New York City is an album by The Peter Malick Group featuring Norah Jones. The album was recorded during August and September 2000, a few weeks before Jones made her own demos for Blue Note Records, and released three years later. Jones sings on all seven tracks, and this album is more bluesy than Jones' debut album, Come Away with Me. One of the tracks of the album, "Strange Transmissions", was bundled with the Nokia 6230 mobile phone.
New York is the fifteenth solo studio album by American musician Lou Reed, released in January 1989 by Sire Records. The album received universal critical success upon release, and is widely considered to be among Reed's strongest solo efforts. It is highly regarded for the strength and force of its lyrical content; Reed stated that he required simple music so that it would not distract from his frank lyrics. The single "Dirty Blvd.
Walter "Zwol" Zwolinski (aka Zwol or Walter Zwol) is a Canadian musician and songwriter and founding member and front-man for the Canadian rock band Brutus (1969–1976). Zwol would sign with EMI-America in the late 1970s and record two albums: the self-titled Zwol in 1978 and Effective Immediately in 1979. From the self-titled album, two singles would make the American Top 100 chart: "Call Out my Name", about love fading away, reached US and Canada, and "New York City", a new wave synth ode to the Big Apple, reached US and Canada. Band members on Effective Immediately included Bernie LaBarge on guitar and vocals, Grant Slater on keyboards and vocals, Sonnie Bernardi on drums, and Dennis Pinhorn on bass guitar and vocals.
EMI Electrola, EMI America.
Zwol - New York City Songtext. Ah, the first time I met ya I knew you'd be all I dreamed I heard so much about ya Reading in the magazines. Ah, but you old devil You're better than I dreamed of You old devil Exactly what I've waited for Exactly what I've waited for. And they call you New York I love that city New York, I love that city I do, yes, I do New York City New York City, I do. New York City I love you, I do. I met you at the airport Got a little old cab into the Square The neon lights of Broadway How they're burning out here. 44th Street and Broadway I don't believe I'm here I'm walking on down To the Village, boy Maybe I'll meet you there. I'll meet up with some queens Well, you know what I mean, baby So many places to be. You set the pace, baby You got a face, baby There's no other place That I'd rather be. New York, New York City I love you New York, New York City I love you.
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