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Writing To Reach You (Live) - Travis - Driftwood (CD)

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  1. Driftwood: 2: Writing To Reach You - Deadly Avenger's Bayou Blues Mix Arranged By [Strings] – Anne Dudley Remix – Deadly Avenger: 3: Writing To Reach You - Deadly Avenger's Instrumental Mix Arranged By [Strings] – Anne Dudley Remix – Deadly Avenger: /5(7).
  2. Driftwood Producer, Mixed By – Nigel Godrich: 2: Be My Baby Written-By – Ellie Greenwich, Jeff Barry, Philip Spector* 3: Where Is The Love: 4: Writing To Reach You (Deadly Avenger's Bayou Blues Mix) Mixed By – Deadly Avenger.
  3. Tracks 2, 3 & 4 Recorded live on 13/11/99 at De Melkweg in Amsterdam by KRO's "Leidsekade Live" - Radio 3FM Holland. Tracks 1, 2 & 3 published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing Ltd. On j-card: Track 4 published by Grantsville Publishing Ltd. adm. Zomba Music Publishers Ltd/5(10).
  4. In , both "Writing to Reach You" and "Wonderwall" were mixed with Green Day's "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" in the popular mashup "Boulevard of Broken Songs". The single was the group's first release in Japan and Australia, following their success in the United Kingdom. The song also earned Travis their first appearance on Top of the Pops.
  5. "Writing to Reach You" () "Driftwood" () "Why Does It Always Rain on Me? () "Driftwood" is the second single taken from Indie band Travis' second studio album, The Man Who.
  6. Driftwood: Writing To Reach You - Deadly Avenger's Bayou Blues Mix: Writing To Reach You - Deadly Avenger's Instrumental Mix: Credits (5) Nigel Godrich Mixed By, Producer. Blue Source Art Direction. Travis: Driftwood ‎ (CD, Maxi) Independiente: ISM 2: France:
  7. Jun 20,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Live At Glastonbury '99 on Discogs. Label: Craft Recordings - • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock.
  8. Details The Man Who sounds as fresh today as it did then. One of the most successful British albums of the last 20 years, it spawned the timeless singles, “Writing to Reach You,” “Driftwood,” “Turn,” and possibly the band’s most iconic song, “Why Does It Always Rain on Me?” Produced by Nigel Godrich (Radiohead, U2, Pavement), The Man Who spent an astonishing 11 weeks at.

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