Bobby Womack - Living In A Box album
Title: Living In A Box
Date of release: 1987
Size MP3: 1744 mb
Size FLAC: 1119 mb
Format: AA AU VQF MOD VOX AHX APE
Living in a Box is the eponymous debut album from British pop group Living in a Box. It was released on Chrysalis Records on 27 April 1987, and features their biggest . hit, the self-titled single, which reached a peak of number 17 that year.
Living in a Box" is a song by Living in a Box released on 23 March 1987 as their first single from the album of the same name
Their single Living in a Box peaked at number 5 on the UK Singles Chart. It was the band’s only single to chart in the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 in the . and was later covered by Bobby Womack who had also worked on the group’s debut album. In 1989 two further UK Top Ten singles were released, Blow the House Down (featuring Brian May on guitar) and Room in Your Heart. Sites: livinginaboxmusic. Membros: Anthony Critchlow, Marcus Vere, Richard Darbyshire. Variações: Visualizando tudo Living In A Box.
Living in a Box were a British band who formed in Sheffield, Yorkshire in 1985. They comprised singer Richard Darbyshire, drummer Anthony (Titch) Critchlow and keyboard player Marcus Vere. They are best known for their eponymous debut single, which was a hit in the US and UK. The band named themselves after the song, which Critchlow and Vere had already been working on before Darbyshire joined the group. The song was used in a Vodafone TV commercial during the second half of 2013. Bobby Womack covered this song. More songs used in commercials. More songs from 1987.
Living in a Box is the eponymous debut album from British pop group Living in a Box. It was released on Chrysalis Records in 1987, and features their biggest . In the UK, the album peaked at number 25, while the title track reached number 5. A second single, "Scales of Justice" went top 30. A third track, "So the Story Goes," the single version of which featured additional vocals from legendary singer Bobby Womack (though Womack is not featured on the album version), hit number 34 in the . After Friendly deduced that Bobby had broken the string, he offered Bobby the chance to play the guitar for him in lieu of a whipping, Man, I played Andres Segovia, Elmore James and BB King. Even with one string short, I played classical music, soul and western, every lick I knew and some I didn’t. When I finished, Dad was in shock and he couldn’t believe how good I had got and he’d been real selfish holding on to that guitar for himself.
So the story goes ft bobby womack. Living in a box. Chrysalis LIB3. Albums Compilations Chart Album Downloads Chart Physical Albums Chart Soundtrack Albums Chart Vinyl Albums Chart Singles Singles Downloads Chart Physical Singles Chart Vinyl Singles Chart Film Video Chart Blu-Ray Chart Children's Video Chart DVD Chart Film On Disc Chart Music Video Chart Special Interest Video Chart Sports & Fitness Video Chart TV On Video Chart Asian Music Chart Christian & Gospel Albums Chart.
|A||Living In A Box (Paradise Mix)||6:32|
|B1||Living In A Box (Radio Version)||4:45|
|B2||Living In A Box (Instrumental)||8:50|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – MCA Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – MCA Records, Inc.
- Manufactured By – MCA Records, Inc.
- Edited By – Alonzo Miller, Victor Flores
- Producer – Bobby Womack, Frank Hamilton III*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7674-23795-1 3
- Rights Society: ASCAP
|MCA-53190||Bobby Womack||Living In A Box (7", Single, Promo)||MCA Records||MCA-53190||US||1987|
|MCAT 1210||Bobby Womack||Living In A Box (12")||MCA Records||MCAT 1210||UK||1987|
|258 174-0||Bobby Womack||Living In A Box (12")||MCA Records||258 174-0||Germany||1987|
|MCA 1210||Bobby Womack||Living In A Box (7", Single)||MCA Records||MCA 1210||UK||1987|
|MCA-53190||Bobby Womack||Living In A Box (7", Single)||MCA Records||MCA-53190||US||1987|