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  1. The so-called “White Album” was innovative; the first LP cover to come out with no picture! It was creativity to the nth degree, man! Without it, AC/DC’s “Back In Black”, for example.
  2. "Dancing the Night Away" is the debut single by English rock band The Motors, released as the lead single from their debut studio album 1. The song was written by bassist/keyboardist Andy McMaster and lead vocalist/guitarist Nick Garvey.. The single was released on 7" within Europe and 12" vinyl in .
  3. Feb 07,  · Rest Your Love On Me By BEE-GEES With Lyrics Maybe you don't know me anymore then I know you And I wouldn't blame you if you walked away I been watchin' you all evenin' with the teardrops in your eyes.
  4. Have You Lost Your Love: B9 – Dottie West: Angel On Paper: B10 – Webb Pierce: I've Loved You Forever: B11 – A. Smith* Bonaparte Retreat: B12 – Dave Dudley: Cowboy Boots: C1 – Johnny Cash: Folsom Prison Blues: C2 – B. Sykes: A Place For Girls: C3 – Carl Story: Light At The River: C4 – Jim Glaser: Boll Weevil: C5 – Hylo Brown /5(2).
  5. About The Love I Lost "The Love I Lost" is a song by American R&B group Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes. Originally written as a ballad by Philly soul songwriters Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, the song was transformed into a disco song and features drummer Earl Young. It was released from the Black & Blue album in late
  6. Jan 27,  · The Love I Lost · Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes The Best Of Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes: If You Don't Know Me By Now (Featuring Teddy Pendergrass) ℗ .
  7. The long wilderness years of Arthur Lee, the mercurial singer-songwriter-commander of the Los Angeles band Love, began with an abandoned LP for Columbia, now resurrected on Love Lost (Sundazed). By then, Lee was four years and several Love lineups away from the dark orchestral magic of 's Forever Changes/5(15).
  8. To begin with, it should be noted that while all of these tracks are previously unissued, some of the songs did emerge in different versions on Lee's solo album Vindicator and the Love long-player Reel to Real, with different versions of yet others appearing on an unreleased (but bootlegged) album done in the early '70s, Black Beauty.
  9. Cassen “Jaime Bonet en el Banquillo” b/w “James” IFI Records (Spain). Soundtrack (4 votes, average: out of 5).

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