Tom Browne - I Never Was A Cowboy / The Closer I Get To You mp3 album
A I Never Was A Cowboy 3:32 B The Closer I Get To You 4:28. I Never Was A Cowboy, The Closer I Get To You (7", Promo). Label Category Country Year. Arista grp gs 2502 us.
Category Artist GS 2502 Tom Browne. Category Country Year. I Never Was A Cowboy, The Closer I Get To You (7", Single). Arista, ARISTA GRP. GS 2502. I Never Was A Cowboy (7", Promo). 1979.
The Closer I Get to You" is a romantic ballad performed by African American jazz, soul, R&B, and folk singer-songwriter Roberta Flack and African American soul musician Donny Hathaway. The song was written by James Mtume and Reggie Lucas, two former members of Miles Davis's band, who were members of Flack's band at the time. Produced by Atlantic Records, the song was released on Flack's 1977 album Blue Lights in the Basement, and as a single in 1978.
A Cowboy King Lyrics. I see myself there waiting by the roadside Laid claim to nothing but a black bag and the attire I stand in No name No history Just a target on my temple and a hole in my head I could've been one of kings The shell of a boy of the man that I used to be A monkey in. a man suit I stand here as nothing to you Wind me up and watch me go. Lay down your guns! Cut me from ear to ear! Eye for an eye! The glass is long gone broken Lay down your guns! Cut me from ear to ear! Eye for an eye! The glass is long gone broken
Over and over again I tried to tell myself that we Could never be more than friends And all the while inside I knew it was real The way you make me feel . The Closer I Get To You" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
The 1977 album - re-mastered and reissued today on CD, vinyl and digitally - was brutally frank. In a break with convention, it contained ten previously unreleased songs that were recorded in a series of ‘live’ settings: onstage, backstage, in hotel rooms, on a tour bus. Browne, 70, still gigs regularly, but is no longer a prolific recording artist. In the summer of 1977, however, he was 28 - the same age Ed Sheeran is now - and riding the crest of a wave as one of the ‘Californian cowboys’ who had sprung from the Los Angeles folk circuit to define the idea of the singer-songwriter.
|I Never Was A Cowboy||3:32|
|The Closer I Get To You||4:28|
|GS 2502||Tom Browne||I Never Was A Cowboy / The Closer I Get To You (7", Promo)||ARISTA GRP||GS 2502||US||1979|
|GS 2502||Tom Browne||I Never Was A Cowboy / The Closer I Get To You (7", Single)||Arista, ARISTA GRP||GS 2502||Canada||1979|
|GS 2502||Tom Browne||I Never Was A Cowboy (7", Promo)||ARISTA GRP||GS 2502||US||1979|