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Offline punkinblue9

Listen To My Heartbeat
« on: Sun 09 Aug 2020 13:20:04 »
This song keeps playing in my mind, from time to time but haven't found.  Artist sounds a little like Barry White (kinda gravelly) but don't think it is.  Kinda slow, with a drumbeat flowing through it, like almost tribal (?) and he talks or sings about how much he loves someone.  Would say 80's?  Just vaguely recall him saying/singing "Listen To my Heartbeat" but it's an uphill battle trying to put a tile or name to it.  Have gone through several titles but come up empty.  Just asking.
 

Offline Beergut

Re: Listen To My Heartbeat
« Reply #1 on: Sun 09 Aug 2020 16:51:49 »
Not much to go on there, but a couple of possibilities...

Chris Rea, I can hear your heartbeat, from the Water Sign album.

Gary Moore, Listen to your heartbeat, from the Run for Cover album.


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Offline Rusty

Re: Listen To My Heartbeat
« Reply #2 on: Sun 09 Aug 2020 17:45:55 »
 

Offline punkinblue9

Re: Listen To My Heartbeat
« Reply #3 on: Mon 10 Aug 2020 12:47:20 »
Sorry, none of these.  Too upbeat.  Something about seems "tribal" (maybe drum) and more talking/singing and similar to Barry White.  Have gone through a lot of "Listen To My/Your Heartbeat"s.
 

Offline ozmuze

Re: Listen To My Heartbeat
« Reply #4 on: Mon 10 Aug 2020 17:27:27 »
Perhaps it is this New Yorker, Phillip-Mychal Sampson?

As P.M. Sampson he put out the album - Listen to My Heartbeat (1990) [Columbia CD CK-47939]

Hear previews of it at - https://music.apple.com/au/album/listen-to-my-heartbeat/313721160
Other Refs:
https://www.allmusic.com/album/listen-to-my-heartbeat-mw0000851566/releases
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/p_m__sampson/listen_to_my_heart_beat/
https://www.discogs.com/PM-Sampson-Listen-To-My-Heartbeat/master/101716
https://musicbrainz.org/release-group/7e62d0cc-80c1-40ce-93a7-b225e04b4a60
https://secondhandsongs.com/release/214236

Hope you have some success.

Cheers,
Oz
 

Offline detour

Re: Listen To My Heartbeat
« Reply #5 on: Tue 11 Aug 2020 00:16:26 »
A particular guilty pleasure of mine is Ryuichi Sakamoto's haunting track "Heartbeat" from his 1991 album.

...I see the lines in the palm of its hand now
I listen hard but no words spring to mind
And it sounds so sweet, listen to its heartbeat
And I'm drowning in its sea
Falling at its feet
Listen to my heartbeat baby ...


Tks
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Offline punkinblue9

Re: Listen To My Heartbeat
« Reply #6 on: Tue 11 Aug 2020 09:04:41 »
Thanks for trying!  Appreciate.  Not either one (unfortunately).  Last, by Ryuichi, was interesting and my first thought (drum picture) was "it might be" but singer too mellow (?) and other too upbeat.  Original song seemed "spacey" but I'm not entirely sure what that means!  Thanks!  Think drums signified heartbeat, and voice more like Barry White or Isaac Hayes, but been through their offerings.
 

Offline Rusty

Re: Listen To My Heartbeat
« Reply #7 on: Tue 11 Aug 2020 22:07:53 »
A long shot and not the 80's (2007 in fact): Ray Davies "Morphine Song":

 

Offline punkinblue9

Re: Listen To My Heartbeat
« Reply #8 on: Wed 12 Aug 2020 08:57:40 »
I had not heard that "heartbeat" but sorry to say, not the one.  Thank you, for trying.  Appreciate.
 

Online peterpowerpop

Re: Listen To My Heartbeat
« Reply #9 on: Wed 12 Aug 2020 16:19:13 »
Unfortunately, the only "heartbeat" song I can think of that gets anywhere near to fitting the bill is "Heartbeat" by King Crimson:

 

Offline punkinblue9

Re: Listen To My Heartbeat
« Reply #10 on: Thu 13 Aug 2020 09:31:21 »
Sorry, not the one.  This one is more upbeat and actually sings, whereas the other seemed more like talking.  Seemed like there was a regular drumbeat in the background.  Thanks, anyway.
 

Offline Whalanboy

Re: Listen To My Heartbeat
« Reply #11 on: Thu 14 Jan 2021 01:09:03 »
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Offline punkinblue9

Re: Listen To My Heartbeat
« Reply #12 on: Thu 14 Jan 2021 11:32:52 »
Well, I missed that one, but unfortunately not the one.  Thanks for trying.  Appreciate.  Wish I'd done the classic Wendie Jo Sperber,
(from "I Wanna Hold Your Hand") and at least thrown coins at the public telephone, when first heard but was driving.  LOL!
 

Offline Rusty

Re: Listen To My Heartbeat
« Reply #13 on: Sat 17 Jun 2023 22:40:55 »
I gather it's not this rarity from the 60s.


 

Offline Guy

Re: Listen To My Heartbeat
« Reply #14 on: Sun 18 Jun 2023 00:44:27 »
Try this one out by Chris Rea - raspy voice with a catchy drum beat throughout

"I Can Hear Your Heartbeat"  (not quite a match with the title but pretty close)

Either way, this is a great song -> 
Spoiler: ShowHide
https://disk.yandex.com/d/KNNRVIaurP19aA
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Online peterpowerpop

Re: Listen To My Heartbeat
« Reply #15 on: Sun 18 Jun 2023 00:58:20 »
Try this one out by Chris Rea - raspy voice with a catchy drum beat throughout

"I Can Hear Your Heartbeat"  (not quite a match with the title but pretty close)

Either way, this is a great song -> 
Spoiler: ShowHide
https://disk.yandex.com/d/KNNRVIaurP19aA


 

Offline grado

Re: Listen To My Heartbeat
« Reply #16 on: Sun 18 Jun 2023 20:12:40 »

Maybe Alvin Stardust?

Another few options;

Gary Wright-2002 Best Of The Dream Weaver
14-Gary Wright-Heartbeat.mp3

Humble Pie-1969 Town & Country
08-Humble Pie-Heartbeat

Jimmy Barnes-1985 For The Working Class Man
03-Jimmy Barnes-American Heartbeat

Mother Goose-1984 Lost Songs
05-Mother Goose-Heartbeat

Rabbit-1976 Too Much Rock 'n' Roll
06-Rabbit-Heartbeat

Steely Dan-1972 Can't Buy A Thrill
10-Steely Dan-Turn That Heartbeat Over Again

Steve Miller Band-1968 Carousel Ballroom
01-Steve Miller Band-Can't You Hear Your Daddy's Heartbeat

The Knack-1979 Get the Knack
08-The Knack-Heartbeat

VA Oldies-1997 4KQ Jukebox Saturday Night
06-Herman's Hermits-Can't You Hear My Heartbeat

VA Rock-1977 Long Live The Evolution [Best of JJ]
04-Pantha-Rushcutter Bay Heartbeat Reggae

Van Morrison-1983 Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart
07-Van Morrison-Irish Heartbeat
 

Offline punkinblue9

Re: Listen To My Heartbeat
« Reply #17 on: Sun 29 Oct 2023 13:52:59 »
Thank you, for the input.  Still none-the-wiser.  Few hadn't heard.