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Funky Nassau - Black Britain - Obvious (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Black Britain - Obvious - pass is *** bycicek. Tracklisting: A1: Night People: A2: Obvious: A3: Baby Baby: A4: Black Britain Man.
  2. BURNING THE GROUND EXCLUSIVE “Funky Nassau” is a U.S. top twenty dance single by Synth funk – brit house British quintet Black Britain. “Funky Nassau” spent ten weeks on the U.S. Billboard dance chart peaking at #17 on September 26, The quintet released one album titled “Obvious”.
  3. Funky Nassau LP (Item ) Alston, Out Of Stock May have a number of marks (5 to 10 at most), and obvious signs of play, but never a big cluster of them, or any major mark that would be very deep. LP, Vinyl record album. Fela & Africa 70 Expensive Sh*t ( gram pressing) Knitting Factory, New Copy (reissue).
  4. Music is a wonderful thing - it has been with us throughout our lives and provides the soundtrack to so many experiences. At Atlas Records we know what music means to people (we feel the same!) that's why it's our aim to bring the music of the past and present to you through our UK based online record shop. From 7" to 12", from picture discs to coloured discs amd promo singles to hand signed.
  5. FUNKY NASSAU PART 1 & 2. THE BEGINNING OF THE END. ALL RECORDS PLAY CHECKED - A SIDE ONLY. if the scan shows a picture bag. £ for the 1st Single. 15p per single thereafter.
  6. A cult Hawaiian rare groove record. Featuring the mighty “Lihue”, “Island Boy” and “Mystery Blue”, this album has been at the top of wants-lists across the.
  7. Funky Nassau CD (Item ) Alston, Out Of Stock CD. Related searches Black vinyl that may show a slight amount of dust or dirt. (5 to 10 at most), and obvious signs of play, but never a big cluster of them, or any major mark that would be very deep.
  8. Aug 11,  · Red, Black & Green (Polydor, ) Listen / Buy. By the early ’70s, jazz musicians from Rahsaan Roland Kirk to Grover Washington, Jr. to Grant Green were filling their albums with bold reinterpretations of contemporary pop and R&B songs, but few of them hit the sort of trifecta Roy Ayers Ubiquity nailed on Red, Black & Green.

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