The Kids - Gotcha! download album
1985: The Kids release Gotcha!, their final studio album, just to split up shortly after. 1996: The Kids reform and start touring again, playing concerts in France and Belgium, Italy, and Germany. 2004: The Kids play their first concert in the USA, at Southpaw in Brooklyn. A DVD of this sold-out show is released under the title The Kids: Live in New York. 2005: The Kids play their first Canadian tour and play at a festival in Austin, Texas. 2007: A box set collection including all previous The Kids albums is released.
Profile: Early in 1976, Ludo Mariman answers an ad from a 12-year-old bass player looking for a band, Danny De Haes. Eddy, Danny's older brother plays the drums. A second guitar player joins them in spring of 1978. The band lasts until Summer 1986. During this period, they record 6 albums and 12 singles.
Perfil: Early in 1976, Ludo Mariman answers an ad from a 12-year-old bass player looking for a band, Danny De Haes.
Gotcha! The Kids Photographers, Gold Coast, Queensland. Gotcha! The Kids Photographers added a new photo to the album AUGUST 2282. 23 August at 23:17 ·. Gotcha! The Kids Photographers added a new photo to the album AUGUST 2264. 23 August at 23:09 ·. See all.
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Gotcha! is the third album released by the salsa band DLG. It includes well known singles such as Volvere. It is the last album to feature Huey Dunbar as the lead singer. It received a Grammy nomination for Best Salsa Album. Eres Mi Vida" - 4:52. Got a Hook On You" (DLG Blues) - 5:00. A Veces Me Pregunto" - 4:50. Volveré" (Bachata) - 4:36
I Gotcha" is a song by Joe Tex. He originally intended for the song to be recorded by King Floyd, but Floyd never recorded it. Instead, Tex recorded it himself in the late 1960s but did not release it at that time. He decided to re-record the song in late 1971 and released it as the B-side of "A Mother's Prayer", the first single off his 1972 album that was also titled I Gotcha
The title track from the upcoming Album "Remember The Times" is here.
The song was written by Mauboy, Louis Schoorl and Ilan Kidron, and produced by The Schoolkids. It was released as the lead single from the soundtrack album on 13 July 2012. Musically, "Gotcha" is an upbeat pop and swing dance song, which incorporates influences of motown and elements of 1960s music
|A4||Pull Me Up||3:26|
|B2||In The Heat Of The Night||3:08|
|B5||Do It Now||3:01|
- Published By – Makin' Music
- Published By – Universal Songs
- Recorded At – Ace Studio
- Mixed At – Ace Studio
- Printed By – Druco
- Distributed By – Indisc
- Alto Saxophone – Eddy Levens
- Backing Vocals – Annemie Nuyens, Danny Caen*, Gert Van Rompaey, Rudy Torfs
- Bass – Danny De Haes
- Cover [Design], Photography By [Back Cover] – Eric Philippe
- Drums – Cesar Jenssen*
- Executive-Producer – Alfie Falckenbach, Stonne Holmgren
- Flute – Pol Van Laar
- Guitar – Luc Van De Poel, Rik Aerts, Robby Walter
- Keyboards – Roel Spaenhoven
- Percussion – Herwig Duchateau
- Piano – Ronny Bracke*
- Producer – Cesar Jenssen*, Herwig Duchateau, Ludo Mariman
- Saxophone – William Overloop*
- Trumpet – Luc Van Tilborgh
- Vocals, Guitar – Ludo Mariman
- Written-By – Ludo Mariman
NotesMade in Belgium
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