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Mechanisation - Various - Industry Vol. 3 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Initially called Recommended Music, the label was renamed in , concomitantly to the establishing of No Man's Land, which ran parallelly. Also credited as publisher for some No Man's Land releases. Distribution: Recommended No Man's Land Publishing: Edition Review Records Labelcode: LC Missing: Mechanisation.
  2. *The first Iraqi popular music compilation released to a Western audience available on vinyl for the first time. This deluxe-edition vinyl reissue features re-mastered, and in some cases, completely restored audio, revised and updated liner-notes with new artist and track information, plus four additional tracks not featured in the first CD issue* Originally released in , while the U.S Missing: Mechanisation.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Industry Vol. 3 on Discogs. Label: KPM Music - KPM • Series: KPM Series • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul, Stage & Screen • Style: Theme/5(6).
  4. The item format is a vinyl LP The Artist Name is James Moody The Title is Wail Moody Wail Vol. 3 Condition Used The Media Condition is Near Mint The Sleeve Condition is Very Good Other Comments Media Condition-Near Mint. Sleeve Condition-Very Good. The Tracks of this item include 1. Wail Moody Wail 13 56 2. Moody's Blue Again 4 32 3. The Golden Seller Rating: % positive.
  5. The clear vinyl disc is flat, mostly silent, and housed in a larger-than-usual gatefold sleeve. Hery Paz’s artwork is compelling; the literature is hard to comment on based on a lone disembodied chapter. The sounds are impressive, but Newvelle hasn’t exactly set the standard against which all vinyl Missing: Mechanisation.
  6. After wearing out copies of Super Session and Super Session live on Vinyl, 8 track, cassette, and CD, to actually hear this new material was like the closest thing to time travel that I expect to ever get. On Al Kooper's web site he mentions how this album would be a Missing: Mechanisation.
  7. The tracks found here are a perfect example of this feeling, and come from the large catalog of what is perhaps the most important Italian label in the industry, Flipper Music, which by the end of the ‘60s had published, through its many labels (RTV, Canopo, Octopus, Deneb, Flower, Flirt), hundreds of now very rare and long out-of-print lockharecabelslatodoughdisecmira.xyzinfog: Mechanisation.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Ace (USA) Story Volume Three on lockharecabelslatodoughdisecmira.xyzinfog: Mechanisation.

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