Guy Chambers, Annie Lennox - Make It Shine (Single). Guy Chambers, Various - Liberal Arts CD Sampler (CDr, Album, Comp, Promo).
Guy Chambers, Annie Lennox - Make It Shine (Single).
Precious" is a song by Annie Lennox. It was released as the second single from her debut solo album, Diva, in 1992 and peaked at number 23 in the UK. The B-side, Step by Step, was later covered by Whitney Houston for the soundtrack of her 1996 film, The Preacher's Wife, and became a top 10 hit. This track is unrelated to the B-Side track by Eurythmics of the same name. Precious was featured in the pilot episode of ER. It was featured also in the end of "Jack & Sarah" movie (1995).
Bare is the third studio album by Annie Lennox, released in June 2003. It peaked at number 3 in the UK and number 4 on the US Billboard 200. The album has been certified Gold in both the UK and the US and was nominated for Best Pop Album at the 46th Grammy Awards. The album was released with a DVD which included interviews and acoustic versions of songs by Lennox.
Why was Annie Lennox’s debut single as a solo artist. The song speaks of a sinking relationship, and explores themes of guilt, regret, and hopelessness. In it, she sings of being misunderstood and ignored, and the pain that ensues as a result. This ultimately ends in the dissolution of their relationship. The song peaked at 5 on the UK Top Songs chart and 34 on the Hot 100. The album Why was taken from, Diva, was a commercial and critical success, earning a GRAMMY nod and a BRIT win. The song’s music video also earned an VMA in 1992. Written By Annie Lennox
The album closer, "This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)," even sounded hopeful.
com Twitter: ww. witter. LONDON/LOS ANGELES May 24th, 2019 – Annie Lennox today surprised fans in more ways than one with the release of a previously unreleased EP, Lepidoptera. The recording is unlike any music Lennox has released during her 40-year career.
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