|3A||Wrong Side Of Love|
|A4||I'm Coming Home|
|A5||So Happy Now|
|A6||Living Too Fast|
|B1||Colours Of Life|
|B2||I Fold My Hands|
|B3||Sweet Times Gone|
|ROSECD 298||Bruno Green & The Easy Sliders*||Strange Moody Time (CD, Album)||New Rose Records||ROSECD 298||France||1992|
Strange Times is the fifteenth album by the rock band The Moody Blues, released in 1999. This was the last Moody Blues album to feature longtime flautist and vocalist Ray Thomas. English Sunset" (Justin Hayward) - 5:05. Haunted" (Hayward) - 4:31.
Album, 1992, New Rose Records. 1. Longrider Overture. 3. Wrong Side of Love. 2. Dark Smoke in the Rain. 4. Killer on the Road. 8. Lights Out, Radio on. 9. Glad You're Home. 10. Maverick Bar. 11. Steam on My Specs.
The 25 Greatest Soundtracks of All Time. From ‘Easy Rider’ to ‘A Hard Day’s Night’. Alongside that band's delicious "Nothin' in the World Can Stop Me Worryin' 'Bout That Girl" is the Creation’s lesser-known British-invasion nugget "Making Time," along with moody jazz (Zoot Sims' "Blinuet"), high-fructose period pop (Cat Stevens' "Here Comes My Baby") and some of Mark Mothersbaugh's tastiest post-Devo instrumentals.
The sliders are awesome and a great price. Cool hang out vibe with lots of seating. Came during a busy night and found a seat immediately. In the window that pops up, make sure Location is set to Ask or Allow. Easy Slider in downtown Dallas' Deep Ellum was the perfect spot for sliders on the patio! Great service from Samantha; we enjoyed the 'The Notorious . G,' 'The Sweet & Lowdown,' and 'It's All Gouda.
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The tireless pastor and acrobatic vocalist leads his ministry through breathless versions of Gave It All, which swirls with soul-quaking percussion and intricately dancing backing vocals, and Love Me Too Much, a big and rollicking thank-you to the Lord for awakening his spirit. The sonically curious Greene also incorporates touches of reggae on You Got Up, perhaps the set’s most participatory moment.