9 Reply to “ Oh Boy! - Mescaline Drive - Deep Morning Glow (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Vinyl LP Label UMC. While already regarded as one of the seminal Detroit groups of the era, The Isley Brothers’ ‘This Old Heart Of Mine’ was their fourth studio album and their first for the legendary Motown label. The majority of its tracks were written and produced by the unstoppable Holland-Dozier-Holland production team and the title.
  2. Oh what a lonely boy Oh what a lonely boy In the summer of '53 his mother Brought him a sister And she told him we must attend to her needs She's so much younger than you Well he ran down the hall and he cried Oh how could his parents have lied When they said he was an only son He thought he was the only one Oh what a lonely boy Oh what a.
  3. A good deep house track has the ability to fully envelop its listener and a minute into Moodymann's debut album 'Silentintroduction', we're positively drowning in the best the genre has to offer. Released in on Planet E, the album is anything but a silent introduction, instantly throwing the listener into a world of murky keys, lo-fi.
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  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Rock-A-Billy Boy on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - C • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • /5(3).
  6. side a & b: from 1st album 『deep morning glow』 side c-1~3: from cassette tape 『liar liar』 side c-4~6: from flexi disc 『oh! boy』 side d-1~3: from compilation album 『west psychedelia』 side d from compilation album 『dangerous rumors』 licensed by victor entertainment3/5(1).
  7. Aug 10,  · Deep Morning Glow, an Album by Mescaline Drive. Released in on Alchemy (catalog no. ARLP; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Rock/5(2).
  8. 'We Got Our Own Thang' is a good song and rapper Heavy D. is rapping so fast I couldn't keep up with him! The song had a good beat with a lot of mixing and scratching/good party song to dance to; 'You Ain't Heard Nuttin' Yet' is a smooth song and Heavy D. sampled singer James Brown and Jazz musician Grover Washington, Jr. (once again, Heavy D. was rapping fast!); 'Somebody For Me' is a great /5(54).
  9. Disko Boy Lyrics: I go to a club on the saturday nights / I order a vodka to make me feel right / The place is packed / Dancing couples everywhere / I take a seat in the corner and stare / Suddenly.

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