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Soul Kiss - Joe Jackson - Big World (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Every time I turn the TV on It's always just the same old tease See everything you ever dreamed That you could want But nothing that you need And every gorgeous girl in Hollywood Could soon be mine I got the money and from time to .
  2. Body and Soul is an album by Joe Jackson, released in March The album was Jackson's seventh studio album. In the UK it peaked at No. The tracks are a mix of pop and jazz and salsa, showcasing the U.S. No. 15 hit single "You Can't Get What You Want (Till You Know What You Want)". In a nod to its jazz standards influence, the cover art imitated that of the album Sonny Rollins, Vol. unerviclolandba.nukiteckeybirotingwebpmicorcujap.infoinfo: New wave, smooth jazz.
  3. May 16,  · referencing Big World, LP + LP, S/Sided + Album, , Night & Day along with Body & Soul are two of my favourite albums of all time. I never really got into Big World, I must give the LP a whirle soon!/5().
  4. Every time I turn the TV on It's always just the same old tease See everything you ever dreamed That you could want But nothing that you need And every gorgeous girl in Hollywood Could soon be mine I got the money and from time to .
  5. Ever the chameleon Joe Jackson pulled another complete with the release of "Big World" in On this album he pulls away from the sound of his previous two (very successful) albums, puts together a basic rock combo (Keys, bass, drums, guitar) and records the whole thing in front of a live audience/5(65).
  6. Joe Jackson (born 11 August in Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, UK, as David Ian Jackson) is a British musician. Jackson is probably best known for the hit singles Is She Really Going Out With Him? () and Steppin' Out (). Although born in Staffordshire, Jackson grew up in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England.
  7. Fantastic album by Joe Jackson, recorded live in a way that you can hear a pin drop between songs. So nostalgic, romantic, biting; this critique and recognition of the reality of the businessman archetype taking the world in the world with an "Ugly American" filter features amazing instrumentation and lyrics that run from satire to homesickness/5(6).

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