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Going Down to Liverpool. Sun Won't Shine Without You. Game of Love. Is That It? Tears for Me. Sun Street. Lovely Lindsey. Riding Shotgun. Sleep on My Pillow. Money Chain. Love That Boy. Customer reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Boy, this was a revelation, almost as great -- or greater, maybe? But WAVES had completely eluded me when it came out -- maybe I heard part of it once, amid a lot of other stuff coming out in the mids and it must have been on the wrong day.

Oh, it's had a reputation similar to that of MARDI GRAS by Creedence Clearwater Revival, a compromised and fundamentally flawed effort; and it's true that taken in its totality the songwriting isn't quite up to the level of the preceding long-players, for the obvious reason that Kimberley Rew was only responsible for a pair of compositions here.

It's more commercial than, say, the Soft Boys' work, but if straight-ahead guitar-focused power-pop is your thing, then this should be essential listening. The resulting CD is amazingly consistent, exciting, and satisfying, filled with punchy guitar-based rock and some of the best singing to bless a rock 'n' roll record in the middle of that decade. The resulting critical praise and, more importantly, radio play, for the title track in particular, afforded a Canadian tour, and due to their well-honed live skills, their fanbase grew steadily.

The band's reputation was growing, fuelled by months of travelling and gigging and the added mystique of their releases being on import in the UK and USA, but, as is often the case, Da/Da - Eternal Tango - Welcome To The Golden City was the kind of lucky break that money can't buy which helped to put them on the music industry map.

This pricked up the ears of various labels at last and the band were quickly snapped up worldwide by Capitol Records. It was followed a month later by their eponymous third album, comprising re-recorded versions of the best songs from the previous two, which went Top 30 in both the UK and US. Fourth album Waves failed to generate the same critical response nor massive commercial success and many pointed to the fact that Rew composed only two of the ten songs on this collection, although the Rew-penned Is That It received radio play and the de la Cruz-written Sun Street was a UK Top 30 hit.

Capitol Record didn't help matters much by dropping the band. Sadly, within a year, Leskanich quit the band. Electronic Folk International. Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying.

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8 Replies to “ Do You Want Crying - Katrina And The Waves - Katrina And The Waves ”

  1. Meztigore says:
    Katrina and the Waves / Waves () Walking on Sunshine - Greatest Hits () The Original Recordings - () Singles; Nightmare () (as The Waves) Brown Eyed Son () (as The Waves) Que Te Quiero () Plastic Man () Walking on Sunshine () #8UK #9US ; Do You Want Crying () #32US ; Que Te Quiero (re-recording.
  2. Dulabar says:
    18 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Katrina And The Waves - Do /5(24).
  3. Gole says:
    Katrina and the Waves is the third album by new wave band Katrina and the Waves, and the first released on a major label, released in (see in music).The majority of tracks were re-mixed and overdubbed versions of songs that had appeared on their first two albums; the tracks "Walking on Sunshine" and "Going Down to Liverpool" were entirely re-recorded versions of songs from their Genre: Pop, new wave.
  4. Tojabei says:
    Instead of recording a new batch of songs for their major-label debut, Katrina and the Waves elected to redo ten songs from their first two albums (given the criminal lack of dissemination these two fine platters apparently received, this decision made a lot of sense). All were re-recorded in an aggressive power pop style; surprisingly, most all these fine songs hold up extremely well under 9/
  5. Mern says:
    A follow-up single to "Walking on Sunshine" called "Do You Want Crying" (written by de la Cruz) also became a top 40 US hit, reaching no. 37 in the late summer of However, the band's follow-up album to Katrina and the Waves (simply entitled Waves) did not meet with the same measure of success, either critically or commercially. Rew wrote only two of the 10 songs on the LP; de la Cruz Genres: Rock, new wave.
  6. Guzahn says:
    “Do You Want Crying” was Katrina and the Waves second of three top 40’s in the US, reaching its peak less than three months after their international smash and signature song “Walking On Sunshine”. Overseas, it had comparatively no success, only reaching #96 in the UK and not charting anywhere else.
  7. Malagul says:
    Katrina & The Waves - Do You Want Crying Lyrics. So long now Since you walked and left me Why did your love grow cold? Don't you think you need me? I see that smile, it's your face I feel.
  8. Vilkis says:
    Katrina And The Waves were a successful, female-fronted, four piece rock band during the s and 90s, built around the infectiously melodic, sixties-influenced songs of former Soft Boy guitarist Kimberley Rew and the distinctively powerful vocals of Katrina Leskanich, and were best known for their evergreen, step-lightening hit single Walking On Sunshine and their landslide

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