Various - Geffen Guide February 1990 album flac
Genre: Electronic / Rock / Media & Screen
Title: Geffen Guide February 1990
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Shaking the Tree (1990). The Rolling Stone Album Guide. Passion (re-released as Passion: Music for The Last Temptation of Christ) is an album released in 1989 by the English singer-songwriter Peter Gabriel. It was the first Peter Gabriel album to be released on Real World Records. It is his second soundtrack and eighth album overall. It was originally composed as the soundtrack album for the film The Last Temptation of Christ, but Gabriel spent several months after the film's release further developing the music, finally releasing it as a full-fledged album instead of a movie soundtrack.
Kojiki is an album by the new age artist Kitarō, which was nominated for a Grammy award in 1990. This album features the string section from the Skywalker Symphony, along with Kitaro's signature keyboard and flute sounds. It was released in 1990. The flute music and prelude in the song "Duniya Haseenon ka mela" from the Bollywood blockbuster Gupt (released in 1997) has been directly lifted from the song Matsuri (among other songs by Kitaro), by the composer Viju Shah. All tracks written by Kitaro.
Missing lyrics by Asia?
Despite the lack of British chart success with these singles, an album, Mandy, was released in 1988.
The Guns ‘N Roses album is a Geffen release. The company also releases albums from Island Records and Virgin Records. Geffen must have been pleased to see Michael Jackson help the unthreatening Mottola take over CBS Records (SPY, April 1990). While Yetnikoff foundered, rumors abounded that Jackson would be deflecting from CBS to Geffen Records or MCA. In the end, Yetnikoff left CBS, and Jackson stayed.
In February, Johnson came through town for a concert revisiting his Grammy-winning 1990 classic album "Ah Via Musicom" with his band from the original "Musicom" sessions.
In 1990, Geffen started its DGC imprint for new talent. The next year, Geffen Records changed distributors. It dropped WEA for Uni Distribution nationally and BMG abroad. David Geffen stayed busy outside the music business, producing a film adaptation of Interview with the Vampire, based on Anne Rice's bestselling novel. The label prided itself on customizing its promotional approach to the particular needs of its various acts.
David Lawrence Geffen (born February 21, 1943) is an American business magnate, producer, film studio executive, and philanthropist. Geffen created or co-created Asylum Records in 1970, Geffen Records in 1980, DGC Records in 1990, and DreamWorks SKG in 1994.
|A1||–The Black Crowes||Twice As Hard|
|A2||–The Black Crowes||Jealous Again|
|A3||–The Black Crowes||Seeing Things|
|A4||–Lock Up||Can´t Stop The Bleeding|
|A5||–Lock Up||24-Hour Man|
|A6||–Lock Up||Nothing New|
|A7||–Boublil*, Schönberg*||The Last Night Of The World|
|A8||–Boublil*, Schönberg*||The Heat Is On In Saigon|
|A9||–Nitzer Ebb||Lightning Man|
|A10||–Nitzer Ebb||Getting Closer|
|A11||–Nitzer Ebb||Fun To Be Had|
- Producer – Marc O. Graue*