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Duncan Browne - The Wild Places Full Album

Duncan Browne - The Wild Places Full Album Performer: Duncan Browne
Title: The Wild Places
Style: Pop Rock
Category: Rock
Date of release: 1979
Country: Spain
Label: Logo
Catalog number: L-37.019, L-37019
Size MP3: 2626 mb
Size FLAC: 2658 mb
Rating: 4.8

Tracklist

1Camino Real3:00
2The Wild Places3:45

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
GO 329Duncan Browne The Wild Places ‎(7", Ltd, Pic)LogoGO 329UK1978
SRE 1047Duncan Browne The Wild Places ‎(7", Mono, Promo)SireSRE 1047US1978
GO 329Duncan Browne The Wild Places ‎(7")LogoGO 329Italy1978
4B 006-62304Duncan Browne The Wild Places ‎(7", Single)Logo4B 006-62304Belgium1978
GO 329Duncan Browne The Wild Places ‎(7", Single)LogoGO 329UK1978

Credits

  • EngineerRay Hendriksen
  • ProducerDuncan Browne

Barcodes

  • Rights Society: SGAE

Companies

  • Record Company – Compañía Fonográfica Española, S.A.

Album

The Wild Places is the third studio album by English singer-songwriter and musician Duncan Browne. Released in 1978 through Logo and Sire Records, it is Browne's first solo album since his departure from the band Metro that year, and features contributions from session musicians Tony Hymas, John Giblin and Simon Phillips. In contrast to his previous self-titled solo record, the sound of the album is fully electric and ranges from progressive rock to straightforward rock music and synthpop. Acomplished british musician Duncan Browne with his 1978 album with the title track as the opening song. Following his stint in the group Metro with Sean Lyons and Peter Godwin, Duncan Browne turned up in 1978 with his first solo album since the dawn of the '70s. The Wild Places isn't much like his Immediate album Give Me, Take You - indeed, it's more like a lost Roxy Music album, or perhaps a lost Bryan Ferry record. The Wild Places. Duncan Browne - The Wild Places 1978. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Pop-Rock Soft Rock. Duncan Browne. Songs in album Duncan Browne - The Wild Places 1978. Duncan Browne - The Wild Places. Duncan Browne - Roman Vécu. Duncan Browne - Camino Real Parts 1, 2 & 3. Duncan Browne - Samurai. Duncan Browne - Kisarazu. Duncan Browne - The Crash. Listen full album. View all Duncan Browne albums. 7 tracks. Released in Wild Places. Released 1978. The Wild Places Tracklist. The Wild Places Lyrics. About The Wild Places. The Wild Places Q&A. Producers Duncan Browne. Writers Duncan Browne. More Duncan Browne albums. The Wild Places 1978. Album by Duncan Browne. was covered in. Wild Places by Barry Manilow 1992. Duncan John Browne March 25, 1947 May 28, 1993 was an English singer-songwriter. Browne was born as a son of an officer in the Royal Air Force. He attended Worksop College and thought of a career with the RAF, but was rejected for health by Bob Dylan , he learned to play the guitar and then he attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, where he both studied drama as music theory. Browne chose in 1967 for a career in music when he met the producer Andrew Oldham and. Released in 1978 through Logo and Sire Records , it is Browne's first solo album since his departure from the band Metro. Duncan Browne is the self-titled second studio album by English singer-songwriter and musician Duncan Browne, released in 1973 through Mickie Most's Rak Records. Stylistically, the. Duncan Browne album

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