01 Where Is The Music.mp3 (Size: 44.51 MB) (Files: 13)
01 Where Is The Music.mp3
02 Better Than Ever.mp3
03 Wouldn't It Be Good.mp3
05 Come Dance With Me.mp3
06 This Is Love This Is Real.mp3
07 Ball And Chain.mp3
08 All At Once.mp3
09 Seen The Way You Look At Me.mp3
10 Man Of A Thousand Dreams.mp3
12 WPLJ [Bonus Track].mp3
13 If You Were My Girl [Bonus Demo Track].mp3
If you are a John Lennon fan, a Beatles fan, a Cheap Trick fan ... you will love this album. I listened to it last night for the first time and it is the best thing I have heard in ages.
Duncan Faure - Pronounced Four-Uh 
01. Where Is The Music 2:39
02. Better Than Ever 3:10
03. Come Dance With Me 3:53
04. This is Love, This Is Real 3:32
05. (The Way That) I Like It 3:43
06. Seen The Way You Look At Me 4:09
07. All At Once 4:05
08. Man of A Thousand Dreams 3:41
09. Brother 5:01
10. I've Got Your Number 4:22
11. Brother 3:23
12. Wplj (Bonus Track) 4:22
13. If You Were My Girl (Bonus Demo Track)
Duncan Faure's amazing vocal range, style, depth of emotion, and his songwriting, have been compared to John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and Elton John. (Elton John loves Duncan ).
The South African-born Faure first tasted success as a teenager when his band, Rabbitt (also featuring guitarist Trevor Rabin of the band YES) earned gold and platinum albums, and several Grammy awards.
To this day, they remain South Africa 's all-time biggest pop band.
Duncan was then asked to join another of pop music's most successful bands, The Bay City Rollers, as their lead singer. Duncan 's arrival led to a musical sophistication never before reached by the band, and his contributions to The Rollers provided him with millions of fans around the world . The Rollers' three albums with Duncan are timeless, and still highly sought after by collectors.
Duncan 's single “24 Hours” was on Madonna's “Who's That Girl?” soundtrack, which sold 5 million copies. Duncan went on to release several successful solo albums, all of which received critical acclaim, and significant South African airplay.
Internationally-known for over many years, Duncan moved his family to The States in 2006 where he continues to write, record and perform for his worldwide fans.