This CD is a combination of rythmic sytes with R & B influences, Roots Rock Reggae, straight ahead rock and Ska. The lyrics are relevant and concious in nature.
Nobody Knows How Deep It All Goes. Spirit In All Things. SMITH HAS STRUCK by Stephen Michael Murphy. Waiting For Believers by Stephen Michael Murphy. All music and lyrics written, arranged and produced by Stephen Michael Murphy (c) 2001). Every time the bell of creation rings Every time another sacred happening Call of the heart in every man Echoes deep chorus across the land That the last will be first and The first will be last Living in the future and out of the past Serving time prisoners of our mind Forgetting the oneness we all know inside. Nobody’s better, nobody knows Nothing to win, no where to go Knocking so hard, nothing to lose Come on people, people, can you feel the groove.
Nobody knows how to say goodbye It seems so easy 'til you try Then the moments passed you by Nobody knows how to say goodbye. Through the darkness to the dawn And when I looked back you were gone Heard your voice leading me on Through the darkness to the dawn. Love is deep as the road is long It moves my feet to carry on Beats my heart when you are gone Love is deep as the road is long. Nobody knows how the story ends Live the day, do what you can This is only where it begins Nobody knows how the story ends Nobody knows how the story ends. Nobody Knows" Track Info.
Slow As Molasses Press. How did it all begin. We may be actors in. a show ten times. Medium member since Feb 2019.
Nobody Knows Anything by Alex Highton, released 24 November 2014 1. You Don't Own This Life 2. It Falls Together 3. Panic 4. Sunlight Burns Your Skin 5. She Had This Sister 6. Kills 7. The Evil That Men Do 8. Fear 9. I Only Asked You To Try 10. Somebody Must Know Something 11. Nobody Knows Anything 12. Mephisto 13. It's Praise for Nobody Knows Anything Alex Highton’s eminently playful second album teems with ideas, all of them goo. .it’s a work that defies categorisation, but Highton’s vision is refreshingly assured throughout.
Deep is the third solo studio album by English musician Peter Murphy. Produced by Simon Rogers, the album was released on 19 December 1989 through RCA and Beggars Banquet Records and features contributions from Murphy's backing band, The Hundred Men. The album spawned three singles: "The Line Between the Devil's Teeth (And That Which Cannot Be Repeat)", "Cuts You Up" and "A Strange Kind of Love".
Performer: Stephen Michael Murphy
Title: Nobody Knows How Deep It All Goes
Size MP3: 1985 mb
Size FLAC: 1980 mb
Rating: 4.9 / 5
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