Category: Classical

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  1. Rare? refers to the availability of vinyl records by the artists. During the s to s, in the United States, a new genre of music developed that sang of love, parties, and fun; it produced key anthems such as?Respect? and led to the development of later genres like nu jazz and funk. Who are some famous soul artists from the vinyl era?
  2. View Artist Info In groups: Select group Rhubarb Red & His Rubes Sarofeen & Smoke The Cosmic Rays Juanita Rogers With Mr. V's Five Joys The Qualities The Nu Sounds Home.
  3. Jan 24,  · Vinyl LP CDN $ In Stock George Harrison Wonderwall Music Vinyl LP CDN $ In Stock George Harrison Electronic Sound Vinyl LP CDN $ In Stock George Harrison All Things Must Pass (3LP) Vinyl LP CDN $ In Stock George Harrison Living In The Material World Vinyl LP CDN $ In Stock George Harrison Dark Horse Vinyl LP CDN $
  4. Aug 01,  · Song Dear One; Artist The Scarlets; Album Doo Wop Love Songs: Hits & Rarities; Licensed to YouTube by [Merlin] Redeye Distribution (on behalf of Record Town); Audiam (Publishing), BMI - Broadcast.
  5. 4. The top notes - hearts of stone 5. The top notes - the basic things 6. billy storm - when you dance 7. billy storm - dear one 8. ruth brown - anyone but you 9. the castle kings - you can get him frankenstein the castle kings - loch lomond billy storm - honey love billy storm - a kiss from your lips the top notes - always late/5(27).
  6. This is a great album of well chosen cover versions; some 50's country classics and a few full on rockers. Why it works is that Gordon has a rich, powerful voice that respects the material and delivers it with accomplished style; and that he's backed by a phenomenal band of musicians who treat the songs with real care and the right period feel/5(13).
  7. All 3 were massive hits during the brilliant U.S. Rock N' Roll Era. In The Sensations "Let Me In" cracked the Top 10; it's featured here and in a great Doo-Wop ballad by The Pastels "Been So Long" was a hit. I enjoyed some lesser known tracks too by The Fairlanes "Little Girl, Little Girl" and Lou Josie "Breezin' Out (rockabilly)/5(27).

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