More Than Today - The Scene - Good Lovin (Vinyl)

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  1. It is now also out on CD – see netbeschhespburpyla.nogtitamosenzketcomproundfolanwaylant.infoinfo Ron Thums warns: “Most of these cuts have since been made available on CD or vinyl from various legitimately licensed sources. In addition, the CD version of this comp was undoubtedly ‘mastered’ from the already vinyl-sourced LP, . Reply
  2. It may be Sunday, but on this day a year-old musician is working at Columbia Recording Studios. Over the past few days, hes recorded a slew of new songs and today will be no different. On December 7, , Skip Spence will record no less than 8 different songs. . Reply
  3. As one of the most enduring albums in their Atlantic Records catalog, Time Peace: The Rascals Greatest Hits took the fans by storm and soon became a chart topping album, forever associating the title superstars to the Rascals name. Friday Music is pleased to announce for the very first time on audiophile vinyl Time Peace: The Rascals Greatest Hits/5(). Reply
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  6. Oct 18,  · The bottom line is, I love vinyl. I love the tactile nature of the whole experience. I even love my two pennies that keep my record player from skipping. But I wouldn’t say it comes close to sounding better than the digital technology we have today. So how about you? Are you a vinyl collector? Reply
  7. "Hard to Handle" by Otis Redding Lyrics: Baby Here I am I'm the man on the scene I can give you what you want But you got to go home with me I forgot some good old lovin' And I got some in store When I get to throwin' it on you You got to come back for more Boys and things that come by the dozen That ain't nothin' but drug store lovin'. Reply
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