12 inch Vinyl Single.
The Heat Is On is the thirteenth studio album by American soul and funk group The Isley Brothers, released June 7, 1975 on T-Neck Records and Epic Records.
The album ends with Malin crooning about regret and loss on the organ-propelled ballad God’s Lonely People, bringing the collection home in poignant fashion. The Heat Jesse Malin. Jesse Malin delivers more alt-rock dramatics on his second album. The songs are a mixed bag of emotions-heartbreak and hope, love and fear. Silver Manhattan has a grunge-inspired guitar dragging underneath Malin’s moans, while Hotel Columbia is a more up-tempo pop-rock jam, guitars and piano weaving together throughout a speedy romp. The album ends with Malin crooning about regret and loss on the organ-propelled ballad God’s Lonely People, bringing the collection home in poignant fashion.
The Elusive Light And Sound, Vol. 1 is a 2002 compilation album by Steve Vai. The album collects many of the songs that Vai recorded for movies and television shows. The album is Volume 1 in "The Secret Jewel Box". 1. "Celluloid Heroes" (Ray Davies) - (The Kinks' Cover). Written for "Interview With A Vampire" (1994) (rejected from inclusion in the films' score). From or inspired by the movie "Crossroads" (1986), with Ralph Macchio and Joe Seneca.
Title: Bringing the Heat (31 Jul 2013).