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  1. Yozshukora Reply
    May 20,  · I would give you 20 different responses tomorrow but, l’m your Huckleberry! No particular order 1. Feelin’ the Spirit-Grant Green 2. Full House-Wes Montgomery 3. True Blue-Tina Brooks 4. Head Hunters-Herbie Hancock 5. I Will Say Goodbye-Bill Evans 6. Speak No Evil-Wayne Shorter 7. Voodoo-D’Angelo 8. The Night I Fell in Love-Luther.
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    May 11,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Old Devil Moon · Tommy Flanagan The Magnificent Tommy Flanagan ℗ Progressive Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
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    Jan 30, - Explore Michael Thomas's board "The Days of Wine and Vinyl" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Vinyl, Vinyl records, Nick drake pins.
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    The album ends with the louche ‘Let Them Take Drugs’, ostensibly because all the time they are out of their heads, they are no threat. THE PINK MOON - LET THE DEVIL TAKE TOMORROW (LP from Crispin Glover Records) Featuring members of Sugarfoot, Thrush, Angora Static and the excellently named Tremelo Wankers, The Pink Moon tread a retro.
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    May 02,  · Check out Old Devil Moon (Album Version) by Milt Jackson Orchestra on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on mabzollmyscibajacksesemlodifdaby.coinfo
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    Dec 01,  · My wife's parents, knowing my passion for vinyl, dropped off a collection of vinyl for me with some real gems in it including Beatles, Pink Floyd, Cat Stevens and others. I was delighted to find Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here & Dark Side of The Moon in the collection.
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    Threshold-Dead Reckoning (their strongest album in years) Marduk-Rom (crushing black metal from the punishing Swede's) Porcupine Tree-Fear of a Blank Planet (mixes the old and new sounds quite well) Circus Maximus-Isolate (melodic prog-metal, oh so memorable) Exodus-The Atrocity Exhibition (thrash legends show they still have plenty left).
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    aural exploits edition of brown/blue/black splattered vinyl w/ pink vinyl 7". *various Artists: Killed By Death: Redrum Records: superb 1st LP that started all the kbd madness. white vinyl. *various Artists: Killed By Death #2: Redrum Records: transparent red vinyl. *various Artists: Killed By Death #3: Redrum Records.
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    Indianapolis Vinyl Record Store. Mmmm Leftovers. Posted on April 26, by admin. Hope everyone had an enjoyable Record Store Day this year. We really are grateful to our customers for your support. It was a very exciting and fun day here, blessed with summer-like weather so the bands could play outside and early birds didn’t have to wait.