1974 studio album by Kiss. This was the first song composed for Kiss by Frehley. Insecure in his own singing ability, Frehley turned over the vocals for the album to Simmons. Cold Gin" was a concert staple throughout the 1970s. During the Alive/Worldwide Tour, Frehley assisted on lead vocals
Single by Linda Lewis. from the album Not a Little Girl Anymore. Also in 1974 Lena Zavaroni recorded "It's in His Kiss" for her album If My Friends Could See Me Now. Kristine Sparkle had a single release of the song uniquely entitled "In His Kiss" (parent album Image).
Just Like Jesse James. Look at Me. Love And Understanding. Love Is a Lonely Place without You. Love Is the Groove. If it's love, if it really is, Если это - любовь, если это - правда, It's there in his kiss! Ты почувствуешь это в его поцелуе! (How 'bout the way he acts?) (А как насчет его поведения?) Oh no! That's not the way! О нет!
It’s been more than 40 years since Kiss released their debut album, and about 38 since music fans began debating whether the makeup-smeared New York City-bred foursome are rock & roll deities or merely false prophets in platform heels. The induction this year of the band - whose original lineup consisted of Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss (. the Starchild, the Demon, the Spaceman and the Catman) - into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame seemed to bring about a ceasefire between the Kiss Army and the band’s detractors, though only momentarily. Hot in the Shade’ (1989). When fans pick the best Kiss album of the non-makeup years they usually point to either the first, 1983's Lick It Up, or the last, 1992's Revenge.
Essentially, it was an extension of his role as the band’s primary songwriter and lead vocalist – with, in his words, my personality magnified. Tonight You Belong To Me is a sensational song with an intense emotional charge – rated by Stanley as one of his best. Similarly, It’s Alright is pure kick-ass Kiss. But on two tracks, he pushed the envelope. Kiss’ most underappreciated record. The band’s 16th studio album was dedicated to the memory Eric Carr, the drummer who had served Kiss for 10 years before succumbing to cancer on November 24, 1991, the day that Freddie Mercury also died. But with former Black Sabbath drummer Eric Singer in place of Carr, and producer Bob Ezrin back for a third time, Revenge was a shrewd repositioning of Kiss at a time when grunge was king. A heavier sound was established with Simmons’s sinister opening track Unholy.
And frankly, it's good to scare yourself once in a while. We purchased the DVD when it came out. He loved it as well (even had tears in his eyes a couple of times). It is an excellent family film.
Narrated by Simon Prebble. New York Times best-selling author Julia Quinn has a knack for creating dynamic characters and sizzling romances. With the purchase of Kobo VIP Membership, you're getting 10% off and 2x Kobo Super Points on eligible items. Your Shopping Cart is empty. There are currently no items in your Shopping Cart.
Is it in his eyes?) Oh no, you’ll be deceived (Is it in his eyes?) Oh no. iew full lyrics. The Shoop Shoop Song (It's In His Kiss).
But because it is so pervasive, scientists think there must be a good reason for it, some kind of evolutionary advantage. And humans aren't alone in this ritual. Chimpanzees kiss, foxes and dogs lick each other's faces, some birds tap their bills together, and elephants put their trunks in each other's mouths. Humans have been kissing for ages. Many kisses, particularly in the Roman novels, are slobbery," said Donald Lateiner of Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware who studies the history of kissing. After all, haven't we all been attracted to someone and then the first kiss just killed it? It might be because he didn't have the right stuff in his spit. Lots of hormones are present in differing quantities in our saliva, and they may serve several romantic purposes. There's evidence that saliva has testosterone in it, and there's also evidence that men like sloppier kisses with more open mouth," Fisher said.
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|A||It's In His Kiss
Written-By – Rudy Clark
|B||It Couldn't Happen To A Nicer Guy
Written By – Nuckles, RiopelleWritten-By – Riopelle*, Nuckles*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros.
- Pressed By – Decca
- Distributed By – Decca
- Published By – T.M. Music
- Arranged By – Ray Pohlman
- Producer – Jerry Riopelle, Joe Saraceno
Notes© Recorded In U.S.A. • Warner Bros. Records Inc. • A Subsidiary Of Warner Bros. Pictures Inc.
Recording (C) And First Published 1964
Mfd. In England By The Decca Record Co. Ltd. (Licensee)
USA No: 5416
N.B. Original 1964 U.K. Decca Pressed Issue.
Resale Tax Coding 'KT' present on paper labels.
Mono issue only.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label - Side A): GX·13662
- Matrix / Runout (Label - Side B): GX·13663
- Matrix / Runout (Dead Wax - Side A): 45-GX-13662-2C
- Matrix / Runout (Dead Wax - Side B): 45-GX-13663-1C
- Rights Society: NCB
- Rights Society: MCPS
|5416||Ramona King||It's In His Kiss / It Couldn't Happen To A Nicer Guy (7", Single, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||5416||US||1964|
|5416||Ramona King||It's In His Kiss / It Couldn't Happen To A Nicer Guy (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||5416||US||1964|