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New York City Here I Come - Albert Hammond - Albert Hammond (Vinyl, LP, Album)

   12.12.2019  8 Comments

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  1. Written-By – A. Hammond*, C.B. Sager* B2: Evertything I Want To Do (New Version) Written-By – A. Hammond - M. Hazlewood* B3: Down By The River (New Version) Written-By – A. Hammond - M. Hazlewood* B4: The Air That I Breathe Written-By – A. Hammond - M. Hazlewood* B5: New York City Here I Come Written-By – A.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of New York City Here I Come on Discogs. Label: Epic - EPC • Format: Vinyl 7 Albert Hammond - New York City Here I Come (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(5).
  3. At the age of 18, Hammond moved back to England. In the beginning of the 70s, Hammond moved to Los Angeles in the United States, where he continued his professional career as a musician. He's the father of Albert Hammond Jr. from The Strokes. On 19 June , Hammond was inducted to the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
  4. It Never Rains In Southern California () Listen To The World If You Gotta Break Another Heart From Great Britain To L.A. Brand New Day Anyone Here In The Audience It Never Rains In Southern California Names, Tags, Numbers And Labels Down By The River The Road To Understanding The Air That I Breathe The Free Electric Band () Smokey Factory Blues The Peacemaker Woman of the World.
  5. So when Albert Hammond Jr. makes his way to a concert venue near you, make sure that you have your tickets to see him live in concert—snag yours here on StubHub before it's too late! Greatest Hits As a solo artist, Albert Hammond Jr. has released two popular indie rock albums: Yours to Keep () and Como Te Llama ().
  6. Albert Hammond displays a heavy Paul Simon influence in how Hammond incorporates Caribbean rhythms and writes stark folk-rock: "Dime Queen of Nevada" is a dead-ringer for "Mother Child and Reunion" and "I Don't Wanna Die in an Air Disaster" recalls "Duncan" so strongly it's fortunate that Hammond didn't sequence these two back-to-back, since that's the only way they'd echo Paul Simon .
  7. New York City, here I come Hang on to your hat, ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh New York City, here I come Show me the park Sunday after lunch And we'll go back to your room when it comes to the crunch And if you give me the day, I'll give you the night If you pretend you are sleeping, I'll put up a fight Hang on to your hat, ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh.
  8. Lyrics to "New York City, Here I Come" by ALBERT HAMMOND: Give me a smile, do you know what it's worth? / And if you give me an acre, I'll give you the earth / And if you give me a start, I ain't gonna stop / I'll be flying from rooftop to rooftop to rooftop / If you give me your room, I'll come .

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