The entire discography of the K-ON! girls. Not including instrumental versions, background music, or individual member versions of group songs (or 'let's go' and 'come with me'). NOTE: I do try to update this playlist every few months as songs get removed from YouTube pretty often.
On the Road was a concert tour performed by Roger Waters in 1987 in support of the album Radio . The shows included material from the album as well as songs from well known Pink Floyd albums such as The Dark Side of the Moon (1973), Wish You Were Here (1975) and The Wall (1979). The tour started in North America on 14 August 1987 and ended on the 22 November 1987 with two performances at Wembley Arena in London, England.
Performer: Roger Waters Album: Radio . Pre-production and programming on The Skylight Suite recorded in the Billiard Room from October to December 1986. Mixed at Odyssey from February to March 1987.
This is the cover of Radio . S, with the text in Morse code with the exception being the satellite and the title along with Roger Waters name. Album Art" Track Info.
Three songs 'Get Back To Radio', 'Molly's Song' and 'Going To Live In LA' didn't make it to the final album. But the songs can be heard on the single releases. words and music by Roger Waters. All titles produced by Ian Ritchie and Roger Waters Except 'Me Or Him' and 'The Powers That Be' produced by Ian Ritchie, Nick Griffiths and Roger Waters. Engineered by Chris Sheldon Assistant Engineers: Paul Batchelor, Kevin Whyte, Colin Lyon.
Radio TOK FM to pierwsze radio informacyjne w Polsce. Format news & talk.
Roger Waters' second solo album is yet another conceptual narrative, one that tells the tale of a wheelchair-bound boy who tries to halt the threat of nuclear war through his use of the HAM radio. The story line isn't held together as tightly as his first album, and the whole fable seems a little too far fetched, even when taken lightly. Unlike The Pros and Cons album, the music here overrides the narrative, but not by much, highlighted by the upbeat pop single "Radio Waves. The last tune, entitled "The Tide Is Turning," is the only other focal point of the album, an honest-sounding ballad that relinquishes a glimmer of hope in an otherwise unpromising world.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Radio . album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Radio .
|A||–T.O.K*||On The Radio|
|B||–Richard "Shams" Browne*||Version/Extasy|