City To City

EMI Catalog (USA)
Release date
2 Sep 2008
Running length
10 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 The Ark 5:40 15,491
2 Baker Street 4:06 216,344
3 Right Down The Line 4:31 75,872
4 City To City 5:02 20,653
5 Stealin' Time 5:38 10,645
6 Mattie's Rag 3:26 11,178
7 Whatever's Written In Your Heart 6:28 12,871
8 Home And Dry 4:51 10,838
9 Island 5:03 8,499
10 Waiting For The Day 5:47 13,748

About this album

“City To City” debuted the first week of May 1978. It quickly rose to #1 the week of July 8, 1978 taking 10 weeks to hit the top and ending the 24 week reign at #1 by the Soundtrack to “Saturday Night Fever”. The album was boosted by the first release “Baker Street” which hit #2 on the Billboard Singles Chart for 6 weeks. It had an 8 week stay in the Top 10 and a 23 week ride in the Top 40. “Right Down The Line” followed that single into the Top 40 A third release “Home and Dry” hit the charts in early 1979 which kept the album on the chart-for a lofty 49 weeks.

This was Gerry Rafferty’s first solo album, apart from Stealer’s Wheel. 2 subsequent albums followed but he was never able to match this albums success. A true classic from 1978

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  • cheekygrrl

    Driving my new little gold Dodge w/stick shift and this song playing. Good times!

    26 Jan 2014 Reply
  • loobieloo

    Grooving to this album on cassette while doing the dishes is one of my happiest childhood memories.

    24 Oct 2009 Reply


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  • moculta

    Klasse dieser Gerry, super Gesang !!!!!!-----

    22 May 2009 Reply
  • guetol

    wunderbar, diese differenzierten Pecussions. Und inder Mitte der mehrstimmige Satzgesang. Schööööön.

    9 Apr 2009 Reply
  • wilte01

    Such a beautifully produced album with such classy songs

    10 Jan 2009 Reply
  • miladydoe

    I still have the vinyl of this one. Then I got the CD, of course. Baker Street is such a timeless song, it never grows old.

    8 Dec 2008 Reply
  • mattsmart

    Such a good song. And such a brilliant album.

    6 Dec 2008 Reply
  • tommybutlerjr

    This song reminds me of riding my first Harley Sportster when I was 17. You give it a little gas and take off. After a while you feel a little more comfortible and rip the throttle a little more open. After a while, you're riding down the highway at full speed and yet you know you're in compleate control. Damn! Whatta Rush!

    10 Nov 2008 Reply
  • Mc1ntosh

    sunshiney ode. Good for weddings and anniversaries. Or dancing in the livingroom.

    8 Nov 2008 Reply

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