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P. Lion - A step in the right way album mp3
A step in the right way
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Saxophone – Marco Gotti, Paolo Panigada, Roger Rota. Trumpet – Sergio Orlandi, Umberto Marcandalli. Vocals – Angie Brown, Dee Lewis, Francesca Vavassori, Tiziana Manenti. Written-By – N. Mosconi (tracks: 4, 7 to 9), P. Pelandi. Matrix, Runout: VAI FM CD 1011 7S530121.

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Lion (Pietro Paolo Pelandi) (born June 29, 1959) is an Italian singer and musician who achieved his greatest success in the 1980s. He took the name of "P. Lion" because of the three "P"s in his name and because the symbol of his family is a lion. He started to play the piano and write his own music at a young age. Very famous in Italy, he achieved international fame with his two hits "Happy Children" (1983, produced by Davide Zambelli of the band Scotch) and "Dream" (1984). In 1995 he released "A Step In The Right Way", an album with FMA and the publisher Allione. He collaborates as arranger on some productions such as Betty Villani or Tony Sheridan.

Right of Way is a trance album by DJ Ferry Corsten. It was the first album to be released under his own name. The album spawned three singles: "Punk" (UK "Rock Your Body, Rock" (UK and "It's Time" (UK Rock Your Body, Rock" – 5:15. Right of Way" – 7:46. Shelley Harland)" – 3:47. Sweet Sorrow" – 6:15. Hearts Connected" – 6:37.

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This album was released 0. 4. 1995 and containing 11 tracks. If we have other releases and albums P. Lion you can see it on this page. All music content by P. Lion is presented for reference only. All new music by P. Lion.

Step 2. Now for the fiddly bit – deep breath and focus. A third of the way up to the right draw a small upside down triangle for its nose. Now imagine you’re drawing a thin moustache, curving all the way up to the left. Now relax – one joyful face complete. Step 4. This magnificent lion’s head needs a body! A short tree trunk stump should do it, but make the edges round (no corners please), ready to attach some legs. Step 5. Yeah baby, let’s get those dancin’ legs in. Tree trunk shapes again, but thinner and twice as long as its body. Step 7. Now for the juggling balls. Draw one big dot right above the centre of its head, then two to the left and one to the right – equal distance away from each other. Oops, Lion’s dropped one, so draw one more giant dot by its right foot.