Simply Red - Simply Red Interview mp3 downloadPerformer: Simply Red
Title: Simply Red Interview
Style: Adult Contemporary,Blue-Eyed Soul,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Soul
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Size FLAC version: 1447 mb
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Genre: Pop Rock
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Home (Album Version). Fake (Album Version). You Make Me Feel Brand New.
Simply Red. Simply Red Interview.
Home is the eighth Simply Red studio album, released in 2003. It is the first Simply Red album released on band frontman Mick Hucknall's own record label, Simplyred. The album was a success all around the world, due to the hit singles, "Sunrise", "Fake", "You Make Me Feel Brand New" and "Home"
Simplified is a Simply Red album released in October 2005. It features new, rearranged recordings of the band's older songs, and four new songs: "Perfect Love" and an alternate version, "My Perfect Love", a cover of Leon Russell's "A Song for You", and "Smile". All tracks written by Mick Hucknall, except where noted. Perfect Love (Lazy Radio Mix)" – 3:11. Perfect Love (Love To Infinity Sunset Mix – Long Version)" – 7:43.
Hucknall has decided to revive Simply Red for a new album - Big Love - and he spoke with Rhino about what led him to return to recording under the name that brought him his greatest fame, discussing the origins of the new album while also reflecting on some of the group's greatest hits and musing on Simply Red having secured far more success. outside of the United States. Rhino: So what was the impetus for returning to the Simply Red moniker? You haven't recorded under the group's name since 2007's Stay. Mick Hucknall: Well, it was a bit of an accident, really
Simply Red. 1,1 Mn beğenme. On this day in 1998, Simply Red’s 6th studio album ‘Blue’ went to number 1 and 2x platinum in the UK! What was your favourite track on this album? Simply Red -Say You Love Me.
You could never accuse Mick Hucknall of not springing surprises: after years of apparently revelling in his ghastly public image, he calls time on Simply Red and gives an interview to the Guardian in which he suddenly emerges as a funny, likable figure. Listening to him play the big hits, there was evidence that personal antipathy towards Hucknall may have clouded people's judgment of his music