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Red Dress - Andrew Ridgeley - Son Of Albert (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Son of Albert, an Album by Andrew Ridgeley. Released in on Columbia (catalog no. CK ; CD). Genres: Pop Rock, Hard Rock.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Andrew Ridgeley - Son Of Albert at Discogs. Complete your Andrew Ridgeley collection/5(51).
  3. Some of the stand out tunes on the album would be: "Red Dress", the Latin influenced "Mexico" and the bluesy "Baby Jane". That last tune has great harmonica that just pulls you right in. Reflecting a bit of the Wham! fondness for the music of the 's (like in "Edge of Heaven"), Ridgeley does a nice job with the Everly Brothers "Price of Love"/5(38).
  4. May 08,  · Some of the stand out tunes on the album would be: "Red Dress", the Latin influenced "Mexico" and the bluesy "Baby Jane". That last tune has great harmonica that just pulls you right in. Reflecting a bit of the Wham! fondness for the music of the 's (like in "Edge of Heaven"), Ridgeley does a nice job with the Everly Brothers "Price of Love".
  5. The first reissue for Andrew Ridgeley’s debut album ‘Son Of Albert’ that was originally released in , four years after the break-up of Wham!. This Special Expanded Edition includes the nine original album tracks from the vinyl release plus 7 related bonus tracks.
  6. Sep 02,  · Andrew Ridgeley: ‘Red Dress’ Year: ; Album: Son Of Albert / Andrew Ridgeley; Where Performed: n/a; Notes: George lend his vocals in his former Wham! partner Andrew Ridgeley’s debut and only solo album.
  7. Andrew Ridgeley (born Andrew John Ridgeley, 26 January , in Windlesham, Surrey), is an English pop singer, guitarist and environmentalist. He came to public attention as a member (with George Michael) of the s pop music duo Wham! Andrew just made one solo album called: Son Of Albert, CBS Records passed up the option of a second album.
  8. May 25,  · Published on May 25, "Red Dress" is the second single released from Andrew Ridgeley's solo album Son Of Albert. This is the only track on the album to feature George Michael on backing vocals.

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