These Days may refer to: These Days (Bon Jovi album), and the title song (see below). These Days Tour, a 1995–1996 tour by Bon Jovi in support of the above album. These Days (Crystal Gayle album), 1980. These Days (Family Brown album). These Days (Goodness album). These Days (The Grapes of Wrath album), 1991. These Days (Vince Gill album), 2006, and the title song. These Days (Paul Carrack album). These Days (The Virginia Sessions), 2007 album by Pat McGee Band.
Sheffield-born paul carrack is about to return with these days – a brand new studio album of ‘Grown up POP music. HESE DAYS is Carrack’s seventeenth solo album – a run which began back in 1980, but which has been building independent momentum since the former Ace frontman formed his own label in 2000. His initial breakthrough came decades earlier, when he wrote and sang HOW LONG, the much-covered 1974 classic from Ace.
Filles de Kilimanjaro is one of the many masterpieces by American composer and trumpeter Miles Davis. It can be seen as a transitional album, right between his acoustic and electric period. He recorded this incredible work of modern jazz together with music greatest's such as Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, and Chick Corea. Paul Carrack is known for his role in the bands Ace, Squeeze, and Mike & The Mechanics (a side project by Mike Rutherford of Genesis). As a solo musician, he recorded the hits "Don't Shed a Tear", "When You Walk in the Room" and "Don't Dream It's Over".
Paul Carrack, one of the most revered voices in music and a figurehead of soulful pop for decades, will return to the delight his legions of admirers with a show at The London Palladium. The news comes hot off the heels of his new album, These Days. The most accomplished collection of songs in his distinguished career, it features 11 brand new compositions, six of them Carrack solos and five co-writes with his old Squeeze bandmate Chris Difford
is the third studio album by American rapper Ab-Soul. It was released on June 24, 2014, by Top Dawg Entertainment (TDE). The record serves as the follow-up to his critically acclaimed Control System (2012). The album features guest appearances from Black Hippy affiliates Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q and Jay Rock; as well as Rick Ross, Lupe Fiasco, Action Bronson and Mac Miller (as Delusional Thomas), whose in-house studio is where Ab-Soul recorded the majority of the record, among others.
Paul Carrack - Another Cup Of Coffee. Paul Carrack - Another Cup Of Coffee.
|2||Life In A Bubble||4:37|
|3||In The Cold Light Of Day||2:54|
|6||You Make Me Feel Good||3:42|
|7||Tell Somebody Who Cares||4:18|
|8||Where Does The Time Go?||4:00|
|9||Talk To Me||4:26|
|11||The Best I Could||3:54|
- Mastered By – Ray Staff
- Mixed By – Martin Levan
- Producer – Paul Carrack, Peter Van Hooke
- Recorded By – Geoff Foster, Graham Bonnett
Notes8-page art booklet included.
Packaged in a jewel case with a transparent tray.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: PCARCD 30 23 A00
|PCARCD30||Paul Carrack||These Days (CD, Album)||Carrack-UK||PCARCD30||Europe||2018|
|PCARLP30||Paul Carrack||These Days (LP, Album)||Carrack-UK||PCARLP30||Europe||2018|