Joan Armatrading is the third studio album from the British singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading and her second for A&M Records. It was her first album to be recorded entirely in London, as her first two albums - Whatever's for Us and Back to the Night being partially recorded in France and Wales respectively in addition to London. Released in 1976, it included Armatrading's sole Top 10 hit single, "Love and Affection".
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Joan Armatrading - Alice. Photo of Joan Armatrading - Alice. More albums of Joan Armatrading: Sleight Of Hand. I Love It When You) Call Me Names. Genre is Rock Pop. This album was released on the label Cube Records (catalog number BUG 74). This album was released in 1972 year. Download mp3. Length of track. Find music audio mp3 or zip. mp3 or zip.
Joan Armatrading – Joan Armatrading. Label: A&M Records – 393 228-1. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue.
Joan Armatrading – Alice Lyrics. from album: Whatever's For Us (1972). Alice is acting very, very strange Face almost perfect But her mind's deranged She's got a blissful smile Though a sad exchange for life. Alice expecting a perfect day Luminous daydreams Homecoming strays. Alice in wonderland Acting polite Is it what she knows Or what she invites. Alice responding to father's will That refuses the lie Swears she won't kill. Alice in wonderland Wondering why It's harder to live than it is to die Alice in wonderland Acting polite Is it what she knows Or what she.
Joan Armatrading in a publicity picture during the tour that led to the "Steppin' Out" live album "Cool Blue Stole My Heart" is an extended (at over seven minutes) and blues-influenced version of the song from "Back to the Night". After the release of the album, Armatrading continued to tour until the end of 1979, and only stopped when she became unwell in Australia and needed a minor operation. She then took a three-month break, during which she began work on new songs. In 1979 she released an EP called How Cruel, whose title track first appeared on Steppin' Out, and in February 1980, she released the single "Rosie"/"How Cruel".
|B||All The Kings' Gardens|
- Producer – Gus Dudgeon
- Written-By – Joan Armatrading
NotesManufactured by RCA Limited, New Zealand.
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|BUG 74||Joan Armatrading||Alice (7", Single, Promo)||Cube Records||BUG 74||UK||1972|
|2016 050||Joan Armatrading||All The King's Gardens / Alice (7", Single)||Cube Records||2016 050||France||1972|