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Album:
Passionate Kisses From Austin
Style:
Country Rock
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Tracklist: 01. Never Had It So Good (04:17) 02. You Win Again (04:03) 03. Going Out Tonight (03:34) 04. How Do (02:40) 05. Rhythm Of The Blues (04:28) 06.

Carpenter spent several years singing in Washington, . clubs before signing in the late 1980s with Columbia Records, who marketed her as a country singer. Carpenter's first album, 1987's Hometown Girl, did not produce any singles, although 1989's State of the Heart and 1990's Shooting Straight in the Dark each produced four Top 20 hits on the Billboard country singles charts.

Passionate kisses Passionate kisses, woh oh oh Passionate kisses from you. Do I want too much? Am I going overboard to want that touch I shout it out to the night "Give me what I deserve, cause it's my right". From Lucinda Williams' self-titled classic album, this version turned it into one of the songwriters' songwriter’s first (and still biggest) hits in 1992. The singer makes what she feels to be a simple and righteous request, listing romantic passion as a basic life necessity alongside food and bedding. Passionate Kisses" Track Info.

Passionate Kisses" is a song that was written and recorded by singer Lucinda Williams for her 1988 eponymous album. Released in January 1993, "Passionate Kisses" it was the third single from Carpenter's album Come On Come On. The song reached number 4 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in March 1993

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Her father was an executive for Life magazine, and she spent part of her early life living in Japan. She grew up with a love of contemporary pop hits, although her mother's Woody Guthrie and Judy Collins records gave her some interest in country/folk music. She spent her time at home with her guitar, and her father encouraged her to perform at talent nights. Enrolling in Brown University, Carpenter earned a degree in American civilization. Between college years she would play local bars and clubs in the Washington, DC area. from the album Come On Come On. B-side.

Front cover says "Recorded live in Austin, Texas 1992" Disc says "Recorded live in Austin, Texas 1993". Track 13: duet with Pete Kennedy on guitar, recorded live at The Mountain Stage 1993. Absolutely outstanding, brilliant, crystal clear audio quality. 4-page booklet with poster. Matrix, Runout: B 32767.

Tommy Melody Passionate Kisses (Karaoke Version).

Tracklist

1 Never Had It So Good
2 You Win Again
3 Going Out Tonight
4 How Do
5 Rhythm Of The Blues
6 Passionate Kisses
7 Read My Lips
8 Only A Dream
9 Come On Come On
10 He Thinks He'll Keep Her
11 The Moon And St. Christopher
12 I Feel Lucky
13 Never Had It So Good (Acoustic Version)

Credits

  • Bass – J. T. Brown
  • Drums – Robbie Magruder
  • Guitar – John Jennings , Mary Chapin Carpenter
  • Keyboards – Jon Carroll
  • Vocals – Mary Chapin Carpenter

Notes

Front cover says "Recorded live in Austin, Texas 1992"
Disc says "Recorded live in Austin, Texas 1993"

Track 13: duet with Pete Kennedy on guitar, recorded live at The Mountain Stage 1993.

Absolutely outstanding, brilliant, crystal clear audio quality.

4-page booklet with poster.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4015910280332
  • Matrix / Runout: B 32767