot Chocolate
10 Greatest Hits
1977
BT 76002
Big Tree Records Label; Album cover has minor wear; Record has minor scuffs; Stereo recording; Track listing: So You Win Again; You Could've Been A Lady; Brother Louie; Heaven Is In The Back Seat Of My Cadillac; You Sexy Thing; Disco Queen; Emma; Don't Stop It Now; Rumours; Man To Man
VG+/VG+
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