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Faith, Hope & Charity - Growing Pains mp3 album

  • Performer: Faith, Hope & Charity
  • Title: Growing Pains
  • Genre: Electronic / Pop
  • Country: Germany
  • Formats: AAC MP3 ADX MIDI VOX WAV AHX
  • Released: 1990
  • Style: House, Europop, Euro House
  • MP3 album: 1550 mb
  • FLAC album: 1203 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 169
Faith, Hope & Charity  - Growing Pains mp3 album

Faith Hope & Charity was a short lived British group that featured Dani Behr, Sally Ann Marsh and Diana Barrand. They released two singles and an album.

Follow the adventures of Hope, Faith & Charity, the formerly feral and disease-ridden kittens rescued b. .

Faith, Hope & Charity is the name of the group and the album, but the auteur of this 1975 LP is Van McCoy, the soul songwriter, producer, and arranger who was riding high that year on the strength of his single "The Hustle. To Each His Own" is a good calling card for the pleasures within Faith, Hope & Charity, a record where the three vocalists acquit themselves well but are always in service to the rich, shimmering imagination of McCoy.

Faith Hope & Charity was a short lived British group that featured Dani Behr, Sally Ann Marsh and Diana Barrand.

Faith, Hope & Charity. Faith, Hope & Charity - Little Bit of Love 07:23. Faith, Hope & Charity - To Each His Own (That's My Philosophy) 05:19. Faith, Hope & Charity - To Each His Own (That's My Philosophy) 03:24. Faith, Hope & Charity - Find a Way 03:21. Faith, Hope & Charity - Don't Go Looking for Love 03:31. Faith, Hope & Charity - Faith, Hope & Charity. Life Goes On - Faith, Hope & Charity. Heavy Love - Faith, Hope & Charity.

The allegory of faith, hope and charity are important symbols of the early modern period, becoming prominent from the late 18th century and still utilised today in jewels. Theology is one of the primary reasons for the creation of mourning and sentimental jewels, being a key identifier in someone’s understanding of the afterlife and their relationship virtues. From the Neoclassical period of art and fashion, jewels evolved to depict the individual and move away from the identity of death. The 19th century tried to pull this back to its traditional roots, but this created a schism between personal and fundamental thought. Faith, hope and charity existed during these times, adapting to the modern fashion, and hence, remaining fashionable. Symbols became more streamlined and simple. Typically, these motifs were used and given in charms as a token of love and remembrance.

Tracklist

A Growing Pains (Pettibone Remix) 4:29
B Growing Pains (Extended Dub Mix) 6:15

Credits

  • Engineer [Remix] – Alan Gregorie
  • Executive Producer – Nicky Graham
  • Producer – Nicky Graham
  • Producer [Additional Production], Remix – Shep Pettibone
  • Producer [Assistant] – Terry Taylor

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9031-72415-7, YZ 523 Faith, Hope & Charity Growing Pains ‎(7", Single) WEA, WEA 9031-72415-7, YZ 523 Germany 1990
YZ523SAM Faith, Hope & Charity Growing Pains ‎(12", Promo) Wea Music YZ523SAM UK 1990
9031-72437-2, YZ523CD Faith Hope & Charity* Growing Pains ‎(CD, Maxi) WEA, WEA 9031-72437-2, YZ523CD UK & Europe 1990
9031-72415-7, YZ 523 P Faith, Hope & Charity Growing Pains ‎(7", Single) WEA, WEA 9031-72415-7, YZ 523 P UK 1990
YZ523, 9031-72415-7 Faith, Hope & Charity Growing Pains ‎(7", Single) WEA, WEA YZ523, 9031-72415-7 UK 1990




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