|All The King's Horses|
|Produced by Jimmy Page, Paul Rodgers and Julian Mendelsohn|
|Released on April 1986|
|US CHART POSITION #61|
|Find it at GEMM|
|78 94587 w. picture sleeve
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T he first single from The Firm’s second album. “All The King’s Horses” isn’t bad at all, just the sort of thing to fortify young love. The B side, “Fortune Hunter,” is the more interesting track. Sounding like a Zeppelin outtake from the late ‘70s, it is (according to the ever-reliable internet) based on an instrumental that came out of the XYZ (Ex-Yes and Zeppelin) sessions between Page, Chris Squire and Alan White. Both tracks on the single appear in identical form on the elpee, The Firm Mean Business. Of minor interest, the Canadian picture sleeve is completely different from the US and Japanese versions (which feature a horse and rider on the cover).
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|UK||April 1986||Atlantic||7"||A9458||picture sleeve|
|US||April 1986||Atlantic||7"||7-89458||picture sleeve|
|US||1986||Atlantic||7PRO||7-89458||picture sleeve, feat. A side only|
|US||1986||Atlantic||12PRO||PR-834||feat. A side only|
|CAN/SPA||1986||Atlantic||7"||78 94587||picture sleeve|
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