1. Love Progression - (William Fielder) b. a Love Progression - (William Fielder) Prescription LP 12": — Love Progression () c. inc What's New - (Bob Haggart, Johnny Burke) d. alt What's New - (Bob Haggart, Johnny Burke) e. a What's New - (Bob Haggart, Johnny Burke) Prescription LP 12": — Love Progression.
  2. Explore releases from the Prescription Records (2) label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Prescription Records (2) releases.
  3. My Vinyl 12 Record LP Collection you pick you buy combine shipping My Vinyl 12 - $ Vinyl Record 12 My combine shipping LP buy pick you Collection you you Collection you Vinyl LP buy shipping Record pick My 12 combine. Miklos Rozsa: String Quartets and Rhapsody Miklos Rozsa: String - $Missing: William Fielder.
  4. This particular vinyl LP album is produced by MusicOnVinyl in the Netherlands, audiophile quality on a gm pressing. The quality is stunning - no needle noise at all and a truly authentic reproduction of the original with that wonderful analogue warmth that only vinyl can provide/5().
  5. 14 Love Poems [VINYL] (Cien Fuegos) Reissuing German saxophonist Peter Brötzmann's solo album on the FMP label, inspired by a poetry booklet by Kenneth Patchen of the same name, a little known poet whose booklet Brötzmann carried with him around the time of this recording, evoking passionate and emotional playing on alto saxophone, tenor.
  6. Where Did Our Love Go, an Album by The Supremes. Released 31 August on Motown (catalog no. MS; Vinyl LP). Genres: Girl Group, Motown Sound, Pop Soul. Featured peformers: Diana Ross (lead vocals, aka_text {background vocals} role_id aka_text), Mary Wilson (lead vocals, aka_text {background vocals} role_id aka_text), Florence Ballard (lead vocals, aka_text {background .
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  8. It has just got so under my skin with its subtle musicality and Justin Vernon's natural progression from his hugely well-received debut album "for Emma, Forever Ago" - a great album too. But this album (the "difficult 2nd album") after such a cult success, is a natural progression of the searingly honest and painful emotions that made "For Emma /5().
  9. The hits kept on coming from heroic Dallas fivesome The Five Americans with their third longplayer, ’s Progressions. Both “Zip Code” and “Evol-Not Love” careened up the charts as The Five Americans squared off on live stages throughout the Deep South with artists such as the Doors and Jefferson Airplane – and more than held their own against the best American rock ‘n’ roll.

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