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Straight Back To You - Ian McDonald - Drivers Eyes (CD, Album)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Ian McDonald - Drivers Eyes at Discogs. Complete your Ian McDonald collection/5(19).
  2. Ian McDonald's first solo album appears nearly 20 years after his double-platinum days with Foreigner and practically 30 years to the day after his debut with King piebeuastarenoxadetupaptothatmo.coinfo record contains the influences of both bands, which isn't surprising since McDonald was a central creative force in both. It's surprising to see McDonald still playing with some of the same sidemen he worked with live.
  3. Label: Renaissance Records (3) - RMED • Format: CD Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock, Prog Rock Ian McDonald - Drivers Eyes (, CD) | Discogs Explore.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Through The Eyes on Discogs.
  5. Straight Back To You Lyrics: I was lost in the jungle / Some hostile place / When I woke up alone / A black widow on my face / Shipwrecked on the rocks / I sank like a stone / Under a shark attack.
  6. Drivers Eyes - De Ian McDonald (2 Eroj: You Are A Part Of Me, Straight Back To You) Sinister - De John Wetton (Steve buŝharminikas sur 1 ero: Real World) Kun Robert Fripp, Ian McDonald; Sheafs Are Dancing - De Djabe (1 Ero: Reflections of Thiérache).
  7. Get all the lyrics to songs on Drivers Eyes and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  8. 'Driver's Eyes' by Ian McDonald was a little disappointing, because it seemed to be trying a little too hard to have a hit song. I would have preferred if Mr. McDonald had felt free enough to write mature songs displaying his strengths as a mult-instrumentalist and composer/5(26).
  9. Jan 30,  · British multi-instrumentalist Ian McDonald has laid down some of the most intriguing, instantly recognizable sounds that ruled the FM airwaves during the initial rock era of the late 20th Century and on into the next, and yet you may not even realize he’s the man responsible for them. First, his flute, clarinet, and organ work on “I Talk to the Wind” lends a particularly seductive wispy.

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