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Mercy Mercy / I Want You - Robert Palmer - Dont Explain (Vinyl, LP, Album)

On 01.09.2019 by Maugis With 1 Comments - DEFAULT


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    Bashicage 04.09.2019
    A good part of the cuts after this are produced by Teo Macero and again the results are very compelling. "Happiness" takes a very contemporary variant on Marvin Gaye styled 70's Motown which is revisited later in the album with a medley of "Mercy Mercy Me/I Want You",which of course Palmer .
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    Daisida 05.09.2019
    rows · Watch the video for Mercy Mercy Me/I Want You from Robert Palmer's Heavy Nova + .
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    Arashijin 08.09.2019
    Feb 19,  · Robert Palmer ‎– Mercy Mercy Me / I Want You Sello: EMI ‎– 12EM Formato: Vinyl, 12" País: UK Fecha: Género: Electronic Estilo: Synth-pop Follow us.
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    Bajar 04.09.2019
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Don't Explain on Discogs. Label: EMI - 1 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz, Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock, Easy Listening/5(31).
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    Vudolkis 08.09.2019
    reissues. On 24 January Culture Factory an independent label reissued Some People Do What They Like, Double Fun, Secrets and Pride in a miniature replica of the original vinyl packaging and with remastered sound. The reissues also had miniature "obi's" and the label on the CD is .
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    Fenrisida 08.09.2019
    But I want you to want me too Said I want you to love me Just like I want you Oh, I'll give you all the love You want in return sweet darlin' Your happiness is all I crave Ooh, it's too bad - it's just too sad You don't want me now But I'm gonna change Your mind someway, somehow, baby I want you The right way I want you But I want you to want.
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    Mikashakar 06.09.2019
    Mercy Mercy Me/I Want You Lyrics: Oh, mercy, mercy me / Oh, things ain't what they used to be / No, no, where did all the blue skies go? / Poison is the wind that blows / From the north, West.
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    Faekinos 07.09.2019
    Universal Netherlands’ excellent three-CD set, Robert Palmer Collected is being put out as a double vinyl set by Music On Vinyl in November. Obviously, this two-LP edition has to boil down the 56 tracks on the triple-CD set dramatically (to 27) but there’s still space for it to go a little off-piste towards the end of the second LP by including Vinegar Joe‘s Never Met A Dog and The Power.

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