A Different Man. Peter Kingsbery. Album A Different Man. A Different Man Lyrics. Forever and ever All ahead full Of these days I have no regrets So wild and abandoned Deep under your spell Of these hours are none second-best I might have been freer then I could be a fool Maybe I was younger And had nothing to lose I might have cried easier That was a different man. I've still got my humor I still can make you laugh You won't see me sinking low I'm looking for no one Though I'm good at looking back Back to places I'll never go It might have been winter It could have been spring Maybe I was thinner then Times could have been lean And I might have
Written By – Peter Kingsbery (tracks: 1 to 7, 9 to 12). Notes.
A Different Man (CD, Album). A Different Man (LP, Album).
Features Song Lyrics for Kingsbery Peter's A Different Man album. Album: A Different Man. 0. 1. A Different Man. 2. The Sublime.
Kingsbery's debut is as impressive as his finale with old band Cock Robin. Okay, there's no Anna LaCazio, a shame, but life goes on and it certainly goes on here. Opening with the zany "Do a Dance," the shuffle of the title track, the horny "What You Are," and "Helene" (which doubtlessly went down a storm with his French fanbase). The tall Texan with the high forehead proceeds with his Daryl Hall hat on for "Five Fingers" and the lovely "Love in Motion" (not the Icehouse song)
Peter Kingsbery is an American singer songwriter who cofounded the band Cock Robin in the 1980s. He grew up in Austin (Texas) where he studied classical music. He moved to Nashville (Tennessee) where he began his career as a musician (he accompanied Brenda Lee on piano on a few tours) and then to Los Angeles at the end of the '70s where he began a career as a singer/songwriter. After signing with a new label (Barclay), he recorded his first solo album A Different Man in 1991 in California that he co-produced with his friend, drummer Pat Mastelotto. Kingsbery broadened his skills by not only playing the piano or organ but also the accordion. Breaking with the style of Cock Robin, he introduced more classical instruments such as wind instruments (saxophone, flute, trombone and euphonium) or traditional as the oud (or lute, giving Slavic accents to the song Hélène).
Peter Kingsbery (born December 2, 1952 in Phoenix, Arizona) is an American singer songwriter who cofounded the band Cock Robin in the 1980s. Failing to break their native country with a first self-titled album in 1985, the quartet became a duo of Kingsbery and LaCazio when they released their second album in 1987. After the band split up in the early 1990s after a third album, Peter Kingsbery enjoyed a fairly successful solo career, releasing four albums over a decade, and scoring a major hit in France with the song "Only the Very Best. Missing lyrics by Peter Kingsbery? Know any other songs by Peter Kingsbery?
Tracklist: 1. Do A Dance, 2. A Different Man, 3. What You Are, 4. Hélène, 5. Five Fingers, 6. Love In Motion, 7. Real Blood Anger, 8. How Can I Be Sure, 9. The Hand That Feeds Me, 10. Makes No Sense At All, 11. The Sublime, 12. Ceasar. More albums from Peter Kingsbery: Divertimenti Da Camera by Peter Kingsbery. View all albums .
|1||Do A Dance||3:36|
|2||A Different Man||4:37|
|3||What You Are||4:20|
|6||Love In Motion||5:01|
|7||Real Blood Anger||4:00|
|8||How Can I Be Sure||4:39|
|9||The Hand That Feeds Me||4:13|
|10||Makes No Sense At All||3:02|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – PolyGram Records, Inc.
- Manufactured By – PolyGram Records, Inc.
- Marketed By – PolyGram Records, Inc.
- Vocals, Organ, Piano, Accordion, Clavinet – Peter Kingsbery
- Written-By – Eddie Brigati (tracks: 8), Felix Cavaliere (tracks: 8), Peter Kingsbery (tracks: 1 to 7, 9 to 12)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 314-511835-2 2
|517 319-2||Peter Kingsbery||A Different Man (CD, Album)||Barclay, Polydor||517 319-2||Germany||1991|
|511228-1||Peter Kingsbery||A Different Man (LP, Album)||Polydor||511228-1||US||1991|
|314 511 835-2||Peter Kingsbery||A Different Man (CD, Album)||Polydor||314 511 835-2||Canada||1991|
|511 228-2||Peter Kingsbery||A Different Man (CD, Album)||Barclay||511 228-2||France||1991|
|314 511 835-4||Peter Kingsbery||A Different Man (Cass, Album, CrO)||Polydor||314 511 835-4||US||1991|