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  • Samusida
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    Conducted and arranged by Quincy Jones in , Sinatra At The Sands reached the top ten on the Billboard chart. This is Frank Sinatra's first commercially released concert album. Celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, the album will be reissued on 2LPs, on g vinyl/5().
  • JoJohn
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of This Is Your Night on Discogs. Label: Malaco Records - MALACO ,Malaco Records - MAL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Soul.
  • Goltijind
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    A vibes and organ delight – a rare early set from Johnny Hammond Smith, and a date that features a key appearance from vibist Lem Winchester! Winchester only cut a handful of dates before shuffling off this mortal coil far too soon – and he's a hell of a player, with a richly chromatic tone that works beautifully next to Smith's organ lines – a pairing that's quite different.
  • Arashitilar
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    Vinyl; Label: ASYLUM; ASIN: BK6VS; Customer Reviews: out of 5 stars 8 customer ratings; Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in Country (CDs & Vinyl)5/5(8).
  • Felkree
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    (Vinyl) A1: The Mole: A2: You Made Me Love You: A3: I've Heard That Song Before: A4: Trumpet Blues: A5: Cherry: A6: I'm Beginning To See The Light: B1: Sleepy Lagoon: See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on the release.
  • Shakaran
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    (Vinyl) A1: Baubles, Bangles And Beads: A2: Blue Bolero: A3: Moonglow: A4: Bugsy: A5: Romance On The North Sea: A6: Starglow: B1: A Walk In The Black Forrest: See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on the release. Sounds Orchestral Discography Price Guide Recently.
  • Tautilar
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    1 day ago · The Four Aces - Mood for Love - vinyl record Decca ‎– DL Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono Country: US Released: Genre: Pop Style: Vocal Track List: Im In The Mood For Love Written-By – J. McHugh-D. Fields* A2 What A Diffrence A .
  • Dall
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    Hank Crawford comes across here as much as a soul star as a jazz musician – as he sings on half the album's tracks, and delivers his trademark alto solos throughout! The album's got a similar vibe to some of Crawford 's other CTI/ Kudu material of the 70s – but the presence of vocals also brings about something new – especially as Hank 's singing nice has a vibe that's maybe more raspy.
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