Patterson Barrett - When I Was Your Age... mp3 downloadPerformer: Patterson Barrett
Title: When I Was Your Age...
Location: The Production Block Studios, Austin, TX
Size MP3 version: 1266 mb
Size FLAC version: 1779 mb
Size WMA version: 1640 mb
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Genre: Pop Rock
Patterson Barrett - When I Was Your Age... mp3 download
by Patterson Barrett, released 02 October 2012 1. Come back To Me 2. I'm Not Listening 3. Forever Mine 4. Now And Then 5. Watching Amy Dance 6. In Your Own Voice 7. The Wrong Way 8. Hot Potato 9. I Don't Want To Go 10.
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Barrett is the second and final studio album of new material released by former Pink Floyd frontman Syd Barrett. Recording began at Abbey Road Studios on 26 February 1970, and lasted for 15 sessions until 21 July. The album was produced by Pink Floyd's guitarist David Gilmour and keyboardist Richard Wright, who also contributed on bass guitar and keyboards respectively, along with previous Madcap contributor Jerry Shirley on drums.
Rahsaan Patterson returns on May 17 with Heroes & Gods, his first album for Shanachie Entertainment. I didn’t say to myself that I’m going to take seven years between albums, says Patterson of his recording hiatus. But it was intentional in that I always allow myself time to live and experience life so that I have something to say when I come back. Trivia fans will recall that Patterson initially attracted national attention at the tender age of 10 when he began the first of four seasons playing The Kid on the 1980’s television show Kids Incorporated. Rahsaan Patterson: When I was working on the foundational structure of the music, the chorus came. It was a reminder to myself of my own power and the cultural and political roles that we have as artists to influence younger generations. It’s also a testament to who we are as black folks and queer folks.
Patterson Barrett - "When I Was Your Ag. .In Your Own Voice 04:00. Nobody's Fault But Your Own 06:11. Come Back to Me 04:51. I'm Not Listening 04:33. I Don't Want to Go 03:59 " Patterson Barrett - Another Christmas, 2009. Another Christmas (You're Not Here) 04:17. Santa Claus Is On The Loose 04:21. All songs from Another Christmas. Patterson Barrett - I Must Be Dreaming, 2007. Somewhere Far Away 04:50. Take The Stage 02:58.
i would sat 1968 he officialy started lossing it. After his album "Barrett" he was never seen again by the Floyd members until 1975, when they were rec. ding wish you were here. And they showed him shine on you crazy diamond and he said "it sounds a bit boring" and left.
Age may be only a number, but at the time Aaliyah released her amazing debut, she was 15. 9. Most of the members of the Wu-Tang Clan were in their early 20s when they released their classic debut, but GZA was a bit older, and had a career in rap before the Clan. 15. Robert Pollard was 37 when Guided By Voices released Bee Thousand. The album lifted him out of total obscurity, and made him a hero to late bloomers everywhere. 16. Nas made one of the best rap albums of all time when he was only 21. 17. Prince made his first record at 19, but didn't become a superstar until he was 26.
|1||Come Back To Me Patterson Barrett||Patterson Barrett||4:51|
|2||I'm Not Listening Patterson Barrett||Patterson Barrett||4:33|
|3||Forever Mine Patterson Barrett||Patterson Barrett||3:13|
|4||Now And Then Patterson Barrett||Patterson Barrett||3:35|
|5||Watching Amy Dance||Patterson Barrett||4:29|
|6||In Your Own Voice Patterson Barrett||Patterson Barrett||4:00|
|7||The Wrong Way Patterson Barrett||Patterson Barrett||4:22|
|8||Hot Potato Patterson Barrett||Patterson Barrett||3:30|
|9||I Don't Want To Go Patterson Barrett||Patterson Barrett||3:59|
|10||Nobody's Fault But Your Own Patterson Barrett||Patterson Barrett||6:11|
CreditsJuliann Banks - Duet, Vocal Harmony, Vocals
Patterson Barrett - Accordion, Bass, Bass (Upright), Composer, Cover Art Concept, Engineer, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Lap Steel Guitar, Mandolin, Organ, Pedal Steel, Percussion, Piano, Piano (Electric), Primary Artist, Producer, Vocal Harmony
BettySoo - Vocal Harmony
Bonnie Bramlett - Vocal Harmony, Vocals
Valerie Cline - Back Cover Photo, Photography
Lynn Forsdale - Cover Photo
Jon Hahn - Drums
Cam King - Art Direction, Inside Photo
Danny Levin - Fiddle
Gurf Morlix - Guitar (Electric), Vocals
Mike Rieman - Bass, Drums
Jonathan Simons - Harmonica
Tommy Taylor - Drums
Emerson Wells-Barrett - Drums