John Denver - Shanghai Breezes / What One Man Can Do album flac
|What One Man Can Do||3:04|
|PB-13071||John Denver||Shanghai Breezes / What One Man Can Do (7")||RCA||PB-13071||US||1982|
|PB-3071||John Denver||Shanghai Breezes (Brisa De Shanghai) / What One Man Can Do (Lo Que Un Hombre Puede Hacer) (7", Single)||RCA Victor||PB-3071||Spain||1982|
|RCA 218||John Denver||Shanghai Breezes (7")||RCA Victor||RCA 218||UK||1982|
|JH 13071||John Denver||Shanghai Breezes (7", Mono, Promo)||RCA||JH 13071||US||1982|
|103966||John Denver||Shanghai Breezes (7", Single)||RCA Victor||103966||Australia||1982|
|PB 3071||John Denver||Shanghai Breezes (7", Single)||RCA Victor, RCA||PB 3071||Germany||1982|
|PB-3071||John Denver||Shanghai Breezes (7", Single)||RCA||PB-3071||Netherlands||1982|
|PB-3071||John Denver||Shanghai Breezes (7", Single, Promo)||RCA||PB-3071||Spain||1982|
Greatest Hits, Volume 3 - Студийный альбом от John Denver. В альбом вошло 11 треков.
Seasons of the Heart is the 16th studio album by American singer-songwriter John Denver released in February, 1982. The singles released from this album are "Shanghai Breezes", "What One Man Can Do" and "Seasons of the Heart. The album cover is a self-portrait of Denver entering the Purple Cloud Cave in Hangzhou, China. All tracks composed by John Denver; except where indicated. Seasons of the Heart" - 3:48. Opposite Tables" - 3:56. Relatively Speaking" (Denver, lyrics: Arthur Hancock) - 3:33.
B. What One Man Can Do. 3:04. Companies, etc. Published By – Cherry Lane Music Publishing Company Inc. Record Company – RCA Corporation. Mastered At – Europadisk.
Season Of The Heart 2. Opposite Table 3. Relative Speaking 4. Dreams 5. Nothing but a breeze 6. What one man can do 7. Shanghai breezes 8. Island 9. Heart to heart 10. Perhaps Love 11. Children of the universe. Seasons of the Heart.
Shanghai Breezes" is the title of a popular song by the American singer-songwriter John Denver. Released as a single from his 1982 album Seasons of the Heart, "Shanghai Breezes" would become Denver's fifteenth and final Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at during the spring of 1982. It also became the singer's ninth song on the adult contemporary chart. Single by John Denver. from the album Seasons of the Heart. What One Man Can Do". Released.
What One Man Can Do. John Denver. La letra ha sido escrita por JOHN DENVER; publicada por RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC. Musica. com ha obtenido la licencia de esta letra a través de LyricFind.
The Wildlife Concert. Shanghai Breezes Lyrics. Shanghai Breezes is found on the album The Wildlife Concert. There are lovers who walk hand in hand in the park And lovers who walk all alone There are lovers who lie unafraid in the dark And lovers who long for home I couldn't leave you even if I wanted to You're in my dreams and always near And especially when I sing the songs I wrote for you You are. in my heart and living there
Lyrics to Shanghai Breezes by John Denver from the Seasons of the Heart album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! . Henry John Deutschendorf, Jr. (December 31, 1943 – October 12, 1997), known professionally as John Denver, was an American singer/songwriter, activist, and humanitarian. After traveling and living in numerous locations while growing up in his military family, Denver began his music career in folk music groups in the late 1960s. His greatest commercial success was as a solo singer. Throughout his life, Denver recorded and released approximately 300 songs, about 200 of which he composed
From the Album John Denver's Greatest Hits (1990). com) Take Me Home, Country Roads Follow Me Starwood in Aspen For Baby (For Bobbie) Rhymes and Reasons Leaving on a Jet Plane Eagle and the Hawk Sunshine on My Shoulders Goodbye Again Poems, Prayers and Promises Rocky Mountain High. From the Album The Flower That Shattered The Stone (1990). com) Seasons Of The Heart Opposite Tables Relatively Speaking Dreams Nothing But A Breeze What One Man Can Do Shanghai Breezes Islands Heart To Heart Perhaps Love Children Of The Universe. From the Album Some Days Are Diamonds (1981).