Faye Wong - Fable mp3 downloadPerformer: Faye Wong
Style: Japanese Traditions
Released: February 9, 2001
Size MP3 version: 1484 mb
Size FLAC version: 1902 mb
Size WMA version: 1308 mb
Format: VOC AUD WAV AAC MP1 MP4
Genre: Pop Rock
Faye Wong - Fable mp3 download
Fable (alternatively Legend Chinese: 寓言; pinyin: Yùyán) is a 2000 Mandarin album by Beijing-based C-pop singer Faye Wong. The album can be considered in three sections. The next three are radio-friendly pop songs.
Fable (alternatively Legend Chinese: 寓言; pinyin: Yùyán) is a 2000 Mandarin album by Beijing-based C-pop singer Faye Wong. The first five songs form a song cycle and were composed by Faye Wong herself, marking her further development as a songwriter. Three of them featured as the final segment of every performance in Wong's 2010–2012 Comeback Tour. Alvin Leong produced tracks 6–12.
Her album Fable, released in October, began to focus on Wong's faith, as the first part of the album centred on the teachings of Buddhism. In 2001, Wong, now enthralled by the Buddhist faith, began to focus on the Japanese market and in April appeared on the front cover of Frau magazine. By the summer she was singing "Separate Ways," the theme song to the popular Japanese TV drama Usokoi, and in October she performed live in the country for the first time. Faye Wong is a 2001 album by Beijing-based singer Faye Wong. The songs are a mixture of pop and rock numbers, including pop rock, techno and electro genres. It included 11 tracks in Mandarin Chinese and five in Cantonese.
Faye Wong's 2000 release FABLE simply negated all the previous releases except for EXASPERATION in 1996. This album is probably the best in Faye's career, and one of the very best in contemporary Asian music scenes. The first five tracks weave (also the best five tracks) weave into a tale that dated back to pre-historic times. Faye Wong composed the music for all these five tracks with Lin Xi's poetic lyrics. I'm a huge Faye Wong fan, and she has many great albums, but to me "Fable" may be her best. The majority of the album consists of songs backed mostly by electronic beats with a full orchestra, and to put it mildly, they are amazing. Bjork did a similar thing with her "Homogenic" album, but I have to say I've played "Fable" quite a bit more. The beauty and power of these songs is simply stunning.
Fables" is the 17th album of Hong Kong singer Faye Wong, the 8th Mandarin album, the fourth album on EMI, released in October 2000. A total of 12 songs: 10 are in Mandarin, and 2 Cantonese songs are re-filled in Cantonese with two Chinese songs in the dish to take care of the Hong Kong market. 2. 新房客. Faye - fable. 3. 香奈儿. 4. 阿修罗. 5. 彼岸花. 10. 笑忘书. 11. 萤火虫. 13. Eyes On Me (Almighty Radio Mix) - remix.
List of All Top Faye Wong Albums, Ranked. 1024 x 536 jpeg 38kB. Faye Wong to Release First Album in 12 Years. YESASIA: Faye Best CD - Faye Wong, Cinepoly - Cantonese. 空 - Faye Wong - SensCritique.
Faye Wong - as news anchor (Entertainment News TVBS G) promoting & in 2000. 修罗 faye wong20231224.
The Sky Is Falling (fable) - The Sky Is Falling, better known as Chicken Licken, Henny Penny or Chicken Little is an old fable about a chicken (or a hare in early versions) who believes the sky is falling.
|1||The Cambria Period||Faye Wong|
|2||New Roommate||Faye Wong|
|3||Xiang Nai Er||Faye Wong|
|5||Flower From the Other Shore||Faye Wong|
|6||If You Were Not True||Faye Wong|
|7||I Don't Love Anyone Who Doesn't Love Me||Faye Wong|
|8||You Like It Not, I Like||Faye Wong|
|9||Farewell Firefly||Faye Wong|
|10||Forget & Smile||Faye Wong|
|12||Sincerely Yours||Faye Wong|
|13||Eyes on Me (Ft. In Final Fantasy VIII (Almighty Radio Mix)||Faye Wong|
|14||Xiang Nai er (Japanese Version)||Faye Wong|