Slipstream (Bonnie Raitt album). Slipstream is the sixteenth studio album by Bonnie Raitt, released in April 2012. American Songwriter Magazine praised it as "her best album in years and one of the best of her 40-year career. Two singles were released from the album, a cover of Gerry Rafferty's "Right Down the Line", and "Used to Rule the World", both of which charted on the Billboard Triple A chart.
Slipstream is an album by Sherbet released in 1974. On the Kent Music Report, it peaked at No. 3. Singles from the album include "So Glad You're Mine", "Slipstream" and "Silvery Moon". Lead vocals – Daryl Braithwaite. Bass, vocals – Tony Mitchell. Keyboards, vocals – Garth Porter. Guitar, vocals – Clive Shakespeare. Co-producers – Richard Batchens, Sherbet. Engineer – Richard Batchens. Remastered by William Bowden.
Slipstream Original Soundtrack by eff, released 21 May 2018 1. Title 2. Menu (-some-) 3. Inside Car (Vapour) 4. Get Ready (start up) 5. Slipstream (pool smell) 6. Final Pass (little 6) 7. Neon Delivery (pizza img) 8. Gonna Get It (first prod battle) 9. No Stop ( - - ) 10. Out of Town (sry guitar, bye) 11. Driving A Dream (nice story) 12. Top Down Night (first o. 13. Slipaway (wew lfo bass 2 tough) 14. Forgotten Strategy (go!) 15. Score Screen (CINCO love) 16. Trophies (Secret Element of Nature) 1. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Band's List Pop Rock Sherbet Slipstream. Album Name Slipstream. Labels Festival Records Infinity Records. Members owning this album1.
Slipstream, Sweet Spot, Sunshine, ▬ Lazy, Of the Dark, Hippy Hustle, Remember, Cherry Lane, Dreamy Afternoon ▼ . 2mo. davecoop18. we came here for the licks. and the licks on this album are surprisingly pretty decent. If Sweet Spot were an AC/DC song, it would be considered an instant classic. Or consider a donation? Track List.
Slipstream is a video by Jethro Tull, recorded during the 1980 A tour, released for the first time in 1981. It was originally released on VHS, Capacitance Electronic Disc, and laserdisc, and was released as a (bootleg) DVD in Brazil (as seen in the cover on the right) in 2003.
Holy caca! Slipstream, Anthony Hopkins’s first film behind the camera since 1996’s August, is a lunatic paroxysm of stylistic excess, peripheral ideas, and disconnected scenes. The director’s modus operandi: When in doubt, run your dailies through a high-speed blender. Hopkins either wants to show us what his vomit used to look like after an all-night binge, or he wants to show David Lynch that he’s been keeping up with his career ever since The Elephant Man.
Slipstream, her first album in seven years and the first she has self-released, is a loose and adventurous reminder of everything she does well. The LP divides into two parts, the larger featuring an enhanced version of her touring band. A cover of Gerry Rafferty’s 1978 hit Right Down the Line adds a reggae groove so right it rivals the original.
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