Mink DeVille- Sportin' Life ( Full Album ) 1985.
Sportin' Life (Weather Report album). Sportin' Life is the fifteenth studio album by Weather Report, released in 1985. Although featuring many more vocal performances than any of their previous albums, words are rare and most vocals are chants from Bobby McFerrin or Carl Anderson. The album is named after a character from Porgy and Bess. All tracks composed by Joe Zawinul; except where indicated. Corner Pocket" – 5:46. Indiscretions" – 4:05.
The Sporting Life is an album by singer Diamanda Galás and t John Paul Jones, released on September 6, 1994 by record label Mute. Trouser Press described the album as "her most stimulating and broadly appealing work ye. Skótoseme" (Galás/Jones) – 6:27. Do You Take This Man?" (Galás/Jones) – 6:09. Dark End of the Street" (Chips Moman/Dan Penn) – 2:42. You're Mine" (Galás) – 5:10. Tony" (Galás) – 5:37. Devil's Rodeo" (Galás/Jones/Pete Thomas) – 5:37.
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The sportin’ life, easy goin’, maybe a little hoodlumism, a little gamblin’, women, hangin’ ou. hat’s what the whole album is about, the easy life in the good places where people like to go. Palm trees, ocean, places like the French Riviera, where we spent time last summer. Originally, we wanted to have an album cover with a collage of postcards. That’s what the music is supposed to be, an international resort album, something really hi. .
Weather Report – Sportin' Life. Label: Cbs – cbs 26367. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Art Direction – Tony Lane/Nancy Donald. Artwork – Jerry McDonald (2). Bass – Victor Bailey. Engineer – Howard Siegel. Engineer – Bernie Fromm, Peter Kelsey. Engineer – Jim McMahon, Matt Pakucko. Management – Corvalan-Condliffe Management.