Sheila E. - The Glamorous Club -Dance EP mp3 album
The Glamorous Life (full title Sheila E. in The Glamorous Life) is the first album by the ssionist Sheila . .The title track, "The Glamorous Life", entered the US top ten and her second single, "The Belle of St. Mark" charted in the US, UK, Ireland, Netherlands and New Zealand. All tracks written by Sheila E, except where noted. Sheila E. – lead vocals, percussion, director. Jesse Johnson – guitars. David Coleman – cello on "Oliver's House" and "The Glamorous Life".
For the Sheila E. album, see The Glamorous Life (album). For the Stephen Sondheim song, see A Little Night Music. For the Desperate Housewives episode, see The Glamorous Life (Desperate Housewives). Sheila . s live performances of the song became memorable events, most notably for her percussion solo towards the end of the song. Depending on the occasion, she would either spin around several times while drumming without missing a beat during the rigorous solo, place one highly elevated foot on a snare while standing on the other leg mid-solo, or perform with glow-in-the-dark drumsticks. The Glamorous Life" (JimmyZ vs. Bootyscratcherz 4Play Club Mix) – 6:27. The Glamorous Life" (Hotfuss Club Mix) – 6:21.
glamorous life She don't need a man's touch She wants to lead a glamorous life Without love, it ain't much She saw him standing in the section marked If you have to ask, you can't afford a lingerie She threw him bread and said make me scream In the dark what could he say Boys with small talk and. small minds Really don't impress me in bed She said, I need a man's man, baby, diamonds and furs Love would only conquer my head She wants to lead a glamorous life She don't need a man's touch She wants to lead a glamorous life Without love, it ain't much .
Sheila . First Things 1st. The Glamorous Club - Dance EP. 1986. Videos of sheila e songs. After leaving the group in 1983, Sheila began a successful solo career, starting with her critically acclaimed debut album, which included the career-defining song, "The Glamorous Life". She became a mainstream solo star in 1985 following the success of the singles, "The Belle of St. Mark", "Sister Fate", and "A Love Bizarre" with the last becoming one of her signature songs.
Sheila E – The Glamorous Life – Official Music Video. The song was written by Prince. It was released as Sheila E’s (born Sheila Escovedo) debut single from the 1984 album of the same name. The single was released in June 1984 hitting number 1 spot in the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play in the United States.
Sheila joined up with Prince in 1984 as a vocalist on "Erotic City," and released her debut solo album Sheila E. in the Glamorous Life that same year. Acclaimed for strong dance-friendly rhythms and pop-pleasing vocal hooks, Sheila . s Prince-inspired magnetic sound won her much commercial approval. Chucho Valdes, Janet Jackson, Jody Watley, Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam, Pete Escovedo, Prince.
|1||Love On A Blue Train (Full Version)||7:41|
|2||The Glamorous Life (Club Edit)||6:36|
|3||Sister Fate (Extended Version)||5:45|
|4||The Belle Of St. Mark (Dance Remix)||7:43|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA International Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Warner-Pioneer Corporation
- Made By – Warner-Pioneer Corporation
- Design – A. Furukawa*
- Producer [Directed By] – Sheila E. (tracks: 2, 4), The Starr * Company (tracks: 2, 4)
- Producer, Written By, Arranged By – Sheila E.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): T4988 014 30193 0
- Barcode (Scanned): 4988014301930
- Matrix / Runout: 28XD-448 31 +++++
- Rights Society: JASRAC
- Other (Price): ¥2,800
|P-6229||Sheila E.||The Glamorous Club - Dance EP - (12", EP)||Warner Bros. Records, Paisley Park||P-6229||Japan||1986|
|PKF 1041||Sheila E.||The Glamorous Club -Dance EP- (Cass, EP)||Paisley Park||PKF 1041||Japan||1986|
|P-6229||Sheila E.||The Glamorous Club - Dance EP - (12", EP, Promo)||Paisley Park||P-6229||Japan||1986|