Bruce Hornsby And The Range - And The Range album FLAC
- Performer: Bruce Hornsby And The Range
- Title: And The Range
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: VOC DXD RA ASF WAV AIFF VQF
- Released: 1986
- MP3 album: 1372 mb
- FLAC album: 1996 mb
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 823
Scenes from the Southside is the second album by Bruce Hornsby and the Range. The single "The Valley Road" was Hornsby's third (and last) Top 10 . hit, peaking at number five on the Billboard Hot 100, and also his first number one on the Billboard Album Rock Tracks chart. It became his third chart-topper on the Billboard adult contemporary chart, following "The Way It Is" and "Mandolin Rain".
Redirected from Bruce Hornsby and the Range). Bruce Randall Hornsby (born November 23, 1954) is an American singer and pianist. He draws frequently from classical, jazz, bluegrass, folk, Motown, gospel, rock, blues, and jam band musical traditions
That's just the way it is Some things will never change That's just the way it is Ah but don't you believe them. Said, hey little boy you can't go where the others go 'Cause you don't look like they do Said, hey old man how can you stand To think that way, did you really think about it Before you made the rules?
Producer – Bruce Hornsby, Neil Dorfsman. Producer – Sharona Sabbag. Recorded By, Engineer, Mixed By – Eddie King, Neil Dorfsman.
Other hits from the album include "Mandolin Rain" and "Every Little Kiss". Fellow musician Huey Lewis is also featured on the album, lending his harmonica and vocal talents to the track, "Down The Road Tonight". Lewis also helped produce the song, along with the track, "The Long Race" and "The River Runs Low". The cover features a segment of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. In Japan, "The Way It Is Tour", consisting of live performances of six songs from the album, was released for promotional purposes . Peak level 10. % Range quality 9. % Test CRC 5291E302 Copy CRC 5291E302 Copy OK. No errors occurred.
Greatest Radio Hits, 2003. Bruce Hornsby, Bruce Hornsby and the Range, Bruce Hornsby & The Range, The Range - The Way It Is 04:57. Bruce Hornsby, Bruce Hornsby and the Range, Bruce Hornsby & The Range, The Range - Across the River 05:11. Bruce Hornsby, Bruce Hornsby and the Range - The Good Life 03:44. Bruce Hornsby, Bruce Hornsby and the Range - Fields Of Gray 04:51. Bruce Hornsby, Bruce Hornsby and the Range - Walk In The Sun 04:42. Bruce Hornsby, Bruce Hornsby and the Range - See The Same Way 05:36. Across the River 05:11. All songs from Night On The Town. Bruce Hornsby, Bruce Hornsby and the Range - Spider Fingers 06:44. Bruce Hornsby, Bruce Hornsby and the Range - The Changes 05:49. Bruce Hornsby, Bruce Hornsby and the Range - Big Rumble 04:40.
Bruce Hornsby & the Range is an American band formed in 1984 and led by Bruce Hornsby (born Bruce Randall Hornsby on November 23, 1954 in Williamsburg, Virginia), an American singer, virtuoso pianist, accordion player, and songwriter. They are best known for Hornsby's 1980s signature song "The Way It Is", the top five hits "Mandolin Rain" and "The Valley Road". At the same time, Hornsby is known for being a recurring collaborator with the Grateful Dead.
The original release of the album featured an impressionistic photograph on the cover of Bruce Hornsby playing an accordion. It was originally targeted at the New Age music market and featured slightly different versions of the songs "Down the Road Tonight" and "The River Runs Lo. Once the album's tracks started to receive regular airplay on Pop Music stations in late 1986, the album was remixed and was re-released with a new sepia-toned cover featuring a photo of the band superimposed over a photo of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.