Black - At The Tokyo Power Station mp3 album
After a break for January, the Album of the month feature is back. For February 2014 we are featuring the Live EP from 1988 – Live at the Tokyo Power Station.
The Power Station was a 1980s supergroup made up of singer Robert Palmer, former Chic drummer Tony Thompson, and Duran Duran members John Taylor (bass) and Andy Taylor (guitar). Bernard Edwards, also of Chic, was involved on the studio side as recording producer and for a short time also functioned as The Power Station's manager. Edwards also replaced John Taylor on bass for the recording of the band's follow-up album.
The success of ‘Wonderful life’ enabled Black to tour worldwide, including playing live at the Tokyo Power Station in April 1988. At a time when many pop performances were mimed, this four track live EP records how Black recreated the band’s sophisticated studio sound on the stage. The four tracks are ‘Ravel in the rain’, ‘All we need is the money’, ‘Sixteens’ and ‘Wonderful life’. The CD includes a lyric sheet, in English and Japanese. This EP remains the only official document of Black’s live sound at the peak of the band’s fame and popularity
The album peaked at no. 6 on US Billboard 200 and no. 12 on the UK Albums Chart. All three singles released from the album were Top 40 hits in the United States. All songs written by Robert Palmer, Andy Taylor, and John Taylor; except where noted.
Mr. Tomohiko Isogai, Plant Chief Superintendent at the Fukushima Daiichi NPS, welcomed delegates and informed them of the current status of decommissioning work. On the previous day, KEPCO and TEPCO exchanged opinions about various issues at TEPCO Headquarters. es to gain a better understanding of each other. Mr. Junghee Lee said that the discussions were meaningful and that the experience was very eye-opening adding that he, learned a lot about both the challenges being faced and the great achievements made at Fukushima Daiichi.
Tokyo Station City, the only 'station-city' in the world, bending history, tradition, culture, art, science, business, and advanced technology. 1F Exit the 1F Yaesu South Gate and turn right. Take the elevator in front of the South Tower to B1. Opening hours.
|Ravel In The Rain||3:39|
|All We Need Is The Money||4:14|
|D15Y3249||Black||At The Tokyo Power Station (CD, EP)||A&M Records||D15Y3249||Japan||1988|
|D15Y3249||Black||At The Tokyo Power Station (CD, EP, Promo)||A&M Records||D15Y3249||Japan||1988|