General Kane - Wide Open mp3 album
Cassette - Motown 238). General Kane's second album tried the same strategy as its predecessor. It also landed one mild urban contemporary hit, but didn't establish Kane as a consistent attraction.
General Kane Album: Wide Open Label: Motown Year: 1987. Side 1 1 Girl Pulled The Dog - 0:16 2 Flashlight - 1:58 3 Woppity Wob - 3:13 4 Love Knee Deep - 4:02 5 Close Your Eyes - 4:56. Side2 1 House Party - 6:09 2 The Grown Up - 8:20 3 Wide Open - 9:13 4 Friction - 10:00. Produced by Mitch McDowell and Curtis Anthony Nolen. General Caine, General Kane - Mitch McDowell.
With Arms Wide Open" is a song by American rock band Creed. It was released on April 24, 2000 as the third single from their second studio album, Human Clay. The song topped the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart (most airplay of a track from an album) for four weeks in July 2000; a month later it reached the . In October, the song hit the top ten and topped the Billboard's Adult Top 40 chart for eight weeks.
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Just a slow down small town Just a deep south home crowd With nothing to do and nothing to lose The same old paper and same old news. We'd ride around 10:30 on a Friday We'd hurry to a parkin lot With all our friends Turning up the heat when We finally made it to the weekend. We put the gas to the floor Yeah, we hit it wide open Two-lane highway rolling With no one around, slowing us down Radio loud, had the speakers all blowing Dials wide open Feet on the dash with her hand out the window Smiling a look in her eye letting me know She didn't care where we were.
General Kane (known as General Caine before 1986) was an American music group fronted by Mitch McDowell (born Mitchell Leon McDowell on June 29, 1954, in San Bernardino, California; died January 22, 1992 in San Bernardino). McDowell took the professional name General Kane in tribute to an officer who had supported his artistic ambitions when he was at military school. After leaving that institution, he formed the group Booty People. They released one album for MCA Records. The group's album Wide Open did include a romantic ballad, "Close Your Eyes", which featured vocals from two of the group's less prominent members, Cheryl McDowell and Danny Macon. Mitch McDowell pursued a career in law enforcement as a bail bondsman after leaving the music industry. He was murdered in January 1992 along with a nephew, Akili John Davis, 18, who worked in his office.
|A1||Girl Pulled The Dog||4:15|
|A4||Love Knee Deep||3:40|
|A5||Close Your Eyes||3:35|
|B2||The Grown Up||4:02|
- Producer – Curtis Anthony Nolen, General Kane
NotesSame record, but different Label graphics than Wide Open
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix Label Side One): 6238MLA
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix Label Side Two): 6238MLB
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side One): 6238ML-A-15A YZL
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side Two): 6238ML-B-15A YZL
- Barcode (Scanned): 050109623815
|ZL 72589||General Kane||Wide Open (LP, Album)||Motown||ZL 72589||Germany||1987|
|MOTC-6238||General Kane||Wide Open (Cass, Album)||Motown||MOTC-6238||Canada||1987|
|6238ML||General Kane||Wide Open (LP, Album)||Motown||6238ML||US||1987|
|6238ML||General Kane||Wide Open (LP, Album, Promo)||Motown||6238ML||US||1987|
|MOT-6238||General Kane||Wide Open (LP, Album)||Motown||MOT-6238||Canada||1987|