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Tracklist

1Caroline2:55
2The Butcher Boy3:57

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VSCDT1517, 7243 8 92716 2 1Kirsty MacColl Caroline ‎(CD, Single)Virgin, VirginVSCDT1517, 7243 8 92716 2 1UK1995
DPRO-10793Kirsty MacColl Caroline ‎(CD, Single, Promo)I.R.S. RecordsDPRO-10793US1995
VSCDX 1517Kirsty MacColl Caroline ‎(CD, Single)VirginVSCDX 1517UK1995
VS 1517Kirsty MacColl Caroline ‎(7", Single)VirginVS 1517UK1995

Notes

From Galore - The best of Kirtsy Maccoll

For promo use only

Info

Caroline is a song by British singer and songwriter Kirsty MacColl, released in 1995 as a single from her compilation album Galore. It was written by MacColl, and produced by Victor Van Vugt and MacColl. Caroline reached No. 58 in the UK and remained in the charts for two weeks. Caroline was inspired by Dolly Parton's Jolene. MacColl told Larry Printz of The Morning Call: A lot of the songs I heard growing up were written by men for women. There was a lot of, 'Oh, I can't live without my man. The Stiff Years. Kirsty MacColl. Tropical Brainstorm. Electric Landlady. Watch the video for Caroline from Kirsty MacColl's Galore for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Kirsty MacColl She called me up the other day And left a message on my machine She called to say you broke her heart And she'd wondered if I'dWatch the video for Caroline from Kirsty MacColl's Galore for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Kirsty MacColl She called me up the other day And left a message on my machine She called to say you broke her heart And she'd wondered if I'd View full lyrics. Similar Tracks. Album 1995 3 Songs. Caroline - Single. Pop 1995. Original Album Series. The Pogues. A song that I was surprised not to find on I thought 'why not upload it myself' and here we MacColl. Caroline - Single, 1995. Caroline, 02:56. Now playing: Dua Lipa Don't Start Now Regard Remix. Graz FM. Haddaway What Is Love. Caroline is a track by Kirsty MacColl from the album A New England: The Very Best Of Kirsty MacColl released in 2013. Unlike most career-spanning compilations, 1994's Galore is essential to all Kirsty MacColl fans. Not only does the 18-track collection trace her development from 1979's sublime Spector pastiche They Don't Know to 1993's haunting Titanic Days, it gathers two tracks recorded with the Pogues in the late '80s - the Christmas favorite A Fairytale of New York and a brilliant reinterpretation of Cole Porter's Miss Otis Regrets - plus. Kirsty MacColl was born in Croydon, Surrey on October 10, 1959 and was an English singer and songwriter. Kirsty came from a showbiz background, as she was the daughter of folk singer Ewan MacColl and dancer Jean Newlove. Kirsty MacColl began her music career as backing vocalist Mandy Doubt for local punk band The Drug Addix and was later signed by Stiff Records as a soloist. Her debut single for the label in 1979 was the self-penned They Dont Know, a song which Tracey Ullman would turn into a Number 2 smash with MacColl on backing vocals a few years later

Download Kirsty MacColl - Caroline FLAC

Performer: Kirsty MacColl

Title: Caroline

Country: UK

Release date: 1995

Label: Virgin

Style: Folk Rock, Pop Rock

Catalog: VSCDJ 1517

Genre: Rock / Pop

Size MP3: 1027 mb

Size FLAC: 2411 mb

Rating: 4.0 / 5

Votes: 525

Record source: CD, Single, Promo

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