|Studio album Timeless 可啦思刻by|
|Released||August 11, 2009|
|Label||Warner Music Hong Kong|
|Khalil Fong chronology|
Timeless is Hong Kong Mandopop artist Khalil Fong's cover album. It was released on August 11, 2009.
In Timeless, Khalil selected 10 classic songs to cover, including Stevie Wonder’s “You Are The Sunshine Of My Life”, Glenn Medeiros’s Nothing's Gonna Change My Love for You, Michael Jackson’s Bad, Ray Charles’s Georgia on My Mind and Eric Clapton’s Wonderful Tonight. Apart from English songs, he covered the Mandarin classics like Faye Wong’s Red Bean and A-mei’s Remember. He also recorded and released his first Cantonese song, Kuang Chao (Violent Tides) (originally sung by Susanna Kwan).
|01||You Are The Sunshine Of My Life (featuring黃韻玲)||Stevie Wonder||3:03|
|02||Nothing's Gonna Change My Love For You||Glenn Medeiros||3:29|
|04||Kuang Chao (狂潮)||Susanna Kwan|
|05||La Bamba||Ritchie Valens||5:02|
|06||Red Bean (紅豆)||Faye Wong||3:56|
|07||Georgia On My Mind||Ray Charles||3:45|
|09||Wonderful Tonight||Eric Clapton||3:44|
|10||Moon River||Johnny Mercer||3:05|
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