|2||Killing Me Softly (With His Song)|
|4||Come Back To Me|
|6||Make Life A Holiday|
|7||Don't Be Yourself|
|8||I've Always Believed|
|9||Felix The Cat|
|10||I Never Dreamed|
|11||Move "The Final"|
Thanks for the understanding most of you have had for the loss of my partner. The situation was unexpected and has not been easy, but I am better. I have been very busy since, with the aftermath and work, so I really haven't had the time or desire to post here. But I do check occasionally and will try to update requested links when I get a chance. No idea when or if I'll get to new posts, but you never know. He did support this blog, so maybe I'll get back to it. Thanks for your patience.
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Thursday, October 18, 2012
Yta Farrow - Neptune's Child (1991)
Killing Me Softly (With His Song)". The album is pure dance-pop, with some house elements, and her high-pitched voice is reminiscent of Italian freestyle diva Nocera. The album's success led to a second album in 1993, Je Me Damne, this one almost entirely in French and more pop-rock based. While the album was a critical success, it wasn't a commercial one and she was dropped from the label. She reappeared in 1996 with the single "Je T'attendrai", which was from an aborted musical, and the following year released several French dance singles on Mercury Records, having her greatest success with the trancey "Le Monde Est Dans Tes Yeux". In 1999 she appeared on German dance singer Blümchen's "Tu Es Mon Ile", and in 2005 she independently released a pop rock EP entitled Prophétie. In 2008 she released a video for the song "My Hatred", a combination of dance and rock created with guitarist Damien Hervé, and apparently she worked on other songs with him, so chances are likely we'll be seeing more of Yta again soon.
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