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Philip Chaffin - Where Do I Go From You? flac
Title:
Where Do I Go From You?
Performer:
Philip Chaffin
Duration:
44:12
Released:
January 29, 2002
Date of recording:
May, 1999 - August, 1999
Location:
Avatar Studios, Inc., New York, NY
FLAC album size:
1146 mb
MP3 album size:
1989 mb
Other formats:
APE AAC MP2 DTS MP1 AHX
Genre:
Rating:
4.8

Where Do We Go from Here is the third album by Christian metal band Pillar. The song "Bring Me Down" was featured on the 2005 Major League Baseball video game, MLB 2006, as well as the offroad racing game MX vs. ATV Unleashed. The song "Frontline", along with "Bring Me Down", reached No. 1 on the Christian rock charts. The album debuted at No. 74 on the Billboard 200.

Produced by Philip Chaffin & Tommy Krasker. Album Fun Home (Original Broadway Cast Recording). You ready to go for that drive? Allison? Kiddo? Are you ready? Yes. Do you want to drive? No, that's okay you can drive um. Is that too much air? No, it's good.

Discover all Philip Chaffin's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. All Tracks by Philip Chaffin (11). Covers by Philip Chaffin (11).

IKON-Where do I go from here CD single. In October this year, Dino Molinaro, Chris McCarter and David Burns went into Toyland Studios in Melbourne to record 3 new tracks. This is the first material featuring David Burns on drums since 2003, and the result was more than satisfying. Chris chose 2 tracks to go on the new single, the third, will be the next single, some time early 2012. The single also contains a cover of the Big Country track 'Come Back To Me' from the bands classic 1984 album 'Steeltown'. Chris wanted to pay tribute to the 10th anniversary of Stuart Adamson's death on December 16 2001. There is also a new version of 'Distant Memory', originally on 'In The Shadow Of The Angel' CD from 1994, and a remix of 'Where Do I Go From Here' by Adam Calaitzis.

Where Do We Go From Here Lyrics. Where Do We Go From Here is found on the album The Amalgamut. Found on more albums: The Amalgamut.

Pillar returns after the success of 2002's Fireproof with Where Do We Go from Here, a further streamlining of the combo's cross of alternative CCM and secular post-grunge chunkery. Elements of rap-rock still exist, particularly in the intonation of vocalist Rob Beckley, but cuts like "Hypnotized," "Bring Me Down," and "Let It Out" are closer to where Pillar is now, opting for the slick and brooding aggression of a Hoobastank or Seether. The band still prefers to preach subtly - lyrics allude as easily to the Big JC as they do a hearty or faulty earthly.

It makes me wanna go away Till you think it's over I touch Yeah, yeah, yeah. Where do we go from here? You know I'm not the only one Where do we go from here? You know I'm not the only son Where do we go from here? Stop dreaming 'bout the shiney gun Where do we go from here? No I'm not the only one. These Broken dreams are screams to me The difference I can't see The way you look and talk to me You're cursing me I freeze The combination of loss, control, loss of soul I weaze Just give some ease to me. And I'm so glad I met you. It makes me wanna go away.

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Don't you do it no don't you leave me this way I don't know if I could lift my head and face another day It's such a lonely road. Where do we go from here (We go) (All I Can Do Is) Follow the tracks of my tears (Follow The Tracks) (Tears). Usually not the kind of girl who's lost and looking for direction Who could this be staring at me When I'm looking in the mirror trying find the resolution Were to far gone to find our way home. Where do we go from here (We go) (All I Can Do Is) Follow the tracks of my tears (Follow The Tracks of my tears)

