Category: Classic Rock

Kiss, Kiss - Tom Jones - Whats New Pussycat? (CD, Album)

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  1. Tom Jones, real name Sir Thomas John Woodward OBE (born 7 June ), is a Welsh singer whose career has spanned five-and-a-half decades since his emergence as a vocalist in the mids, with a string of top hits, regular touring, appearances in Las Vegas (–), and career comebacks. Jones's powerful voice has been described as a "full-throated, robust baritone".
  2. Capitalizing on the popularity of the Albert Finney film Tom Jones (), Mills made the decision to rename Jones. Mills also wrote and scored the first of Jones' many Transatlantic top 10 hits, "It's Not Unusual". By the end of the s, Jones was a top 5 all-time Las Vegas headliner () and was playing sold out venues around the world.
  3. "Kiss" is a song composed, written, and produced by American musician Prince. Released by the Paisley Park label as the lead single from Prince and The Revolution's eighth studio album Parade () on February 5, , it was a No. 1 hit worldwide, holding the top spot of the U.S. Billboard Hot chart for two weeks. The single was certified Gold in for sales of 1 million copies by the Format: 7", 12", CD.
  4. What's New Pussycat? 4. Delilah; 5. Kiss - Art of Noise; 6. She's A Lady; $ on iTunes 7. Mama Told Me (Not To Come) 8. Tom Jones International; $ on iTunes 9. Thunderball; $ on iTunes Baby, It's Cold Outside; Black Betty; $ on iTunes If I Only Knew; $ on iTunes Green, Green Grass Of Home; $ on iTunes
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  6. What's New Pussycat?, an Album by Tom Jones. Released in September on London (catalog no. ; CD).
  7. Kiss, Kiss Lyrics: Never thought I'd fall in love / As easily as this / I never a fire that could start / With just a kiss / I'm in love and I know you're the same / I never knew all these things.
  8. Anyone?--Tom Jones has always had an ear for songs and the hefty voice to apply to them; Prince's "Kiss," with its line about watching Dynasty, was made for Jones. This umpteenth collection of his hits, otherwise concentrating on his '60s and '70s work for the British Decca label, definitively pulls together the Welshman's strong supper-club /5().