Marcia Hines - (Until) Your Love Broke Through mp3 album
from the album 'Shining'. (Until) Your Love Broke Through". Whatever Goes Around". The song was written by Keith Green, Randy Stonehill and Todd Fishkind and produced by Robie Porter and released in December 1976 as the third single from Hines' second studio album, Shining (1976).
Until) Your Love Broke Through. Written-By – Green, Stonehill, Fishkind. Shining (Cass, Album). Miracle Records (4). MC 701.
Marcia Hines singles chronology. From the Inside" (1975). I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself" (1976). "Don't Let the Grass Grow", "You Gotta Let Go"" (1976). Marcia Hines recorded a version of the track and released it as the lead single from her second studio album, Shining (1976). The B-Side was "Trilogy" was included on her debut studio album, Marcia Shines (1975). What I Did for Love".
Vinyl 1. 1. Until Your Love Broke Through. 2 Whatever Goes Around.
Life (Marcia Hines album), Life is the twelfth studio album by Australian singer Marcia Hines, released in Australia on 17 November 2007 see 2007 in music It peaked at "MARCIA HINES - Life ALBUM" Australian-Charts Retrieved 27 October 2014. "Marcia Hines Biography" wwwtake40com Archived from the original on 29 October 2014 Retrieved 29 October 2014. Until Your Love Broke Through". Something's Missing In My Life". Your Love Still Brings Me to My Knees". What a Bitch Is Love". Many Rivers to Cross".
The Essential Marcia Hines 1976. Your Love Still Brings Me to My Knees. In 1980, Hines left the Wizard label and signed with Midnight (through WEA. She scored a minor hit with "Your Love Still Brings Me to My Knees"/"&Till It's Too Late" (number ten in August 1981) and her next album, Take It from the Boys, reached number 16 in October 1981. The compilation album Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 fared better, reaching number two in February 1982. Hines spent the next decade raising her daughter Deni until 1993 when she appeared on stage in The Masters of Rhythm and Taste. In 1994, she released her first album in 12 years, Right Here and Now, which produced the singles "Rain (Let the Children Play)" (August 1994) and "Give It All You've Got" (October) and a national tour in March 1994.
Discotheque (Marcia Hines album). Love Sides is the seventh studio album by American-Australian singer Marcia Hines. The album was her last pop album until 1994 as Hines decided to concentrate on theatre work. Image: Love Sides (EU) by Marcia Hines. You (Marcia Hines song). You" is a 1977 single by Australian recording artist Marcia Hines, first recorded by writer Tom Snow on his 1975 Taking It All In Stride LP.
She was the subject of the 2001 biography Diva: the life of Marcia Hines which coincided with the release of the compilation album Diva. Since 2003 she has been a judge on Australian Idol, and her elevated profile led to a renewed interest in her as a performer. Her 2006 album, Discotheque, peaked at number 6 on the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) albums chart.
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