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The Korgis - Burning Questions Musikalbum

The Korgis - Burning Questions Musikalbum Darsteller: The Korgis
Titel: Burning Questions
Stil: Synth-pop
Category: Elektronische Musik
Datum der Freigabe: 1985
Land: France
Etikett: Sonet, Vogue
Katalognummer: 102106
Size MP3: 2540 mb
Size FLAC: 2759 mb
Rating: 4.2


1Burning Questions4:34
2Waiting For Godot3:35


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SON 2284The Korgis Burning Questions ‎(7", Single)SonetSON 2284Scandinavia1985
312019The Korgis Burning Questions ‎(12")Vogue, Sonet312019France1985
SONL 2284The Korgis Burning Questions ‎(12")SonetSONL 2284Netherlands1985
532409The Korgis Burning Questions ‎(7")Sonet532409Portugal1985
SON 2284, 08-010920-00The Korgis Burning Questions / Waiting For Godot ‎(7", Single)Sonet, SonetSON 2284, 08-010920-00Netherlands1985


  • ProducerAndy Davis, James Warren


(C)+(P) Sonet Records



Burning Questions is a studio album by English singer and composer James Warren, former member of groups Stackridge and The Korgis. It was released on Sonet Records in 1986. The album includes the singles Burning Questions released as 'The Korgis', 1985, True Life Confessions 'The Korgis', 1985, They Don't Believe In Magic 'James Warren & The Korgis', 1986 and It Won't Be The Same Old Place James Warren, 1986. Burning Questions was re-issued on compact disc by Angel Air Records in 2007. With the demise of the Korgis, in 1985 James Warren turned his pen to solo work, and inked a deal with the small Swedish Sonet label. Warren, however, wasn't entirely working his own, with his old bandmate Andy Davis co-writing and providing backing vocals on three numbers. Burning Questions album. Last updated April 10, 2020. 1986 studio albumby James Warren. Burning Questions. Studio album by. James Warren. The Best of The Korgis is a compilation album of recordings by English pop band The Korgis. It was released on Rialto Records in the UK in 1983. The Best of The Korgis is a compilation album by English pop band The Korgis. It was released by Action Replay in 1990. This is a CD re-issue of the 1983 UK album The Best of The Korgis. September 17, 1992 4:00AM ET. Elysa Gardner. She walks past but you cant form a whistle, Graham Parker sings on Platinum Blonde, one of thirteen tracks on Burning Questions. Even her lips look artificialYou wanna follow her but you cant swallow her act. Only a handful of contemporary artists - Elvis Costello, for one - could write a lyric so briskly cynical and yet so pierced by implicit yearning. Like Costello, Parker is one of the singer-songwriters who, drawing on the legacies of Bob Dylan and Van Morrison, carried the rock troubadour into the punk era. The Korgis are a Pop-band formed circa 1978 from the United Kingdom, originally composed of James Warren vocals, bass and Andy Davis drums, vocals, both ex-members of stackridge, along with the unofficial members Stuart Gordon guitar and Phil Harrison keyboards. Their successful period lasted until 1982. In 1986 Warren would go on to issue a solo LP entitled Burning Questions in. Some of the singles during this era were released as 'The Korgis' and co-produced by Andy Davis. The band reunited in 1990 to re-record Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime. read more. By Appointment. The Korgis. The Korgis Kollection. This World's For Everyone. Don't Look Back: The Very Best Of The Korgis. Burning Love 3. Burning questions - Album by Paul Field 1993, released 04 February 2013 1. Long way back to Eden 2. Adam and Eve 3. Long way back to Eden reprise 4. Zacchaeus 5. Never too late 6. You can't take it with you 7. Rich young ruler 8. Nothing less than everything 9. Tamar 10. Stony ground 11. Dying thief 12. Forgiven 13. Stephen 14. Light a candle in your heart 15. The pickled cow 16. Burning questions 17. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Bandcamp will add UK VAT of 20 at checkout. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 7 GBP or more. Burning Questions Extended. Most popular albums by The Korgis: Earth, Wind And Fire, Cyndi Lauper. RFM Party 80-90