Tony Martin - Jump Through The Ring flac album
Title: Jump Through The Ring
MP3 album: 1462 mb
FLAC album: 1820 mb
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Genre: Jazz / Pop
Listen to Jump Through the Ring from Tony Martin's The Best of Tony Martin on RCA for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Tony Martin (born April 19, 1957) was the seventh and final vocalist for the legendary rock band Black Sabbath before the eventual reunion of their original lineup. He was in the band on and off for a ten-year span between 1987 and 1997, recording five albums: The Eternal Idol (1987), Headless Cross (1989), Tyr (1990), Cross Purposes (1994), Cross Purposes Live and Forbidden (1995). There are three artists with the name "Tony Martin:" A rock singer; an Australian performer; and an American big-band singer and actor.
Scream is the second solo album of the former Black Sabbath vocalist Tony Martin. Released on November 8, 2005. The song "Raising Hell" features former Black Sabbath drummer Cozy Powell and keyboardist Geoff Nicholls. On most songs, Tony's son Joe Harford plays guitar. Nearly all other instruments are played by Martin himself (including a violin solo on "Scream").
Anthony Philip Harford (born 19 April 1957), better known by his stage name Tony Martin, is a heavy metal vocalist, best known for his time fronting Black Sabbath, initially from 1987 to 1991 and again from 1993 to 1997. Martin was the band's second longest serving vocalist after Ozzy Osbourne. He has since been involved in many other projects (such as M3, Misha Calvin, The Cage, Giuntini Project, and Phenomena).
A Jump Through The Ring B I Could Write A Book. Orchestra – Henri René. Jump Through The Ring, I Could Write A Book (10", Promo). Label Category Country Year. RCA Victor 20-4544 US.
The Tony Martin Hit Collection: 1936-57. 18 Circus Tony Martin 3:10. 19 There's No Tomorrow Tony Martin 3:14. 20 Marta (Rambling Rose of the Wildwood) Tony Martin 3:7. 21 I Said My Pajamas (And Put on My Pray'rs) Tony Martin 3:15. 22 Valencia Tony Martin 2:58.
Tony Martin had enjoyed a long and illustrious career as a star of stage, screen and shellac (his first national hits for Decca came before the Second World War!), scoring international Top Ten singles in the Forties and Fifties along the lines of his rendition of Stranger in Paradise, overshadowed in the wake of Tony Bennett’s competing version. But by the time Tony pitched up at Motown, he had had no hits for eight years, and his film career had long since hit the skids.
Tony Martin recorded Back Where I Belong while Black Sabbath had reunited with Ronnie James Dio for the Dehumanizer album. At the demo level for Back Where I Belong, Tony Martin played all the instruments and the album itself featured former Black Sabbath members Neil Murray and Geoff Nicholls, as well as Brian May on guitar, among others. Cozy Powell also joined the band for the subsequent tour after leaving Black Sabbath himself.
|A||Jump Through The Ring|
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- Orchestra – Henri René
|20-4544||Tony Martin||Jump Through The Ring / I Could Write A Book (10", Promo)||RCA Victor||20-4544||US||1952|