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Kathy Troccoli - Images mp3 track

MP3 1294 mb. | FLAC 1463 mb. | WMA 1485 mb.

Performer: Kathy Troccoli
Title: Images
Country: US
Released: 1986
Style: Pop Rock, Ballad, Religious
Category: Rock / Pop
Rating: 4.5 ✦
Other format: APE MP4 XM TTA DMF VOX VOC


Ready And Willing 5:45
Talk It Out 4:36
Dream On 5:32
Don't Wanna See You Down 4:16
Chance Of A Lifetime 4:18
Love Stays 5:14
No Time For Love 4:04
If Only 3:43
Gotta Keep Dancin' 5:15


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
7-01001402-4 Kathy Troccoli Images ‎(LP, Album) Reunion Records 7-01001402-4 US 1986
7-01-001472-8 Kathy Troccoli Images ‎(CD, Album) Reunion Records 7-01-001472-8 US 1986
7-01001452-3 Kathy Troccoli Images ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) Reunion Records 7-01001452-3 US 1986
7010014124 Kathy Troccoli Images ‎(LP, Album) Reunion Records 7010014124 Australia 1986
WR 8351 Kathy Troccoli Images ‎(LP, Album) Reunion Records WR 8351 Canada 1986
WR 8351 Kathy Troccoli Images ‎(LP, Album) Reunion Records WR 8351 US 1986
RRA0014 Kathy Troccoli Images ‎(LP, Album) Reunion Records RRA0014 Canada 1986
7010014124, L-38711, WR-8351 Kathy Troccoli Images ‎(LP, Album) Reunion Records, A&M Records, A&M Records 7010014124, L-38711, WR-8351 Australia & New Zealand 1986
RRAR 014 Kathy Troccoli Images ‎(LP, Album) Reunion Records RRAR 014 UK 1987

Kathleen Troccoli (born June 24, 1958) is a contemporary Christian music singer, songwriter, author, and speaker. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Kathy Troccoli was raised in Islip Terrace, Long Island, New York, where she graduated from East Islip High School. Her father died of colon cancer when she was 15; her mother died of breast cancer in 1991, shortly before the release of her album Pure Attraction and its mainstream chart selection, "Everything Changes".

Features Song Lyrics for Kathy Troccoli's Images album. Kathy Troccoli - Images Album Lyrics. 1. No Time for Love Lyrics. Kathy Troccoli Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Do you like this album?

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372. Images Tracklist. 2. Talk It Out Lyrics. Ask us a question about this album. Top Images scholars. More Kathy Troccoli albums. Draw Me Close: Songs of Worship. Show all albums by Kathy Troccoli.

This set of peppy '80s pop didn't come anywhere near a Billboard chart, although Troccoli's enormous vocals were no less soulful when she was stuck in the CCM ghetto. Like most '80s pop, Images is full of electric guitars that want to be keyboards, and keyboards that want to be electric guitars. Back in 1986, the best of these arrangements seemed evocative of the big emotional breakthroughs and wastelands Troccoli sings about. Now they mostly just seem evocative of 1986.

Released by Sony Music May 2010 10 Tracks. Kathy Troccoli is a English album released on May 2010. Kathy Troccoli Album has 10 songs sung by Kathy Troccoli. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Kathy Troccoli songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').

Kathy Troccoli is the self-titled full-length album from singer-songwriter Kathy Troccoli. It was released on Reunion Records in 1994. Like her previous release, Pure Attraction, it featured a heavy emphasis on pop songs, with songwriter Diane Warren contributing one track. Felix Weber (born December 1, 1960 in Hassfurt, Bavaria) is a German composer, songwriter and record producer. Heart and Soul (Kathy Troccoli album). Heart and Soul is the second studio album by singer-songwriter Kathy Troccoli. This album received a Grammy nomination in 1984, and contains songs written by Michael W. Smith. It featured music popular with CCM, as well as synthpop friendly songs, "I Belong To You", "Holy Holy", and "Hearts Of Fire"

1958-06-24) June 24, 1958 (age 60) Brooklyn, New York, New York. A second album, Heart and Soul, was released in 1984 and gave her her first Grammy nomination a year later, followed by Images in 1986. Troccoli also provided backing vocal for Taylor Dayne's song "I'll Be Your Shelter" in 1989/1990. After her mother's death, she paired with Reunion again in 1991 with Pure Attraction, which launched her on the national charts with the single "Everything Changes," which peaked at No. 14 on the Billboard Hot 100.