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Pick Up The Pieces

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“Pick Up the Pieces” is a 1974 song by the Average White Band from their second album, AWB. On the single, songwriting credit was given to founding member and saxophonist Roger Ball and guitarist Hamish Stuart individually and the entire band collectively. It is essentially an instrumental, apart from the song’s title being shouted at several points in the song.

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“Pick Up the Pieces” is a 1974 song by the Average White Band from their second album, AWB. On the single, songwriting credit was given to founding member and saxophonist Roger Ball and guitarist Hamish Stuart individually and the entire band collectively. It is essentially an instrumental, apart from the song’s title being shouted at several points in the song. “Pick Up the Pieces” was released in the United Kingdom in July 1974 but failed to chart. When the album was released in the United States in October 1974, radio stations there started to play the song, and on 22 February 1975, it went to the top of the US singles chart and peaked at number five on the soul charts. After its US success, the song charted in the UK and climbed to number six. “Pick Up the Pieces” also made it to number eleven on the US disco chart.

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