Stephanie De-Sykes - Cool Wind From The North FLAC album
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Stephanie de Sykes (born Stephanie Ryton, 1948) is a British singer. She attended Brays Grove School in Harlow, Essex; she returned to the school for a final reunion in June 2008 as guest of honour. De Sykes had a hit in 1974 with the Simon May penned "Born With a Smile on My Face" which reached Number 2 in the UK Singles Chart. She also recorded the theme tune to the television programme The Golden Shot with the group "Rain" that same year.
Cool Wind from the North. EMI Music Distribution 532335.
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Album title: Cool Wind From The North. Download Stephanie De-Sykes - Cool Wind From The North. Related music: The Three Musketeers Featuring John Sykes - Sykes's Birthday Party.
A beautiful David Mindel song. Recorded by Stephanie (and never released) in the early 1980s. 01 Just One More Night. Listen to 01 Just One More Night by Peph on February 1, 2016 ·. Recorded by Stephanie in 1975 under the name of Debbie Stanford "just for a bit of fun". Those were the days when a singer could go into the studio and make a record under an assumed name for the sheer devilment of it. Wonderful Summer.
Stephanie De-Sykes is a British singer. Soloist singer De Sykes had a hit in 1974 with the Simon May penned "Born With a Smile on My Face" which reached Number 2 in the UK Singles Chart. She also recorded the theme tune to the television programme The Golden Shot with the group 'Rain' that same year. The theme song, "Golden Day" was written for them by Lynsey De Paul and Barry Blue. De-Sykes provided background vocals for Meat Loaf's 1984 album Bad Attitude, which included the Jim Steinman penned single, "Nowhere Fast". In 1981, she teamed up with Angus Deayton to record a parody of that year's Eurovision winner "Making Your Mind Up" by Bucks Fizz.
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|A||Cool Wind From The North
Written-By – S. Tyson*
|B||No Matter Now
Written-By – C. Mills*, S. De-Sykes*
- Manufactured By – CGD S.p.A.
- Producer – Bruce Welch, Tony Palmer
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): 82 DJS 19789-1N
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): 82 DJS 19789-2N
|1238-10789||Stephanie De-Sykes||Cool Wind From The North (7", Single, Mono, Promo)||DJM Records||1238-10789||Canada||1977|
|DJS 10789||Stephanie De-Sykes||Cool Wind From The North (7")||DJM Records||DJS 10789||UK||1977|