Title: Within A Shadow
Style: Pop Rock
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The Shadows is a 1961 rock album by British group The Shadows, which reached number one in the UK charts. Side 1. "Shadoogie" (Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch, Jet Harris, Tony Meehan). Blue Star" (Victor Young, Edward Heyman). Nivram" (Bruce Welch, Hank Marvin, Jet Harris). Baby My Heart" (Sonny Curtis) – (Vocal: Hank Marvin). See You in My Drums" (Tony Meehan) – Drum solo. All My Sorrows" (Dave Guard, Bob Shane, Nick Reynolds) – (Vocal: Jet Harris). Stand Up and Say That" (Hank Marvin).
This song is by Big Country and appears on the album Steeltown (1984) and on the live album Without The Aid Of A Safety Net (1994). It went so well for youWith a place right where you wantedAnd the ones to fill it toBut some blows break the spellThat it hits you every dayUntil you need to hit as well. It's just a shadow of the man you should beLike a garden in the forestThat the world will never seeYou have no thought of answersOnly questions to be filledAnd it feels like hell.
Watch the video for Just A Shadow from Big Country's The Best Of Big Country for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. A new version of Last. Big Country - East Of Eden East Of Eden Big Country.
Easily the most crucial record label in the jungle/drum'n'bass movement, Moving Shadow Records debuted early in the 1990s with a sound more akin to the hardcore splinter of Britain's rave scene than the darker sound of mid-'90s intelligent jungle. Spread across two discs - a third disc includes Rob Playford's mix of the material found on the first two - is the unfolding history of jungle from 1992 through 1996, with contributors including Goldie, Aquasky, Dom & Roland, E-Z Rollers, Technical Itch, Deep Blue, and Foul Play
The Shadow Within Lyrics. Album (Studio full-length). Power Metal, Progressive Metal.
Big Country went straight to No. 1 on the UK bestsellers of 27 October 1984 with what would be their finest commercial hour, Steeltown. It was February, 1983, during a new heyday for British rock music, that the name of Big Country first flew the flag for Scotland on a UK chart. Their single ‘Fields Of Fire (400 Miles)’ rose to No. 10, the first of four top ten and eight top 20 hits for the band. August that year brought their first album chart appearance with their debut long player, The Crossing, which rose to No. 3. Then on 27 October 1984, they went straight to No. 1 on the UK bestsellers with what would be their finest commercial hour, Steeltown.
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- Copyright (c) – Living in The Eighties
- Recorded At – Grugahalle
- Bass, Vocals – Tony Butler
- Drums, Vocals – Mark Brzezicki
- Guitar, Vocals – Bruce Watson, Stuart Adamson
NotesLive At Grugahalle Essen, Germany, March. 15th, 1986
To the memory of STUART ADAMSON 11April 1958 - 16 December 2001 Rest in Peace
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