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The Family - The Screams Of Passion Album

The Family - The Screams Of Passion Album
Performer: The Family
Title: The Screams Of Passion
Country: UK
Genre: Funk & Rythm
Style:Soul, Funk
Released: 1985
Catalog number: W 8953T, 920 360-0
Label: Paisley Park
MP3 album szie: 1168 mb
FLAC album size: 1289 mb

Tracklist

1The Screams Of Passion (Extended Version)6:45
2Yes (LP Version)4:27

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
0-20360, 9 20360-0 AThe Family The Screams Of Passion ‎(12", Maxi)Paisley Park, Warner Bros. Records0-20360, 9 20360-0 AUS1985
928 953-7The Family The Screams Of Passion ‎(7", Single)Paisley Park, Warner Bros. Records928 953-7Europe1985
920 360-0The Family The Screams Of Passion ‎(12", Maxi)Paisley Park, Warner Bros. Records920 360-0Europe1985
9 28953-7The Family The Screams Of Passion ‎(7")Warner Bros. Records9 28953-7Canada1985
SAM 267The Family The Screams Of Passion ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl)Warner Bros. RecordsSAM 267UK1985

Credits

  • Conductor [Orchestra]Clare Fischer
  • ProducerDavid Z., The Family

Short intro

FAIR USE DISCLAIMER: Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as Family is a 1985 album released on Prince's Paisley Park Records label by the band of the same name. The album consists of eight Minneapolis sound tracks but with a funk-jazz slant. Two of the tracks are instrumentals, and three are ballads many feature string arrangements by Clare Fischer, marking the beginning of Prince's longstanding association with the Michigan-born composer-arranger. A single was released for The Screams of Passion, a modest hit that was re-released in 1996 on the Girl 6. Features Song Lyrics for The Family's The Screams of Passion album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User the video for The Screams of Passion from The Family's Girl 6 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. Girl 6. The Family can refer to 6 different artists: an American R&B band, a British countryfolkblues band, a psychedelic bluescountrytropicalia band, and an 2 different Australian bands a read more. The Family can refer to 6 different artists: an American R&B band, a British countryfolkblues band, a psychedelic bluescountrytropicalia band, and an 2 different Australian bands a punk grunge type band, a lo-fi electronica gro read more. Similar Artists. The Screams of Passion was the first single from The Family's self-titled debut album, The Family. The Family was comprised of former. Screams of Passion - St. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Screams of Passion. This song is by The Family and appears on the album The Family 1985. Whoa no, whoa yeah woo ohWhoa no, whoa no, yeah, yeah. There's a gentle autumn breeze that blowsWhenever we be lyin', lyin' in my bedThe moon appears and disappears, you look at meMy clothes I quickly, I quickly shed. The curtains dance a minuet, autumn plays the music, babyCome on, hold my handLeaves are fallin' velvet splashOnly you and I can under, only you can understand. The Screams Of Passion. from the album The Family. single art for The Screams Of Passion. Song details. Performer: The Family. First Released: 19 July 1985 - The Screams Of Passion single. Albums: The Family. The Screams Of Passion, released on a single a month before the The Family album, is the first Prince-related track to be released featuring string orchestration by Clare Fischer. Screams Of Passion - The Truth. The Family isn't among the true classics that came from Minneapolis in the 1980s it isn't in a class with Prince's Purple Rain, the Time's Ice Cream Castles, or Sheila E's The Glamorous Life, but it's competent and generally decent. Produced by David Z, this LP ranges from the sweaty funk of High Fashion and Mutiny to moodier items like Desire and the single The Screams of Passion. Screams of Passion. Susannah Melvoin, Paul Peterson. The Family