Horse - Sweet Thing mp3 album
Title: Sweet Thing
Date of release: 1990
Size MP3: 1354 mb
Size FLAC: 1506 mb
Format: AC3 AU AUD ASF AAC VOX VOX
Sweet Thing" or "Sweet t Thing (Reprise)" is a suite of songs written by David Bowie for the album Diamond Dogs. Recorded in January 1974, the piece comprises the songs "Sweet Thing" and "Candidate" and a one-verse reprise of "Sweet Thing. In the opening line, "Sweet Thing" contains the lowest note Bowie had recorded in a studio album (C2) until "I Took a Trip on a Gemini Spacecraft" for the album Heathen (2002), where he growled the word "Well" (G1) towards the end of the song.
Horses is the debut studio album by American musician Patti Smith, released on November 10, 1975, on Arista Records. Smith, a fixture of the then-burgeoning New York punk rock music scene, began recording Horses with her band in 1975 after being signed to Arista Records, with John Cale being enlisted to produce the album.
HorSE - Sweet Thing Songtext. Living a little while-sweet sweet thing With you a little while-sweet sweet thing More than a little while-wanting you Now that you've gone-sweet sweet thing If I could help myself-sweet sweet thing If I could stop myself wanting you. Teile diesen Songtext.
Sweet Thing A Engineer – Noel Rafferty, Stewart Stawman Engineer – Kevin MatthewMixed By 4:08. Michael Brauer Producer – Pete Smith. B. Cat Dancing Engineer – Brian.
For other uses, see Sweet Thing (disambiguation). Studio album by Boney James. Sweet Thing is the fifth album by jazz saxophonist Boney James, released in 1997. I Still Dream" features Al Jarreau.
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Sweet Thing was a Canadian alternative rock band based in Toronto who have been signed to EMI Music Canada since 2008. They are best known for their singles "Dance Mother" and "Change of Seasons". A demo version of "Change of Seasons" is featured in the teen comedy film Easy A. Band members are originally from Ottawa and Lindsay, Ontario, and Victoria, British Columbia.