Performer: Camelia Jazz Title: That's My Home Duration: 01:05:54 Location: Audiophile Recording Studio, New Orleans, LA Relesed: August 10, 1994 Recording date: February 6, 1995 & February 7, 1995 Rating: 4.7 Votes: 497 Other formats: DTS FLAC WMA WAV AHX MP3
My 3d album LOST is out NOW. Thanks to everyone who has helped with it, both intimately or peripherally, and to all the passionate friends who also worked hard since the beginning of it, as if it were their own. It became theirs also. I hope this music will help to open minds, give birth to ideas and inspire my generation. We are the people We are the masses We are the strength We are the future
Or what I mean is that it's good. A classic from a classic album. This song, and the album it is on, influenced multiple jazz, pop, and rock musicians. After you listen to this song you can't help but be more knowledgeable about music. As a trumpeter, there's no argument here.
Album Millennium Mother. Remember to put on silencer Exactly like our mother's words We forget about spilled wine But the stain will not be gone Though the violence is familiar And the touch of their fingers bitter and sweet The flavors are not yours to seize Don't ever give in please Camelia. I was the one to venture Settling only for more I've poured out my everything My everything inside With grown up eyes You'll see Some men are pigs Some girls are the same Why would their lies stop tonight.
It is named after the ABBA song "That's Me". In addition to solo hits by Fältskog, the album includes three ABBA songs with lead vocals by Agnetha and the recently discovered 1981 demo of "The Queen of Hearts".
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That's My Home
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