Bankstatement - I'll Be Waiting album FLAC
From a morning TV show in Britain, Tony Banks is featured in the trio Bankstatement, consisting of Banks himself, Allistair Gordon and Jayney Klimek (Alphaville), in a promotional video of "I'll Be Waiting" which appeared on the 1989 album 'Bankstatement'.
Such an awesome track. from the man, the legend Tony Banks
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Album: Bankstatement. Bankstatement: best 2 tracks. Bankstatement - Big Man Bankstatement, 1989 04:16. Bankstatement - I'll Be Waiting Bankstatement, 1989 05:56.
Bankstatement is a studio album by Genesis keyboardist Tony Banks, issued under a band name and released in 1989. The other band members were singers Alistair Gordon and Jayney Klimek. Banks had the idea for Bankstatement after hearing of the success that Mike + The Mechanics were having in both Europe and America. It was Banks' third studio album (his first issued under a band name and fifth album overall). Steve Hillage, of the band Gong, played guitar and co-produced the album with Banks.
So then I'll be waiting I'll be waiting. I'm waiting just for you. To stroke your hair and feel your arms around me. To talk of things we did or we would do. Would be the kind of magic I'd believe in. But there's some things even wizards cannot do. If I had been born bolder I wouldn't need a magic wand. So then I'll be waiting I'll be waiting. But this is tonier and Tony-er than anything my two fellow Americans could ever have produced. Love this song, got the album on CD, the album Still on CD and the Strictly INC album on CD and they are all great.
B. Diamonds Aren't So Hard. I'll Be Waiting (CD, Mini).
With this album, Tony Banks attempted a more mainstream pop sound, and from an artistic standpoint he succeeded, although it certainly wasn't reflected in sales. The vocalists employed here (Alistair Gordon, Jayney Klimek, Banks himself) do an outstanding job blending with fluid, often dark soundscapes.
I'll Be Waiting" is the first single by punk rock band The Offspring released in 1986. A re-recorded version of the song appeared on their self-titled debut album, which was released three years later. It was the band's first official release, and is the only single issued by the band with original drummer James Lilja. Several versions of "I'll Be Waiting" were released. One was released in 1986 as a 7" single, with "Blackball" as the b-side, and was the band's first official release
|A1||I'll Be Waiting (Full Length Version)|
|B1||Diamonds Are So Hard|
|B2||And The Wheels Keep Turning|
|VS 1208||Bankstatement||I'll Be Waiting (7", Single)||Virgin||VS 1208||UK||1989|
|112 779, 112 779-100, VS 1208||Bankstatement||I'll Be Waiting (7", Single)||Virgin, Virgin, Virgin||112 779, 112 779-100, VS 1208||Europe||1989|
|VSCD 1208||Bankstatement||I'll Be Waiting (CD, Mini)||Virgin||VSCD 1208||UK||1989|