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I Believe - The Blue Shadows - On The Floor Of Heaven (Cassette, Album)

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  1. The Blue Shadows - On The Floor Of Heaven: Deluxe Edition The only problem was that you had to travel to Canada to purchase their album. Their sensational, seemingly intuitive harmony singing, twangy guitars and perspicacious original songs were considered way too retro for the time in .
  2. May 10,  · Is Anybody Here is the last track on The Blue Shadows album On the Floor of Heaven. The band consisted of the late Billy Cowsill (yes .
  3. On the floor of heaven* With their heavenly hands Speaking to no one Knowing they'll understand All the love letters written Not a one ever sent But the time for regretting Has come to an end On the floor of heaven Will I scattered like dreams But they'll dreaming no longer So alone so it seems And they tell they'll be hurting Even more now.
  4. May 14,  · Originally released in , taken from The Blue Shadows release, On The Floor Of Heaven. Directed by Ted Herman. Now for the first time, On The Floor Of Heaven is available as a "Deluxe.
  5. On The Floor Of Heaven (Deluxe Edition), an album by The Blue Shadows on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  6. The Blue Shadows featured both Billy Cowsill and Jeffrey Hatcher on guitar and vocals, joined by Elmar Spanier on bass and J. B."Jay" Johnson on drums. Cowsill and Hatcher combine to create vocals and harmonies that bring to mind Don and Phil Everly at their prime. Standout tracks are "Coming On Strong", "Deliver Me" and "On The Floor of Heaven."5/5(1).
  7. Deliver Me Lyrics: (Jeffrey Hatcher) / Driving at midnight and the moon is / Looking right at me / I can feel it settling down on me / Over me / Come deliver me from this night / When I left you.
  8. In , the Blue Shadows released their second and last album, Lucky to Me, breaking up one year later. Both Blue Shadows albums were co-produced by Cowsill and Hatcher. In later years, there has been increased interest in the band's music, particularly following the re-release, in , of On The Floor of Heaven.
  9. The Blue Shadows On The Floor Of Heaven. Canadian country music in the early '90s was a depressing place, populated by acts aping the mainstream banality of the Nashville product.

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