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Spirit Of The West - Tell Me What I Think Album
Rock
Performer: Spirit Of The West
Title: Tell Me What I Think
Style: Folk Rock
Year 1995
Country Canada
Label WEA
Catalog Number CDN 41
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 921
MP3 size: 1187 mb
FLAC size: 1579 mb
WMA size: 2231 mb
Record From: CD, Single, Promo

Spirit Of The West - Tell Me What I Think Album

Tracklist

1Tell Me What I Think (Re-mix Radio Edit)
2Tell Me What I Think (The Album Version)
3Tell Me What I Think (Ambient Re-mix)
4Tell Me What I Think (Extended Re-mix)
5Tell Me What I Think (Re-mix Single)

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Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Spirit Of The West
  • Copyright (c) – Spirit Of The West
  • Manufactured By – Warner Music Canada Ltd
  • Distributed By – Warner Music Canada Ltd

Album

Spirit of the West were a Canadian folk rock band from North Vancouver, active from 1983 to 2016. They were popular on the Canadian folk music scene in the 1980s before evolving a blend of hard rock, Britpop, and Celtic folk influences which made them one of Canada's most successful alternative rock acts in the 1990s. Geoffrey Kelly and J. Knutson had begun playing music together as a duo when Kelly's then-girlfriend Alison, at the time a theatre student, told them she had a classmate with a really. Official music video for Tell Me What I Think by Spirit Of The West. Available on the album Two Headed. Tell Me What I Think. This song is by Spirit of the West and appears on the album Two Headed 1995. Tell me what I thinkYou drive, I'll drink, you drive meGetting tired, feeling wiredAnd I'm treading water. Tonight my evening's pleasure's in a glassBlack and creamy headed, draining fastThen you crashed in, all full of questions. Tell me what I think. You drive, I'll drink, you drive meGetting tired, feeling wiredAnd I'm treading water. Listen to Tell Me What I Think from Spirit of the West's Two-Headed for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. They soon changed their name to Spirit of the West, and independently released a self-titled album in 1984 before signing to Stony Plain ReListen to Tell Me What I Think from Spirit of the West's Two-Headed for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. They soon changed their name to Spirit of the West, and independently released a self-titled album in 1984 before signing to Stony Plain Re read more. Spirit of the West was a Canadian folk-rock band from Vancouver, active from 1983 to 2016. The band was popular on the Canadian folk music scene in the 1980s before evolving a blend of hard read more. Tell me what I think You drive, I'll drink, you drive me Getting tired, feeling wired And I'm treading water. Tonight my evening's pleasure's in a glass Black and creamy headed, draining fast Then you crashed in, all full of questions. You drive, I'll drink, you drive me Getting tired, feeling wired And I'm treading water. I'll tell you this for nothing Don't count on me I never picked a winner To fill the seat I'm at a loss But it's mine My own confusion. You drive, I'll drink, you drive me Tell. From the official Spirit of the West website: The first album. Absolutely and thoroughly deleted, and therefore a priceless artifact. What a lovely photo. See Old Material, above, for the half of the songs which have been authorized and preserved in marketable form by the erstwhile Mann and Kelly. Track listing. All songs by John Mann, Geoffrey Kelly and J. To a Highlander Unknown. The Lass from Gallowa. The Only Child. Spirit Of The West. Nome real: Geoffrey Kelly, John Mann, Hugh McMillan, Vince Ditrich, Tobin Frank. Perfil: Spirit of the West began as the Folk trio Evesdropper in Vancouver in 1983. Tell Me What I Think CD, Single, Promo. CDN 41. Appears On. Spirit of the West. Two Headed. Discovery Records, Discovery. Текст песни: He got the high sign so he jumped a bus And along the roads that wind on through The hot mojave and the jericho, hed start his whole life anew And what hed left behind he hadnt valued