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Dog In The Night - Various - The Last Soul Company - Malaco A Thirty Year Retrospective


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Download Dog In The Night - Various - The Last Soul Company - Malaco A Thirty Year Retrospective
Label: Malaco Records - MCD 0030 • Format: 6x, CD Compilation Box Set • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul, Blues • Style: Rhythm & Blues, Soul


Lorelei - Ella Fitzgerald - Mack The Knife - Ella In Berlin, Wopbabalubop - Various - Hip Hop And Rap, How Nights Come Easy - Naif Motenai - Day 2 Of (File), Ludwig van Beethoven - Wilhelm Kempff, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra*, Ferdinand Leitner - Piano Con, Dann Schrei - Various - Plastic Bomb #38, You Move/Timelapse - Derek Piotr - Forest People Pop, Home - Illustration - Illustration, Gossip Folks (Fatboy Slim Remix) - Missy Elliott - Gossip Folks, Taxman - Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble* - Greatest Hits, Confusion - Flip Da Scrip - Confusion - The Album, C.C. Catch - Welcome To The Heartbreak Hotel, Satori Aisha (Satori In Asia) - Theodor Bastard - Pustota (Remastered 2014), Union Of Knives - Evil Has Never

8 thought on “ Dog In The Night - Various - The Last Soul Company - Malaco A Thirty Year Retrospective ”

  1. Faekus says:
    THE LAST SOUL COMPANY is an attempt to sum up what Couch and Stephenson have done for the roots music of America's southern region. The breadth of material included on this label retrospective, spanning three decades of music, is nearly as impressive for its diversity as for its high quality/5(3).
  2. Mit says:
    78 RPM out of stock: Milton Brown (78 rpm) Bring It On Down To My House Honey/ Ida Sweet As Apple Cider VG: Clif Bruner (78 rpm) I'll Keep Thinking Of You/ Neath The Purple On The Hills NM- Cliff Bruner (78 rpm) My Time Will Come Someday/ Jessie's Sister VG: Delmore Brothers (78 rpm) Pan American Boogie/ Troubles Ain't Nothin But The Blues NM- Delmore Brothers.
  3. Grosar says:
    From Here To Obscurity, founded ca. , population 1. The management wishes to emphasize that no promises vis-a-vis your entertainment have been guaranteed and for all intents and purposes, intimations of enlightenment fall under the legal definition of entertainment.
  4. Magore says:
    Dec 31,  · International Blues Airplay Chart #31 December Place This Month / Place Last Month / Artist / Release / Year / Label. 1 / 1 / RONNIE EARL & THE BROADCASTERS / The Luckiest Man / / Stony Plain Records 2 / 3 / SAMANTHA FISH / Belle of The West / / RUF Records 3 / 14 / COREY DENNISON BAND / Night after Night / / Delmark Records 4 / 6 / BENNY TURNER .
  5. Kijin says:
    LISTEN TO THE LAMBS by Johnny Otis BOOK $ Paper, pages, counts as three CDs for shipping In the summer of , the Los Angeles neighborhood of Watts exploded in a race riot that spanned six days, claimed thirty-four lives, and brought America's struggle with .
  6. Mazahn says:
    In , Malaco celebrated its 30 years in business with The Last Soul Company, a six-CD box set that spans and ranges from the decent to the superb. It's miraculous that the company survived long enough to have a 30th anniversary – small R&B labels have come and gone over the years, and Malaco itself almost went under at various times.
  7. Meztiramar says:
    year, according to the company's annual report. The report listed five reasons why the division achieved its gains, including: Overseas expansion with new licensee operations in three countries and establishment of a subsidiary company in West Germany.-Its own domestic distribution in Los Angeles, San Francisco, St. Louis and the Cleveland.
  8. Garisar says:
    The Last Soul Company: Malaco, A Thirty Year Retrospective [Box set] by Alex Henderson AllMusic. When Malaco Records started out in the late s, the label that small Southern R&B companies looked up to was Stax. The Jackson, MS-based Malaco, like the Memphis-based Stax, focused mainly on deep-fried Southern soul in the beginning — only in.

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