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Steve Carlisle - Sings WKRP In Cincinnati FLAC Album
  • Performer:
    Steve Carlisle
  • Title:
    Sings WKRP In Cincinnati
  • Genre:
  • Release date:
    1982
  • Country:
    US
  • Size FLAC version
    1986 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1033 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1437 mb
  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    503
  • Record from:
    Vinyl, LP

Tracklist

1I'll Fall In Love Again
2You Told A Lie
3You Made Your Bed
4Learning To Live Without You
5Last Night
6Real Love
7What's Come Over You
8Walk Away
9WKRP In Cincinnati (Main Theme)

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MCAC 5304Steve Carlisle Sings WKRP In Cincinnati ‎(Cass, Album)MCA Records, Sweet City MCAC 5304US1982

Album

Who is Steve Carlisle, who sings this theme He's a singer who was based in Akron, Ohio and worked with Hugh Wilson, who created WKRP. In 1982, he released an album called Steve Carlisle sings WKRP in Cincinnati, which contains 10 songs, including this theme. A full-length version of this song, running 2:51, was released as a single in America in 1981, charting at 65. This version explores more of the DJ's journey as he leaves his girl behind to make it in Cincinnati. The price for finding me was losing you, he sings. This version was produced by the team of Jerry Buckne. WKRP in Cincinnati is an American sitcom television series that features the misadventures of the staff of a struggling fictional radio station in Cincinnati, Ohio. The show was created by Hugh Wilson and was based upon his experiences working in advertising sales at Top 40 radio station WQXI in Atlanta. Many of the characters and even some of the stories including season 1 episode 7, Turkeys Away are based on people and events at WQXI. WKRP in Cincinnati - Steve Carlisle. From his 1982 album of the same title. Listen free to Steve Carlisle Sings WKRP In Cincinnati I'll Fall in Love Again, What's Come Over You and more. 9 tracks . 29 of 32 found this interesting Interesting Yes. Cincinnati, WKRP. Got kind of tired of packin' and unpackin', town to town up and down the dial. Maybe you and me were never meant to be, just maybe think of me once in a while. I'm at WKRP in Cincinnati. 44 of 53 found this interesting Interesting Yes. The series featured numerous references to Cincinnati's real-life pro sports teams. The satin WKRP staff jackets, usually worn by Andy and Venus, were modified Cincinnati Reds warm-up jackets. Cover information about the songs on the release Sings WKRP in Cincinnati by Steve Carlisle: who covered the songs, who sang the in Cincinnati became a legitimate vehicle for launching bands to pop success. Acts like U2, Toto, The Knack. The Cars and Devo, all count WKRP as pivotal in exploding their audiences. But the biggest band the show helped hit was probably Blondie, whose album Parallel Lines went on to become a gold record after the show played Heart of Glass from it on air. In 1979, Steve Carlisle released a full-length version of the intro theme song, expanding the lyrics to tell a longer story that many believe is about Andy Travis, but could just as easily apply to Venus Flytrap or Dr. Johnny Fever. In 1981, the song hit its highest height: No. 65 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Read or print original WKRP In Cincinnati lyrics 2020 updated Baby, if you've ever wondered,, Wondered whatever became of me. Baby, if you've ever wondered Wondered whatever became of me I'm living on the air in Cincinnati Cincinnati, wkrp. Got kind of tired Of packing and unpacking Town to town Up and down the dial. Maybe you and me Were never meant to be Just maybe think of me Once in awhile. I'm at wkrp in Cincinnati. LyricsFreak 2020. Sings WKRP In Cincinnati from Steve Carlisle 1982 Vinyl. And other albums from Steve Carlisle are available on sale at On

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