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Performer: Fanny Anderson
Title: Don't Give It Up / More Than Fantasy
Country: Denmark
Genre: Rock / Pop
Released: 1979
Catalog number: RS 2093
Label: RECA
MP3 album szie: 2907 mb
FLAC album size: 2044 mb

Tracklist

1More Than Fantasy5:40
2Don't Give It Up3:56

Credits

  • Written-ByKlaus Phanareth

Barcodes

  • Rights Society: ncb
  • Other: P. 010379
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Текст песни: Now here we stay Playing the silence game again Afraid to talk knowing that if we Anderson. Album Title: Don't Give It Up, More Than Fantasy. Category: Rock, Pop. Info: Label: RECA RS 2093 Type: Vinyl, 7, Single Country: Denmark Date of released: 1979 Category: Rock, Pop Style: Size ZIP FLAC. 1496 megabytes. Don't Give It Up. More Than Fantasy. Written-By Klaus Phanareth. Barcode and Other Identifiers. Rights Society: ncb. Other: P. Sweet Fanny Adams is the second album by Sweet, their first of two released in 1974, and also their first album simply as Sweet. The album was a turning point and change in the band's sound. It featured more of a hard rock sound than their previous pop records. The album title is English originally Royal Navy slang originating from the murder of eight-year-old Fanny Adams in 1867 and means nothing at all as well as a similar euphemism F. fuck all. Ventura is much more than a set of Oxnard leftovers. More Than Fantasy provides fantasy managers the latest information regarding player news, injury updates, weekly sitstart. Don't mess up your lineup this week - the playoffs are coming. hit me up with any sitstart questions. 21 November 2018 . Trying to stuff your wallets with cash while you stuff your face with food Cool, me too - I got you nfl-6-pack-thanksgiving-day- Welcome to a very special NFL 6 Pack making Thanksgiving Day picks against the spread. Who should you back on Turkey Day . Fanny could do it all and spent their entire career battling to win over the cynics and non-believers. Kim Fowley came into our dressing room at the Whisky A Go Go, recalls Fanny guitarist June Millington. The line-up would also feature two other future Fanny members: Brie Brandt and Alice de Buhr. The former was The Svelts original drummer the latter her replacement. We played a lot of Motown, de Buhr says of The Svelts. When we toured in Europe, the audience reaction was much more positive than it was in the States, reveals de Buhr. I particularly loved playing in England, where the fans never looked at us as a gimmick. Following a final album, Fanny disbanded in 1975. The Millington sisters have continued to play music together since the split, and with a former drummer, Brie Howard Darling, formed the spin-off group Fanny Walked the Earth in 2018. Perry produced the band's first three albums, beginning with Fanny in 1970. Because of the connection to Perry and Reprise Records, Barclay was invited to tour with Joe Cocker as a backing singer, and consequently appeared on the album Mad Dogs and Englishmen. The group's cover of Cream's Badge from the first album had significant radio airplay. The follow-up album, Charity Ball was released the following year, and its title track. That said, FANNY has more than a few special moments that proved these four ladies were the real deal right from the get still are If I had one major gripe with FANNY it would have to be that I don't think they used the remastered tapes that were used on the band's 2002 boxed mix seems a lot muddier here. Nowhere is this more evident than on the opening cut, the shimmering Come And Hold Me. On the boxed set, the track took on a new Alice de Buhr's creative little percussive bits, June Millington's guitar riffs, the harmonies. Текст песни: Its the rap singer, the hook master Real life convict, son of a gambler Heart made of stone, and he move so cold 'Cause my girl up and gone, shell be back in the morn'. More than that, it also played sides one and four from the 1973 double-album Tales From Topographic Oceans. Startling because these are arguably the two most contentious LPs in the bands entire discography. The first because Trevor Horn was on vocals for the former original album and nearly ripped his voice to shreds trying to be lead vocalist, Jon Anderson, instead of doing what he did best. There is something about the lead singer of any band that forges that bands inherent personality, dont you think Instrumental bands have a much easier time of it, in this respect stand up Tangerine Dream which features not one original member and yet sounds exactly like TD of yore