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Western Stars - Chris Isaak - Silvertone (CD, Album)

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  1. lyrics of Western Stars by Chris Isaak in Silvertone album - Western stars light up the sky, hear the desert wind roll by Tonight, tonight Western stars can break your heart, they keep shining when we're apart Tonight, tonightI'll watch, I'll wait, how will my heart ache tonight? Tonight.
  2. Label: Warner Bros. Records - CD ,Warner Music Canada Ltd - CD • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Rock & Roll, Rockabilly Chris Isaak - Silvertone (CD) | Discogs.
  3. Nov 23,  · Artist: Chris Isaak Album: Silvertone Label: Warner Bros. Records Year: Tracklist: Dancin' Western Stars Another Idea Personnel: Chris Isaak - .
  4. About Silvertone. Silvertone is the debut album by American musician Chris Isaak, released in , and named after his three-piece backup band. The US edition includes the song "Another Idea" as track 13 and early CD editions of the album utilized CD+G technology. The album peaked at #77 in Australia in June
  5. Silvertone, an Album by Chris Isaak. Released in on Warner Music Canada (catalog no. CD ; CD). Genres: Pop Rock, Americana.
  6. Chris Isaak "Western Stars": Western stars light up the sky, hear the desert wind roll by. Tonight, tonight. Western stars can.
  7. Silvertone is the debut album by American musician Chris Isaak, released in , and named after his three-piece backup band. The US edition includes the song "Another Idea" as track 13 and early CD editions of the album utilized CD+G technology. The album peaked at #77 in Australia in June /5(10).
  8. Chris Isaak 's debut album, Silvertone, named after his three-piece backup group, sets the pattern for his subsequent albums in its meticulously constructed retro sound. Isaak enters a time machine and emerges around , when Roy Orbison is ruling the charts with his melodramatic ballads and Elvis Presley has just returned from the Army.

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