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Karel Gott - ...A To Mám Rád / ...And That's What I Like flac album
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Karel Gott - ...A To Mám Rád / ...And That's What I Like flac album

Performer:
Album:
...A To Mám Rád / ...And That's What I Like
Released:
Style:
Ballad, Chanson, Schlager
MP3 archive size:
1388 mb
FLAC archive size:
1598 mb
Other formats:
WAV AIFF ASF DXD XM MMF AA
Rating:
4.4
Votes:
978

Tracklist

Text K Téhle Písni Jsem Psal Já (Ich Bin Der Adler, Du Der Wind)
Dřív Já (Dream On)
Plnoletá (Nun Bist Du Da)
Chceš Dál V Mém Stínu Stát (Was Mich Hält Ist Deine Hand)
Ó Jak Dávno (How Long Ago)
Dívka Závodník (I Don't Wanna Dance)
Věčný Laik (Layman Forever)
Velká Jízda (The Big Ride)
Favorit (Favourite)
Já Slyšel O Ráji (I've Never Been To Me)
Nedokončená (Unfinished)
...A To Mám Rád (...And That's What I Like)

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1113 3236 Karel Gott ...A To Mám Rád / ...And That's What I Like ‎(LP, Album) Supraphon 1113 3236 Czechoslovakia 1983
1113 3236 Karel Gott ...A To Mám Rád / ...And That's What I Like ‎(LP, Album, RP) Supraphon 1113 3236 Czechoslovakia 1984
1113 3236 Karel Gott ...A To Mám Rád / ...And That's What I Like ‎(LP, Album, RP) Supraphon 1113 3236 Czechoslovakia 1985

This album has an average beat per minute of 121 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 60/182 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. a to mám rád. Album starts at 124BPM, ends at 182BPM (+58), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Karel Gott.

3] That year, he released his first album, Karel Gott Sings with Supraphon, followed by an English export album titled The Golden Voice of Prague (Artia-Supraphon). In 1967, Gott performed at Midem, the music industry trade fair in Cannes, France, where the applause was measured during every concert. On 3 May 1977, he was awarded the title of Merited Artist, and in the following year received the Golden Hat of Cologne, awarded annually to a prominent cultural or social figure. After the publication of Charter 77, a document criticising the government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, Gott took part in the anti-charter movement, in support of the government

Mom, Dad, there's something we have to talk about. I've been wanting to tell you this for some time, and I want you to know that while I'm fully aware this might be difficult for you to hear, remember, I am still your son, and I love you very much: Mom, Dad, I'm gay, and so help me God, I am stronger than the both of you, and I won't hesitate to beat you back to the Stone Age if you give me any shit about this. Mom, Dad, there's something we have to talk about. I've been wanting to tell you this for some time, and I want you to know that while I'm fully aware this might be difficult for you to hear, remember, I am still your son, and I love you very much: Mom, Dad, I'm gay, and so help me God, I am stronger than the both of you, and I. won't hesitate to beat you back to the Stone Age if you give me any shit about this. I know this must be tough for you.

That’s What I Like Lyrics

Excuse my lenghty message, but I'd really like to get to the bottom of this ; ) Paivi. Yes, I can see that logically you are absolutely right, but I still find it awkward to leave 'myself' out of the picture )" that would sound odd to my ears, and I would need to say "My work team consists of seven other people and me". Perhaps I'm just naturally illogical! . I've had conversations exactly like you described and most often walked straight into asking "including you?" or the person I'm talking to has corrected it a moment later anyway, like. There's only six people in our office" "Oh, o. "And that was including m.