Cathi Linn - Face To Face album downloadPerformer: Cathi Linn
Title: Face To Face
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Cathi Linn - Face To Face album download
Label: For Life Records – 25K-5 Format: Vinyl, LP Country: Japan Released: 1984.
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Face to Face is the 1996 self-titled third studio album by the California punk band Face to Face. All songs written by Trever Keith, except where noted. Walk the Walk" (Keith, Scott Shiflett) - 3:35. I Won't Lie Down" (Keith, Shiflett) - 3:17. Can't Change the World" - 2:13. Handout" (Keith, Shiflett) - 3:37. Everything's Your Fault" - 2:49. Take It Back" - 2:59. Complicated" (Keith, Chad Yaro) - 4:02
Face to Face is the fourth studio album by the English rock band the Kinks, released in October 1966. The album marked the band's shift from the hard-driving style of beat music that had catapulted them to international acclaim in 1964. Being their first album consisting entirely of Ray Davies compositions, it has also been regarded by critics as rock's first concept album.
Performed by. Cathi Linn. Lyrics by. Yoshiko Miura, 三浦徳子, Brian Richy. Side A "Dancing with the sunshine" Lyrics: Yoshiko Miura English Lyrics: BRIAN RICHY Composition: Yuichiro Oda Arrangement: Kazuo Ohtani Vocal: Cathi Linn. Side B "Never gonna say good-bye" Lyrics: BRIAN RICHY Composition: Yuichiro Oda Arrangement: Kazuo Ohtani Vocals: Cathi Linn. Nobody has rated this album yet. Contained in 0 collections. Contained in 0 wish lists. v. t. e. Face to Face.
Face to Face boasts a mighty meat and potatoes soul-jazz lineup: Green on guitar, Fred Jackson on tenor, and drummer Ben Dixon. Comprised of six cuts, five of them are Willette originals. The evidence of the rough and rowdy side of Willette's playing is evident from the opener, "Swinging at Sugar Ray's. His approach to the B-3 is far more percussive than Jimmy Smith's, each note is a distinct punch; not only in his solos, but in his chord and head approaches. His solo is a nasty, knotty blues sprint that encompasses gospel licks and R&B fills, too.
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