The Lemon Trees - Let It Loose album download
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|1||Let It Loose (Full Length Version)
Engineer – Barry Hammond, Pete JonesMixed By – Jack Joseph Puig
|2||Sitting At My Window
Engineer – Pete JonesMixed By – Guy Chambers, Roy Spong
|3||Live And Learn (Bedroom Demo)||3:43|
Engineer – Pete JonesMixed By – Jeremy Allom, Jeremy Stacey
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – MCA Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – MCA Records Ltd.
- Published By – BMG Music Publishing Ltd.
- Distributed By – BMG Records (UK) Ltd.
- Distributed By – MCA Records Ltd.
- Glass Mastered At – Nimbus
- Design, Art Direction – Laurence Dunmore
- Photography By – David Sims
- Producer – Guy Chambers
- Written-By – Guy Chambers
Notes℗ 1993 MCA Records Ltd
© 1993 MCA Records Ltd
Per Sleeve: Part Two Of The Special Edition CD Pack
Part two of a two cd set. Comes in a card sleeve and meant to be stored in the CD1 double digipak
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 5 011781 173802
- Barcode (Scanned): 5011781173802
- Barcode (Mirrored): GASXD 3 · 1:3 ·MASTERED BY· ·NIMBUS·
|GASP 3||The Lemon Trees||Let It Loose (7", Single, Inj)||Oxygen||GASP 3||UK||1993|
|GASPD 3||The Lemon Trees||Let It Loose (CD, Single, CD1)||Oxygen||GASPD 3||UK||1993|
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Part one of a two cd set. Comes in a 6 panel double digipak sleeve to house CD2, with cardboard CD2 insert.
Let It Loose/Anything for You is the 10th studio album by Gloria Estefan and Miami Sound Machine, released in 1987. The album was re-released under a new title Anything for You and new cover art in Europe, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand, starting in October 1988 through early 1989. To date the album has sold more than 8 million copies worldwide.
Let It Loose" is a song by the Rolling Stones which was released as the last song on side three of their 1972 double album Exile on Main S. .Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, Let It Loose is an emotional gospel blues ballad with a fervent religious feeling, the song being one of the band’s prominent forays into soul and gospel during the Exile era after Jagger had attended the services of the Reverend James Cleveland and remained deeply impressed by the singing of the gospel choir.
It's better if the raucous cries of birds Exhaust themselves and, swallowed by the sky, Allow the gentle murmur of an air That barely moves among the friendly boughs To let itself be heard, so fragrances Close to the earth, that come like gentle rain Bringing sweet comfort to a troubled breast Can still the troubled passions of the heart. You know, there are these silences when things Give up themselves and seem about to yield Their deepest secrets.
Album Secret Demos (1983 - 1988). We won’t need to intimidate you If we get a major breakthrough So come on – let it loose. You’ve all seen this all before So come on, get up and off of the floor Let’s go – let it loose. We’re not here to read your rights Tonight’s the night you do what you like Hey you there – let it loose. If it’s much too loud, well, we don’t care Are you ready – let it loose. We’ve the goods to appetise Take it all, don’t compromise Oh, Let it loose
E A E Oh let see, I am lost outside your arms. B F I'll wait by the lemon trees. C B There you'll find me, if it's comfort you need. A E Or the place just to be, when it's cold in the wind. A and you'll need something sweet. E Find some shelter from things. A In these lemon trees. E A E There I'll be, with your voice in my heart. E A E Oh let see, I am lost outside your arms. A E Or the place just to be, when it's cold in the wind