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Dreampath - Casual Silence - Once In A Blue Moon (CD, Album)

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8 thoughts on “ Dreampath - Casual Silence - Once In A Blue Moon (CD, Album)

  1. To get full access to the site e.g. deposit funds, download files you have to create an account. You will get 2 track for free after confirming your account!
  2. Type: Video Release date: Catalog ID: N/A Label: Independent Format: 2CD Reviews: None yet.
  3. It's appropriate that this album was released on the Blue Note label, as it is Van's jazz and swing album. It has one of the best horn sections on any of his albums. It also has one of Van's best organ players, Richard Dunn, shining on many tracks, especially Goldfish Bowl. This album wouldn't have been too out of place in the swing in the 's/5(88).
  4. Oct 28,  · Once upon a time, a trio of teenage jazz prodigies began turning heads in Philadelphia. Hailing from the ‘City of Brotherly Love,’ the all-star unit Pieces Of A Dream stands alongside an impressive lineage of musical wonders who have made Philly proud including Gamble and Huff, Patti Labelle, Grover Washington Jr. Jill Scott and The Roots.
  5. Focused Silence is an experimental music label – we release avant-garde recordings on CD, Cassette and as Downloads. We are accepting Demos so if you want to submit work for consideration please follow the instructions on THIS PAGE to submit a demo.
  6. Oct 13,  · The latest album by Canadian DJ Kid Koala encourages fans to find their inner child with the toy-like creation which folds up to play a special disc coming along with the CD. Scroll down for video.
  7. Album: Мракобесие И Джаз (Deluxe edition) Genre: Rock Casual Silence – Once in a Blue Moon (11) И вновь точное попадание. По душе пришлась пластиночка. Dreampath, Dreamweaver напрашивается и Dreamtheatre. Kayman66
  8. "Blue Moon's real breakthrough into rock & roll took place in New York during February when, at the tail-end of their first recording session, the Marcels, a racially mixed vocal group from Philadelphia (consisting of Cornelius Harp, Richard F. Knauss, Fred Johnson, Gene J. Bricker, and Ron Mundy) were asked by their producer, Stu Phillips.

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