Title: Indian Summer
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Indian Summer is a posthumous Mick Ronson soundtrack album for a film that was never made. It contained previously unreleased material, most of it recorded around 1981. Many of the tracks were instrumentals. The track "Indian Summer" was considered for Heaven and Hull. Indian Summer (Opening Title)". Satellite 1". "(Interlude) Get on With It".
Indian Summer is a posthumous Mick Ronson soundtrack album for a film never made. It contains previously unreleased material, most of it recorded around 1981. Many of the songs are instrumentals. "Ballad of Jack Daniels".
Album · 2001 · 12 Songs. Indian Summer Mick Ronson. Listen on Apple Music.
Complete your Mick Ronson collection. Indian Summer (Opening Title). Satellite 1. Get On With It (Interlude). Ballad Of Jack Daniels. PILOT 57. Mick Ronson. Indian Summer (Music From The Motion Picture) (CD, Album).
Showtime is a live album by the English rock guitarist Mick Ronson, which was released in 1999. It is a compilation of two live shows from 1976 and 1989, and the album was released six years after Ronson's death. Crazy Love" (Blondie Chaplin). Hey Grandma" (Jerry Miller, Don Stevenson). Takin' a Train" (Jay Davis). Junkie" (Ricky Fataar). I'd Give Anything to See You" (Ronson). Just Like This" (T-Bone Walker). Sweet Dreamer" (Ronson, D. Gibson).
Around 1981-1982, Mick Ronson was approached to score a film and, apparently finding himself with a little time on his hands, settled down to sketch out a few ideas. But that was just about all he did - sketch. The idea that the handful of even half-completed demos might someday be combined with a clutch of other outtakes, working versions, and revised oldies and sold to the fan club as some kind of final project surely never crossed his mind.
Mick Ronson should need no introduction: producer, top-flight musician, and consummate sideman to David Bowie and Ian Hunter. Sadly, in his short life, he only made two solo albums, plus a third that was completed after his death. Since then he's become a cottage industry, with various posthumous albums, live and studio, collecting up rare and unknown material.
Indian Summer (Opening Title), 04:02. Midnight Love, 04:12.