50 Words for Snow is the tenth studio album by English singer-songwriter Kate Bush, released on 21 November 2011. It was the second album released on her own label, Fish People, and Bush’s first all-new material since Aerial (2005). The album spawned the single “Wild Man”. Tracks 1 Snowflake (Kate Bush) 09:46 2 Lake Tahoe […]
“Wild Man” is a song by Kate Bush released as the lead single from her tenth studio album 50 Words for Snow. It was released as a digital download single in the United Kingdom on 11 October 2011, and peaked at number 73 on the UK Singles Chart. “Wild Man” tells the story of sightings […]
Other Peoples Rooms is an album by Mark-Almond, released in 1978. Mark-Almond was a jazz-influenced English pop group of the 1970s and early 1980s, sometimes also called The Mark-Almond Band. The core members were Jon Mark, who sang lead and played guitar, percussion, and harmonica and Johnny Almond who played saxophone, flute and bass flute […]
A Simple Way To Say “I Love You” is the sixth album by guitarist John Tropea, self released in 1999.
The Leprechaun is the ninth solo album by Chick Corea, recorded and released in 1976. It features horn and string sections, and vocals from Corea’s wife Gayle Moran, formerly of Mahavishnu Orchestra. The album was recorded during Corea’s time with his jazz fusion group Return to Forever. Though the album is more jazz oriented than […]
Kate & Anna McGarrigle is the debut album by Kate & Anna McGarrigle, released in January 1976. Guest musicians on the album include Lowell George, Bobby Keys, and Tony Levin as well as family and friends such as eldest sister Jane McGarrigle, Anna McGarrigle’s husband Dane Lanken, and the siblings’ old friend Chaim Tannenbaum. “Swimming […]
“Feel The Love (Oomachasaooma)” is a song by 10cc released as a second single from the album Windows in the Jungle in 1983. On several releases and editions the song is labeled as “Oomachasaooma (Feel the Love)”. As the band’s previous single, “24 Hours”, was released only in UK, “Feel the Love (Oomachasaooma)” became the […]