Jesus In You And Me - Robert Blair & The Fantastic Violinaires* - Here I Am Again Lord (Vinyl, LP)

8 thoughts on “ Jesus In You And Me - Robert Blair & The Fantastic Violinaires* - Here I Am Again Lord (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Talmaran says:
    GLENDA LOVETT reece-rawson —nobody wants me/you treat me like a baby m- 21 ballad/fast Rocker-r&r Gu. break. FRANK LUCAS mhr —nice and easy/janitor of love m- *ol 7 midt souls, Manship lists “75” JOHN LUCIEN zemaja —tell me you love me/how ‘bout tonight m- wol 5 ms ballad/midt funk-soul.
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  3. Kigalkree says:
    Artist Release Name compcumcycarraraswitaglicounroumer.infoinfo Label Format Year Country; The Violinaires: The Fantastic Violinaires: LPS Checker: LP, Album, Stereo, US: The Violinaires.
  4. JoJogrel says:
    Loc: if you wanna have a personal converstion with me send a PM or call me i'll fucking make sandwiches out of your ass 1 - discuss it like you mean it # - 10/23/05 AM.
  5. Tahn says:
    With a Faces 5-disc boxset, You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything hitting the shops I'm here to quiz him about the transition from the swinging Small Faces to the swaying Faces. By mid the Small Faces had long broken from the strict stuffiness of Decca and were settled into the more liberating environment of Immediate Records and.
  6. Akira says:
    Among the 61 historic recordings on these three discs are recordings of many of the finest traditional singers including Bob & Ron Copper.
  7. Kagajas says:
    "Albert Ammons (September 23, – December 2, ) was an American pianist and player of boogie-woogie, a bluesy jazz style popular from the late s into the mids. Born Albert C. Ammons in Chicago, Illinois, his parents were pianists, and he had learned to play by the age of ten.
  8. Gardakazahn says:
    Francis Hillman "Scrapper" Blackwell (February 21, – October 7, was an American blues guitarist and singer; best known as half of the guitar-piano duo he formed with Leroy Carr in the late s and early s, he was an acoustic single-note picker in the Chicago blues and Piedmont blues style, with some critics noting that he veered towards jazz.

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