A Farewell To Berlin B Ladder Of The Moon. Producer, Written-By – Phil Pickett. From The BBC TV Series 'The Hot Shoe Show'. Related Music albums to Farewell to Berlin, Theme From The BBC TV Series 'The Hot Shoe Show' by Phil Pickett. 1. The Goons - The Last Goon Show Of All. 2. Wilson Pickett - The Wicked Pickett
Performer: Phil Pickett. Album Title: Farewell To Berlin. Related albums to Phil Pickett - Farewell To Berlin. Ship's Company And Royal Marine Band Of . Ark Royal - The Last Farewel. Roy Hudd - Standing Outside The Palace. Wilson Pickett - The Sound Of Wilson Pickett. Wilson Pickett - The Very Best Of Wilson Pickett. Wilson Pickett - Wilson Pickett's Greatest Hits. Steve Pickett & The Post-Nuclear Orchestra - Hello It's 1984. Vanderson - The Farewell. Berlin - Universal City 1983
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Album: From Paris to Berlin. Genre: Pop. Released: 2004. Tracklist: 01 – From Paris To Berlin 02 – Hey Hello! 03 – Self Control 04 – Ten Miles 05 – I Won’t Be Crying 06 – Fairytale 07 – A To The B 08 – Peace Inside 09 – Ultimate Control 10 – Dressed In Blue 11 – Keen On Disco 12 – Deeper Still 13 – This Little Secret 14 – i Won’t Be Crying (Beatfreakz Club Mix) 15 – Self Control (Soul Seekerz Remix) 16 – Ten Miles (N-Joy remix).
Philip Stuart "Phil" Pickett is a double Ivor Novello Award-winning English composer, musician, vocal arranger, producer and artist manager. He is principally known as a songwriter and musician and for co-writing and recording Karma Chameleon one of the biggest hits of the 1980s era with Boy George and Culture Club during his tenure as keyboard player and backing vocalist for the group on every live performance throughout the world during the 1980s
In July 2015 Phil Pickett was invited to join the elite songwriting fraternity - The Society Of Distinguished Songwriters or ". D's" as they are commonly known in the business. Alongside such luminaries as Sir Tim Rice, Justin Hayward, Mike Batt, Gary Barlow and Björn Ulvaeus. Various Germanic tribes have inhabited the northern parts of modern Germany since classical antiquity, a region named Germania was documented before 100 AD.