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Country Song - Duncan Browne - Duncan Browne (CD, Album)


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  1. Duncan Browne 's final album, released poshumously two years after his death, is a gloriously beautiful (and all the more tragic, for that reason) swan song. Browne 's magnificently expressive voice and guitar are nicely showcased in the relatively stripped down yet still art rock-focused sound of his late-career work -- "Scull Twins" and "Misunderstood" are still unabashed successors to the kind of pop .
  2. Nov 08,  · Country Song ( Remaster) · Duncan Browne Duncan Browne ℗ Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company Performance: Duncan Browne Producer: Mickie Most Composer: D Browne.
  3. A prima donna, slipped into her leather But she was restless She knew it in her heart of hearts She said "Tonight you'd better pull yourself together, Because tonight I'm gonna pull myself apart!" Out on the streets Everyone is searchin' for a thrill But she's the only one.
  4. It is Blunstone and former Browne's former bandmakes that makes the music on this cd sing. A special bonus is the inclusion of the cult classic "The Wild Places" not available since It is a new millenium, a perfect time to discover or rediscover Duncan Browne/5(4).
  5. Label: Wasabi Records (4) - WSBAC • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Prog Rock Duncan Browne - The Wild Places (, CD) | .
  6. AllMusic Review by Bruce Eder. Following his stint in the group Metro with Sean Lyons and Peter Godwin, Duncan Browne turned up in with his first solo album since the dawn of the '70s. The Wild Places isn't much like his Immediate album Give Me, Take You -- indeed, it's more like a lost Roxy Music album, or perhaps a lost Bryan Ferry record. It's electric, and the music has a sense of drama .
  7. I had Duncan Browne's self-titled second album on my Amazon wish list for at least six months before purchasing it. To be honest, the cover art really held me back--Browne's long, shiny locks and pensive, boyish face led me to believe this was going to be another one of those sighing, quiet, and spineless singer/songwriter albums/5(16).
  8. The Wild Places is the third studio album by English singer-songwriter and musician Duncan Browne. Released in through Logo and Sire Records, it is Browne's first solo album since his departure from the band Metro that year, and features contributions from session musicians Tony Hymas, John Giblin and Simon Phillips.

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