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The Roches is the 1979 eponymous debut trio album by The Roches, produced by Robert Fripp, who also plays guitar and Fripperies a variation of his Frippertronics. Also playing on the album are Tony Levin and Jimmy Maelen of King Crimson and Peter Gabriel fame. Paul Simon had been so impressed with the sisters that he invited them to sing harmony on the song Was a Sunny Day on his album There Goes Rhymin' Simon. He helped them get a publishing deal and a record contract, and even produced one song. Move Roche - The Roches. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. A catchy little track from The Roches 1993 album Can We Go Home the video for Move from The Roches's Can We Go Home Now for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The Roches were active as performers and recording artists from the mid-1970s through 2007, at various times performing as a trio and in pairs. In the late 1960s, eldest sister Maggie October 26, 1951 January 21, 2017 and middle sister Terre pronounced Terry, born April 10, 1953 quit school to tour as a duo. M read more. The Roches Maggie, Terre, and Suzzy Roche were a vocal group of three songwriting Irish-American sisters from Park Ridge, New Jersey, known for their unusual and rich&qu read more. The Roches - Move. On this page you can download song The Roches - Move in mp3 and listen online. Folk-Rock Acoustic. The Roches. Can We Go Home Now. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Released: Jan 1995. Label: RykoRhino. Rhino Hi-Five: The Roches. Another World. Keep On Doing. This song is by The Roches and appears on the album Can We Go Home Now 1995. SundayCold weatherHome, that's where I'll stayOk I admit itI've been driftingDreaming the hours away. Dreamin' of loveThe gentle kindI don't have to prove myselfAll of the time. WorkingYears at a jobBurning for a raiseLet's face itI'm no go getterWorthy of a boss's praise. Worthy of loveThe unusual kindI don't have to prove myselfAll of the time. At the bus stop when the evening fallsResting there until the driver calls. Artist: The Roches. Album: Can We Go Home Now, 2000. A catchy little track from The Roches 1993 album Can We Go Home Now. Has been played on. United States 5. FeelGood Folk. Now playing . The first Roches album was born of failure: Maggie and Terre Roche had gone to England to record as a duo. Theyd gotten a record deal thanks to one of their mentors, Paul Simon, who they sang backup for on There Goes Rhymin Simon. Last year, Maggie died of cancer, at the age of 65. The Roches ended. You could feel a hole open up in the city, and it seemed to signify the end of an era, an era that defined New York as a place that couldnt necessarily be defined, much less marketed for mass appeal or branded. In the weeks before her death, Maggie asked Suzzy to take care of her music, and confessed to her sister that she regretted never having made a solo album. The Roches - The Roches

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The Roches
MP3 size:
2781 mb
FLAC size:
1788 mb
WMA size:
2126 mb
30 May 1995
Folk Rock, Acoustic
Catalog №:
VRCD 0299
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