Complete your Wendy Shaw collection.
HEY GUYS! Talent show went off without a hitch and it was a blast! Here's the video of me playing TTFAF hope you guys enjoy it ^ ^.
Until I Walk Through the Flames.
WOW is the debut solo studio album by American singer Wendy O. Williams, released in 1984 by Passport Records. After the release of the album, Coup d'État (1982) with The Plasmatics, the band opened for KISS on tour.
The Wendy Williams Show (often shortened to Wendy) is an American syndicated infotainment talk show created and hosted by Wendy Williams and produced by Wendy Williams Productions, and Perler Productions. The Wendy Williams Show is distributed by Debmar-Mercury, the show aired starting July 14, 2008 in select major . markets and July 13, 2009 nationwide. It primarily aired on Fox, CW and MyNetworkTV affiliates (along with several affiliates of other major networks).
In 1994, she embarked on sessions for her second release, Passing Through The Flames, produced with the assistance of Dwight Pinkney of Roots Radics. The Radics also played on the album, with Dean Fraser’s 809 band providing the brass arrangements. While recording the album Shaw also released, in combination with Johnny Ashley, ‘Inna My Life’, for the HighTone collective. In the USA she performed at various festivals, including notable appearances in Utah, Oklahoma, California, while her shows at the Kansas City Reggae Summer Fest were met with critical acclaim
LRCD 003. Wendy Shaw. Passing Through The Flames (CD, Album). Performer: Wendy Shaw Genre: Reggae Album: Songs Of Praise Released: 1994 Style: Reggae. Artie Shaw - Dance to Artie Shaw his clarinet and orchestra. Performer: Artie Shaw Genre: Jazz Album: Dance to Artie Shaw his clarinet and orchestra. Wendy Shaw - Praise His Majesty. Performer: Wendy Shaw Genre: Reggae Album: Praise His Majesty Released: 1989 Style: Reggae. Artie Shaw And His Gramercy Five - Artie Shaw And His Gramercy Five. Performer: Artie Shaw And His Gramercy Five Genre: Jazz Album: Artie Shaw And His Gramercy Five
Through the Fire and Flames" is a song by English power metal band DragonForce. The song is acclaimed as the most successful song by the band. The song peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 and on the Canadian Hot 100 in 2008.
The Flame is a 1970 album released by South African band The Flames produced by Beach Boys member Carl Wilson. It's the only non-Beach Boys album to be released on their Brother Records label-albeit distributed by Starday-King Records as opposed to Reprise. According to Jerry Osbourne, "The Flame is widely-regarded as the first quad L. To avoid confusion with James Brown's band of the same name, the "s" on the Flames was dropped, but it was retained on South African pressings.
|Keep On Praising Jah Jah||3:58|
|Believe It Or Not||4:03|
|Passing Through The Flames||4:04|
|Ease Off Satan||3:31|
|He's An African||3:45|
|Stop The Violence||3:38|
|Heart & Soul||3:26|
|Jah Inspires Me||3:37|
|ISA-MUZ 1959||Wendy Shaw||Passing Through The Flames (CD, Album)||Issachar Muzik||ISA-MUZ 1959||US||1992|
|LRCD 003||Wendy Shaw||Passing Through The Flames (CD, Album)||Lush Records||LRCD 003||Sweden||1995|