Caron Wheeler - Blue (Is The Colour Of Pain) (Remix) album download
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Blue (Is The Colour Of Pain) (Blue Theme)|
|A2||Blue (Is The Colour Of Pain) (Transformation)
Producer – Blacksmith
|B1||This Is Mine (Dub)
Producer – Blacksmith
|B2||Blue (Is The Colour Of Pain) (Transformation Dub)|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – BMG Records (UK) Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – BMG Records (UK) Ltd.
- Distributed By – BMG Records
- Distributed By – BMG Ariola
- Producer – Mark Brydon
- Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – John Gass*, Ron Fair
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 012394 453862
|PD 44536||Caron Wheeler||Blue (Is The Colour Of Pain) (CD, Maxi)||RCA||PD 44536||Europe||1990|
|PT 44536 DJ||Caron Wheeler||Blue (Is The Colour Of Pain) (12", Promo)||RCA||PT 44536 DJ||UK||Unknown|
|PB 44535||Caron Wheeler||Blue (Is The Colour Of Pain) (7", Single)||RCA||PB 44535||Europe||1990|
|DPRO-4695||Caron Wheeler||Blue (Is The Colour Of Pain) (CD, Maxi, Promo)||EMI USA||DPRO-4695||US||1991|
|V-56203||Caron Wheeler||Blue (Is The Colour Of Pain) (12", Ltd, Blu)||EMI||V-56203||US||1991|
Caron Melina Wheeler (born 19 January 1963) is a British singer, songwriter, record producer and musician. Born and raised in London, she performed in various singing competitions as a teenager and began her recording career as one of the founding members of Brown Sugar. She was also one of the founding member of the female backing vocalist group Afrodiziak. She officially rose to fame in the late 1980s as lead singer of R&B group Soul II Soul
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I Adore You. Caron Wheeler. Produced by Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis. Album Beach of the War Goddess. I adore you I adore you I adore you. Being with you Is amazing Affection you display Does the right thing to me Your special touch Is a rare one in this day Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh. One of a kind You are to me Sweeter than wine Will ever be, yeah. One on one now We can be free That is why I can't help But adore you. I adore you (I do adore you, I do adore you) Oh, ooh, yeah I adore you (I do adore you, I do adore you) Hey, yeah.
Adele's life is changed when she meets Emma, a young woman with blue hair, who will allow her to discover desire, to assert herself as a woman and as an adult. In front of others, Adele grows, seeks herself, loses herself, finds herself. Genre: Drama, Romance. Actor: Adèle Exarchopoulos, Aurélien Recoing, Benjamin Siksou, Catherine Salée, Jérémie Laheurte, Léa Seydoux, Mona Walravens, Salim Kechiouche, Sandor Funtek. Director: Abdellatif Kechiche. Country: Belgium, France, Spain.
Yes, yes, yes. Next time your significant other does you significant pain, just put Blue Is the Colour on for a few spins. It will be more healing than a public drunk and save you any day-after embarrassment.
There is no question that making Blue is the Warmest Colour was intense, immersive and extremely demanding, especially for Exarchopoulos, who was only 18 and dropped out of school to make the film. Sometimes they worked for 18 hours a day, although on other days Kechiche announced they were just going to drink coffee and talk. Sometimes it seemed to her she was spending whole days crying. It was Seydoux, despite being racked by her own doubts - ''Sometimes I'd go: 'I'm so shit; I am such a bad actress''' - who coaxed her through it. ''Sometimes she was saying, 'Oh, this is very difficult', and I was saying, 'Think about the film. I know it's so hard for you, but you will see, the film will be great and you will have a lot of success with it. ' But both of them had expected it to be hard.