Master Of Crime - Colin James Hay* - Looking For Jack (Cassette, Album)

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  • Jun 02,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Colin Hay - Looking for Jack - 03 Looking for Jack YouTube; Waiting For My Real Life To Begin (Re Master of Crime - Duration: Colin Hay views.
  • Looking for Jack • Album • Colin Hay • Music VF, US & UK hits charts Looking for Jack by Colin Hay Looking for Jack 4. Master of Crime 5. These Are Our Finest Days 6. Nature of the Beast 7. Puerto Rico 8. Ways of the World 9. I Don't Need You Anymore .
  • Everybody’s always looking for Jack In the fire and in the water Everybody’s always looking for Jack In the streets and on the corners I always wanted to be like Jack He’s as cool as they come Yeah, I always wanted to be like Jack Still for me, he’s the one Someday, someday Someday, someday Hear the wind blow through the long grass.
  • The album has a nice mix of styles: the kitchen-sink production of the African-choired opener through to the sparing and beautiful Looking for Jack, basically just Hay and Herbie Hancock. The story of the title song is worth telling: apparently Jack Nicholson wandered up to Colin at a party and told him how much he liked his music/5(10).
  • Colin James Hay Looking For Jack Produced by Robin Millar © CBS/Columbia (Currently out of print) Track List Released Singles Hold Me - Can I Hold You? - Looking For Jack B-Side Non Album Tracks/Versions Home Sweet Home - Nature Of The Beast - Going Somewhere - Hold Me (Extended) Related Videos Hold Me Can.
  • "Looking For Jack", which is one the tracks that got some recognition and still does today in a small way. Good song. Another plus for this album, with that unique Colin Hay style that only huge lovers of MenAtWork would notice, when it comes to his personal contribution. "Master Of Crime" is real good. Good example of how self sufficient this /5(18).
  • Looking for Jack () as Colin James Hay Hold Me, Can I Hold You?, Looking for Jack, Master of Crime, These Are Our Finest Days, Puerto Rico, Ways of the World, I Don't Need You Anymore, Circles Erratica, Fisherman's Friend.

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