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Queen Of 59 - Dion (3) - Streetheart (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Zushakar
    A3: Queen Of '59 Written-By – Bill Touhy, Dion DiMucci: A4: If I Can Just Get Through Tonight Written-By – Peter Anders: A5: More To You (Than Meets The Eye) Written-By – Dan Grenier*, Dion DiMucci: A6: You Showed Me What Love Is Written-By – Ben Raleigh, Sam Fox: B1: Hey My Love Written-By – Mark Radice /5(11).
  2. Nikolkis
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Streetheart on Discogs.5/5(2).
  3. Samubar
    Streetheart is the seventeenth album by American singer/songwriter Dion. It was released in on the Warner Bros. Records label [1] but did not chart. An album is a collection of audio recordings issued as a collection on compact disc (CD), vinyl, audio tape, or another medium.
  4. Akikora
    Here, he cloaks Dion in darkness, with a capital D. Dion, God bless him, bounced back artistically with STREETHEART, which he co-wrote and co-produced. If the Spector production was too heavy, STREETHEART goes a little overboard on the opposite end by making the production too light, too L.A. in the daytime if you get my drift/5(23).
  5. Sagore
    Streetheart, an Album by Dion. Released in on Warner Bros. (catalog no. BS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop. Featured peformers: Dion (guitar, vocals), Michael Omartian (keyboards, backing vocals, producer, arranger, conductor), Dean Parks (guitar), Ben Benay (guitar, harmonica), Leland Sklar (bass), David Kemper (drums), Victor Feldman (percussion), Gary .
  6. Mezilar
    After the abortive experimentation of Born to Be With You, Dion seemed to retreat to relative commercial safety conshardfrigliagroupen.globinatdisdaigasinorerabeho.co safe doesn't mean bland, and from the opening number -- an unexpectedly convincing cover of "The Way You Do the Things You Do" that's just about worth the price of the album -- we get the artist pushing in different directions, embracing lots of .
  7. Mikaramar
    Apr 09,  · It remains one of my all-time favourite songs and the rest of the album doesn't fall far short of the openers' greatness, while 'Queen of 59' is a belter too. There are many albums that are categorised as 'must have' or 'critically acclaimed' - this 4/5(25).
  8. Kajitaxe
    Few bands embodied the pure excess of the '70s like Queen. Embracing the exaggerated pomp of prog rock and heavy metal, as well as vaudevillian music hall, the British quartet delved deeply into camp and bombast, creating a huge, mock-operatic sound with layered guitars and overdubbed vocals.
  9. Yoshicage
    It remains one of my all-time favourite songs and the rest of the album doesn't fall far short of the openers' greatness, while 'Queen of 59' is a belter too. There are many albums that are categorised as 'must have' or 'critically acclaimed' - this is one of them and it justifies the hype/5(22).

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