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    Angie Gallant - Country Songs (Vinyl, LP, Album)


    1. Gulmaran

      That was album is decent to listen to, but not worth keeping. If you want jazz rap look elsewhere, since this is mostly neosoul. For a better album which includes Guru, check Gang Starr Moment Of Truth. For an actual jazz rap album, check A Tribe Called Quest The Low End Theory or The Roots Do You Want More/5(68).
    2. Dilar

      The record combines both melodic vocal songs and moodier, deeper electronica with guest features from (part of Ultraísta alongside Radiohead’s Nigel Godrich), acclaimed US R&B singer Gallant and British producer Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs.
    3. Goshakar

      Nov 08,  · Hot Country Songs; Songwriters & Producers and his debut LP Total is matched in grandeur only by the incredibly theatrical “Run For Me,” with Gallant. The album .
    4. Kagasar

      Aug 06,  · L7 will celebrate the 30th anniversary of Smell the Magic with a reissue out September 18th via Sub Pop. Following their self-titled debut, .
    5. Akinoran

      Vinyl LP pressing features the new stereo album mix, sourced from the original session tapes. Goats Head Soup was released in August by Rolling Stones Records. Goats Head Soup was recorded in Jamaica, the United States and the United Kingdom and mixed in Missing: Angie Gallant.
    6. Zologore

      Oct 25,  · The Very Best of Angie Stone is absolutely marvelous. Not interested in a couple songs that have cursing in it but other than that her writing is just upbeat with an old school vibe to it. Love it/5(71).
    7. Kigalabar

      The long-lost first album from Shoes – recorded at home, and even rawer than any later releases – appearing here on vinyl for the very first time! The group are already pretty amazing at this early point – right on the money, and almost with more of a punkish vibe at points LP, Vinyl record album.
    8. Vuzshura

      Following their acclaimed sophomore album Forever Turned Around, Whitney have returned with Candid, a song collection boasting covers of artists like Kelela, David Byrne, John Denver, Labi Siffre, and have always been an integral part of the band’s ethos, with renditions of classics by Allen Toussaint, Dolly Parton, and Neil Young a highlight of their setlists for half of a.

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