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Dawn - I Play And Sing / Get Out From Where We Are FLAC album


Performer: Dawn
Genre: Rock
Title: I Play And Sing / Get Out From Where We Are
Country: US
Released: 1971
Style: Pop Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1461 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1470 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1185 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 802
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in the chorus a girl sing something like: get you back, then some will i am voice goes: g-g-g-et you back. not sure if lyrics is correct and its a slow song. Anonymous 19 June 2019 Reply. i am looking for song female says here we are and she repeat it again and again it’s kind of electronic song and we hear her voice like reverberant sound. Anonymous 27 June 2019 Reply. I'm looking for a song that starts with good sending a letter to evil apologizing that the vacation took so long but that's she's coming home, and ends with evil returning to the house/apartment to find good waiting.

This is where they took the shagging songs from Rising and made a full album out of them. The opening track would not sit well in the era, but there's a massive key change in the middle and Graham's voice soars. Obviously it's got the Rainbow song for people who don't like Rainbow on it - Since You Been Gone - and it's a great song an all, but this album is all about Eyes of the World. Its epic, it hoofs along on a galloping riff, ramping up the drama as it goes. Led Zeppelin came out with In Through the Out Door, their most disappointing offering, where as Scorpions produced Lovedrive, Priest had British Steel. Down to Earth was the first album I queued to get on its release. And I was not disappointed. I love it when he and the keyboard player play in sync. I got the straight up rock'n'roll, All Night Long, but I also got a slight, very slight prog tinge. Not 2112, but just a slight push of the envelope.

Let the bastards sing Let the godforsaken bastards sing. They came like moths to a flame You left like a house in a hurricane The wolves are at my door But I can't see the writing on the walls The wolves are at my door Waiting for my empire to fall. I remember when they first came into the studio and we were all like just we listened to them play our songs back and we were just like ‘Oh they sound like a movie soundtrack.

Thousand Foot Krutch The End Is Where We Begin. RU - Thousand Foot Krutch - The End Is Where We Begin 03:44. AMV - Thousand Foot Krutch - The End Is Where We Begin 08:37. Nightcore - Thousand Foot Krutch - The End Is Where We Begin 03:07. Thousand Foot Krutch - The End Is Where We Begin - We Are 03:18. Thousand Foot Krutch - (Solomon Olds Remix) The End Is Where We Begin 03:13. Thousand Foot Krutch - The End Is Where We Begin (2012) - . Get Wicked 03:33. Thousand Foot Krutch - The End Is Where We Begin (2012) - 1. ll I Need To Know 04:09.

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from the album We Are the World. Jackson revealed to Richie that he not only wanted to sing the song, but to participate in its writing as well. To begin with, "We Are the World" was to be written by Jackson, Richie, and Wonder. As Wonder had limited time to work on the project, Jackson and Richie proceeded to write "We Are the World" themselves. They began creating the song at Hayvenhurst, the Jackson family home in Encino. I went in and came out the same night with the song completed-drums, piano, strings, and words to the chorus. Jackson then presented his demo to Richie and Jones, who were both shocked; they did not expect the pop star to see the structure of the song so quickly. The next meetings between Jackson and Richie were unfruitful; the pair did not produce any additional vocals and got no work done.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A I Play And Sing
Arranged By – Norman BergenEngineer – Bill RadiceWritten-By – Irwin Levine, L. Russell Brown
2:21
B Get Out From Where We Are
Arranged By – The Lone Arranger Written-By – Ardith Polley
2:06

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Pocketful Of Tunes
  • Published By – Saturday Music, Inc.
  • Published By – Tridem Music
  • Produced For – Three Dimension Management Corp.
  • Record Company – Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.
  • Pressed By – American Record Pressing Co.

Credits

  • Producer – Dave Appell, The Tokens

Notes

Side A: Pocketfull Of Tunes/Saturday Music, Inc BMI
Side B: Tridem Music ASCAP

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society (A): BMI
  • Rights Society (B): ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): 9859
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): 9860
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout (Etched) Side A): 9859 (ARP stamped imprint)
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout (Etched) Side B): 9860 (ARP stamped imprint)
  • Pressing Plant ID (American Record Pressing Co.): ARP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
970 Dawn I Play And Sing / Get Out From Where We Are ‎(7", Single, Pit) Bell Records 970 US 1971
7BT-50 Dawn I Play And Sing / Get Out From Where We Are ‎(7", Single) Odeon 7BT-50 Brazil 1971
970 Dawn I Play And Sing ‎(7", Single) Bell Records 970 Germany 1971
BELL 970X Dawn I Play And Sing ‎(7", Single) Bell Records BELL 970X Canada 1971
BELL 1218 Dawn I Play And Sing ‎(7", Single, Promo) Bell Records BELL 1218 UK 1972