Download This Kind Of Love (Eltons Take) - George Michael - The Trojan Souls (CDr) album flac mp3



Label: Not On Label (George Michael) - none • Format: 2x, CDr Compilation, Unofficial Release DVD DVD-Video • Country: US • Genre: Pop •
This Kind Of Love (Eltons Take) - George Michael - The Trojan Souls (CDr)

Tracklist. 1. This Kind Of Love (First Rough Demo) 2. This Kind Of Love (Elton's 1st Take) 3. This Kind Of Love (George's 2nd Take).

GEORGE MICHAEL - The Trojan Souls - This Kind Of Love (First Rough Demo 86) This Kind Of Love (Elton's 1st Take) This Kind Of Love (George's 2nd Take) One Day I'll Know (George's 1st Take) One Day I'll Know (Demo Instrumental 93) You Slipped Away From Me (George's 1st Take) Wendy Melvoin's Song (Instrumental).

 · George Michael’s long-lost song, This Kind of Love, revealed The song was originally meant to feature on the unreleased album Trojan Souls, you just have to believe in this kind of loveAuthor: Kayleigh Dray.

 · The Trojan Souls CD: This Kind of Love () Maybe It’s Not Your Time (instrumental) () One Day I’ll Know () You Slipped Away From Me (George's 1st Take) () Wendy Melvoin’s Song (instrumental) () Seal’s Song (instrumental) () W.T.F. (Sade’s Song) (instrumental) () Stevie Wonder’s Song (instrumental) () Galaxy (instrumental) () Ain’t No .

 · It is believed to be one of the tracks from the album Trojan Souls which Michael produced with Elton John in The album was set to be released in .


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  1. The highlight of The Trojan Souls is ’This Kind of Love’, a ballad that was written as a duet with Elton John. The version on this disc features George singing all the vocals (Elton’s attempts can be found on the Remix/Outtakes/Demos CD). The range an intensity of his performance is absolutely moving! Dia-hard fans might recognize ’Ain’t No.

  2. The highlight of The Trojan Souls is ’This Kind of Love’, a ballad that was written as a duet with Elton John. The version on this disc features George singing all the vocals (Elton’s attempts can be found on the Remix/Outtakes/Demos CD). The range an intensity of his performance is absolutely moving! Die-hard fans might recognize ’Ain’t No.

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