Joan Armatrading - Bottom To The Top mp3 flac download
|Genre:||Rock / Funk|
|Title:||Bottom To The Top|
|Date of release:||1978|
|MP3 album size:||1856 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1161 mb|
|Digital formats:||MP1 AA MIDI MMF MPC MP2 RA|
Bottom to the top" is both a single and a track on Joan Armatrading's lp "To the limit", year 1978. The song is also on the 1996's remastered record "Love and affection".
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Bottom To the Top. This song is by Joan Armatrading and appear. n the album To The Limit (1978). on the compilation album The Very Best Of (1991). on the compilation album Love & Affection (1996). Know I've been sayingThere's something I have to proveI keep on going baby'Cause if I stop nowI'm bound to lose. 3:34. Armatrading Joan - To the Limit (full album) 41:39. Newspaper Covers by organ-izer.
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Joan Armatrading is the third studio album from the British singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading and her second for A&M Records. It was her first album to be recorded entirely in London, as her first two albums - Whatever's for Us and Back to the Night being partially recorded in France and Wales respectively in addition to London. Released in 1976, it included Armatrading's sole Top 10 hit single, "Love and Affection".
The song 'Bottom To The Top' by Joan Armatrading has a tempo of 168 beats per minute (BPM) on 'To the Limit'. Know I've been saying There's something I have to prove I keep on going baby 'Cause if I stop now I'm bound to lose. Top Songs Joan Armatrading. Would You Like to Dance.
Joan Armatrading is the third studio album from the British singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading. The album peaked at number 12 and was certified Gold by the British Phonographic Industry. Armatrading's 1979 live album Steppin' Out contained two songs from this album, "Love and Affection" and "Tall in the Saddle". The album's producer, Glyn Johns, later said it was the best album he'd ever been associated with.
Bottom to the Top" was Armatrading's first flirtation with reggae (although there were reggae influences on Show Some Emotion) and the song arose from hearing some records which her younger brother had. She wanted to get as close to an authentic sound as possible, so the song was recorded in one take. Barefoot and Pregnant" was written after a conversation with her agent, during which Armatrading heard the expression "barefoot and pregnant"; used in the women's movement at the time
|A||Bottom To The Top (Mono)||3:55|
|B||Bottom To The Top (Stereo)||3:55|
- Producer, Engineer – Glyn Johns
- Written-By – Joan Armatrading
NotesFrom the A&M Album: 'To The Limit' AMLH 64732
Mono / Stereo dj promo issue in A&M company sleeve - "PROMOTION COPY - NOT FOR SALE"
|AMS 7393||Joan Armatrading||Bottom To The Top (7")||A&M Records||AMS 7393||UK||1978|
|AMS 7393||Joan Armatrading||Bottom To The Top (7", Promo)||A&M Records||AMS 7393||UK||1978|
|AMS 6863||Joan Armatrading||Bottom To The Top (7", Single)||A&M Records||AMS 6863||Europe||1979|
|AMS 6863||Joan Armatrading||Bottom To The Top (Del Fondo A La Cima) (7", Single)||A&M Records||AMS 6863||Spain||1978|
|2102-S||Joan Armatrading||Bottom To The Top / Your Letter (7")||A&M Records||2102-S||US||1978|