Stargazer - Live album flac
|A5||Do You Dead Me||5:00|
|A6||Song Of Despaise||6:31|
|B2||This Ain't Love||3:38|
|B3||Force Field Nights||4:45|
NotesHandcolored xerox inlay. No release date or location mentioned.
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Stargazer is the eighth album by jazz trumpeter Dave Douglas. It was released in 1997 on Arabesque Records. The album features performances by Douglas, Chris Speed, Josh Roseman, Uri Caine, James Genus and Joey Baron, and includes Douglas' interpretations of three compositions by Wayne Shorter. His remarkable sextet delivers every note with conviction and finesse".
Stargazer by Astronoid, released 02 July 2013 1. The Stargazer 2. Detachment 3. Lightspeed 4. Prologue: Equilibrium This is a concept album. William Owens All I could think the first time I heard this album was, "Man, this sounds like Silversun Pickups with blast beats. And in no way is that a bad thing.
Hard Rock Stargazer (GER). 11. Sometimes It's Heaven. 12. Break The Law. Stargazer's debut album 'Back On The Street' was reissued by Long Island Records simply titled 'Stargazer'. Stargazer - Stargazer(Reissued) - 1994. 1 Back On The Street.
Download and listen online Stargazer (Live At Stuttgart) by Rainbow. On this page you can download song Rainbow - Stargazer (Live At Stuttgart) in mp3 and listen online. Rainbow - Stargazer (Live At Stuttgart). Send lyrics Send translation Send music video.
Stargazer is a Norwegian hardrock/metal. s of Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, Whitesnake, Dio and Deep Purple; then Stargazer is a band for you. "The Sky Is The Limit" is the first teaser of the coming new album "The Sky Is The Limit" by Stargazer.
Stargazer 1983: 1. Stargazer 2. Broadway Nights 3. Give It All You Got 4. Iron Horse 5. Surrender 6. Innocent And Wild 7. Hold Your Head Up 8. Wings Of Fire Live Your Life Forever 1990: 1. Heart Of The Night 2. Line Of Fire 3. Live Your Life Forever 4. Lost Son Of A King 5. Cry Of The Nile 6. Gone. For Tomorrow 7. The Look Of Your Eyes 8. She's A Liar 9. Fire And Ice.
Stargazer" is the fifth track from British rock band Rainbow's 1976 album Rising.