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Performer: Peter Gordeno
Title: Love Waits For No-One
Country: UK
Released: 1971
Rating: 4.2
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Time Waits for No One: Anthology 1971–1977 is a British-only compilation album by The Rolling Stones released in 1979. It covers the period from Sticky Fingers in 1971 until Love You Live in 1977. Only two of ten single A-sides from the period are included-"Angie" and "Fool to Cry". All songs by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. Side one. "Time Waits for No One" – 6:39. From It's Only Rock 'n' Roll. All Down the Line" – 3:48

Performer: Peter Gordeno Genre: Pop Album: Love Waits For No-One Released: 1971. Love Waits For No-One ‎(7", Single, Promo). The Knack - Time Waits For No One.

Peter Dean Gordeno (born 20 February 1964 in Kensington, London) is an English songwriter and producer who has also been a live and session musician, and since 1998, toured with Depeche Mode. He performs keyboard parts in lieu of departed Alan Wilder, as well as occasional backing vocals and bass guitar. He and Andrew Phillpott went as backing musicians along with Martin Gore on a brief tour called "A Night with Martin L. Gore" in 2003.

Although the Triumph album notes list Time Waits for No One as being written by Jackie and Randy Jackson, the extent to which Michael Jackson influenced the composition of the song, or was influenced by some of the background vocal gigs he took during this period, remains unknown. What can easily be argued, however, is that as a ballad, Time Waits for No One feels much more like the largely soft-rock-like material in Michael Jackson’s background work for Loggins, Carole Bayer Sager, and Dave Mason, than like the Jacksons' more Philly-influenced earlier ballads (.

Peter Gordeno (musician). The version included on this release is the same as the album version and it was the first time the 7 version of Leave in Silence was released in the United States. The album was released on LP and CD with the band name. These names were added to the covers for re-releases.

Musician Dave Clark (formerly of the Dave Clark Five) dug through the vaults of Abbey Road Studios and released "Time Waits For No One", an absolutely. The original version was recorded for a solo concept album of the same name. This stripped down version encompasses the amazing voice that we all miss so much. Clarke, who worked very closely on this project with Mercury in 1986 and even produced a musical based on the upon the album, felt that this version of the song epitomized his dear friend’s incredible talent. He was always so enthusiastic about music. He used to show me videos of the operatic soprano Montserrat Caballé. What I loved about Freddie was that he was so forward-thinking

Six of the album's eight songs are written, produced and largely performed by Prince, and he is listed as the executive producer of the whole album (although he is not believed to have had any input on the two tracks not written by him). In late June 1988, shortly before leaving for the European opening of the Lovesexy Tour, Prince recorded Time Waits For No One for the album, and revised Come Home (initially recorded January 1987), I Guess I'm Crazy (initially recorded October 1987) and Train (initially recorded July 1986), and all four songs were sent to Mavis Staples for lead.


Love Waits For No-One 3:10
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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
F 13253 Peter Gordeno Love Waits For No-One ‎(7", Single, Promo) Decca F 13253 UK 1971
F 13253 Peter Gordeno Love Waits For No-One ‎(7", Single) Decca F 13253 UK 1971
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