Dwight Twilley - Girls mp3 album
Dwight Twilley (born June 6, 1951) is an American pop/rock singer and songwriter, best known for the Top 20 hit singles "I'm on Fire" (1975) and "Girls" (1984). His music is associated with the power pop style. Twilley and Phil Seymour performed as the Dwight Twilley Band through 1978, and Twilley has performed as a solo act since then. His latest album, Always, was released in November 2014 through Twilley's own label, Big Oak Records.
Twilley Don't Mind is the second album from the Dwight Twilley Band, recorded and released in 1977 on Shelter Records, distributed at the time by Arista Records. The band consisted of Dwight Twilley (guitar, piano, lead and harmony vocals), Phil Seymour (drums, bass, percussion, lead and harmony vocals), and Bill Pitcock IV (lead guitar, bass).
Dwight Twilley (born June 6, 1951) is an American pop/rock singer and songwriter, best known for the Top 20 hit singles "I'm on Fire" (1975) and "Girls" (1984).
Complete your Dwight Twilley collection. Notes: First solo album by Dwight Twilley after Phil Seymour left the Dwight Twilley Band. Nothing's Ever Gonna Change So Fast.
Well, I've seen so many things I've been all over the world Well, I've had ups and downs I've been over for a while I thought I knew everything Between the bad and the good Guess I was wrong because I misunderstood about Girls, girls. Girls They want you to tell Them you love them Girls They're soft and They're warm when you hug them Girls They'll tease and hurt you When you need them Girls They cry when you say That you'll leave them. Tell her what I told you Tell me what she tells you Tell her what you want to. Well, I've been so many places I just shouldn't be But then it felt so good That it was torture to leave They say you can't live without them But can you live with? I'm just one man but I'm shaking a fist at those.
Twilley's two big records, "I'm On Fire" (1976) and "Girls" (1984), but struggled to get heard throughout his career. His sole album for Arista in 1979 had the Tom Petty meets the Beatles single "Out Of My Hands" (and the B-Side was an incredible live version of "Money - That's What I Want" that should have been here). Since Petty and Twilley were friends from their Shelter Records days (Twilley is in the background of Petty's debut), Petty gave Twilley some payback on the album "Jungle.
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- Producer – John Hug, Mark Smith , Noah Shark
- Written-By – Dwight Twilley
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