Love and the Russian Winter ()


Simply Red entered a holding pattern after 1991's Stars, turning out two records in a row that essentially replicated its charms, only with diminishing returns. Mick Hucknall must have realized he was stagnating, since 1999's Love and the Russian Winter is the first time since Stars that he's shaken up his sound. It's still recognizably Simply Red, as it trades in '70s soul and jazz-pop influences, but there are a number of reasonably contemporary influences added into the mix. As it turns out, these influences are largely ...

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  1. The Spirit of Life
  2. Ain't That a Lot of Love
  3. Your Eyes
  4. The Sky Is a Gypsy
  5. Back into the Universe
  6. Words for Girlfriends
  7. Thank You
  8. Man Made the Gun
  9. Close to You
  10. More Than a Dream
  11. Wave the Old World Goodbye
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Love and the Russian Winter
2008, Eastwest

UPC: 639842994224


Love and the Russian Winter
1999, EastWest

UPC: 075596248129


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