Sharon O'Neill - How Do You Talk To Boys flac album
Title: How Do You Talk To Boys
Style: Pop Rock
MP3 album: 1473 mb
FLAC album: 1825 mb
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Sharon Lea O'Neill (born 23 November 1952, Nelson, New Zealand) is a singer-songwriter and pianist from New Zealand, who had an Australasian hit single in 1983 with "Maxine" which reached No. 16 on both the Australian Kent Music Report and Recording Industry Association of New Zealand charts. The album gained moderate success in Australia with the hit "Words" (AUS and the subsequent singles "Asian Paradise" (AUS and "How Do You Talk to Boys" (AUS O'Neill joined Jon Stevens on a duet called "Don't Let Love Go" which reached number 5 in New Zealand in March 1980. O'Neill's third studio album Maybe was released in October 1981. It produced the hits "Waiting for You" and "Maybe" (AUS
Foreign Affairs is the fourth studio album by New Zealand singer and songwriter Sharon O'Neill. It was O'Neill's final studio album release on CBS. The album was certified Gold in New Zealand. Late in 1981, O'Neill moved from New Zealand to Sydney, Australia to pursue her music career, where she wrote "Maxine", a song that chronicled the life of a prostitute. In a 2016 interview, O'Neill said; "I was living in a hotel in Kings Cross when I got the inspiration to write "Maxine"
How Do You Talk To Boys" came in September 1980. It is probably the only song during her album career that she performed, not to have been written by herself. CBS repackaged the "Sharon O'Neill" album to include this song and called it "Words". The single reached number 26 and also charted in Australia. Her third new album, "Maybe" came out in 1981. Sharon had put together a band to promote the album and it included her husband on guitar. Together they toured and landed the job as support act to Boz Scaggs on his Australian tour.
Single by Sharon O'Neill. from the album Words. O'Neill said "He sent me the cassette of the demo and said this will be your first Aussie N. and I went, ‘Am I going to be too precious about my own songs and really stupid here or am I going to give it a go?’ It worked but wasn’t a hit. Maybe it made the Top 30. But it also empowered me a little with my own material and I stuck to that and got a lot more confidence.
12. How Do You Talk to Boys. Top Songs Sharon O'Neill. Falling To The Ground.
Band Name Sharon O'Neill. Album Name The Best of. Type Compilation. Data de aparición 2005. Labels Sony BMG. Estilo MusicalPop Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum2. 2. 5. Waiting for You. 6. Maybe. 7. For All the Tea in China. 10. Losing You. 11. Maxine.
Waiting for You (Sharon O'Neill song). Waiting for You" is a song by New Zealand singer and songwriter Sharon O'Neill. The song was released in June 1981 as the lead single from her forthcoming third studio album, Maybe (1981). O'Neill performed the song live on the Countdown on 2 August 1981. The song peaked at number 50 in Australia. Side A "Waiting for You" – 3:28. Side B "Love Can Be Cruel" – 3:25.
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|A||How Do You Talk To Boys
Producer – Peter DawkinsWritten-By – S. Kipner*, T. Seufert*
|B||Bitter The Heart
Producer – Jay LewisWritten-By – S. O'Neill*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Records New Zealand
- Published By – ATV Northern Songs
NotesB Side taken from the CBS LP "Sharon O'Neill" SBP237350
℗ 1980 CBS Records New Zealand
A Side Publisher: ATV-Northern Songs
B Side Publisher: April
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