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Deodato - Motion album flac

  • Performer: Deodato
  • Album: Motion
  • FLAC: 1487 mb | MP3: 1437 mb
  • Released: 1984
  • Country: Europe
  • Style: Synth-pop, Disco
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 846
  • Format: MP4 MMF AIFF VOC MIDI AHX ADX
Deodato - Motion album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 S.O.S. Fire In The Sky
Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Camille Written-By – Alan Palanker, Rick Suchow
6:19
A2 Never Knew Love
Backing Vocals – Jerry Barnes, Katreese BarnesLead Vocals – Katreese BarnesWritten-By – Jerry Barnes, Katreese Barnes
5:48
A3 Bus Stop
Tenor Saxophone – Bob MalachWritten-By – Eumir Deodato
7:07
B1 Motion
Lead Vocals, Vocoder – Katreese BarnesWritten-By – Jerry Barnes, Katreese Barnes
6:15
B2 Are You For Real
Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Camille Written-By – Rick Suchow
5:10
B3 Make You Feel Good
Vocals – Jerry BarnesWritten-By – Alan Palanker, Jerry Barnes, Katreese Barnes, Norman Durham
6:09

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Warner-Pioneer Corporation
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records
  • Copyright (c) – Warner Bros. Records

Credits

  • Art Direction, Design – Steve Gerdes
  • Co-producer [Production Assistant] – Ken Bellero
  • Cover [Cover Art] – Joanne Hertz
  • Engineer – Mallory Earl
  • Mastered By – José Rodriguez
  • Photography By – Carolyn Greyshock*
  • Producer – Eumir Deodato

Notes

Comes with OBI band, Japanese info/lyric insert and English lyric sheet. "Sample 見本盤" sticker on cover.
Price was 2,800 yen

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped): P-13046-1 T O
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped): P-13046-2 T O
  • Rights Society: JASRAC

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
925 175-1 Deodato* Motion ‎(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records 925 175-1 Europe 1984
604.7084 Deodato* Motion ‎(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records 604.7084 Brazil 1984
9 25175-1, 1-25175 Deodato* Motion ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records 9 25175-1, 1-25175 US 1984
6070 Deodato* Motion ‎(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records 6070 Colombia 1984
25175-1 Deodato* Motion ‎(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records 25175-1 South Korea 1984


Tracks: 1. Super Strut 00:00 2. Rhapsody in Blue (George Gershwin) 08:57 3. Nights in White Satin (Justin Hayward) 17:46 4. Pavane for a Dead Princess.

This album has an average beat per minute of 116 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 100/137 BPM).

Fire in the Sky (featuring Camille). Never Knew Love (featuring Juicy). Motion (featuring Juicy). Are You for Real (featuring Camille). Make You Feel Good (featuring Juicy).

Motion ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial). A Private Collection.

Fire In The Sky, 2. Never Knew Love, 3. Bus Stop, 4. Motion, 5. Are You For Real, 6. Make You Feel Good. More albums from Eumir Deodato: Prelude by Eumir Deodato. Deodato 2 by Eumir Deodato. First Cuckoo by Eumir Deodato. Inútil Paisagem – As Maiores Composições de Antonio Carlos Jobim by Eumir Deodato. Happy Hour by Eumir Deodato. Love Island by Eumir Deodato. Los Danseros En Bolero by Eumir Deodato. The Gentle Rain: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Recording by Eumir Deodato. View all albums . Motion.

Features Song Lyrics for Deodato's Motion album. Deodato - Motion Album Lyrics. Fire In the Sky Lyrics. Deodato Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Deodato Lyrics.

Eumir Deodato de Almeida (Brazilian Portuguese: ; born June 22, 1942) is a Brazilian pianist, composer, arranger, and record producer, primarily in jazz but who has been known for his eclectic melding of genres, such as pop, rock, disco, rhythm and blues, classical, Latin and bossa nova. Deodato has been nominated for three Grammy Awards, winning the 1974 Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Performance for "Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001)".

Album · 1983 · 6 Songs. Records, manufactured and marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.

Wounded Bird packages together two of Deodato's pop efforts from the 1980s in this issue. Happy Hour was released in 1980 and scored big with its title track. Deodato was evolving from his disco-drenched albums of the late '70s here, and adding slick radio pop into his bag of tricks. The deep keyboard-driven basslines and faux disco beats were still prevalent in the mix, but they were being textured and expanded upon with slippery jazz tropes and funk riffs.