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Bruce Foxton - Sunday Morning download album
Performer: Bruce Foxton
Title: Sunday Morning
Style: Mod, Post-Punk, AOR
Year 2016
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 128
MP3 size: 1414 mb
FLAC size: 1626 mb
WMA size: 1144 mb
Other formats: AC3 XM MP4 AUD TTA MPC APE

Bruce Foxton - Sunday Morning download album

Bruce Foxton interviewd on the Sky News show Sunday Live with Adam Boulton.

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As bass player for the Jam, Bruce Foxton had the enviable role of backing one of England's most respected singer/songwriters, Paul Weller. Foxton's deft playing and harmonies certainly added to the Jam's winning sound, although his own songwriting (usually a track per album) fell below the standar. .

Bruce Foxton - Freak Bruce Foxton - Smash the Clock Bruce Foxton - You Make Me Laugh Bruce Foxton - Now the Time Has Come Bruce Foxton - Reflection (Back in the room 2012) Bruce Foxton - 25 a8f.

More albums from Bruce Foxton: Touch Sensitive by Bruce Foxton. Back In The Room by Bruce Foxton. View all albums . Smash The Clock.

Bruce Douglas Foxton (born 1 September 1955) is an English singer, songwriter and musician. Foxton's music career spans more than 40 years. He came to prominence in the late 1970s as bassist and backing vocalist of punk rock and mod revival band the Jam. He occasionally performed the lead vocals, such as on the songs "News of the World", "David Watts" and "Smithers-Jones"

Artist/Band: Bruce Foxton (England). Album: Smash the Clock. Genre: Rock (New Wave). Format: MP3 (CBR 320 kbit/s). Sunday Morning 02:26 06. Full Circle 02:54 07. Smash the Clock 02:37 08. Back Street, Dead Street 02:40 09. Writing On the Wall 03:11 10. There Are Times (To Make Me Happy) 03:09 11. Alright Now 02:54 12. Running Away From You 02:51 13.

Sunday Morning 02:26 06. Smash the Clock 02:37 0. Now, three years on from the critically acclaimed album ‘Back In The Room’ (Number 21 in the UK Charts), Bruce Foxton returns with a brand new studio album entitled ‘Smash The Clock’. Carrying every ounce of the energy, attitude and punch that he is associated with, the first single ‘Now The Time Has Come’ does not disappoint. The fact that it is to be released on the weekend of St Georges Day is poetry in motion. The quintessentially English sound is unmistakable.

Bruce Foxton - Writing on the Wall. Bruce Foxton - Louder. Bruce Foxton - Now the Time Has Come. Bruce Foxton - Full Circle. Bruce Foxton - Alright Now. Bruce Foxton.


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