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Nick Heyward - From Monday To Sunday Album

Nick Heyward - From Monday To Sunday Album
Performer: Nick Heyward
Title: From Monday To Sunday
Country: UK
Genre: Rock / Pop
Style:Pop Rock
Released: 2010
Catalog number: CDMRED 475
Label: Cherry Red
MP3 album szie: 2333 mb
FLAC album size: 2307 mb

Tracklist

1January Man4:01
2Diary4:35
3Caravan3:41
4Something Inside2:46
5House Of Love (Demo 1992)3:01
6Ordinary People3:42
7Women In Love3:05
8Mrs. Love (Demo 1992)3:16
9Mr. Plain4:26
10Another Stupid Tuesday (Demo 1991)2:50
11Say Goodbye (Demo 1992)3:21
12Kite3:05
13January Man (Band Version) (Demo 1992)4:26
14Say What You Got To Say2:20
15 Original Album
16These Words3:15
17The Queen Of Summertime (Demo 1992)4:19
18How Do You Live Without Sunshine?5:14
19 Additional Tracks
20Ghost At My Side (Demo 1992)3:53
21He Doesn't Love You Like I Do2:47
22Everytime4:53
23Into Your Life3:13
24All I Want You To Know2:50

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
474458 2Nick Heyward From Monday To Sunday ‎(CD, Album)Epic474458 2UK1993
EK 57755Nick Heyward From Monday To Sunday ‎(CD, Album)EpicEK 57755Canada1993
ESCA 5836Nick Heyward From Monday To Sunday ‎(Cass, Album, Promo)EpicESCA 5836Japan1993
474458 1Nick Heyward From Monday To Sunday ‎(LP, Album)Epic474458 1Netherlands1993
ET 57755Nick Heyward From Monday To Sunday ‎(Cass, Album)EpicET 57755UK1993

Credits

  • Compilation Producer [Research & Compiled]Dermot James

Notes

Expanded Edition: This Cherry Red reissue has been personally overseen by Nick and expanded from its original 12-track form to include a further 10 rare b-sides and unreleased tracks.

It also features a newly created 16-page booklet with notes from Nick and rare previously unseen photos from Nick's archive.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5013929147522

Short intro

From Monday To Sunday - Nick Heyward. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Album 1994 22 Songs. From Monday to Sunday. Nick Heyward. Pop in album Nick Heyward - From Monday To Sunday 1993. Nick Heyward - He Doesn't Love You Like I Do. Nick Heyward - Kite. Nick Heyward - Into Your Life. Nick Heyward - Caravan. Nick Heyward - Ordinary People. Nick Heyward - How Do You Live Without Sunshine. Nick Heyward - January Man. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. From Monday to Sunday is the fourth solo album by English singer-songwriter Nick Heyward. It was released in 1993 through Epic Records and produced two singles, Kite 44 in the UK Singles Chart, 4 in Billboards Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart and He Doesnt Love You Like I Do 58 in the UK Singles Chart. The album was produced by Heyward and recorded at Shaw Sound studio in Fulham and Hans Zimmer and Stanley Myers Lillie Yard Studio. All tracks are written by Nick Heyward. An album from former Haircut One Hundred frontman Nick Heyward is not likely to make many people's most anticipated list, but From Monday To Sunday is pure, exuberant power pop with melodies to kill for, chiming, British Invasion-style guitars, and nary a synthesizer in earshot. Depending on the track, the basic rock lineup is augmented by various combinations of real live cello, mandolin, clarinet, horns, piano, and organ. Listen free to Nick Heyward From Monday To Sunday He Doesn't Love You Like I Do, Kite and more. 12 tracks 45:55. He Doesn't Love You Like I Do, 02:47. Kite, 03:05. Into Your Life, 03:13. Caravan, 03:41. Ordinary People, 03:42. January Man, 04:01. All I Want You to Know, 02:50. Released 1993. From Monday to Sunday Tracklist. Everytime Lyrics. About From Monday to Sunday. From Monday to Sunday Q&A. More Nick Heyward albums. Woodland Echoes. I Love You Avenue. Show all albums by Nick Heyward. Nick Heyward Format: Audio CD. From Monday To Sunday. Please retry. Fast forward to the the early 1990's. Heyward cranks out this little album - From Monday to Sunday - that could blow your socks off Kite was the song that actually got U. college and alternative radio play making it into the top 100 and on some lists hitting the top 40. However, good as that song is, it is certainly not alone