Band Name Katrina And The Waves. Album Name Pet the Tiger. Data de lançamento 1991. Labels Virgin Records. 1. Birkenhead Garbage Pickers.
Katrina and the Waves (sometimes written as Katrina and The Waves) were a British-American rock band best known for the 1985 hit "Walking on Sunshine". They also won the 1997 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Love Shine a Light". The band's earliest incarnation was as The Waves, a group that played in and around Cambridge, England, from 1975 to 1977 and featured guitarist Kimberley Rew and drummer Alex Cooper.
Artist: Katrina & The Waves Title: Pet The Tiger Year Of Release: 1991 Label: Virgin Genre: Pop Rock Quality: FLAC (image+. Tracklist: 1. Birkenhead Garbage Pickers 3:29 2. Tin Horse 4:34 3. Pet The Tiger 3:57 4. Tears Of A Woman 4:02 5. I'll Do Anthing 4:23 6. I Really Taught Me To Watusi 3:39 7. . 3:36 8. Blue Water Blues 3:56 9. I Caught The Milktrain (He Took The Deux. Cheveaux) 3:29 10. I Can't Stand Myself (Whenever Your'e Near Me) 3:21.
Formed by Alex Cooper, Vince de la Cruz, Katrina Leskanich and Kimberley Rew in 1981, in Cambridge, England.
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The KATRINA & THE WAVES album (which was actually their THIRD album) was a known quantity, and a superb one. But WAVES had completely eluded me when it came out - maybe I heard part of it once, amid a lot of other stuff coming out in the mid-1980s (and it must have been on the wrong day.
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Katrina & the Waves had been playing a grueling schedule of pub gigs and dates at American military bases to pay the bills, and this album confirms that the hard work paid off - they sounded professional and energetic on Shock Horror!, but they're much tighter and more confident and ambitious on Katrina and the Waves, and a comparison of the versions. of "Going Down to Liverpool" and "Brown Eyed Son" from Shock Horror! and the re-recordings on this LP offers all the evidence one could hope for of how much they'd grown