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Air Time: The Best of Glass Tiger is Glass Tiger's first Greatest Hits album. It contains all of their charting singles, both in their native Canada, and the United States.
The track "After the Dance" is exclusive to this compilation, as is the previously unavailable demo version of "Touch of Your Hand".
Glass Tiger is a Grammy-nominated Canadian rock band from Newmarket, Ontario that formed in 1983. The band has released five studio albums. Its 1986 debut album, The Thin Red Line, went quadruple platinum in Canada and gold in the United States. Two singles from that album, "Don't Forget Me " and "Someday", reached the U.S. Top 10.
One on One is Cheap Trick's sixth studio album, and seventh release in general. Produced by Roy Thomas Baker, it was released in 1982 via Epic Records and was the first Cheap Trick album to feature their new bassist Jon Brant.
The Life and Crimes of Alice Cooper (1999) is a 4-CD box set by Alice Cooper. It includes select tracks from every studio album released until then, plus many B-sides, unreleased songs, and other rarities. It also includes Alice Cooper's authorized biography, written by Jeffrey Morgan of Creem magazine.
The Juno Awards of 1989, representing Canadian music industry achievements of the previous year, were awarded on 12 March 1989 in Toronto at a ceremony in the O'Keefe Centre. André-Philippe Gagnon was the host for the ceremonies, which were broadcast on CBC Television.
Dreamscapes Revisited is a re-release of Alphaville's 1999 limited 8-CD compilation Dreamscapes. This 93 track release omits 31 of the original's 124 tracks but includes the previously unreleased "Whales ".
Alan Graham Frew is a Scottish-Canadian singer, songwriter, actor, and author, who is the lead singer of the Canadian rock band Glass Tiger. He has also released three solo albums.
The Thin Red Line is the debut album by Canadian band Glass Tiger. It was released by Manhattan Records on June 11, 1986.
Diamond Sun is the second album by Canadian band Glass Tiger. It was released by EMI Manhattan Records on April 13, 1988. The album was certified triple platinum in Canada and featured the single "I'm Still Searching", which peaked at #2 in Canada.
Simple Mission is the third album by Canadian band Glass Tiger. It was released by Capitol Records March 22, 1991.
Alan Connelly is a guitarist and songwriter. He is a founding member of Glass Tiger, the Canadian rock band. He and his band received five Canadian music industry JUNO Awards and multiple Canadian songwriter SOCAN Awards, as well as being nominated Best New Artist at the 1986 GRAMMY Awards. Connelly has been part of all GT’s major album releases as well as numerous solo recordings.
For the Record is a two-disc, 44-track greatest hits package released by the American country music band Alabama.
The Capitol Years is a 1998 box set by the American singer Frank Sinatra.
Glass Tiger: Live is Canadian band Glass Tiger's first live album. It was record at The Phoenix Club, Toronto, Ontario, Canada on March 19, 2005. The album is distributed through the band's website and at live shows. Ten of these tracks were released in the US as a CD titled "Extended Versions".
The Complete Studio Recordings is a seven compact disc box set by American rock group the Doors, released by Elektra on November 9, 1999. It contains six of the original nine Doors albums, digitally remastered with 24 bit audio. The album includes previously unreleased tracks that had surfaced on The Doors: Box Set, on disc seven. The albums are placed in chronological order.
Heartaches and Harmonies is a compilation box-set CD by the rock and roll duo The Everly Brothers, released in 1994. It contains 103 songs spanning from a 1951 radio performance of "Don't Let Our Love Die" through 1990. It contains their early Cadence hits and a large representation of their Warner Bros. output. Alternate takes and less-successful singles are also included.
"Don't Forget Me " is a song by Canadian rock band Glass Tiger. It was released in January 1986 as the lead from their debut album, The Thin Red Line. The song reached number-one in Canada and number 2 in the United States. The song features backing vocals by fellow Canadian rock singer Bryan Adams.
"Someday" is a song by Canadian band Glass Tiger. It was released on 1986 as the third single from their debut studio album The Thin Red Line through Capitol Records in Canada and Manhattan Records worldwide. The song was written by members Alan Frew and Al Connelly and by producer Jim Vallance. "Someday" also won a Juno Award in the category Single of the Year.
The Yardbirds Story, originally released as Train Kept A-Rollin' – The Complete Giorgio Gomelsky Productions, is a 90-track CD box set compilation of all of the known Yardbirds recordings from 1963 to 1966, including all of the band's singles and flip-sides, previously unreleased 1963–64 demos, live recordings, and alternate takes. The music is assembled Bear Family Records-style, in chronological recording date order. It contains all of the Eric Clapton Yardbird tracks and everything Jeff Beck contributed to up until Roger the Engineer. It's also augmented by a pair of 1967 live tracks with Jimmy Page in the lineup.
"My Town" is a song by Canadian band Glass Tiger. Released in August 1991 as the fourth single from their third studio album, Simple Mission, Rod Stewart appears as a featured vocalist. Composition inspired by Celtic music, "My Town" was written by Glass Tiger bandmates Alan Frew, Alan Connelly and Wayne Parker, as well as Jim Cregan, who co-wrote two of Stewart's other hits. The song's lyrics are a tribute to Frew's hometown, Coatbridge, Scotland, and Stewart was invited to record the song with Glass Tiger because of his Scottish nationality.
Canadian rock band Glass Tiger has released 3 studio albums, seven compilation albums, two EPs, two live albums, nineteen singles and six promotional singles.
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