Defying Gravity is an album by The Sherbs released in 1981. The album spawned the singles "Free the Sailor", "Some People" and "We Ride Tonight". The album was re-released on CD on 23 August, 1999. We Ride Tonight" (Garth Porter, Tony Mitchell, Daryl Braithwaite). Free the Sailor" (Porter, Mitchell, Braithwaite, Harvey James, Alan Sandow).
Top Songs By The Sherbs. 58. 4. Hot 'N Sticky. 52. 5. Free The Sailor. 48. 6. Steppin' On Ice. The Sherbs. 35. 7. Into The Heat. 24. 8. Love You To Death. 26. 10. Juliet And Me.
Free the Sailor" (Porter, Mitchell, Braithwaite, James, Sandow). com/Defying Gravity (The Sherbs album). Defying Gravity The album sold 171,000 copies in its first week of release. On 2 December 2009, the album was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Country Album, but lost to Taylor Swift's Fearless. The title Defying Gravity comes from the lyrics of "If Ever I Could Love" ("Your heart and mine tonight are defying gravity"), a phrase that Urban said "really defined the joyous, optimistic and uplifting spirit that seemed to show itself while making the album. The track "I'm In" was previously recorded by Radney Foster (as a duet with Abra Moore).
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I Don't Wanna Lose You - The Sherbs. Back To Zero - The Sherbs. Cindy Is Waiting - The Sherbs. The Arrow - The Sherbs. Steppin' On Ice - The Sherbs. Wild Is The Sea - The Sherbs. Heart Get Ready - The Sherbs. Howzat (Live) - The Sherbs. Free The Sailor - The Sherbs. Some People - The Sherbs. Tonight Will Last Forever - The Sherbs. The Escape - The Sherbs. I'll)Take It On The Run - The Sherbs.
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