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If You Hadnt But You Did - Various - They Stopped The Show (Vinyl, LP, Album)

On 26.08.2019 by Goltijora With 1 Comments - DEFAULT

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    Maurg 03.09.2019
    Did He Really Say What You Think He Said? Stop worrying that Bob Dylan was clairvoyant, and that the apocalypse is headed our way. His song is not a foreboding message of doom. When his words are examined with a more judicial eye one can see clearly that he is drawing us in to a place where we rarely travel, the world of critical thinking.
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    Samujora 27.08.2019
    Was (Not Was) is good post-disco, with the only problem being that it's not post enough, i.e. it's a bit restrained, it's not far-out enough. For example, "Out Come The Freaks" is straight disco-funk, complete with saxophones and female backing vocals. "Where Did Your Heart Go" is a lush disco ballad (Gloria Gaynor would sell her soul to sing this), whereas "Go Now" is hi-tech rhythm 'n' blues.
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    Nikokinos 28.08.2019
    Presenting the finest analog music for your listening enjoyment: 45s, LPs, 78s, and cassette tapes. Stay tuned, there is more to come!
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    Zuzilkree 28.08.2019
    Nov 22,  · New Year's Medley: Auld Lang Salsoul/I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover/Alabama Jubilee - Duration: The Salsoul Orchestra - Topic 8, views.
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    Faukinos 27.08.2019
    Apr 12,  · Vinyl record albums are no longer produced in the quantities they once were, having been replaced by magnetic then digital media. However, the original issues are now collector's items. It is important for collectors to identify the edition of a vinyl record album to assess the value. By comparing information and.
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    Majinn 01.09.2019
    Although, if you got caught torrenting an album, I think they would try to argue that the mp3 is different from the record because of the way the audio is mastered on the two mediums. For example, the mastering on an original pressing of Sgt. Pepper would technically have different audio from the version you could download off of iTunes.
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    Nelmaran 28.08.2019
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Was (Not Was) on Discogs/5(39).
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    Mogis 29.08.2019
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Santa Maria Press Vinyl release of I Didn't Know They Still Made Records Like This on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - PRO • Series: Loss Leaders • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Promo, Stereo Santa Maria Press • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Reggae, Pop, Classical, Folk.
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    Shakakora 04.09.2019
    There is nothing quite like the musicianship of this band. They are all legends in their own right. If you, like me, prefer to buy albums in vinyl that you know will stand the test of time and be something you would want to listen to 20 or 30 years down the road, This is one to put in your collection/5().

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