Category: Classical

Whos That Girl? - Eurythmics - Touch (Cassette, Album)

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  1. The duo went on to release a string of hit singles and albums before they split up in By this time, Stewart was a sought-after record producer, while Lennox began a solo recording career in with her debut album Diva. After almost a decade apart, Eurythmics reunited to record their ninth album.
  2. "Stop Your Sobbing" was first recorded by The Kinks in It became the Pretenders first single 15 years later, leading to a relationship between Ray Davies and Chrissie Hynde. I Write The SongsBarry Manilow Barry Manilow didn't write his #1 hit "I Write The Songs." Bruce Johnston of The Beach.
  3. Who's That Girl? was the first single released in the UK from Eurythmics' third album Touch. The song became Eurythmics' third Top 10 hit on the UK singles chart, peaking at number three. In the United States, it was released as the second single from the album and reached number 21 on the Billboard Hot Seller Rating: % positive.
  4. Jul 28,  · Their latest LP was the fourth official Eurythmics release, discounting an unhappy remix of their state-of-the-art Touch album and the sound track, and .
  5. The cover of Bowie's "Fame" isn't very good. All of this does not detract from the original album and it's mark in the Eurythmics catalogue. I am also going to make a statement here about " (For The Love Of Big Brother)", the album that followed "Touch". I am disappointed that Annie and Dave did not think highly of that work/5().
  6. Who's that girl? The language of love Slips from my lover's tongue Cooler than ice cream And warmer than the sun Dumb hearts get broken Just like china cups The language of love Has left me broken on the rocks But there's just one thing (Just one thing) But there's just one thing And I really wannna know Who's that girl Running around with you.
  7. The tense, brooding "Who's That Girl?" is in many ways a carbon copy of Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)," only with a much darker tone. Annie Lennox delivers the paranoid, accusatory lyrics in a deliberately deadpan monotone, like a stylized version of a '60s soul diva.

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