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Where Could My Heart Be - Andy Rucker - Andy (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Steve Arrington – Dancin´ In The Key Of Life () – Lp. posted by vinyl facts. Dancin’ in the Key of Life is the debut solo studio album (not including two albums released earlier in the decade with Steve Arrington’s Hall of Fame) by American R&B/soul singer Steve Arrington.. Stephen Ralph “Steve” Arrington (born March 5, ) is an American singer, songwriter, drummer, record.
  2. A landmark effort from the Legendary Roots Crew – one that a lot of folks hail as their greatest album – and there's a strong case to be made for that! Jazzy soul backdrops and lyrics that both personally and culturally reflective – and it's also the best produced Roots album to this point, with an unpredictable, yet perfect flow from track to track.
  3. Syreeta Your Kiss Is Sweet / How Many Days: Rated: Stevie having fun with pop-reggae, lightly handled by a confident Syreeta. The construction is simple, almost a playground chant he would pick up on again in her succeeding "Harmour Love" and his own "Ebony Eyes" on "Songs In The Key Of Life", while the lyric perhaps betrays his sweet tooth and thus anticipated "Do I Do" a few years later.
  4. We agree: it just sounds better on vinyl. Build or expand your collection with popular pre-orders, new releases, and best-selling vinyl. Explore our selection of records by price point, by genre & more.
  5. ON CLEAR VINYL The Newcastle Five could have made a monkey out of any of the so-called rock experts. The band didn't come from Newcastle, the English city best known as hometown of British Invasion stalwarts the Animals. Their sound was strictly folk-rock, heavily influenced by the Rickenbacker string jangle of the Byrds.
  6. the allergies new single is 2 much! literally. between mc andy cooper s opening count in, to the memorable end credit shout outs, their latest feel-good hip-hopper crams in more breaks, more funk, and more raps, into a single than the group has ever dared before. built around an earworm double bass lick and some neck-snapping drums, the track.
  7. Double LP on clear vinyl!!If you were going to envision the ultimate avant-garde meeting-of-the-minds jam session, who would you pick? Even the most hopeful fan of strange and innovative music couldn't have seen this one coming: on one afternoon in , at Coney Island's dilapidated freak show, space-age avant-jazz genius Sun Ra met avant-garde "serious music" composer John Cage in an.
  8. The jazz tones here are mighty nice – on a record that sparkles with some of Buddy DeFranco's best music ever! As with other Verve dates from the time, this DeFranco outing's got a rhythmic pulse that really gets things going – a sense of swing that's nice and lean, but quite powerful too – pushing Buddy past any clic hed clarinet modes of the 50s, into a realm that really unlocks new.

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