|1||If You Can't Be Good|
|2||Nobody Ever Died From Crying|
|3||All Of My Suffering|
|5||If You Had A Heart|
|8||Any Fool Can See|
|9||I've Been Around The Block And Back|
|10||I Can See|
|11||Carryon (Party's Over)|
|12||Everything's Gonna Be Alright|
Spirit of St. Louis is the second studio album by American singer and actress Ellen Foley, released in March 1981. Foley is backed by The Clash on all songs. The album was recorded right after The Clash's Sandinista! with the same musicians and engineers. Foley was dating Clash guitarist Mick Jones at the time. The album charted at UK. Ellen Foley - vocals. Joe Strummer - guitar. Mick Jones - guitar, vocals. Topper Headon - drums.
Ellen Foley brings it all back with 'About Time'.
Listen to albums and songs from Ellen Foley. Spirit Of St. Louis (With Bonus Tracks). Another Breath (With Bonus Tracks).
An Ellen Foley album takes a little getting used to, but once it's grown on you you're hooked! Now I don't say this to reflect on Ellen's abilities in any way. With only three discs to choose from, one has to consider the times and their production. Her first release, "Night Out," is probably the most infectious since "Spirit of St. Louis" and "Another Breath" both breeze through British-tinged punk and eighties-style production respectively, and I prefer the seventies sound of "Night Out" over either of those two genres. Having almost as readily dimissed "Night Out" as "Another Breath" upon my first initial listen, the second time around for each proved Foley had not only put out a product worth hearing but poured her heart and soul into every recording. Stylistically, Ellen appears as a hybrid of producer Phil Spector's two leading ladies: Veronica "Ronnie" Bennett (later Spector) and Darlene Love.
Ellen Foley Psychedelic Rock 70s Music Timeless Classic Famous Celebrities Female Singers American Singers Hard Rock Meat Loaf. She has released the albums "Nightout" (1979), "Spirit Of St. Louis" (1981), "Another Breath" (1983) and "About Time" (2013). The album "Nightout" and its singles were very successful. She has appeared on Broadway and television, where she co-starred in the sitcom Night Court.
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