Skip Ewing - Homegrown Love mp3 downloadPerformer: Skip Ewing
Title: Homegrown Love
Style: Contemporary Country,New Traditionalist,Country-Pop
Size MP3 version: 1737 mb
Size FLAC version: 1456 mb
Size WMA version: 1803 mb
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Skip Ewing - Homegrown Love mp3 download
I got this from Skip Ewing's 1993 cd of the same title.
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Skip Ewing, Nashville, Tennessee.
In 1990, Ewing wrote two songs for Kenny Rogers's album Love Is Strange: "Listen to the Rain" and "If I Were a Painting". In 2008, he served as the duet partner of the radio version of Reba McEntire's single, "Every Other Weekend". He also co-wrote the single; the song reached the Top 20 on the Billboard Country Chart. Horse and Writer is an annual songwriting retreat Skip Ewing organizes every year with members of the Nashville songwriting community. The retreat lasts 6 days, and takes place at the Triangle C Ranch in Dubois, Wyoming.
Homegrown Love (1993). Losing You Is New to Me. Following Yonder Star (1995). Donald Ralph "Skip" Ewing (born March 6, 1964, in Redlands, California) is an American country music singer and songwriter. Active since 1988, Ewing has recorded nine studio albums and has charted fifteen singles on the Billboard country charts.
Written-By, Producer – Skip Ewing (tracks: all tracks). This version has Label Side designated by Numerics rather than Text as shown in version Skip Ewing - The Will To Love. Matrix, Runout (Label Code - Side 1): (MCA8816). Matrix, Runout (Label Code - Side 2): (MCA8817). Matrix, Runout (Side 1 - Hand Etched): MCAS-8816-MI-3. Matrix, Runout (Side 1 - Stamped): MOSTERTONICS.
1993 Country Album: Skip Ewing - Homegrown Love. Jeff Silvey: The US songwriting veteran A recent 'turntable hit' for UCB Europe was "You Give Me Hope" by JEFF SILVEY. Tony Cummings reports. Skip Ewing contact/database details. Artists database Artist ID: 11723. Style: Country Approach: Ministry Country: United States. At Cross Rhythms we are constantly working on our artist and music database to make it as complete and comprehensive as possible. However sometimes we do not have full information for an artist and on occasion there may.
Read Skip Ewing's bio and find out more about Skip Ewing's songs, albums, and chart history. Get recommendations for other artists you'll love. Discography wise, Skip has recorded 9 albums: in 1988 - The Coast of Colorado, 1989 - The Will to Love, 1990 - A Healin' Fire, 1991 - Naturally,1991 - Greatest Hits,1993 - Homegrown Love, 1995 - Following Yonder Star, 1997 - Until I Found You, 2001 - Indian Elephant Tea With The Big Kidz Band. Skip has had over 250 songs recorded by major recording artists in Nashville. Some of those include: Kenny Chesney, Reba McEntire, Doug Stone, Clint Black, Tim McGraw, Kenny Rogers, George Strait, Randy Travis, Collin Raye, Diamond Rio and others
WBAB Homegrown Album is the first compilation album recorded for WBAB-FM in Babylon, New York. The album was manufactured in 1981 at PRI Record Pressing in Wyandanch, New York. It was designed to commemorate some of the station's best local acts and performances culled from the station's "Homegrown Hour" program, a show dedicated to promoting bands based on, or somehow tied to Long Island, New York.
|1||Homegrown Love||Skip Ewing||2:36|
|2||You Only Come Up When I'm Down||Skip Ewing||2:26|
|3||Rodeo Romeo||Skip Ewing||3:34|
|4||Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word Elton John / Bernie Taupin||Skip Ewing||4:01|
|5||Losing You Is New to Me||Skip Ewing||3:14|
|6||Don't You Want My Love||Skip Ewing||2:53|
|7||Grandma's Garden||Skip Ewing||3:38|
|8||A Man Who Wants to Work||Skip Ewing||3:25|
|9||Big Decision||Skip Ewing||3:52|
|10||The Way Love Ought to Be||Skip Ewing||3:07|
CreditsPatsi Cox - Liner Notes, Producer
Jerry Crutchfield - Producer
Skip Ewing - Primary Artist, Vocals
Elton John - Composer
Tim Kish - Engineer
Bernie Taupin - Composer