Guilty! (called Black & White Blues in re-releases) is a 1971 album by Eric Burdon and Jimmy Witherspoon. It was the first release by Burdon after he left his band War. In September 1970, Jimi Hendrix died after a jam session with Eric Burdon & War at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club in London. After that, Burdon often broke down on stage. On 5 February 1971 he finally left the band in the middle of their European tour, allegedly due to exhaustion
Number Nine is the ninth studio album from electronic music composer Chris Hülsbeck. It was released by Synsoniq Records in August 2007, ten years after the preceding album Extreme Assault Soundtrack was released. Track-names such as "Lombard Street" and "North Beach Night Life" as well as the cover artwork, the Golden Gate Bridge, of San Francisco, where Hülsbeck has lived since 1998, was a main source of inspiration.
The Easy Way. Number Nine. The paycheck came this morning It was made out to my name Bank sent its final warning But to me it's all the same. My John Deere's got me crusin' I'm breakin' twenty five I'm off to do some boozin' Down at my local dive
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Guilty is the third studio album by English boy band Blue. It was released on 3 November 2003 in the United Kingdom and on 25 November in the United States The album was particularly successful in the UK, Europe, Japan and New Zealand, and has sold more than . million copies worldwide. Guilty", "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours", "Breathe Easy" and "Bubblin'" were released as singles from the album. American musician Stevie Wonder has released 23 studio albums, three soundtrack albums, four live albums, 11 compilations, one box set, and 98 singles. His first album, The Jazz Soul of Little Stevie, was released in 1962 when he was 12 years old, and his most recent, A Time to Love, was released in 2005.
Melodic Metal Towersound. 2. Seven Sins on Six Strings. 4. It's Up to Me. 5. Breathe Life into Me.
Punk-Rock The Vibrators. 8. We Name The Guilty. 11. The Day They Caught The Killer. The BBC Punk Sessions. Public Enemy Number 1. Buzzin'.
Streisand’s Guilty album is her biggest selling album to date - over 5 million units worldwide. Streisand remarked, I’ve always looked back on the Guilty album as one of the easiest, most pleasant recording experiences I’ve ever had. Barry just made the process a delight. Maybe because he’s an artist himself, he understands what it takes to be a producer for another singer. Barry Gibb explained, I wanted to produce her best-selling album, and I accomplished that. At first, Gibb was nervous to work with Barbra. Below: For the week ending November 1, 1980, Guilty appeared at number one on the Billboard 200 chart. Note: The record company must submit an album to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) where it undergoes a certification process to become eligible for an award.
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