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Folk Song - The Jules Maxwell Project - Candy Floss (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Folk Song - The Jules Maxwell Project - Candy Floss (CD, Album) ”

  1. Nearly 11 minutes long and spanning two tracks on the original LP release the end of Side 1 and the beginning of Side 2it Lost Someone - James Brown - James Brown widely regarded as the album's high point and as one of the greatest performances in its idiom on record. Critic Peter Guralnick .
  2. This division is responsible for creating the annual, hugely successful Spring Fiesta as well as various launches and music tours around the country ­ bringing music to the people in an experiential form. The brand is also involved with an education platform for aspiring muso’s, the Soul Candi Institute of Music .
  3. Floss finds a new friend, Susan, who is interested in all her favourite things. When the fair comes back in town, Rose and Charlie consider dating, and Floss finds out both are interested in each other and get along well, while Rose lets Floss help her in the candy floss stall.
  4. Included is music written for the Kankaku (Sense) Museum in Miyagi, an exhibit on slime molds at the National Museum of Nature and Science in Ueno park, the stage performance Collecting Net (which also included music that would later become Danzindan-Pojidon) and their score for a Tokyo re-staging of New York avant-theatre pioneer Richard.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of What Does It Take on Discogs. Label: N-Coded Music - NCADV,Warlock Records - NCADV,BMG Nederland BV - NCADV • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul • Style: Funk/5(3).
  6. Label: Tangible, Candy Floss Cat#: TAN, CF Media Condition: Media: Mint (M) Sleeve Condition: Sleeve: Near Mint (NM or M-) Rare original pressing on limited transparent blue vinyl. Media is unplayed, and is assumed to be in mint condition. The front sleeve was hand-painted with very light peach watercolor%(79).
  7. Find Candy Dulfer bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - A hugely popular Dutch crossover jazz saxophonist.
  8. Wrong End Of The Rainbow is an album that lets Tom Rush bring in a lot more of his own songs than his Columbia Records debut – a great reminder of the early years of his career, when Tom gave the world a few songs that were picked up and redone by some of his key contemporaries! The style moves Rush even more past folk than before – still.

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