|1||It's A Heartache|
|2||Lost In France|
|3||More Than A Lover|
|5||The Eyes Of A Fool|
|6||My Guns Are Loaded|
|7||A Natural Woman|
|9||If You Ever Need Me Again|
|10||Sometimes When We Touch|
|12||Living For The City|
|13||Sitting On The Edge Of The Ocean|
|14||Here Am I|
|15||A Whiter Shade Of Pale|
|PIESD 049||Bonnie Tyler||It's A Heartache (CD, Comp)||Castle Pie||PIESD 049||UK||1999|
It's a Heartache" is a song recorded by Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler for her second studio album, Natural Force (1978). The song was recorded in the same year by Juice Newton as a standalone single. It was written by Ronnie Scott and Steve Wolfe, Tyler's managers at the time, and produced by David Mackay. The song reached number three in the United States and number four in the United Kingdom.
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It’s a Heartache by Ronnie Scott and Steve Wolfe appears on the 1978 Bonnie Tyler album of the same name. The album was released in the . Tyler had throat surgery in 1976, a procedure that added a distinct rasp to her voice. As a result, some people call Tyler the female Rod Stewart. It’s a Heartache" Track Info.
Album: It's a Heartache (1977). Charted: 4 3. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Tyler released this song in November 1977 on RCA 5057. Around this same time, Ronnie Spector (of the Ronettes) also recorded the song but her version went nowhere.
Band Name Bonnie Tyler. Album Name It's a Heartache. Type EP. Erscheinungsdatum 1977. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen2. 2. Got so Used to Loving You. 03:13.
Still working with Ronnie Scott and Steve Wolfe, It's a Heartache continues in the same groove as The World Starts Tonight - spotlighting Tyler's inimitable voice while mining the pop-country groove of the late 1970s. The success of the title track led many to regard Tyler as a country artist, and this is certainly the most countrified of all of her albums. Still, it lacks the punch of either The World Starts Tonight or Diamond Cut, and it definitely pales in comparison to Tyler's reinvention with Jim Steinman into an operatic siren.
It's a Heartache by Bonnie Tyler. Fool (If You Think It's Over) - Chris Rea. in 1978. We'll Never Have to Say Goodbye Again - England Dan & John Ford Coley.