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Frank W. Smith - Coming Home album mp3

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Frank W. Smith - Coming Home album mp3
  • Performer:
    Frank W. Smith
  • Title:
    Coming Home
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    1453 megabytes
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    1587 megabytes
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    1180 megabytes
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I'm Coming Home is an album by American pop singer Johnny Mathis that was released on September 21, 1973, by Columbia Records and was mainly composed of material written by the songwriting team of its producer, Thom Bell, and Linda Creed. Unlike several of the Mathis albums before it, I'm Coming Home relied primarily on new songs and included only two covers of established chart hits, both of which were by The Stylistics ("I'm Stone in Love with You" and "Stop Look and Listen to Your Heart").

Directed by Gerald Fox. With Robert Frank. A documentary on the photographer Robert Frank. Title: Leaving Home, Coming Home: A Portrait of Robert Frank (2004).

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As many of you know, Michael W. Smith will be releasing a new album, titled A MILLION LIGHTS on Friday, February 16th. However, A MILLION LIGHTS isn’t what this special announcement is abou. t’s about another albumOn Friday, February 23rd, Michael will release a LIVE Worship Album, titled SURROUNDED. Scroll down to learn more about the album, see the cover, and track list. Watch the first music video from SURROUNDED TODAY. The first song is the title track: Surrounded (Fight My Battles).

Executive Producer – Michael Blanton, Michael W. Smith. Producer – Patrick Leonard. Other Versions (5 of 8) View All. Cat.

His Columbia debut Coming Home deftly recalls all the well-bronzed giants of soul-your Aretha, your Otis, and especially, in Bridges' case, Sam Cooke. This kind of soul revival, brought over the last decade by places like Daptone Records and artists like the Alabama Shakes, the late Amy Winehouse and others, has been almost universally embraced by (mostly older, white) music fans. Regardless of skin tone, fans of classic R&B will dig this album as it wholly echoes the tropes we associate with the genre: Tons of reverb, backing female singers, organ, complementary horn arrangements, doo-wops, ballads, songs of love, loss and pretty girls who can shake that thing across several municipalities. In other hands, this could be the eHow entry for "How to make a retro soul record". But Bridges has the talent and respect for the genre not to ham it up.

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Frank W. Smith - Primary Artist