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The Real Sounds Of Africa - Get Real / Seven Miles High album

The Real Sounds Of Africa - Get Real / Seven Miles High album
Performer: The Real Sounds Of Africa
Title: Get Real / Seven Miles High
Released: 2000
Genre: Country - World
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 575
Formats: TTA MOD ASF AU MOD AUD WMA
MP3 size: 1994 mb
FLAC size: 1426 mb

Tracklist

Get Real
1 Chamunorwa
2 Nakuja
3 Omba
4 Musao
Bonus 12" Tracks
5 Oh Ye
6 Soccer Fan
Seven Miles High
7 Moselebende
8 Nalala-Naloto
9 Sophie
10 Nakei-Napoto
Bonus Tracks
11 No Alla Violenza
12 Tornados Vs Dynamos (3-3)

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Cherry Red Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Cherry Red Records Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Pinnacle
  • Engineered At – Shed Studios
  • Published By – Complete Music

Credits

  • Engineer – Gaby Mumba (tracks: 12), Steve Roskilly (tracks: 1-12)
  • Producer, Mixed By – Norman Cook (tracks: 5-9), Steve Roskilly (tracks: 10), Yes No People (tracks: 1-4)

Notes

Tracks 7 to 10 originally released on Big Records (The Real Sounds Of Africa* - 7 Miles High)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 013929 108943

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All titles by The Real Sounds Of Africa UK Management - Artists Unlimited 60. P) & (C) 1990 Cherry Red Records Ltd. Bishops Park House 25-29 Fulham High Street London SW6 3JH Distributed by Pinnacle Manufactured in England.

Eight Miles High is an album by Dutch rock band Golden Earring, released in 1969. It was the first album released under the slightly shorter name Golden Earring (formerly Golden Earrings) and the only album with drummer Sieb Warner. All songs written by Kooymans except where noted. Landing" (Gerritsen) – 4:27. Song of a Devil's Servant" – 6:00. One Huge Road" – 3:05. Everyday's Torture" – 5:19. Eight Miles High" (Gene Clark, David Crosby, Roger McGuinn) – 19:00. George Kooymans – guitar, vocals.

Eight Miles High has been called the first psychedelic record. It’s true we’d been experimenting with LSD, and the title does contain the word high, so if people want to say that, that’s great. But Eight Miles High actually came about as a tribute to John Coltrane. It was our attempt to play jazz. We were on a tour of America, and someone played us the Coltrane albums Africa/Brass and Impressions. I thought about seven miles, but the Beatles had a song called Eight Days a Week, so we changed it to Eight Miles High because we thought that would be cooler. When the song came out, some DJs did the sums and realised that, since commercial airliners only flew at six miles, we must have been talking about a different kind of high. And all the stations stopped playing it.

Includes unlimited streaming of The Real Sound Of Chicago via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days. Sometime after the Universal Robot Band and sometime before where we are now, a pair of s, Pete Adarkwah and Ben Jolly, ran a successful club night named after our eponymous song, playing a joyful mix of all they considered good. Wouldn't it be fun,' they mused, 'To release some of these tunes?'

To complete this album, there are 6 out-takes from the firefly sessions. Three of songs of "Five Miles" acetate end in "Conquest" album, with the voice of John Sloman. Reposted on Request If you like these rare early Byron recordings why not get the official releases from artistry records. Uriah Heep- 1979- Ten Miles High (The lost Songs) Bootleg in Studio Ken Hensley - Eager To Please Uriah Heep- 1974- Wonderdream (Bootleg- 2 cd). Line up : The classic By. .

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I am contemplating, just stating No procrastinating, time wasting Doing what I need, revealing the lies Smashing the darkness and bringing the fire. I think I've got enough to do in my days I think I've got enough to do in my days Doing what I need, revealing the lies Smashing the darkness and bringing the fire. Get Real, the second song of Alex Clare’s album Tail of Lions, is about Alex learning to control his emotions and impulses, as he said to The Line of Best Fit: Get Real is about learning and attempting to gain control of my emotions and impulses. Get Real is about learning and attempting to gain control of my emotions and impulses. Making efforts to view the world realistically, properly and understanding what I’m here for.

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