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8 thoughts on “ Ballad For Bonnie - Scheer Music - Rappin It Up (Vinyl, LP)

  1. LP, Vinyl record album (Mono 2 eye pressing, including the heavy booklet.) and is done in a style that recalls some of Gene Ammons' 60s ballad work and Rudy Collins on drums. There's a richly expressive feel to the music that makes the set hold up fantastically both as a sound track and as a jazz album – and titles include "The Pusher.
  2. Bonnie Guitar (born Bonnie Buckingham; March 25, in Seattle, Washington – January 13, in Soap Lake, Washington) was an American singer, musician, producer, and businesswoman. She was best known for her country-pop crossover hit "Dark Moon".
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Scheer Music - Rappin' It Up at Discogs. Complete your Scheer Music collection.
  4. The good news is that all the long CD versions of songs from Secret Dreams are included (the original CD had some songs that were longer than they appeared on the vinyl LP). The WEIRD news is that ONE song from Faster than the Speed of Night has been included in its single version instead of its epic full length version--that song being "Total /5(30).
  5. Originally released for Records Store Day in April , where the album was a single LP picture disc in a die-cut sleeve the album is now being released as a CD and standard black vinyl LP. The LP has been half-speed mastered by Matt Colton at Metropolis Mastering and comes as g vinyl and a .
  6. My Bonnie, Tony Sheridan and The Beatles is the collectable edition of title My Bonnie recorded by Beatles. The record was published with catalogue number Polydor NH This pressing was released in All. This record was release on It was released as a single (7") and appeared on the Polydor record label. The sleeve cover was.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Bonnie Guitar Sings on Discogs/5(2).
  8. Kunstner Titel Producer Plade DK Udgivet selskab; R.E.M. Automatic for the people: Scott Litt and R.E.M. LP: WARNER BROTHERS

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