Steve Race - Take One FLAC album
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Take One is the non-official debut studio album by American singer and American Idol season eight runner-up Adam Lambert, consisting of pre-Idol recordings Lambert made while working as a session musician, but released post-Idol. It was released on November 17, 2009. The album had sold 48,000 copies in the United States. This album is a collection of recordings Lambert made in 2005 while working as a session musician. Take One was released in the same month as his post-Idol debut, For Your Entertainment.
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18) with their new album Take. The 10-track LP is the follow up to October’s Take. 1 Are You There?, which peaked at No. 7 on the World Albums chart upon its release. We Are Here is fronted by the fierce dance track Alligator, which uses the reptilian metaphor to dramatically depict the intentions of someone aiming for the attentions of a romantic interest. When I've made up my mind/ I'll never let go," the members sing in the chorus. The single features lyrics written by members Jooheon and . and was written by Daniel Kim, Cage and Lee Suran.
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Steve Race was a season ticket holder and keen fan of the club. Race also wrote the acoustic guitar jingle which introduced programmes made by Southern Television in the 1970s and early 1980s. Race's autobiography, Musician at Large, was published in 1979, and in 1988 Souvenir Press Ltd published his book about his grandfather's short but interesting life, from lead miner to missionary, entitled "The Two Worlds of Joseph Race". Race was survived by his second wife and a daughter from his first marriage. Piano-Style: A Complete Guide for the Modern Dance.
I-I-I'm Lil Tay-K, I don't think you want no action (Gang, gang) You want action, you get turned into past tense (In the past) Your boys deep? Well, let's get to subtractin' (Pow, pow) Smith & Wesson made my 9 with subcompaction (Skrrt, skrrt)
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|A1||Around The World|
|A2||Over The Rainbow|
|A3||Lawrence Of Arabia|
|A4||On Green Dolphin Street|
|B1||Days Of Wine And Roses|
|B2||A Hard Day's Night|
|B3||I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face|
|B4||Never On Sunday|
|B6||The James Bond Theme|
- Recorded By – F.C.M. Productions
- Bass – Arthur Watts, Peter McGurk
- Clarinet – Keith Bird
- Drums – Allan Ganley
- Engineer – Keith Grant
- Executive Producer – Cyril Ornadel
- Flugelhorn, Trumpet – Leon Calvert
- Flute, Piccolo Flute [Piccolo], Alto Saxophone – Roy Willox
- Guitar – Dave Goldberg
- Horn – Barry Castle
- Percussion – Barry Morgan, Bobby Midgeley*, Stan Barrett, Stuart Gordon
- Piano, Harpsichord – Steve Race
- Tenor Saxophone – Danny Moss
- Trombone – Johnny Edwards, Keith Christie, Ken Goldie, Ted Barker
- Trumpet – Bert Courtley, Bert Ezzard*, Duncan Campbell, Eddie Blair
- Tuba – Alfie Reece*
NotesRecorded at Olympic Studios, London.
|T 453||Steve Race||Take One (LP, Mono, Club)||World Record Club||T 453||UK||1965|
|T 453, ST. 453||Steve Race||Take One (LP, Red)||World Record Club, World Record Club||T 453, ST. 453||UK||1965|
|S/T 4149, ST-4149||Steve Race||Plays James Bond And Other Themes (LP, Album, Club)||World Record Club, World Record Club||S/T 4149, ST-4149||Australia||1967|
|T-4149, S/T 4149||Steve Race||Plays James Bond And Other Themes (LP, Album, Mono, Club)||World Record Club, World Record Club||T-4149, S/T 4149||Australia||1967|