Music By, Lyrics By – Duncan Browne (tracks: A1, A2, B1 to B4). Other – Mary Dobson. Producer – Duncan Browne. Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Duncan Browne. Came with text insert.
Words By, Music By – Duncan Browne. Words By, Music By – Duncan Browne. A3. Camino Real (Parts 1, 2 & 3).
More albums from Duncan Browne: Travelling Man by Duncan Browne. Streets Of Fire by Duncan Browne. Give Me Take You by Duncan Browne. Duncan Browne by Duncan Browne. Songs Of Love & War by Duncan Browne. View all albums . The Wild Places. 3. 4. Samurai. More albums from Duncan Browne: Travelling Man by Duncan Browne.
Produced by Duncan Browne. Album The Wild Places. The Wild Places Lyrics. And oh, oh, take me to the wild places And let me show you what the night is for 'Cos I don't wanna dream I wanna set the wheels in motion I don't wanna see your eyes across a dancin' floor". TV angel with her eyes full of smoke Gazin' at the hero, he's so mucho macho He shrugs, he says: "This must be some kind of joke" As she pulls on his cigarette And loves him to distraction But she cries, "I don't wanna feel like a machine I'm not the only one who wants to feel the in-between.
Duncan Browne (25 March 1947 - 28 May 1993) was a singer-songwriter from England whose début album "Give Me, Take You", a melancholy baroque folk album often compared to Nick Drake's albums, was released on Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate label in 1968. Together with two other ts, Peter Godwin and Sean Lyons, Browne formed the band Metro whose debut ('Metro') was released in the late '70s on the Transatlantic label.
The Wild Places is the first of these electric solo albums, featuring the hit single title tack. Originally released in 1978, the music has a sense of drama closer to Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music than his previous efforts. Featuring a fierce sound with lush keyboards and beautiful melodies, this is Browne at the top of his game. 180 gram audiophile vinyl. View Complete Catalog.
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