Joani Taylor With The The Dave Robbins Orchestra And The Numerality Singers - Joani Taylor With The The Dave Robbins Orchestra And The Numerality Singers mp3 album
Joani Taylor With The The Dave Robbins Orchestra And The Numerality Singers - Joani Taylor With The The Dave Robbins Orchestra And The Numerality Singers (LP, Album).
Along with his Rock Fabulous Orchestra, Dave Stewart of Eurythmics fame presents what amounts to a best-of collection on THE DAVE STEWART SONGBOOK. The album finds Stewart leading his band through new versions of Eurythmics classics as well as songs he wrote for production clients like Tom Petty.
Joani Taylor "Take Five feat.
Happiness? is the third solo album by the English musician Roger Taylor, best known as the drummer for the band Queen. It was his first album since Queen's 1991 album Innuendo, and his first solo album since 1984's Strange Frontier. Writing of Roger Taylor's material spanned way before initial recording in 1993. Taylor, like his other band mates, were mourning the death of lead singer, Freddie Mercury.
Beginning with the Beatles and Simon and Garfunkel, every group for whom harmony singing is important owes a crucial debt to the Everly Brothers. I got the idea of the voice as an irritant from Mick Jagger," Iggy told Rolling Stone. Taylor boasts a classic American voice - a clear, vibrato-less instrument as reassuring as a warm fireplace. Don't get fooled by James' understatement," says David Crosby.
The Queen legend often refers to how Taylor and Mercury were particularly close, and spent many hours on the town together seeing bands who at that time were their heroes: The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Led Zeppelin, David Bowie, The Who, all of whom influenced them and helped shape the musical destiny of Queen.
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|A1||With A Little Help From My Friends||2:27|
|B3||In The Name Of Love||2:23|
|B4||Here, There, Everywhere||2:26|
|B5||Can't Take My Eyes Off of You||3:05|
- Arranged By – Brian Griffiths , Dave Robbins
- Engineer – Bill Reeback, Don Hardisty, Monty Levine
- Guitar – Ray Moga
- Piano, Organ, Electric Piano – Bob Murphy
- Producer – Dave Bird
- Trombone – Ian McDougall