Written-By – Sonya Spence (tracks: A2 to A5, B2 to B5). Notes. A special thanks to our wonderful musicians and engineer who made this album a success for your listening and dancing pleasure. The side identifiers on the labels are printed the wrong way around (track listing is correct). Side A running time: 19:37 Side B running time: 16:17.
Album · 2009 · 10 Songs. Make Love to Me In the Dark. 7. Peace & Unity. More By SONYA SPENCE. See All. The Aggrovators Present Sonya Spence.
Sonya Spence - Love Ya 03:20. Sonya Spence - Loving in Dark 04:00. Sonya Spence - Lonely Hurt 04:05. Sonya Spence - Jets 03:37. Sonya Spence - Charge Free 03:19. Sonya Spence - Thanksgiving 03:13. Sonya Spence - Damnation 03:56. Sonya Spence - Unity & Peace 03:40. Sonya Spence - Wha? 02:58. In the Dark - Sonya Spence. GIVE LOVE - Sonya Spence.
Artist: Sonya Spence. Sonya Spence: best 2 tracks. Sonya Spence - Jet Plane In the Dark, 2009 03:41. Sonya Spence - KOOL WATER 1 GIVE LOVE, 2000 03:50. Artist: Sonya Spence.
Tracklist: 1. Jet Plane, 2. It Hurts To Be Alone, 3. I Love You So, 4. Damn Him, 5. Make Love To Me In The Dark, 6. No Charge, 7. Peace & Unity, 8. When, 9. Why Did You Leave Me, 10. Give Thanks. More albums from Sonya Spence: Sings Love by Sonya Spence. View all albums . In The Dark. By: Sonya Spence (1978, Reggae). 2. It Hurts To Be Alone.
Jamaican pop singer Sonya Spence covered his tune from her debut album, In The Dark, released on High Note, produced by the late Sonia Pottinger. The band's single "Run 2" (1989) was the subject of a lawsuit brought by John Denver, who argued that its wordless guitar break was based on his "Leaving on a Jet Plane". An out-of-court settlement ensured that the song would never be re-released in its original form. Jet Plane" Track Info. Written By John Denver
Songs in the Dark is the debut album by the Wainwright Sisters, a singer-songwriter duo featuring the Canadian-American Martha Wainwright and her American half-sister Lucy Wainwright Roche. The album, released on November 13, 2015, includes lullabies that their mothers Kate McGarrigle and Suzzy Roche sang to them as children, plus songs by Woody Guthrie, Jimmie Rogers, and their father Loudon Wainwright III.