Who Do You Think You Are - Sass Jordan - Racine Revisited (CD, Album)

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  1. album. Racine Revisited Sass Jordan. 11 songs (48 minutes) Released on September 15, My Songs; Unlimited; 1. Make You A Believer [Explicit] 2. If You're Gonna Love Me: 3. You Don't Have To Remind Me: 4. Who Do You Think You Are: 5. Windin' Me Up: Listen to your favorite songs from Racine Revisited by.
  2. Racine, an Album by Sass Jordan. Released in (catalog no. IPTD; CD). Genres: Hard Rock, Southern Rock.
  3. Aug 23,  · Her best selling album ‘Racine’ turns 25 so Sass is releasing ‘Racine Revisited’ shortly. nightMair Creative: you have a new album coming out shortly fill us in on that Sass Jordan: I have a ‘new’ old album coming out – it’s a redo of an album that came out in probably before you were born (laughing), but its super.
  4. And much more of Sass's character shines through too. If you know the original, this revisited "Racine" recording will sound at least 85% the same, but there are some differences you'll pick up on. I really loved the original, but what you hear straight away is % more Sass Jordan. With her vocals pushed right out there! Heaps of character/5(47).
  5. Listen free to Sass Jordan – Racine Revisited (Make You A Believer, If You're Gonna Love Me and more). 11 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at biolowabuculgahillatassisute.coinfo
  6. Sep 15,  · Sass Jordan Racine is the second studio album by Canadian rock singer/songwriter Sass Jordan, released on MCA Records 31 March Jordan's "barroom hard rock" style on this album has been 5/5(1).
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Racine Revisited - Sass Jordan on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Racine Revisited - Sass Jordan on AllMusic - Who Do You Think You Are. Sass Jordan. Amazon: 5: Windin' Me Up. Sass Jordan.
  8. Sass Jordan is a British-born Canadian rock singer from Montreal, Quebec. Her first single, "Tell Somebody," from her debut album of the same name won the Juno Award for Most Promising Female Vocalist in Since then, she has been nominated three more times and won the Billboard Best Female Rock Vocalist award.

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