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Kerosine - The Rhythm Junks* - Pop Off (CD, Album)

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  1. Junk Wagon's nine expansive tracks were all written and arranged by Daversa, who serves as the album's director as well as playing trumpet, EVI (Electric Valve Instrument), piano and singing. A large cast of woodwinds, brass and a razor-sharp rhythm section bring Daversa's songs to glorious, multi-hued fruition, anticipating each unexpected 5/5(3).
  2. Atlanta Rhythm Section The Album Atlanta Rhythm Section. out of 5 stars 6. Audio CD. $ Usually ships within 10 days. This CD is just junk. Terrible. They should pay you to take it off their hands. As a musician and ASCAP songwriter myself, I can't imagine why they thought anyone would want this rubbish.4/5(5).
  3. The label kicks off with Expanded Edition reissue of JoBoxers’ debut album. Captain Oi! Cherry Pop The Cherry Pop label is dedicated to interesting poptastic catalogue releases from records that originally came out in the ’s & 90’s. Cherry Pop got off to a flying start with releases from Latoya Jackson, Sheena Easton and Haysi Fantayzee.
  4. The Rhythm Junks* The Rhythm Junks* - Pop Off ‎ (CD, Album, Dig) Petrol: Belgium: Sell This Version: Cali: Cali - La Vie Est Une Truite Arc-En-Ciel Qui Nage Dans Mon Coeur ‎ (2xCD, Album.
  5. If you are new to Old-Time music, this is a great "play-along" album presenting straightforward versions of Old-Time and Celtic favorites. For aficionados of the rhythm bones, this is a "must-have" album with the best recordings of master bones player Russ Myers, plus his original stories about the historical context of the bones, and a short.
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  8. The heat is felt on churning, broiling riffs of 'Morningstar' and the spiralling licks of 'Kerosene'. Both songs recall the band's untameable full-length debut Red Album, released back when Baroness and their fellow Georgians in Mastodon and Kylesa were fervently barging their way to the vanguard of sludge in the US. But the major.