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John Stevens' Away - Can't Explain (Part 1) album flac

  • Performer: John Stevens' Away
  • Title: Can't Explain (Part 1)
  • Size FLAC ver: 1431 mb
  • Date of release: 1976
  • Style: Jazz-Rock, Contemporary Jazz
  • Other formats: MIDI ASF AC3 DTS AIFF FLAC VQF
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
John Stevens' Away - Can't Explain (Part 1) album flac

Tracklist

A Can't Explain (Part 1)
B Can't Explain (Part 2)

Credits

  • Featuring – John Martyn

Notes

Produced by John Stevens and Co-ordinated by Terry Yason for Away Productions

John Stevens' Away - Can't Explain from the 1976 album Somewhere In Between.

Listen to music from John Stevens' Away like Anni Part 1/ Anni Part 2, Anni - P. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from John Stevens' Away.

Featuring – John Martyn. Produced by John Stevens and Co-ordinated by Terry Yason for Away Productions.

I Can't Explain" is a song by the English rock band the Who, written by Pete Townshend, and produced by Shel Talmy. The song was issued as a single on 15 January 1965 in the United Kingdom and December 1964 in the United States. There was a misprinted label re-released in 1968 on the second color band series label entitled "Can't Explain" but it was soon withdrawn and released with the correct title of the song as released on the first 1964 release, and other previous and future label releases.

John Stevens' Away Vertigo,1976. John Stevens' Away,Vertigo,1976.

Rare promotional copy of John Stevens Away – Anni Part 1 and 2 on Vertigo (6059 140, released 4 June 1976). John takes lead vocal and also plays lead and rhythm guitar, other musicians are Robert Calvert (sax), Dave Cole (electric guitar), Nick Stephens (bass guitar), Ron Herman (bass) and of course John Stevens (drums).

This item:John Stevens' Away/Somewhere In Between/Mazin Ennit by John Stevens Away Audio CD £1. 8. Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). But UK Jazz Funkers will flip for the vocalized versions of "Can't Explain". Part 1 of this rare single opens with Robin Trower-like funky guitar circa his late 70ts "In City Dreams" and "Caravan To Midnight" albums (check those beauties out) Can't explain the way I feel. British Female Jazz Singer and Pianist TERRI QUAYE sings on Part 1 - continued in full-on Funk Mistress mode for Part 2 (Terri is related to both Caleb Quaye of Hookfoot and the Elton John Band as well as Finlay Quaye of "Maverick A Strike" album fame)

Jon Stevens (born 8 October 1961) is a New Zealand singer of Māori descent. Stevens is the brother of New Zealand Idol judge, Frankie Stevens. He is best known for his work with Noiseworks and Jesus Christ Superstar. Stevens was born in Upper Hutt, New Zealand where he used to play rugby league. He formed his first band while at Heretaunga College. Stevens released his debut studio album Jezebel on CBS Records in 1980. It peaked at number 7 on the New Zealand charts and was certified Gold

John My Beloved" as written by and Sufjan Stevens. I'm holding my breath My tongue on your chest What can be said of my heart? If history speaks, the kiss on my cheek Where there remains but a mark Beloved my John, so I'll carry on Counting my cards down to one And when I am dead, come visit my bed My fossil is bright in the sun. So can we contend, peacefully Before my history ends? Jesus I need you, be near me, come shield me From fossils that fall on my head There's only a shadow of me in a manner of speaking I'm dead.

I can't explain the state that I'm in The state of my heart, he was my best friend Into the car, from the back seat Oh, admiration in falling asleep All of my powers, day after day I can tell you, we swaggered and swayed Deep in the tower, the prairies below I can tell you- the telling gets old. Terrible sting and terrible storm I can tell you the day we were born Oh great sights upon this state! Hallelujah! My friend is gone, he ran away I can tell you, I love him each day Wonders bright, and rivers, lake. In the Pitchfork feature True Myth: A Conversation with Sufjan Stevens, he gave the following explanation for the song. I was just fascinated; some of my most profound spiritual and sexual experiences were at a Methodist summer camp. He’s also said very similar things at live shows and events, calling it his coming of age story.


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