Prom – Slow It Down. Label: Litmus Recordings – LITMUS002. Slow It Down (Prom's Maxed Out Dub). B1. Slow It Down (Warren Clarke Vocal Mix). Remix – Warren Clarke. B2. Slow It Down (Warren Clarke A Cappella).
Slow Down is the fourth studio album by the blues performer Keb' Mo' released in August 1998. In 1999, Slow Down won Keb' Mo' his second Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album. John Lewis Parker and Keb' Mo' – producers. Keb' Mo' – vocals, guitars, harmonica. Reggie McBride – bass guitar.
Album · 2009 · 15 Songs. Slow It Down Chino Grande. Listen on Apple Music.
Your prom night will be centered around dancing, so we want to make sure all your special memories are made with the right songs. While we all love the songs that make you want to get up and dance and belt out the lyrics, sometimes the slower songs are special memories too. Whether you are going with a date, your best friend, or a group, slow songs can be a major highlight of prom. Whether or not you’re a big dancer, these songs will make you sway along, or give you a break to take a few selfies as you hum along
Can't Slow Down (Foreigner album). Can't Slow Down is the ninth (and to date, last) studio album by the British-American rock band Foreigner. It was the band's first studio release with lead singer Kelly Hansen & bassist Jeff Pilson and the group's first new studio album since 1994's Mr. Moonlight.
So when we’re shuffling through Beatles albums, we’re shuffling through the formative history of the album as we know it. Thankfully, that’s far from a chore. There’s so much magnificence to behold here. And, OK, they also included the ultimate prom slow dance with In My Life. But it’d be selling this record’s advances short to limit them to just one song, or even just to focus on the typically progressive John Lennon’s contributions. From the iconic cover art on down, Abbey Road is a sacred text, a tour de force, a jaw-dropping reminder of the limitless weapons in this band’s arsenal. Every song is a classic - even Maxwell’s Silver Hammer, the first Beatles song I remember from childhood - and each one comprises its own distinct part of the big picture.
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