BROKEN ENGLISH -DELUXE- - FAITHFULL MARIANNE - CD

20.90
676300
Artist: FAITHFULL MARIANNE
Format: CD
Status: Ενημέρωση για την διαθεσιμότητα εντός 24 ωρών
Label: UNIVERSAL
Release Date: 05/02/2013
Number of Discs: 1
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BROKEN ENGLISH -DELUXE- - FAITHFULL MARIANNE
Broken English is a 1979 album by singer Marianne Faithfull. It is often cited as Faithfull's definitive recording; Faithfull herself describes it in her autobiography as "the masterpiece". The album contains some of her most famous songs, including the title track and "The Ballad of Lucy Jordan", and was notable for the controversy surrounding the final number "Why D'Ya Do It".

Track listing

"Broken English" (Marianne Faithfull, Barry Reynolds, Joe Mavety, Steve York, Terry Stannard) – 4:35
"Witches' Song" (Faithfull, Reynolds, Mavety, York, Stannard) – 4:43
"Brain Drain" (Ben Brierley, Tim Hardin) – 4:13
"Guilt" (Reynolds) – 5:05
"The Ballad of Lucy Jordan" (Shel Silverstein) – 4:09
"What's the Hurry" (Joe Mavety) – 3:05
"Working Class Hero" (John Lennon) – 4:40
"Why D'Ya Do It" (Heathcote Williams, Reynolds, Mavety, York, Stannard, Faithfull) – 6:45