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9 thoughts on “ Sailing - Ben Bagby - Sailing (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Vinyl and CD Discography; 9 Credits (LP, Album) Jazzworks: JW US: Sell This Version: HLPS Ben Bagby: Ben Bagby - Sailing ‎ (LP, Album) Hoctor Records: HLPS US: Sell This Version: Unknown Artist: Unknown Artist - Cheap Radio Thrills Volume IV (Album) 2 versions.
  2. B Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Yellow Country: US Released: Medium size T-Shirt Tracklist A1 Got To Be There A2 Rockin' Robin A3 What Goes Around Comes Around A4 Ben A5 We've Got A Good Thing Going B1 I Want You Back B2 ABC B3 The Love You Save B4 I'll Be There B5 Never Can Say Goodbye Under license to Bravado Merchandising.
  3. Ben Bagby Remote Control (as B. Beard) Ben Bagby - Sailing ‎ (LP, Album) Hoctor Records.
  4. LP, Vinyl g (total playing time 51'49) Recently I made myself an A/D-transfer of a TACET backwards vinyl record on the high end turntable “The Statement” together with the tangential tonearm “TT1” (both of Clear Audio). & Benjamin Bagby. CD (total playing time 73'00) Order no.
  5. Ben Bagby: Sailing: HLPS Hoctor Records: LP, Album,, US: Dittamo: Robin's Rock: HLPS Hoctor Records: LP,,, US: Unknown Artist: Westward Ho: HLP Hoctor Records: LP,,, US: Unknown Artist: Jazz On The Road: HLPS Hoctor Records: LP, Album,, US: Cameron McCosh: Music For Modern Dance: HLP Hoctor Records: LP, Album,, US: Daniel .
  6. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Tales From The Punchbowl at anasasatproguntrakineqovledcya.coinfo Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.
  7. But it is the stunning original — now expanded with bonus tracks into a double CD (£14) and double vinyl LP (£28) — that’s the best testimony to her talent. A concept album about everyday life in.
  8. Arguably one of the most successful James Bond soundtracks of the 70s – written for one of the most successful Bond films of the decade. The real standout, of course, is the title cut by Wings – the excellent "Live & Let Die", a sublime rock number that manages to capture the same soundtrack flourish as John Barry's older work in the genre. The tunes by George Martin are quite nice too.

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