The Smithereens - In A Lonely Place FLAC album
The Smithereens and Suzanne Vega-In A Lonely Place I heard it said somewhere that one day all good things come to an end. I turn around to see you.
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The song 'In A Lonely Place' by The Smithereens has a tempo of 126 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Especially for You'.
In a Lonely Place" is a song by the American alternative rock group The Smithereens, released in 1986. It is the third single released in support of their debut album Especially for You. It features Suzanne Vega on background vocals, as well as guest musicians Frank Christian on acoustic guitar and Jeffrey Berman on vibraphone.
Album: Especially For You (1986). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. The title was taken from a 1950 Humphrey Bogart movie directed by Nicholas Ray (the director of Rebel Without A Cause). In it, Bogart plays a screenwriter accused of murder. This inspires and then sours a romance with Gloria Graham, leading to dialog such as "I was born the day I met you" and "Yesterday that might have mattered, not it doesn't mean a thing," which was cut and pasted into the lyrics for the song. Lyrics to In A Lonely Place. Songfacts Newsletter. A monthly update on our latest interviews, stories and added songs.
Blow Up is the title of the fourth full-length studio album by The Smithereens. The album charted at in the . The second single, "Too Much Passion", became the group's second top-40 single, peaking at Top of the Pops was released as the first single of the album. Blow Up’s cover design is by movie poster/title sequence artist Saul Bass ( Vertigo, West Side Story, North by Northwest, Psycho ). All songs written by Pat DiNizio except where indicated.
Especially for You. Enigma Records. Blown to Smithereens: The Best of the Smithereens. The Best of the Smithereens.
Matrix, Runout (Runout etched side A): 08-11216-1A1 A. Matrix, Runout (Runout etched side B): 08-11216 B. Matrix, Runout (Label side A): 08-011216-1.
5. Behind The Wall Of Sleep. The album opens with "Beauty and Sadness", when you listen closely it sounds similar to the Beatles "Ticket to Ride". The next song, "Strangers When We Meet", has a distinct Top 40 sound. Blood and Roses" is one the Smithereens best songs with it's pulsating beat & distinctive bass run, it went to on the Mainstream Rock Tracks.
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- Producer – Don Dixon
- Written-By – Pat DiNizio
NotesTaken From The Album "Especially For You"
Same Track Both Sides
|4S-75501, 4V-75501||The Smithereens||In A Lonely Place (Cass, Single, Cob)||Enigma Records , Enigma Records||4S-75501, 4V-75501||Canada||1987|
|LMD 515||The Smithereens||In A Lonely Place (12")||Liberation Records||LMD 515||Australia||1987|
|ALI-738||The Smithereens||In A Lonely Place (7", Single, Promo)||Enigma Records , Alfa||ALI-738||Japan||1986|
|B-75003||The Smithereens||In A Lonely Place (7")||Enigma Records||B-75003||US||1986|
|1D-267||The Smithereens||In A Lonely Place (7", Single)||Enigma Records||1D-267||Spain||1987|