We Could - Ethel Delaney - Ethel Delaney And Her Buckeye Strings (Vinyl, LP, Album)
Label: Ohio Records - OHLP-67803 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •
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In the early days we had to take what we were given-- we didn't know how you can get more bass. We were learning the technique on 'Rubber Soul.' We were more precise about making the album, that's all. And we took over the cover and everything." GEORGE "I liked when we got into Rubber Soul Each album had something good about it and.
GOODMAN, BENNY -and his ORCHESTRA featuring JIMMY RUSHING and ETHEL ENNIS LIVE AT THE INTERNATIONAL WORLD EXHIBITION, BRUSSELS .
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"Rock the Boat" was first featured on the album (but a different edit version, which was the single, later appeared on certain editions of the band's second album Rockin' Soul). It was released as the third single from the album in early , to follow up Stallion's title song, which had peaked at number sixty-three on the Hot , and.
* 6x g vinyl LPs pressed on burled chestnut colored vinyl w/ hand-engraved, blind-embossed gold-leaf labels, housed in a laser-etched white birch LP folio * page deluxe large-format clothbound hardcover art book * page encyclopedia-style softcover field guide containing artist portraits and full Paramount discography.
We call this the black RCA Special Products label #1. In early , the label (near left) switched to a smaller logo at the top with "Special Products" under the logo. This label was used for vinyl issues from through the s. We call this the black RCA Special Products label #2.
For a short period of time, the album was released on Canadian red vinyl in a gatefold sleeve with poster (catalogue number SANR), and as a limited edition picture disc (catalogue number SRP),both have which become much sought after collectors items.
47 11 Favorite lyric? from The Boxer, Still a man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest Posted by: First Post Today at March 13, PM (ljmGq) "I was so lonesome I took my comfort there." That song has some great lyrics. Posted by: blake - semi lurker in marginal standing at March 13, PM (WEBkv) It's the whole verse, but I've always liked "In the.