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Always and Forever may refer to: Always & Forever (Eternal album). Always and Forever (PlanetShakers album), or the title song. Always & Forever (Randy Travis album). Always and Forever (Silk album), or the title song (see below). Always and Forever (Alien Ant Farm album). Always & Forever: The Classics an album by Luther Vandross, or the title song (see below). Two albums by Funker Vogt: Always and Forever Volume 1. Always and Forever Volume 2. Always and Forever, by Mr. Capone-E.
뱅 (BIG BANG) – Always Release Date: 2007. G-Dragon, Tae Yang, Seung Ri, Dae Sung, and . P return just in time to celebrate Big Bang’s 1st anniversary on the music scene. Having already release three singles and a full-length album, the group has now prepared its first mini album. Music lovers can look forward to Euro-style pop, R&B ballads, nostalgic melodies, and hip hop offerings from the boys.
Always and Forever by Jack Bowers. New Vintage Music 2001. New Vintage Music 2000. Tell us why you would like to improve the The New Vintage Big Band musician page.
Always is the first Korean EP by South Korean boy band Big Bang, released under YG Entertainment. The album sold over 120,000 copies. Always (2007) marked a change of Big Bang's musical styles from their previous efforts, with the group experimenting with electronic dance music and setting it as the new music trend in Korea. It was also the first release in Korean's music industry to be promoted as a "mini-album".
As we look at the best New Wave albums of the ‘70s and ‘80s, we’re focused both on the early records which overlap with our 50 Best Post-Punk Albums list through the New Romantics, left-of-center power-pop and synth rock of the ‘80s. And while that international hit may be forever associated with a certain time and place, the rest of The Age of Plastic has aged quite well. Buggles were essentially Trevor Horn and Geoffrey Downes, two geeky British musicians who, like Gary Numan, were disciples of bands like Kraftwerk and were dabbling in their own future sounds in the late-’70s. 42. Orange Juice – Rip It Up (1982) For most people, Scottish band Orange Juice was a one-hit wonder known for the UK Top 10 song Rip It Up, which was one of their most keyboard-driven New Wave-y tunes.
Always & Forever is the debut studio album by British girl group Eternal. It was released through EMI on 29 November 1993 before Louise Nurding left to embark on a solo career, before Eternal's follow up album Power of a Woman (1995). The album became a commercial success, selling over one million copies in the UK alone and yielding six top 20 single releases. As of 1997, the album has sold over 4 million copies worldwide.
Always and Forever (Heatwave song). Always and Forever" is an R&B song written by Rod Temperton and produced by Barry Blue. It was first recorded by the British-based multinational funk-disco band Heatwave in 1976. Released as a single on December 3, 1977, the song is included on Heatwave's debut album Too Hot to Handle (1976) and has been covered by numerous artists, becoming something of a standard.
CreditsSteve Allen - Composer
Chris Braymen - Composer
Edward Eliscu - Composer
Gabriel Fauré - Composer
George Gershwin - Composer
Ira Gershwin - Composer
Albert Hague - Composer
E.Y. "Yip" Harburg - Composer
Matt Harris - Composer
DuBose Heyward - Composer
Arnold Horwitt - Composer
Joseph Kozma - Composer
John LaBarbera - Composer
Burton Lane - Composer
Chip McNeill - Composer
Johnny Mercer - Composer
Pat Metheny - Composer
The New Vintage Big Band - Primary Artist
Jacques Prévert - Composer
Billy Rose - Composer
Vincent Youmans - Composer
|1||Mira, Mira Matt Harris||The New Vintage Big Band||5:07|
|2||Without a Song Edward Eliscu / Billy Rose / Vincent Youmans||The New Vintage Big Band||4:37|
|3||Always and Forever Pat Metheny||The New Vintage Big Band||4:59|
|4||Best Coast John LaBarbera||The New Vintage Big Band||3:37|
|5||Autumn Leaves Joseph Kozma / Johnny Mercer / Jacques Prévert||The New Vintage Big Band||2:45|
|6||(It's Just) Talk Pat Metheny||The New Vintage Big Band||7:24|
|7||Old Devil Moon E.Y. "Yip" Harburg / Burton Lane||The New Vintage Big Band||4:46|
|8||M.O.T. Matt Harris||The New Vintage Big Band||5:20|
|9||The "Bluest" Blues Steve Allen||The New Vintage Big Band||4:29|
|10||Pavane Gabriel Fauré||The New Vintage Big Band||6:03|
|11||Summertime George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin / DuBose Heyward||The New Vintage Big Band||6:47|
|12||Irrelevant, Incompetent and Immaterial Chris Braymen||The New Vintage Big Band||7:16|
|13||Young and Foolish Albert Hague / Arnold Horwitt||The New Vintage Big Band||5:43|
|14||Break the Ice Chip McNeill||The New Vintage Big Band||9:28|