Shirley Bassey - Keep The Music Playing album flac
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|A1||How Do You Keep The Music Playing
Written-By – Alan & Marilyn Bergman, M. Legrand*
|A2||He Was Beautiful
Written-By – C. Laine*, S. Myers*
|A3||The Power Of Love
Written-By – C. De Rouge*, G. Mende*, J. Rush*, S. Applegate*
Written-By – L. Richie*
|A5||All I Ask Of You
Written-By – A. L. Webber*, C. Hart*
|A6||I Want To Know What Love Is
Written-By – M. Jones*
|B1||Wind Beneath My Wings
Written-By – J. Silbar*, L. Harry*
Written-By – J. Lennon / P. McCartney*
|B3||That's What Friends Are For
Written-By – B. Bacharach*, C. B. Sager*
|B4||Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
Written-By – E. John / B. Taupin*
|B5||Greatest Love Of All
Written-By – L. Creed*, M. Masser*
|B6||Dio Come Ti-Amo (Oh God How Much I Love You)
Written-By – D. Medunioleo*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Freestyle Records
- Copyright (c) – Freestyle Records
- Recorded At – Westgreen Studios
- Recorded At – Wisseloord Studios
- Bass, Keyboards, Drums, Programmed By – Jude Hudson
- Bass, Piano, Keyboards – Michael Alexander
- Drums – Christian Barton, Graham Broad
- Engineer – Barry Sinclair, Emile Den Tex, Teo Gibson-Miller, Vince Hudson
- Executive Producer – Alan Bellman
- Guitar – Andy Price
- Mixed By – Teo Gibson-Miller
- Piano, Organ – Mark Sinclair
- Plated By – MAX.*
- Producer – Mark Sinclair , Michael Alexander
- Saxophone – Chris Davis*
- Vocals – Shirley Bassey
Notes℗ & © 1991 Freestyle Records.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5018271000747
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): DIN TV-21-A DMM ✳ MAX.
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): DIN TV-21-B DMM ✳ MAX.
|LP-30.030||Shirley Bassey||Keep The Music Playing (LP, Album)||Blanco Y Negro||LP-30.030||Spain||1991|
|751072||Shirley Bassey||That's What Friends Are For (CD, Album)||Pickwick Records||751072||UK||2003|
|PIESD 222||Shirley Bassey||The Greatest Love Of All (CD, Album, RE)||Castle Pie||PIESD 222||Europe||2000|
|JHD044||Shirley Bassey||Still (CD, Album)||Tring International PLC||JHD044||Europe||Unknown|
|CD 97002||Shirley Bassey||Shirley Bassey (CD, Comp)||Weton-Wesgram||CD 97002||Europe||1997|
In 1991, 35 years after she made her debut on record, Dame Shirley enjoyed yet another Top 30 UK hit with her 27th album, 'Keep the Music Playing'
Shirley's 'Keep the Music Playing' is a 1991 Album by Shirley Bassey. The album was recorded in the UK at the Westgreen Studios and in the Netherlands at Wisseloord Studios, Hilversum.
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Keep the Music Playing is a 1991 album by Shirley Bassey.
Album: Keep the Music Playing, 1991. Another great song from Shirley Bassey. Now playing: Ed Sheeran Perfect. Хит FM Большая 20-ка. The album is a mixture of contemporary pop ballads, such as "I Want to Know What Love Is" from Foreigner, the Jennifer Rush power ballad "The Power Of Love", and the more gentle "Still" from Lionel Richie, combined with standards from the field of jazz and pop, such as "He Was Beautiful", the sweet jazz ballad from Cleo Laine. The album was a commercial success and entered the UK album charts in May 1991, peaking at number 25. The original release was on vinyl, cassette and CD, the CD was issued by Dino Records in the UK and ZYX Records in Germany. FreeStyle Records is now defunct but this album has been re-issued on CD many times on various labels. Keep the Music Playing. Studio album by. Shirley Bassey.
Album Keep The Music Playing (1991). Labels Freestyle Records (9), Blanco Y Negro. If we can be the best of lovers Yet be the best of friends If we can try with everyday to make it better as it grows With any luck, then I suppose The music never ends
Dame Shirley Veronica Bassey, DBE (born 8 January 1937) is a Welsh singer. She found fame in the mid-1950s and was "one of the most popular female vocalists in Britain during the last half of the 20th century". In the US, in particular, she is best known for recording the theme songs to the James . ore . Year: 1991. Missing lyrics by Shirley Bassey? Know any other songs by Shirley Bassey?