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Belle Belle - Take Me Album

Belle Belle - Take Me Album

Performer: Belle Belle
Title: Take Me
Style: Italo-Disco
Released: 1986
Cat#: Mix 279
Country: Italy
Label: Discomagic Records
Size MP3 version: 2212 mb
Size FLAC version: 1260 mb
Size WMA version: 2414 mb
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 958
Genre: Electronic

Belle Belle - Take Me Album


1Take Me (Instrumental)
2Take Me


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MIX 279Belle Belle Take Me ‎(12")Discomagic RecordsMIX 279Italy1985
noneBelle Belle Take Me ‎(5xFile, MP3, 320)ZYX Music, Discomagic RecordsnoneEurope2010




Album 2010 5 Songs. Take Me Belle Belle. Me Big One Version. Belle Belle. Take Me. Zyx Music GmbH от лица компании zyxdiscomagic Reservoir Media Publishing, EMI Music this page you can download song Belle Belle - Take Me Club Version 1985 in mp3 and listen online. Watch music video Belle Belle - Take Me Club Version 1985 online. Update music video. Send lyrics Send translation. Similar songs. Belle Belle - Take Me Club Version. Belle Belle - Take Me. Belle 'N' Belle - Take Me 12'' Discomagic Mix. Wild Belle - Take Me Away. Belle Haven - Me. Belle Epoque - Black Is Black Version Integrale Club. Guy Mitchell - Belle, Belle, My Liberty Belle. Fat - Take Me Down Extended Version 1985. Belle Morte - Mercy EP Version. Listen free to Belle Belle Take Me Take Me Club Version, Take Me Big One Version and more. 5 tracks 22:59. It is his first album recorded without longtime producer Willie Mitchell, owner of Green's former label, Hi Records. With Mitchell and his label Green also abandoned the famed Hi Rhythm Section, which had previously played a large part in defining Green's distinctive musical style. This also marks the first instance in which Green plays lead guitar on his records. Take Me, 05:23. Belle, Belle, My Liberty Belle - Guy Mitchell. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Green kicks the record off with what I suppose is the key line from Belle : Its you that I wantBut Him that I need. He thus joins a long line of rock & roll wantneed oppositionists - from Bob Dylan with Memphis Blues Again to the Rolling Stones with You Cant Always Get What You Want, to name only the best. He leaves them behind in his attempt to resolve the contradiction: Green tries to get Belle to accept Jesus, too. With its half-buried asides about drunken country bars, the song soon grows very spooky it h