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|1||A Criminal Mind||7:22|
|2||A Criminal Mind (Edit)||4:38|
|C4-7061||Gowan||A Criminal Mind (7", Single)||Columbia||C4-7061||Canada||1984|
|A 6265||Gowan||A Criminal Mind (7", Single)||CBS||A 6265||UK||1984|
|38-04927||Gowan||A Criminal Mind (Edit) (7")||Columbia||38-04927||US||1984|
|12CXP-7064||Gowan||A Criminal Mind (12", Single)||Columbia||12CXP-7064||Canada||1984|
|CAS 2079||Gowan||A Criminal Mind (12", Single, Promo)||Columbia||CAS 2079||Canada||1984|
- Bass, Chapman Stick – Tony Levin
- Drums, Percussion, Electronics [Linn], Backing Vocals – Jerry Marotta
- Graphics – Rob MacIntyre
- Guitar – Chris Jarrett, David Rhodes
- Photography By – Art Graham
- Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – David Tickle
- Vocals, Piano, Synthesizer [Fairlight CMI], Synthesizer, Harmonica [Mouth Organ] – Larry Gowan
- Written-By – Larry Gowan
Rear sleeve: © 1985 CBS Records Canada Ltd./℗ 1985 CBS Records Canada Ltd.
Labels: ℗ 1984 CBS Records Canada Ltd.
© 1985 SRO Productions Inc.
- Matrix / Runout: C4-7061-A-1B-2HZ:
- Matrix / Runout: C4-7061-B-1B-2HZ:
- Rights Society: CAPAC-ASCAP
- Manufactured By – CBS Records Canada Ltd.
- Distributed By – CBS Records Canada Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Records Canada Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – CBS Records Canada Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – SRO Productions Inc.
- Published By – Mark-Cain Music
- Pressed By – CBS Records Canada Ltd.
A Criminal Mind is a song by Scottish-born Canadian artist Lawrence Gowan. Released in January 1985 as the lead single from second studio album, Strange Animal, it reached number five in Canada. Gowan refers to it as one of his signature songs. In a 2015 interview with Huffington Post Canada, Gowan stated that his inspiration for the song was a Kingston Penitentiary prison cell exhibit at the Canadian National Exhibition CNE to represent the Canadian penal system. A Criminal Mind Made Famous By Gowan - Toners. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. GOWAN'S Masterpiece You Asked For It, You Got It Born in Glasgow, Scotland, and growing up in Toronto, Canada, Lawrence Gowan earned a degree the video for A Criminal Mind from Gowan's Strange Animal for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Lawrence Gowan is a Canadian musician, born in Glasgow, Scotland on November 22, 1956. Gowan was a solo artist for over fifteen years prior to becoming the keyboardist and vocalist for Styx. His musical style is often classified in the category of progressive rock, as well as singer-songwriter Pop. His career: At the age of nineteen, he earned an ARCT in classical piano performance from the Royal Conservatory of Music, in Toronto. Upon graduation, he enjoyed modest local success with the band Rhinegold in 1976. Gowan - A Criminal Mind. On this page you can download song Gowan - A Criminal Mind in mp3 and listen online. Hard Rock. Strange Animal. Listen to A Criminal Mind by Gowan. Artist: Gowan. Album: Best of Gowan, 2008. Has been played on. Canada 61. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations. A Criminal Mind. Just better. After his 1982 debut album Gowan did not fare well, Gowan found himself naturally gravitating to the Queen Street West music scene that was developing in Toronto in the mid 1980s. This drew the attention of Columbia Records, which would fund his next album. Gowan spent a year writing songs, and also travelled to Scotland and Ireland. to trace his heritage. While there, he received a telephone call from English record producer David Tickle, who said he would produce the album and arranged a recording session. Stream A Criminal Mind by Gowan from desktop or your mobile : A Criminal Mind 1985. Short, Music Video 15 January 1985. Add a Plot . Director: Rob Quartly. Star: Gowan. Added to Watchlist. The empty cell was attended by a single guard, with whom Gowan had a conversation after sitting in the cell alone for awhile. The discussion about recidivist inmates led to the creation of the song