The Balls Of London - Street Sense 2 album flac
- Album: Street Sense 2
- FLAC: 1538 mb | MP3: 1296 mb
- Released: 1995
- Style: Deep House
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 870
- Format: RA XM MIDI MP1 AU FLAC APE
|A1||Don't Wanna Believe (Original Mix)||6:33|
|A2||Don't Wanna Believe (Remix Instrumental)||5:10|
|B1||Don't Wanna Believe (Remix)||5:47|
|B2||Go To Work (Reprise)||5:14|
- Copyright (c) – Cutting Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Cutting Records, Inc.
- Published By – Cutting Records Music
- Published By – 2 Dope Music
- Mastered At – Absolute Audio
- Executive-Producer – Amado & Aldo Marin
- Mastered By – Tom Brick
- Presenter – The Balls Of London
- Producer, Written-By, Mixed By – Fran Sidoli, Ricky Morrison
NotesProduced, written & mixed by Ricky Morrison for 2 DOPE Productions and Fran Sidoli for 4-11 Productions.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 28762 03391 3
- Rights Society: ASCAP
The best version of Ralph McTell singing The Streets of London through the years. Did you know the song was originally called Streets of Paris?
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The London Wall was the defensive wall first built by the Romans around Londinium, their strategically important port town on the River Thames in what is now London, England, and subsequently maintained until the 18th century. It is now the name of a road in the City of London running along part of the course of the old wall between Wormwood Street and the Rotunda junction where St. Martin's Le Grand meets Aldersgate Street
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Written-By – Thor Baldursson, Tom Moulton.
Complete your The Salsoul Orchestra collection. Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. より多くの画像. The Salsoul Orchestra – Street Sense.
His song Streets Of London rocketed to number two in 1974, selling 90,000 copies a day at one point, and is generally regarded as a classic. McTell wrote the song after. Not wishing to offend Parisians, he changed the setting to London, but felt the song was too depressing and left it off his debut album. However, when a fellow folk star began playing it live with great success, McTell included the song on his second album, 1969’s Spiral Staircase. Streets Of London soon became a firm favourite in UK folk circles and when McTell signed to a major label in 1974, they convinced him to re-record it with a backing band. McTell produced the re-recording himself then watched in amazement as it soared up the charts, peaking at number two that Christmas.
Just where Tooley Street meets the underpass beneath London Bridge is this little rat – one of many that Banksy has left around London over the years. They’re kind of like his minions, wreaking havoc across the city. This rodent on this City street is holding a sign saying ‘I Love Robbo’, a reference to King Robbo, another famous street artist. Hard to say if this is sincere or not: the two had a famous feud until the latter’s death in 2014. They even went so far as to repeatedly paint over each other’s work along a stretch of Regent's Canal in Camden.
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