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Album: How Cruel (1979). In the '70s, it was rather seedy, and it gave Joan Armatrading the idea for this song, which is about an attention-getting guy with lipstick, a red umbrella and his hair piled high. In a Songfacts interview with Armatrading, she told the story: "I was in New York and I'd just seen somebody off at the airport. whatever this place was in New York.
Joan Armatrading is the third studio album from the British singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading and her second for A&M Records. It was her first album to be recorded entirely in London, as her first two albums - Whatever's for Us and Back to the Night being partially recorded in France and Wales respectively in addition to London. Released in 1976, it included Armatrading's sole Top 10 hit single, "Love and Affection".
Artist: Joan Armatrading. Album: Me Myself I World Tour, 2016. This is from one 1979's EP called "How cruel" with only this and other three songs. There was written on the cover: "Four new songs so good they could'nt wait for an album" - fabulous.
He has little red feet His stockin's in his shoes Lipstick and rouge on his face He has his hair piled high Has a red umbrella And carries his head in the sky. And I said "Oh Rosie, don't you do that to the boy Don't you come on so willing Don't you come on so strong It can be so chillin' When you ain't so willin' And your warmth sets like the sun"
Band Name Joan Armatrading. Type EP. Data de lançamento 1980. Labels A And M Records. Estilo de MúsicaFolk Rock. Membros têm este álbum0. Other productions from Joan Armatrading. Me Myself I. Show Some Emotion.
The album peaked at number 12 and was certified Gold by the British Phonographic Industry. Armatrading's 1979 live album Steppin' Out contained two songs from this album, "Love and Affection" and "Tall in the Saddle". The album's producer, Glyn Johns, later said it was the best album he'd ever been associated with.
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|AMS 7506||Joan Armatrading||Rosie (7", Single, Promo)||A&M Records||AMS 7506||UK||1979|