Tracking list e i testi dell'album: Friendly Fire - Unreleased ZTT (Bootleg) Data di pubblicazione: 1 gennaio 1995. Tracking list e i testi dell'album
Wendy and Lisa is the self-titled 1987 debut album by Wendy & Lisa, formerly of Prince's band, The Revolution. Five of the tracks on the album were co-written by Bobby . Wendy and Lisa's former colleague from The Revolution, who also co-produced the album with the duo. Wendy's twin sister, Susannah Melvoin (an extended Revolution member herself) co-wrote the track "Honeymoon Express".
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Wendy & Lisa (briefly known as Girl Bros. are a music duo consisting of Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman. They began working with Prince in the early 1980s and were part of his band The Revolution, before branching out on their own and releasing their debut album in 1987. In recent years they have turned their attention to writing music for film and television and have won an Emmy Award.
This is the fourth album from Wendy and Lisa. Due to the fact that they wanted to be more creative and experimental with this album, Wendy and Lisa released the album using the lesser known & Bros' name. This album marks a more developed progression of their & sound that can be found on Eroica (their 3rd album). He put it off for six years and then sucked the life out of it when he finally finished it and gave it back to them, rendering it a completely unplayable piece.
Studio album by Wendy & Lisa. The album, released in the United States on August 24, 1987, peaked at number 88 in the US and at number 84 in the UK. The UK and European release featured different cover artwork to the US release. The album contained several singles, including "Honeymoon Express" and "Waterfall" (which was re-released two years later as "Waterfall '89"). Sideshow" was also released as a single in the UK and Europe. The track "The Life" was re-recorded in the 1990s when it was retitled as "This Is The Life" and produced by Trevor Horn.
Style: pop. Album year: 2009. Wendy And Lisa - Everything But You 05:03. Wendy And Lisa - White 05:35. Wendy And Lisa - Waterfall 05:03. Wendy And Lisa - Light 04:56. Wendy And Lisa - The Life 04:06. Snapshots - Wendy And Lisa. White Flags of Winter Chimneys - Wendy And Lisa. Eroica - Wendy And Lisa.
Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman talked to Esquire. com about mourning the rock icon, revisiting Purple Rain, and remembering Prince's generous spirit. Lisa Coleman was an . teenager just out of high school when she joined Prince's band, quickly learning that new mentor and boss was both an ardent teacher and passionate student. Lisa Coleman: It was really fun to explore with Prince because there were a lot of things that I knew that he didn't know. But we connected over Joni Mitchell. I grew up loving Sly and the Family Stone, Santana, Stevie Wonder, Earth, Wind and Fire, so we definitely connected over that. I started turning him on to classical music and he discovered Boléro by Ravel. We lived together off and on over the years, and I remember coming home and he was sitting there very intensely with the Boléro record on.
|1-1||The Guise Of Love||4:49|
|1-2||Drive All Night||3:45|
|1-3||I'm In Love Again||5:16|
|1-4||Sample Of Unknown 4th Song||0:18|
|1-6||Diggin' To China||5:14|
|1-7||I Wanna Get On||4:41|
|1-10||Madmen Swim Upstream||4:20|
|1-11||If I Were Brave||2:56|
|1-12||I've Got A Bowl Of Cherries||1:49|
|1-13||Lisa Solo Piano Piece #1||2:16|
|1-16||Lisa Solo Piano Piece #2||2:18|
|1-17||2 Trip Is 2 Fall||7:18|
|1-18||I'm Leaving The Problem, Believe In The Solution||3:56|
|1-19||Lisa Solo Piano Piece #3||2:39|
|1-20||Hip Hop Love||5:04|
|2-1||Where The Day Takes You (From W&L's Website)||3:55|
|2-2||Perfect Stranger (From TV Series "Snoops")||3:23|
|2-5||Secret Agent Man (From "Snoops")||1:29|
|2-6||Stand By Your Man (From "Snoops")||0:29|
|2-7||Soul Food-Score, Track #1||2:32|
|2-8||Soul Food-Score, Track #2||1:52|
|2-9||Soul Food-Score, Main Theme ("Food")||1:37|
|2-10||Soul Food-Score, Track #4||1:16|
|2-11||Soul Food-Score, Track #5||2:00|
|2-12||Soul Food-Score, Track #6||1:37|
|2-13||Soul Food-Score, Jazzy Track||1:06|
|2-14||Soul Food-Score, Track #8||3:04|
|2-15||Soul Food-Score, Track #9||2:17|
|2-16||Soul Food-Score, Poppy Track||1:07|
|2-17||Soul Food-Score, Track #11||2:13|
|2-18||Soul Food-Score, Track #12||1:24|
|2-19||Soul Food-Score, Track #13||1:22|
|2-20||Soul Food-Score, Track #14||1:43|
|2-21||Soul Food-Score, Main Theme Over Credits||1:16|
|2-22||Lolly Lolly (According To Prince)||4:20|
|2-23||Are You My Baby (12" Mix)||7:39|
|2-24||Hip Hop Love||5:04|
|2-25||Lolly Lolly (Random Dance Mix)||7:27|
|2-26||The Closing Of The Year (Smooth Variation, From "Toys")||2:31|
|2-27||If I Die Today (Demo For "Eroica")||3:34|
|2-28||Lisa Solo Piano Piece #4 (Demo For "Eroica")||1:54|
|2-29||Don't Try To Tell Me (Demo For "Eroica")||4:44|
- Producer [Uncredited] – Trevor Horn (tracks: 1-1 to 1-9, 2-26)