Title: Rotterdam 1989
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Richie Kotzen is the self-titled first studio album by the American guitarist Richie Kotzen, released on August 11, 1989 through Shrapnel Records. All music composed by Richie Kotzen. Richie Kotzen – guitar, keyboards. Jason Becker, Mike Varney – producers. Tori Swenson – engineer, mixing. Joe Marquez, Marc Reyburn - assistant engineers. Mark Rennick – mixing assistant. George Horn – mastering at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California.
Icons: Lionel Richie and The Commordores. Lionel Richie, Commodores. Just Go. Lionel Richie. 2008 Live At Symphonica In Rosso/2008. Classic Love, The Ultimate Ballads Album.
Lionel Richie is the eponymous debut solo studio album by American singer Lionel Richie, released on October 6, 1982, on Motown Records. It was recorded and released while Richie was still a member of the Commodores; he left the group shortly after the album's release. The first single from the album, "Truly", topped the Billboard Hot 100. Follow-up single "You Are" reached number four, and "My Love" reached number five
I noticed some parts of the concert posted at TCB in the past, but not the full concert. Name: Lionel Richie - Live in Rotterdam Year: 1987 Sour. This is a never commercially released live performance of Lionel Richie. The concert was professionally recorded for TV at the Ahoy venue in Rotterdam The Netherlands on April 13 1987. I was there ). Track Listing: Hello. Running With The Night. Medley) Truly, You Are, Three Times A Lady.
16 Instrumental Hits released: 1994. Back to Front released: 1992. All Night Live released: 1989. Dancing on the Ceiling released: 1986. The Composer released: 1985. Can't Slow Down released: 1983. Lionel Richie released: 1982. Icon released: Great Love Songs released
As a special thank you to my fans, select show tickets will include a copy of my HELLO from Las Vegas album coming out in August! (1 CD per ticket).
Above: Lionel Richie celebrates his first Number 1 album in 23 years with a good old cuppa! The Glastonbury theme continues further down the chart with Florence + The Machine’s How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful (2) and James Bay’s Chaos and the Calm (3) both landing in the Top 5, and nearly half of the entire Top 40 belonging to Glastonbury acts. Meanwhile, Taylor Swift’s 1989 holds firm at Number 4, while Ed Sheeran’s x (5) rounds out this week’s Top 5. New entries and high climbers
|2||All Night Long||6:33|
|3||Running With The Night||5:53|
|4||Truly / Three Times A Lady||7:44|
|6||Say You, Say Me||6:16|
|10||Dancing On The Ceiling||6:35|
NotesRecorded Live in Rotterdam, Holland, April 6, 1989
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- Barcode: 4013971120482
- Rights Society: GEMA