|Studio album by|
|Genre||Folk rock, Folk|
|Label|| Charisma Records |
|Producer||Micky Sweeney, Alan Hull|
|Alan Hull chronology|
Pipedream is the first solo album from Lindisfarne singer Alan Hull.
The cover artwork is based on a painting by René Magritte.
All songs written by Alan Hull.
|UK Charts (Official Charts Company)||29|
|Australian (Kent Music Report)||51|
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