Long Way from Home is a 1979 EP by British hard rock band Whitesnake. The titular song was written by lead singer, David Coverdale, and "Trouble" and "Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City" are the B-side tracks. The song was taken from the band's album Lovehunter, and was the lead-off track. The song charted at number 55 on the UK Singles Chart in 1979. The Japanese release was the single, and its B-side was "Walking in the Shadow of the Blues".
Long Way Home is the eighth studio album by American heavy metal band Dokken, released in the spring of 2002. It is the only Dokken album which features former Europe guitarist John Norum and the first featuring bassist Barry Sparks. One of the songs on the album, "Heart Full of Soul", is a cover version of the 1965 single by the English rock band The Yardbirds. The song was written by Graham Gouldman of the band 10cc. As of 2011, Long Way Home has sold 410,000 copies worldwide.
Come a Long Way. Artist: Simple Minds. Album: 5 Album Set (Remastered) (Sons and Fascination/New Gold Dream/Sparkle in the Rain/Once Upon a Time/Street Fighting Years), 2012. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
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And there's no question that Cook is a master of sorts - You've Come a Long Way, Baby is a seamless record, filled with great imagination, unexpected twists and turns, huge hooks, and great beats. It's the kind of record that gives big beat a good name.
The Housemartins bassist turned DJ’ing mix master has been collaging up silly pop songs since Beats International’s excellent 1990 album, Let Them Eat Bingo. The way the dance world’s bigbeat partisans cheer him, though, you’d think he had just invented the musical sucker punch all by himself. Instead, Cook proves what all pop pros know: that obvious is harder than subtle. The rest of it? Pretty darned good, is all. So on You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby, Cook makes the hooks as blatant as a dance-world denizen can - he stoops to vocals. After opening with the cheeky Wu-Tang lite of Right Here, Right Now, he keys his supercatchy single-of-the-year candidate, The Rockafeller Skank, to the rapped right about now, the funk soul brother, And while there’s no way to improve on that instant classic, the way In Heaven ( Fatboy Slim is fucking in heaven ) repeats the word fucking 108 times.
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