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Ever So Lonely (Remix)

Wings Of The Dawn (Prem Kavita)


Release title: Monsoon - Third Eye

Genre is Electronic  Folk, World, & Country 
Style is Tribal  Synth-pop 
This album was released on the label Great Expectations (catalog number PIPCD 001)
This album was released in 1988 year. UK

All track songs from this album Monsoon - Third Eye You can not listen to (this is not available) here, download mp3 music, individually or the whole album
# Track title Download Type of content Text Track length
1 Wings Of The Dawn (Prem Kavita) ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 3:56
2 Tomorrow Never Knows ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 4:01
3 Third Eye And Tikka T.V. ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 2:53
4 Eyes ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 3:41
5 Shakti (The Meaning Of Within) ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 4:04
6 Ever So Lonely ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 6:12
7 You Can't Take Me With You ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 3:04
8 And I You ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 3:28
9 Kashmir ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 4:00
10 Watchers Of The Night ↓ mp3 Get lyrics 3:47

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In studio record of this release "Third Eye" attended those artists:

David Claridge (Artwork By [Design And Direction]),  Martin Smith (9) (Bass Guitar [8 String, 4 String], Accordion, Tambura, Piano, Sitar, Tabla, Ektare, Backing Vocals),  Hugh Jones (Engineer),  Julian Mendelsohn (Engineer [Assistant]),  Stuart Bruce (Engineer [Assistant]),  Preston Heyman (Ghatam, Drums [Gamalan], Timbales, Gong, Cowbell, Tom Tom [Rota Toms, Tom Toms], Tambourine, Cabasa, Other [Wasp, Fire Extinguisher]),  Bill Nelson (Guitar [E.bow], Electric Guitar),  Cliff Stapleton (Hurdy Gurdy),  David Bates (Other [A&r]),  Davies/Starr (Photography),  Steve Coe (Piano, Celesta, Swarmandel, Gong, Organ, Cabasa, Backing Vocals),  Hugh Jones (Producer),  Steve Coe (Producer),  Paul James (6) (Shenai, Pipe, Other [Recorders]),  Clem Alford (Sitar),  Dari Mankoo (Sitar),  Pandit Dinesh (Tabla),  Jhalib (Tabla, Percussion [Indian]),  Sheila Chandra (Vocals),  Martin Smith (9) (Written-By, tracks 1, 4, 7, 9, 10),  Steve Coe (Written-By, tracks 1, 3 to 10),  Jhalib (Written-By),  Merrick (Drums),  David Balfe (Synthesizer),  Lennon-McCartney (Written-By),  Chris Hunter (Flute),  Norman Bragg (Mandolin, Other [Deepak]),  Richard Bragg (Mandolin, Other [Deepak]),  Khazanchi (Santoor),  Punita Gupta (Sitar), 

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  • Monsoon - Wings of the Dawn (Prem Kavita) - 1982

    Single 1982 - Monsoon Formati: 1980, United Kingdom Sciolti: 1982 Membri: Sheila Chandra (vocals), Steve Coe (producer, celesta, swarmandal, gong, organ, cabasa, backing vocals), Martin Smith...

  • Monsoon - Tomorrow Never Knows

    "Tomorrow Never Knows" (a Beatles cover ), features guest appearances from Bill Nelson (Be-Bop Deluxe), Preston Heyman (Kate Bush), Dave Balfe (The Teardrop Explodes) and Merrick (Adam and the Ants).

  • Sheila Chandra - "Third Eye and Tikka TV"

    AUDIO ONLY. There are several Sheila Chandra/Monsoon songs on YouTube, but I couldn't find some of my favorites. This is one of them. This is from the Monsoon album Third Eye.

  • Monsoon - Eyes

    Third Eye (1984)

  • Monsoon - Ever So Lonely HQ (Extended Video Remix By Boa)

    Singer Sheila Chandra & Monsoon. (Bananas Show 1982)

  • Monsoon - Ever so lonely 1982

    Monsoon - Ever so lonely 1982 Ever so lonely Ever so lonely Ever so lonely without you Ever so lonely Ever so lonely without you (Instrumental) Ever so lonely Ever so lonely...

  • Monsoon - You Can't Take Me With You

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  • Monsoon Third Eye LP (1982) released 1993

    Here is the full album "Third Eye" by Monsoon (1983) as I've only spotted a few tracks on here before today, how come nobody ever uploaded the lovely instrumental "Kashmir" ??? Steve Coe and...

  • Monsoon Feat. Sheila Chandra - Watchers of the Night

    Monsoon was an early to mid-1980s UK progressive rock trio that consisted of singer Sheila Chandra, record producer Steve Coe, and bass guitarist Martin Smith.

More albums of Monsoon:

Ever So Lonely (Remix)

Wings Of The Dawn (Prem Kavita)

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