French inspired underground nightclub, launching on the 21st November, French cabaret acts and special guest. How exciting, Its nearly show time for the launch of French Kiss Nightclub. Feeling blessed to have had an amazing response already.
French Kiss is the solo debut by former Fleetwood Mac singer/guitarist Bob Welch. The songs, with the exception of "Sentimental Lady", were intended for a projected third album by Welch's previous band, Paris. However, the group fell apart in 1977 before recording could begin. So instead, Welch used these songs for his debut solo album. For the most part, French Kiss presents a mix of hard rock guitar, disco-ish rhythms and sweeping strings.
Nightclub – French Kiss. Label: Tetsuo – TET 078-12. Format: Vinyl, 12". Country: Germany. Using the sample from Josh Wink's classic French Kiss, this track is in typical Scot Project style, it builds and builds before letting loose with one of the meanest riffs this side of clubland. not to be missed, if u can ever find it on vinyl that is :( Reply Notify me 1 Helpful. Marketplace 0 17 For Sale from €. 9.
In stock now for same day shipping. Side 1. 1. "French Kiss" (DJ Scot Project mix). 2. "French Kiss" (Misar mix). Shop more: NIGHTCLUB Tetsuo Germany.
A French kiss is so-called because at the beginning of the 20th century, the French had a reputation for more adventurous and passionate sex practices. In France, it is referred to as un baiser amoureux ("a lover's kiss") or un baiser avec la langue ("a kiss with the tongue"), even if in past times it was also known as baiser florentin ("Florentine kiss").
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Band Name Face Le Groupe. Album Name French Kiss. Type EP. Data wpisu 2014. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album1.
French Kiss" is a song by American DJ and record producer Lil Louis. The song became a European and American hit in 1989. The song also was a hit in dance clubs around the world, and it spent two weeks at number one on the American dance chart in October 1989. It became a crossover pop hit, peaking at number 50 on the Billboard Hot 100. It was also a mainstream pop hit in the United Kingdom, where it peaked at number 2 in August 1989.