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Billy Gray  - Can't Stop / Writing On The Wall album flac Performer: Billy Gray
Title: Can't Stop / Writing On The Wall
Style: Blues Rock
Released: 1973
MP3 album: 1335 mb
FLAC album: 1721 mb
Rating: 4.8
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Genre: Rock / Funk and Soul

Label: Polydor – 2060 054 Series: Discoteque Special – 2060 054 Type: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM Country: Italy Date of released: 1973 Category: Rock, Funk, Soul Style: Blues Rock.

I Can't Stop Loving You (Though I Try)" is a song written by Billy Nicholls and first released by Leo Sayer from his 1978 self-titled album on the Chrysalis label. It reached number six on the UK Singles Chart and was classified silver. An American Southern rock group, the Outlaws, recorded "I Can't Stop Loving You" on their 1980 release Ghost Riders. In 2002, Phil Collins also covered the song, as "Can't Stop Loving You". His version reached number 28 on the UK Singles Chart

Writing on the wall So you can scream The writings on the wall They'll sing, they'll sing. I couldn't seem to find you from here I only wanted to say the right words. Writings on the wall They'll speak to me Writings on the wall They'll sing to me. The writings on the wall Will scream at us Writings on the wall They'll sing they'll sing.

I Just Can't Stop It is the debut album by UK 2 tone band the Beat. The album was released in 1980 via Go Feet Records in the UK. It was released the same year in the US on Sire Records under the band name "The English Beat". Well received from the start, publications such as Rolling Stone raved that the music was "wild and threatening, sexy and sharp.

Writing on the wall' began to be used figuratively, that is providing warnings where no actual writing or walls are involved, from the early 18th century; for example, Jonathan Swift's Miscellaneous works, 1720: A baited Banker thus desponds, From his own Hand foresees his Fall; They have his Soul who have his Bonds; 'Tis like the Writing on the Wall.

Dm I have seen the writing on the wall Dm G Don't think I need anything at all Dm No don't think I need anything at all .D A A distant ship smoke on the horizon C G You are only coming through in waves C G Your lips move but I can't hear what you're saying D A When I was a child I had a fever D A My hands felt just like two ballons C G Now I've got that feeling once again C I can't explain, you would not understand G This is not how I am A Bm C(9) G D I have become comfortably numb.

Michael Jackson had recorded solo prior to the release of Off the Wall in 1979, but this was his breakthrough, the album that established him as an artist of astonishing talent and a bright star in his own right. This was a visionary album, a record that found a way to break disco wide open into a new world where the beat was undeniable, but not the primary focus - it was part of a colorful tapestry of lush ballads and strings, smooth soul and pop, soft rock, and alluring funk.