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Djavan - Stephen's Kingdom download album

Djavan - Stephen's Kingdom download album
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Album:
Stephen's Kingdom
Released:
1987
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UK & Europe
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1421 mb
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A. Stephen's Kingdom. Stephen's Kingdom ‎(CD, Mini). CBS. 651604 3. UK & Europe. Stephen's Kingdom ‎(12").

Kingdom Come is the debut album by German/US hard rock band Kingdom Come. The album reached Number 12 on the . Billboard 200 and obtained Gold certification from the RIAA. Lenny Wolf – lead vocals, producer. Danny Stag – lead guitar. Rick Steier – rhythm guitar, keyboards. Johnny B. Frank – bass. James Kottak – drums. Bob Rock - producer, engineer, mixing at Electric Lady Studios, New York City. Tim Crich - engineer. Ken Steiger - mixing assistant.

The 1988, Epic Records single, "Stephen's Kingdom," featured a guest appearance from Stevie Wonder. In 1998, Djavan contributed "Dukeles" to the AIDS benefit compilation album Onda Sonora: Red Hot + Lisbon produced by the Red Hot Organization. In 1999, his live concert double-volume album, Ao Vivo, sold . million copies and the song, "Acelerou" became the Brazilian Song of the Year at the 2000 Latin Grammy Awards.

About Djavan Djavan (full name Djavan Caetano Viana) is a Brazilian singer/songwriter, (born 27 January 1949, in Alagoas, Brazil) Djavan combines traditional Brazilian rhythms with popular music drawn from the Americas, Europe and Africa. He can arguably be categorized in any of the following musical genres: Música Popular Brasileira (Brazilian pop), samba, or Latin dance. In 1973, Djavan moved to Rio. The 1988, Epic Records single, "Stephen's Kingdom," featured a guest appearance from Stevie Wonder.

In 1973, Djavan moved to Rio de Janeiro and started singing in local nightclubs. After competing in several festivals, he gained attention and recorded the album A Voz, o Violão e a Arte de Djavan in 1976. The album included the song "Flor de Lis," which became one of his most memorable hits. Albums that followed included his other musical influence, African music, and additional hits followed, such as "Açaí", "Sina," and "Samurai," which featured Stevie Wonder's harmonica.

Born and raised in the North-eastern area of Alagoas, Djavan moved to Rio de Janeiro to join a local circuit of nightclub performers. Shortly after relocating he released the album A Voz, o Violão e a Arte de Djavan which kick-started his career in music. To this day, he is celebrated for his sheer variety and is somewhat of a national treasure in Brazil; his influential songs have been covered by musicians such as Al Jarreu and Caetano Veloso. Tagged with: Contemporary music

is the inspirational story of Stephen Sutton who whilst fighting 'incurable'. After five years, it really is so heart-warming to see so many people continuing to support Stephen’s legacy and to dig deep into their pockets to help raise a record sum of money for the charity. This coming Sunday, 12th May is the 7th Stephen Sutton Ride Out which will feature a cavalcade of motorbikes, scooters and vintage cars travelling from Lichfield Rugby Club to Burntwood Rugby Club.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Stephen's Kingdom (Edited Version)
Written-By – B. Walsh*, Djavan
3:58
B Samurai
Harmonica [Special Participation] – Stevie WonderWritten-By – Djavan
4:46

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Discos CBS I.C.L.
  • Copyright (c) – CBS Records Inc.
  • Distributed By – CBS Records

Credits

  • Co-producer – Djavan (tracks: A)
  • Producer – Ronnie Foster

Notes

"Printed in Holland" on cover

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 099765 160475
  • Rights Society: BIEM, STEMRA
  • Label Code: LC 0149

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
651604 3 Djavan Stephen's Kingdom ‎(CD, Mini) CBS 651604 3 UK & Europe 1988
651604 6 Djavan Stephen's Kingdom ‎(12") CBS 651604 6 Europe 1988
651604 6 Djavan Stephen's Kingdom ‎(12") CBS 651604 6 UK & Europe 1988
651604 7 Djavan Stephen's Kingdom ‎(7") Epic 651604 7 UK & Europe 1988