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Traveling Wilburys - Handle With Care / End Of The Line Album

Traveling Wilburys - Handle With Care / End Of The Line Album

  • Darsteller: Traveling Wilburys
  • Genre: Rock / Pop
  • Titel: Handle With Care / End Of The Line
  • Freigegeben: 1990
  • Stil: Pop Rock
  • Etikett: Wilbury Records
  • Katalog: 9-21867-4
  • Land: US
  • Größe der MP3-Version: 2688 mb
  • Größe der FLAC-Version: 2727 mb
  • Bewertung: 4.2
  • Abstimmungen: 578

Trackliste

1End Of The Line
2Handle With Care

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
7-21867Traveling Wilburys Handle With Care / End Of The Line ‎(7")Wilbury Records7-21867US1989
PRO-326Traveling Wilburys Handle With Care / End Of The Line ‎(7", Promo)Warner Bros. RecordsPRO-326Mexico1989

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  • Barcode: 0 7599-21867-4 2

Video

Album

Music video by The Traveling Wilburys performing End Of The Line. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс The Traveling. End of the Line is a song by the British-American supergroup the Traveling Wilburys. Released in October 1988, it was the final track on their debut album, Traveling Wilburys Vol. It was also issued as the band's second single, in January 1989. The recording features all the Wilburys except Bob Dylan as lead singers: George Harrison, Jeff Lynne and Roy Orbison sing the choruses in turn, while Tom Petty sings the verses. The song was mainly written by Harrison and was assigned to his publishing. End Of The Line - The Traveling Wilburys. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. End of the Line is the last track from Traveling Wilburys' first album, Volume 1, released in 1988. Its riding-on-the-rails rhythm suggests its theme and the on-the-move nature of the group. It features all the Traveling Wilburys, except Bob Dylan, as lead singers George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, and Roy Orbison sing the chorus in turn, while Tom Petty sings the verses. The song they came up with was Handle with Care, which the record company immediately realized was too good to be released as a single filler. They enjoyed working together so much that they decided to create an album together. Co-written by all read more. Listen album. The Traveling Wilburys. Songs in album The Traveling Wilburys - End Of The Line 1989. The Traveling Wilburys - End Of The Line Extended Version. The Traveling Wilburys - Congratulations. Traveling Wilburys, Vol. Rock Folk-Rock. Handle With Care. Reputation's changeable Situation's tolerable But baby, you're adorable Handle me with care. I'm so tired of being lonely I still have some love to give Won't you show me that you really care Everybody's got somebody to lean on Put your body next to mine, and dream on. I've been fobbed off, and I've been fooled I've been robbed and ridiculed In day care centres and night schools Handle me with care. Been stuck in airports, terrorised Sent to meetings, hypnotised Overexposed, commercialised Handle me with care. I'm so tired of being lonely I st. End of the Line the final track off of The Traveling Wilburys' Grammy Award-winning first album, The Traveling Wilburys Volume 1, released in 1989. The songs riding-on-the-rails rhythm suggests its theme and the on-the-move nature of the group. The music video for End of the Line was filmed after Roy Orbisons death in December 1988. To compensate for the loss, a shot of a guitar sitting in a rocking chair next to a photo of Orbison was used when Orbisons vocals are heard. End of the Line Track Info. The album won the GRAMMY for Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals, and introduced the Wilburys classics Handle With Care, End Of The Line and Heading For The Light, among others. Re-issue bonus tracks: Maxine Like A Ship. End of the Line. The Traveling Wilburys were one of the few supergroups that lived up to their promise, because they didn't try to. Things started inauspiciously when George Harrison, needing a B-side for a 1988 single, called in friends Jeff Lynne, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, and Roy Orbison for assistance. If there was an award for best album EVER, The Traveling Wilburys Vol. 1, should definitely be a nomination, at least. In the 80s, super groups were a thing. Country music had its outlaws, The Highwaymen, and The Traveling Wilburys were the greatest, IMO, rock super group. Best tracks: Last Night, End of the Line, Rattled, Handle With Care, Not Alone Anymore. Read more