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Where Do I Go from You? Dorothy Fields / Arthur Schwartz Philip Chaffin 3:26
2 At Last Mack Gordon / Harry Warren Philip Chaffin 4:14
3 No Strings (I'm Fancy Free) Irving Berlin / Richard Rodgers Philip Chaffin 2:17
4 Love of My Life Johnny Mercer / Artie Shaw Philip Chaffin 2:30
5 Can't Teach My Old Heart New Tricks Johnny Mercer / Richard A. Whiting Philip Chaffin 2:45
6 I Hear Music/Some Like It Hot Remo Biondi / Gene Krupa / Burton Lane / Frank Loesser Philip Chaffin 3:34
7 The Way You Look Tonight Dorothy Fields / Jerome Kern Philip Chaffin 2:41
8 Love Is Here to Stay George Gershwin / Ira Gershwin Philip Chaffin 3:26
9 I Wake Up in the Morning Feeling Fine Frank Loesser Philip Chaffin 1:48
10 Too Marvelous for Words Johnny Mercer / Richard A. Whiting Philip Chaffin 3:13
11 There's a Lull in My Life Mack Gordon / Harry Revel Philip Chaffin 4:07
12 Two Blind Loves Harold Arlen / E.Y. "Yip" Harburg Philip Chaffin 3:16
13 Serenade in Blue/I Wish I Didn't Love You So Mack Gordon / Frank Loesser / Harry Warren Philip Chaffin 4:15
14 Easy to Love Cole Porter Philip Chaffin 2:40

Credits

Martin Agee - Violin
Harold Arlen - Composer
Ted Baker - Celeste, Piano
Lorra Baylis - Violin
Irving Berlin - Composer
Herb Besson - Trombone
Remo Biondi - Composer
Laura Bontrager - Cello
Robert Bush - Flute, Piccolo
Helen Campo - Flute, Piccolo
Jeff Carney - Bass
Jack Cavari - Guitar
Philip Chaffin - Primary Artist, Vocals
John Costa - Art Direction, Design
Bruce Coughlin - Conductor, Orchestration
Cenovia Cummins - Violin
Glen Daum - Conductor, Orchestration
Rick Dolan - Violin
Glenn Drewes - Trumpet
Wayne duMaine - Trumpet
Larry Farrell - Trombone
Paul Faulise - Trombone
Dorothy Fields - Composer
Bill Finegan - Conductor, Orchestration
Crystal Garner - Viola
George Gershwin - Composer
Ira Gershwin - Composer
Mack Gordon - Composer
Adam Grabois - Cello
E.Y. "Yip" Harburg - Composer
Larry Hochman - Conductor, Orchestration
Bob Holloway - Conductor, Orchestration
Mark Johnson - Adaptation
Karen Karlsrud - Violin
Karl Kawahara - Violin
Steve Kenyon - Clarinet, Flute, Sax (Alto), Sax (Tenor)
Jerome Kern - Composer
Dale Kleps - Clarinet, Sax (Alto), Sax (Baritone)
Tommy Krasker - Liner Notes, Producer
Gene Krupa - Composer
Burton Lane - Composer
Tom Lazarus - Mixing
Frank Loesser - Composer
Johnny Mercer - Composer
Mike Migliore - Clarinet, Sax (Alto)
John Miller - Orchestra Contractor
Karen Milne - Violin
Larry Moore - Conductor, Orchestration
Joel Moss - Engineer, Mixing
Lee Musiker - Celeste, Piano
Warren Odze - Drums
Brian O'Flaherty - Trumpet
Donald Oliver - Music Preparation
Keith O'Quinn - Trombone
Grace Paradise - Harp
Joe Passaro - Percussion
Cole Porter - Composer
Charlie Post - Assistant Engineer
Edward B. Powell - Orchestration
Dave Ratajczak - Drums
Harry Revel - Composer
Richard Rodgers - Composer
Christine Rodin - Hand Tinting, Photography
Jim "Eno" Roe - Oboe
Rory Romano - Assistant Engineer
Clay Ruede - Cello
Richard Sarpola - Bass
Arthur Schwartz - Composer
Artie Shaw - Composer
Debra Shufelt - Viola
John "BJ John" Smith - Horn
Eric Stern - Conductor
Byron Stripling - Trumpet
Dale Stuckenbruck - Violin
Terry Szor - Trumpet
Mark Thrasher - Bassoon, Sax (Alto), Sax (Tenor)
Liuh-Wen Ting - Viola
Russell Warner - Conductor, Orchestration
Harry Warren - Composer
Richard A. Whiting - Composer
Belinda Whitney-Barratt - Concert Mistress, Violin
Jim Williamson - Horn
Chuck Wilson - Clarinet, Sax (Alto), Sax (Tenor)
Ric Wilson - Mastering
Scott Young - Assistant Engineer
Xin Zhao - Violin