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Dave Jones - Affinity

Dave Jones - Affinity
  • Performer Dave Jones
  • Title Affinity
  • Date of release 2000
  • Country UK
  • Style Contemporary Jazz
  • Label Black Box
  • Catalog number BBJ-2014
  • Other formats CD, Album, Stereo
  • Genre Jazz
  • Size MP3 2935 mb
  • Size FLAC 2791 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 437

Tracklist

1For You
2Stepping Stones
3Sunflowers
4Straight Ahead
5A Blue Fire
6Aotearoa
7Duet
8Rite Of Way

Credits

  • BassDave Jones
  • DrumsTom Gordon
  • GuitarPete Callard
  • PercussionSimon Pearson
  • Piano, KeyboardsMeredith White
  • SaxophoneBen Castle

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 680125201423

Album

8 tracks . Stream Tracks and Playlists from Dave Jones' Affinity on your desktop or mobile Jones is the second solo studio album by English recording artist and actor Davy Jones. It includes the single, Rainy Jane, which reached No. 52 on the Billboard Hot 100. Davy Jones reached number 205 on Billboard Top Albums chart. I do not own the copyright to this recording so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it. All rights Sony Music Ent. SME 01. I Am And So Are You Hull. Dave Jones, Rochester, NY. Concert photography by Dave Jones. Dave Jones added 76 new photos to the album Extended Family Green Room - with Jeffery Woody Woodruff at Green Room Audio. 27 November 2019 . Extended Family Band Recording at The Green Room in Rochester NY. Filmaffinity: Rate Movies and TV Shows & Find Movie Carts. Dave Jones. Album 12. Release 6. Release Date. Today Yesterday Last 7 Days Last 30 Days. Dave Jones 18. Ben Quarman 5. Silver Screen 4. Psychodevils 4. Electrotom 4. Norman 3. Skauch 3. To promote the album, Jones performed Girl on an episode of The Brady Bunch entitled Getting Davy Jones. Although the single sold poorly, the popularity of Jones's appearance on the show resulted in Girl becoming his best-remembered solo hit, even though it was not included in the album. The final single, I'll Believe In YouRoad to Love, was poorly received. As an inside-joke, actor Dave Madden who'd played the manager on The Partridge Family cameoed as a manager who suddenly appeared wanting to handle the new group telling them that they could be bigger than the Beatles. In 2001, Jones released Just Me, an album of his own songs