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Save Some Love - Keedy - Chase The Clouds (CD, Album)

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  1. Mar 08,  · Canción número 8 del álbum "Chase the clouds" Canción número 8 del álbum "Chase the clouds" Skip navigation Sign in. Keedy - Save Some Love (Single Version) HQ - Duration:
  2. "Wishing on the Same Star" is a song originally recorded by American singer Keedy in It was written by Diane Warren and appears on the album Chase the atlabolturendiamanfiesiorydisfpret.co was released as the second single off the album, following her top 20 hit "Save Some Love".It became her second and last Billboard Hot entry, peaking at #
  3. Dec 22,  · Produced by Greg Gerard and Michael Jay ( Arista, USA) Amateur video edited by MB (, Italy).
  4. Keedy - Chase The Clouds () To be fair to Keedy, she did indeed have a top 20 hit with "Save Some Love", a brilliant rollicking pop song, so perhaps she seems out of place here. But her follow-up single "Wishing On The Same Star" (which Myra remade on her album also posted here, and was many years later one of J-Pop star Namie Amuro's biggest hits and a semi-hit for Australian group Girlfriend .
  5. Born Kelly Ann Keedy in Abilene, Texas, Keedy grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her debut album, Chase the Clouds, was released in to good reviews. The first single, "Save Some Love", became a top 20 hit, peaking at #15 on the Billboard Hot chart.
  6. Jul 18,  · Keedy (born on July 26, ) is an American freestyle singer–songwriter best known for the Billboard Hot top 20 hit, "Save Some Love". It was included on her only studio album. Born Kelly Ann Keedy in Abilene, Texas, Keedy grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her debut album, Chase the Clouds, was released in to good reviews.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Chase The Clouds on Discogs/5(2).
  8. "Chase The Clouds" remains Keedy's only album, but what an album it is! This is a perfect pop album in every sense of the word, with the right balance of ballads, and frothy radio-friendly hits. The lead single, "Save Some Love" was actually a US Top 20 Hit - of course not one person you meet today will remember the song, but its a fine slice of that era.

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