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Wondering - ML (8) - Leaving (SACD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Wondering - ML (8) - Leaving (SACD, Album)

  1. Gomi
    I rolled my first car, a Bronco II, while disengage the simulator played. There’s a gap in my memory between the roll and me pacing up and down the road, holding my hand together, that was split open, but there’s one second, while my car was on two wheels and CKY was blaring and me thinking ‘oh fuck’ that I will never, ever forget.
  2. Vudojin
    Refractions, an Album by Lowrider. Released 21 February on Blues Funeral. Genres: Stoner Rock, Heavy Psych.
  3. Mezikazahn
    Mastered on Mobile Fidelity's world-renowned mastering system and strictly limited to 2, copies, Mobile Fidelity's hybrid SACD of From the Mars Hotel comes on as both an audiophile delight and Deadhead's dream. Vastly improving upon the long-out-of-print MoFi version that currently commands upwards of hundreds of dollars on the.
  4. Nibei
    A statement of purpose, not just a debut album. CNN's recent documentary about the band explains the group's determination to be artistically strong, and this album's mix of rock-jazz fusion, a standout cover ("I'm a Man" that really outdoes even the Spencer Davis Group original -- in my initial review of this album I wrote Traffic recorded the original see comments below!/5().
  5. Mazukinos
    7. Thelonius [Stevie Wonder cover] 8. Freeway Jam [Max Middleton song] 9. Diamond Dust [Bernie Holland song] Tracks 1 to 9 are the album "Blow By Blow" – released March in the UK on Epic Records EPC and April in the USA on Epic PE (peaked at No. 4 in the USA LP charts – no UK chart position)/5().
  6. Daikazahn
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Santana - Abraxas at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Santana collection.
  7. Mobar
    Anyways, the second Bad Yodelers album is full of the crunchy riffs, somber melodies, and melancholy vocals that made their first one (I Wonder) such an absolute masterpiece. Now when I say cruncy riffs, I mean that the Yodelers manage a consistent crunch that I've really only heard in Metallica tracks like "For Whom the Bell Tolls" (although.

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