A Place in the World is the third studio album by Australian rock band The Black Sorrows. The album was released in November 1985. All tracks were written by band members Joe Camilleri and Nick Smith, except "Let the Four Winds Blow"
A Place In The World. This song is by The Black Sorrows and appears on the album A Place In The World (1986).
Album A Place in the World. The Shape I’m In Lyrics. I can't go, I can't stay It's your fault, I'm this way I ain't ever been, hmm, the shape I'm in I can't sit, I can't stand This feeling is so grand Hoping it never ends, hmm, the shape I'm in You tell me no, then you tell me yes You keep my mind. a wreck I'm not gonna ever rest, I'm gonna get you yeah I feel good, I feel bad I feel happy, I feel sad But I love you all over again I love being in the shape I'm in. More on Genius. The Shape I’m In" Track Info.
The Black Sorrows will never be a heritage act as for us there’s no finish line . we're excited to announce the Australian release of our new album "Citizen John". The group has been the standard bearer of Australian roots music for over thirty years and on 'Citizen John' they are in better shape than ever. Hooked on Music Germany. Timeless music, impeccably played by a band without weakness Papmoon.
Live album by The Black Sorrows. November 1996 (1996-11). The album was mastered in Studios 301 and released in November 1996. The album contained 36 tracks Track listing. all songs written by Joe Camilleri and Nick Smith unless otherwise noted. A Place in the World (1985). Dear Children (1987). Hold On to Me (1988).
Burt left the Black Sorrows before recording for their seventh album, Better Times September 1992, and Stephen Hadley ex-Kate Ceberano and the Ministry of Fun replaced Sega on bass guitar13 Also added to the line-up were Barker and Black on keyboards of The Relevators1314 Finally, Laurie Polec took over as the band's primary lyricist,1 although Smith contributed. A Place in the World November 1985. Dear Children April 1987 AUS Hold on to Me September 1988 AUS NOR NZL SWE