9 thoughts on “ Trying To Find My Baby - Dwight Twilley - On Fire! The Best of 1975- 1984 (CD)

  1. Mar 21,  · Meanwhile, Twilley had the first of over a half dozen songs used in film soundtracks when National Lampoon's Up The Academy film featured the Dwight Twilley Band's recording of "Trying To Find My Baby" in Twilley continued to work on Blueprint throughout , recording new songs, revisiting some old Dwight Twilley Band material, and.
  2. Dwight Twilley (born June 6, ) is an American pop/rock singer and songwriter, best known for the Top 20 hit singles "I'm on Fire" () and "Girls" (). His music is associated with the power pop style. Twilley and Phil Seymour performed as the Dwight Twilley Band through , and Twilley has performed as a solo act since then.
  3. Though the Dwight Twilley Band only had one hit (Twilley had another on his own), Twilley and partner Phil Seymour created an enduring and highly memorable brand of power pop that blended Beatlesque pop and Sun rockabilly "slapback" echo.
  4. Few 45 rpm singles come crashing out of the gate with quite the intensity as "I'm on Fire"; the CD is only half of the picture. The perfectly constructed pop/rock-power pop anthem seems to have been recorded "hot" or in the red zone, and that is a huge part of its appeal along with a swinging, British Invasion beat (the snare really cracks) and a couple of snazzy Yardbirds-style guitar breaks.
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Dwight Twilley Band - I'm On Fire at Discogs. Complete your Dwight Twilley Band collection.
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  7. 24 track collection featuring the best of Dwight's career. Culled from his 6 studio albums released between Includes: I'm on Fire, Three Persons, TV, Looking for the Magic, Trying to Find my Baby, Out of My Hands, Girls, I'm Back Again and others. Includes a detailed liner notes with photos & .
  8. Dwight Twilley was one of the best and most influential figures on the Southern power pop scene, and unlike Big Star, the Scruffs, or the Sneakers, he achieved that most cherished pop music accolade, a hit single, and not once but twice ("I'm on Fire" rose to number 16 in , and "Girls" managed the same feat in ).
  9. Dwight Twilley Band A: Trying To Find My Baby [Mono] B: Trying To Find My Baby [Stereo] Arista USA: AS Dec Promo Only 7" 4: Dwight Twilley Band A: Trying To Find My Baby B: Here She Come: Arista USA: AS Dec 7" 1: Dwight Twilley Band A: Looking For The Magic B: Invasion: Arista USA: AS Feb 7" 0: Dwight.

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