The Promise Is (Vox Humana) ePub download
by Kip Zegers
- ISBN: 0896030873
- ISBN13: 978-0896030879
- ePub: 1710 kb | FB2: 1130 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Humanities
- Publisher: Humana Press; 1985 edition (November 8, 1985)
- Pages: 90
- Rating: 4.9/5
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Vox Humana is the fifth solo album released by soft rock singer Kenny Loggins. Released in 1985, it was Loggins' first album released after his appearance upon the soundtrack to the motion picture Footloose during the year prior. Vox Humana went on to be certified Gold by the RIAA. Among those who make guest appearances are members of DeBarge, The Pointer Sisters, Philip Bailey, Mr. Mister's Richard Page and Steve George.
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Vox Humana" is a Kenny Loggins song from his 1985 album, Vox Humana. It was released as the leading single from the album, and peaked at No. 29 on Billboard Hot 100. This song represents Loggins' musical experiment with synthpop and R&B swing, by working with The Pointer Sisters on composition and vocals. This is also one of the first songs produced by Loggins himself. Sheila E. also makes a guest appearance on the drums and percussions of the song. – percussion, drum programming.
ISBN13:9780896030879. Release Date:November 1985.
Words Words and expressions All these confessions Of where we stand. How I see you And you see me Dedications of symmetry Together We will be forever. Promises are shit We speak the way we breathe Present air will have to do Rearrange and see it through Stupid fucking words Tangle us in our desires Free me from this give and take Free me from this great debate. There were no truer words than when spoken Let that stand as it should There was nothing left when broken We grab anything when we fall.