℗ 2020 UMG Recordings; An A&M Records Release
 

Brother To Brother

Gino Vannelli

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1.1
Appaloosa
Gino Vannelli
4:44
1.2
The River Must Flow
Gino Vannelli
3:48
1.3
I Just Wanna Stop
Gino Vannelli
3:37
1.4
Love & Emotion
Gino Vannelli
3:49
1.5
Feel Like Flying
Gino Vannelli
5:17
1.6
Brother To Brother
Gino Vannelli
7:16
1.7
Wheels Of Life
Gino Vannelli
4:14
1.8
The Evil Eye
Gino Vannelli
4:14
1.9
People I Belong To
Gino Vannelli
4:01
Total Playing Time    41:00
Brother to Brother is the sixth studio album by Canadian singer Gino Vannelli. Despite its success - the biggest of Vannelli's career - it was also his last for A&M Records. The album was released in 1978 and featured "I Just Wanna Stop", Vannelli's highest-charting single to date in both the US and Canada, where the single reached #4 and #1 respectively. Two other singles were released from the LP, "Wheels of Life" (U.S. #78, Canada #31), and "The River Must Flow" (Canada #80).
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – A&M Studio Masters

Tracks 1-9 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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