The album cover references Steve McQueen's lifelong passion for Triumph motorcycles and the 1963 film The Great Escape, starring McQueen and featuring prominent motorcycle chase scenes (with stunts performed by himself on a Triumph motorcycle). Between the second and third releases of "When Love Breaks Down", two further singles were released: "Faron Young" (referencing the country music singer of the same name) in July 1985, peaking at No. 74, and "Appetite" in August 1985, peaking at No. 9. .Goodbye Lucille was renamed "Johnny Johnny" for the final single release from the album in January 1986, peaking at No. 6.
Some Kind of Woman Lyrics. I never met a woman so full of joy and happiness And lovin' you, lady, I know that I've been blessed I never met a woman who's more than a friend You're right there beside me from beginning to end, baby. You're some kind of woman (You're a special kind of girl) You're some kind of girl (You really rock my world, oh, yeah) You're some kind of woman (You bring joy with this pain) You're some kind of girl (Like sunshine through the rain, yeah)
Faron Young (February 25, 1932, near Shreveport, Louisiana – December 10, 1996), was an American country music singer, predominantly in the honky tonk genre. Starting off singing at the local Optimist Club, Young was discovered by Webb Pierce, who brought him to star on the Louisiana Hayride radio program on KWKH in 1951.
Taylor himself knows that some people slag him for the first-person aspect of his writing: "If you think it's sentimental and self-absorbed, then I agree with you, basically. It's not for everybody. Nelson was a struggling Music Row pro when Faron Young cut his ode to an empty room, "Hello Walls," in 1961. A string of undeniable classics followed - "Night Life," "Funny How Time Slips Away," and "Crazy," immortalized by Patsy Cline - and Nelson began his own recording career, to fair results. The Clash's 1980 watershed London Calling, which Rolling Stone declared the best album of the Eighties, became a double album not by design but because they were writing so many songs so quickly at the time. Joe, once he learned how to type, would bang the lyrics out at a high rate of good stuff," Jones recalled.
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On 8 May 1961, the massively popular Faron Young topped the country chart with his version of Willie Nelson's great early composition Hello Walls. By this time Young, the singer from Shreveport, Louisiana, had already enjoyed some eight years of unbroken success as one of the genre’s biggest names. He became a member of the Grand Ole Opry when he was just 20, in 1952, and hit the big time the following year with ‘Goin’ Steady. He then had three country No. 1s during that decade, with ‘Live Fast, Love Hard, Die Young,’ ‘Alone With You’ and ‘Country Girl. They were just the tip of the iceberg as far as Young’s hit catalogue was concerned. Hello Walls’ was his 36th country chart entry, and he went on to amass an astonishing total of 89.
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