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Crosstown - Paul Kelly And The Coloured Girls* - Under The Sun (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Crosstown - Paul Kelly And The Coloured Girls* - Under The Sun (CD, Album) ”

  1. Dolar says:
    Paul Kelly And The Coloured Girls "Under The Sun": I went out one morning, I stood on the shoreline again Maybe I was dreaming as the light came strea.
  2. Maule says:
    Gossip is the double LP debut album by Australianrock group Paul Kelly & The Coloured Girls. Produced by Alan Thorne and Paul Kelly, it was released on Mushroom Records in September , which peaked at No. 15 on the Australian Kent Music Report .
  3. Bagar says:
    After releasing three Australian albums in the early '80s, Adelaide's Paul Kelly put together a quartet called the Coloured Girls (wisely billed as the Messengers in the US; the international dichotomy was later resolved by dumping the original moniker entirely). Originally a song double album ba.
  4. Sakazahn says:
    Aug 12,  · It was this album and the ones that followed (Gossip, Under the Sun, So Much Water So Close to Home and Comedy) which cemented Kelly’s stature. Gossip, especially, was .
  5. Minos says:
    Aug 04,  · Paul Kelly And The Coloured Girls' promo-video for the track 'Bradman' (b-side of the single 'Leaps And Bounds' - January, ), taken from the album 'Under The Sun.
  6. Dourisar says:
    "Leaps and Bounds" / "Bradman" is a double A-sided single by Australian rock group Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls released in January "Leaps and Bounds" is from their debut double album, Gossip (). "Bradman" did not appear on a studio album until the international version of Under the Sun (). The single reached top in the Australian Kent Music Report Singles Chart.
  7. Digami says:
    Paul Kelly And The Coloured Girls "Crosstown": Crosstown, under the freeway, late at night Crosstown, over the river shining bright I reach my des.
  8. Kagagor says:
    Crosstown Lyrics: Crosstown, under the freeway, late at night / Crosstown, over the river shining bright / I reach my destination and I find her arms waiting to hold me / Her love is mine / She.
  9. Malak says:
    "Dumb Things" or "I've Done all the Dumb Things" is a song by Australian rock group Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls, released as the fourth single from their second album, Under the Sun. It was released by Mushroom Records imprint White Label Records in January and reached No. 36 on the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA.

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