Graham Gouldman 

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No Play Artist - title Length
1 Play Wax - Bridge To Your Heart 04:15
2 Play 10cc - Dreadlock Holiday 04:32
3 Play 10cc - The Wall Street Shuffle 03:53
4 Play 10cc - The Things We Do For Love 03:32
5 Play 10cc - I'm Not In Love 03:47
6 Play The Yardbirds - For Your Love 02:31
7 Play The Yardbirds - Heart Full of Soul 02:28
8 Play Herman's Hermits - No Milk Today 02:58
9 Play The Hollies - Bus Stop 02:53
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Graham Keith Gouldman (born May 10, 1946) is an English singer, songwriter and musician. He is a long-time member of the art rock band 10cc.

Graham Gouldman's songs provide the soundtrack to so many teenage memories. From his first songwriting hit 'For Your Love' recorded by The Yardbirds in 1965, through memorable tunes and lyrics for The Hollies and Herman's Hermits in the '60s, a decade of hits with 10cc in the '70s and early '80s, songwriting partnerships with Kirsty MacColl, Suggs from Madness, Andrew Gold, Gary Burr, Tim Rice and – still contributing to those teenage soundtracks – co-writing with McFly on their Number One album Wonderland.

In 1965 Gouldman signed a management agreement with Harvey Lisberg, and while working by day in a men's outfitters shop and playing by night with his semi-professional band, he wrote a string of hit songs, many of them million sellers. Between 1965 and 1967 alone he wrote "For Your Love", "Heart Full of Soul" and "Evil Hearted You" for the Yardbirds, "Look Through Any Window" (with Charles Silverman) and "Bus Stop" for the Hollies, "Listen People", "No Milk Today" and "East West" for Herman's Hermits, "Pamela, Pamela" for Wayne Fontana, "Behind the Door" for St. Louis Union (covered by Cher), "Tallyman" for Jeff Beck and "Going Home", which was a 1967 Australian hit for Normie Rowe.

In the late '60s, in between writing more hot songs for the likes of Jeff Beck, The Mindbenders, The Hollies et al, Graham spent time in New York writing and recording for Kasenetz-Katz hit factory and invested, with Eric Stewart, in Strawberry Studios, Stockport.

Then, in 1972, 10cc was born, keeping Graham occupied for the next decade.
Over the course of the next 23 years, 10cc scored three UK No.1 singles and five Top 10 albums, with Gouldman co-writing some of their biggest hits, including "The Wall Street Shuffle" (1974), "I'm Not in Love" (1975), "I'm Mandy, Fly Me" (1976), "Art For Art's Sake" (1976), "The Things We Do for Love" (1977) and "Dreadlock Holiday" (1978).

In 2012 Graham released a solo album, Love and Work; his first in 12 years. That's in addition to touring with the third incarnation of 10cc, with Rick Fenn and Paul Burgess from the mid-'70s line-up. Graham has taken the music of 10cc around the world. A UK tour in the early part of 2012 included a date at The Royal Albert Hall. There was a break for the launch of the solo album before a more extensive tour with 10cc