The Max Mouse And Gorillas - Steppin' Out FLAC album
Опубликовано: 28 окт. 2012 г. Max Mouse and The Gorillas - Steppin' Out - MoHo - Peterborough, Ontario 25 July 2012.
Текст песни: Yellow Claw just hit my line So let’s get this fucking money When I start, keep it coming I like hundreds, I like twenties.
Max Mouse & The Gorillas. Cover, Media grading. 1. Steppin' Out. Way Down.
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Steppin' Out is a live album by the British singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading. The title is taken from her song of the same name which was first released in 1975 on her second studio album Back to the Night. A DVD with the same title, containing concerts recorded by WDR in 1979 and 1980, was released in 2004. The album was recorded live during the North American leg of her To the Limit tour and released in the UK in October 1979 by A&M (AMLH 64789)
Steppin' Out" is the last song on side one, and takes us on a journey through Manhattan in a taxi. All the tracks on the album segue together, which is a casualty of digital, song by song downloads. The video featured a housekeeper pretending she was a Cinderella figure, and was filmed over one night in the St. Regis Hotel in New York City. According to the VH1 show Pop Up Video, the phrase "steppin' out" was coined in New York City in the 1930s. When Joe Jackson's marriage broke he moved to New York to record Night And Day. The title is from the Cole Porter song, and the album was designed to have the feel of 24 hours in New York City, with the first side representing "Day" and the second "Night.
Steppin' Out also reunites Alpert with keyboardist Jeff Lorber, who appeared on Alpert's 1997 album, Passion Dance, and who produced his 1996 album, Second Wind.
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