2-1. Get Up And Dance. Other Voices + Full Circle (2xCD, Album, Comp, RE, RM). Elektra, Rhino Records (2), Doors Music C. Warner Music Russia.
It Slipped My Mind Distrajo Mi Mente. Bass – Leland SklarWritten-By – Krieger. Full Circle (LP, Album, San). EKS 75038, EKS-75038.
B4. The Peking King And The New York Queen. Bass – Jack ConradPercussion – Bobbi Hall, Chico Batera. 레딧. Artwork – Pacific Eye & Ear. Drums – John Densmore. Engineer, Technician – Henry Lewy. Guitar, Vocals – Robby Krieger. Illustration – Joe Garnett. Keyboards, Vocals – Ray Manzarek. Photography By – Bob Jenkins (3).
I'll Give All My Love To You (Remastered Single). Keith Sweat - YouTube. Find this Pin and more on Music by Roslyn Bynum. The Delfonics Tell Me This Is A Dream (Full Album) - YouTube.
Full Circle is the fourth studio album by American post-grunge band Creed, released on October 27, 2009. It was Creed's first release since disbanding in June 2004, prior to the release of their Greatest Hits compilation album in November 2004, and was their first studio album since Weathered in November 2001, as well as their first with their original bass guitarist Brian Marshall since his departure in August 2000. The record was produced by Howard Benson.
Full Circle shows the Doors intent on a sunnier, more upbeat approach. Manzarek's "Get Up and Dance" opens things in full early 1970s boogie mode. Obviously intended as the album's Big Hit Single, the song is well-performed, somewhat catchy, and totally anonymous (It went to number 84 in the UK charts). Krieger's "4 Billion Souls" and the JJ Cale influenced "It Slipped My Mind" carry on in the vein of Other Voices but are less interesting. The best moments on Full Circle come when The Doors and their cohorts stretch out and play. On new album Rouge, Malaysian artist Yuna embraces her identity as a global pop superstar and shuts down haters along the way. Adriane Pontecorvo.
Power of Prog (5/5) – I see Pagan’s Mind Full Circle: Live From Center Stage as one of those albums many will look back another 20 years from now and still be talking about it as if it were just freshly released today. This will last the test of time like the rest of the Pagan’s Mind library has. Sea of Tranquility (4,5/5) – Is this the best live release of 2015? It’s no contest, Full Circle is magnificent.