All Songs Foreigner

MishaGoDev

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Enjoy your life with the best music player in Google Play Store, with huge collections, low space, and free! Listen your favourite musics anywhere, anytime with this simple and easy-to-use app.

All Albums included:
Enjoy your life with the best music player in Google Play Store, with huge collections, low space, and free! Listen your favourite musics anywhere, anytime with this simple and easy-to-use app.

All Albums included:
Enjoy your life with the best music player in Google Play Store, with huge collections, low space, and free! Listen your favourite musics anywhere, anytime with this simple and easy-to-use app.

All Albums included:
1977 – Foreigner
1978 – Double Vision
1979 – Head Games
1981 – 4
1984 – Agent Provocateur
1987 – Inside Information
1991 – Unusual Heat
1994 – Mr. Moonlight
2008 – No End In Sight (The Very Best Of Foreigner)
2009 – Can’t Slow Down

Foreigner is an English-American rock band, originally formed in New York City in 1976 by veteran English musician Mick Jones and fellow Briton and ex-King Crimson member Ian McDonald along with American vocalist Lou Gramm.

Jones came up with the band’s name as he, McDonald and Dennis Elliott were British, while Gramm, Al Greenwood and Ed Gagliardi were American. Their biggest hit single, “I Want to Know What Love Is”, topped the United Kingdom and United States charts among others. They are one of the world’s best-selling bands of all time with worldwide sales of more than 80 million records, including 37.5 million records in the US.

Beginnings and peak
Since its inception, Foreigner has been led by English musician Mick Jones (former member of Nero and the Gladiators, Johnny Hallyday’s band, Spooky Tooth and The Leslie West Band). After the collapse of the Leslie West Band in 1976, Jones found himself stranded in New York City; West’s manager, Bud Prager, encouraged Jones to continue his songwriting and rehearse a band of his own in some space Prager had near his New York office.

Jones got together with New York keyboardist Al Greenwood (who had just played with former Flash members Colin Carter and Mike Hough in a group called Storm), drummer Stan Williams and Louisiana bassist Jay Davis (later with Rod Stewart) and began jamming. Another friend, Stories singer Ian Lloyd, was brought in to sing but Jones decided the chemistry was not quite right and retained only Greenwood as he renewed his search for players. During a session for Ian Lloyd’s album, Jones met up with transplanted Englishman and ex-King Crimson member Ian McDonald and another session for Ian Hunter unearthed another fellow Brit in drummer Dennis Elliott. But after auditioning about forty or fifty singers, the right vocalist was becoming harder to come by until Jones dragged out an old Black Sheep album given to him backstage at a Spooky Tooth concert a few years prior by that group’s lead singer, Lou Gramm. Jones put in a call to Gramm, who was back in his hometown of Rochester, New York after Black Sheep’s break-up, and sent him a plane ticket to New York City. Gramm proved to be the missing piece of the puzzle and Brooklyn, New York bassist Ed Gagliardi completed the new sextet.

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