Paul Young - The Crossing album flac
Title: The Crossing
Style: Pop Rock, Synth-pop, Soul
MP3 album: 1811 mb
FLAC album: 1712 mb
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Genre: Rock / Funk and Soul / Pop
The Crossing (Paul Young album). The Crossing is the fifth album by English singer Paul Young. Released in 1993, the album peaked at on the UK Albums Chart. The album contains three UK singles: "Now I Know What Made Otis Blue" (UK "Hope in a Hopeless World" (UK and "It Will Be You" (UK
Paul Young – The Crossing. Selo: Columbia – 473928 2. Formato: CD, Album. Congas, Timbales, Shaker – Luis ConteElectric Guitar – Paul Jackson J. eyboards – Jamie MuhoberacKeyboards, Arranged By, Sequenced By, Drum Programming, Bass, Programmed By – Louis BiancanielloMixed By – Ken KessieMixed By – Laurie LathamMixed By – Very Young Daniel Bosworth Saxophone – Kirk WhalumWritten-By – Doug James, Paul Young.
The Crossing is the fifth album by English singer Paul Young The album contains three UK singles: "Now I Know What Made Otis Blue" (UK "Hope in a Hopeless World" (UK and "It Will Be You" (UK Now I Know What Made Otis Blue" is worth the price of the CD alone, but the other songs are top-notch as well.
Crossing is an album by American world music/jazz group Oregon featuring Ralph Towner, Paul McCandless, Glen Moore, and Collin Walcott which was recorded in 1984 and released on the ECM label. This was the final album recorded with Walcott, released after his death in November 1984. All compositions by Ralph Towner except as indicated. Queen of Sydney" (Paul McCandless) - 8:17.
By: Paul Young (1993, Rock). More albums from Paul Young: The Secret Of Association by Paul Young. Between Two Fires by Paul Young. Other Voices by Paul Young. Q-Tips by Paul Young. Reflections by Paul Young. Good Thing by Paul Young. Paul Young by Paul Young. View all albums . The Crossing. By: Paul Young (1993, Rock). 1. Hope In A Hopeless World. 2. Now I Know What Made Otis Blue. 4. The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter. 6. Only Game In Town.
The Crossing Album Cover Art. Paul Young.
Released in 1983, his debut album No Parlez, the first of three UK number one albums, turned him into a household name. His smooth yet soulful voice belonged to a genre known as "blue-eyed soul". At the 1985 Brit Awards, Young received the award for Best British Male.