Category: Classic Rock

No Victims - Kirsty MacColl - Kite (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ No Victims - Kirsty MacColl - Kite (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Vudozshura says:
    Kite ( CD) front cover. The CD release contained three additional songs (tracks ) as “bonus material”. When ‘Kite’ was released, CDs were still in the process of taking over from vinyl, and an extended track list would have been still fairly novel.
  2. Kagakasa says:
    (kirsty maccoll) You've been around Kite [Coloured Vinyl] No Victims. Kirsty MacColl. Kite [Coloured Vinyl] (kirsty maccoll) I must have been driving all day But I'm getting no further away All these towns look the same And the rain is falling in my eyes. Fifteen Minutes. Kirsty MacColl.
  3. Mikatilar says:
    Find album release information for Kite - Kirsty MacColl on AllMusic. Find album release information for Kite - Kirsty MacColl on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Kite [Coloured Vinyl] Demon Records / Edsel DEMREC LP: AllMusic.
  4. Kikree says:
    Kite, an Album by Kirsty MacColl. Released in September on Salvo (catalog no. SALVOMDCD29; CD). Genres: Pop Rock, Singer/Songwriter, Pop.
  5. Dataur says:
    Apr 22,  · No Victims Electric Guitar – David Gilmour: A6: Fifteen Minutes Autoharp, Steel Guitar [Lap], Percussion – Kirsty MacColl Clarinet – Phil Todd Double Bass – Steve Lillywhite Electric Guitar – Colin Stuart Saxophone [Tenor] – Jamie Talbot Trombone – Malcolm Griffiths Trumpet – Guy Barker: B1: Don't Come The Cowboy /5(34).
  6. Kigagal says:
    No Victims One Good Thing Other People's Hearts Patrick Perfect Day (Kirsty MacColl & Evan Dando) Please Go To Sleep Queen Of The High Teas Quietly Alone See That Girl Soho Square Still Life Teenager In Love Terry The End Of A Perfect Day The Hardest Word The Manchester Rambler (Ewan MacColl & Kirsty MacColl) The One And Only The Real Ripper.
  7. Zulugor says:
    Kite is the breakthrough second album by Kirsty MacColl, released in Produced by her then-husband Steve Lillywhite, it was her first album for Virgin Records. The album included MacColl's hit cover of The Kinks ' " Days ", as well as two tracks written with Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr.
  8. Balar says:
    Promotion. Kite Charisma press release Reviews. Here, lurking beneath a deceptively demure exterior of jaunty folk rock and Kirsty’s own lavish harmonies and rather subdued singing style, is the album which finally confirms that Kirsty MacColl can not only write a mean pop tune but can fling the verbal vitriol with the best of them.

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