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A Tear - Gene McDaniels* - Hit After Hit (Vinyl, LP)

Posted on 30.01.2020 by Kall
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8 Responses to A Tear - Gene McDaniels* - Hit After Hit (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Tauzil says:
    Amazon Music Unlimited HD Prime Music CDs & Vinyl Download Store Open Web Player MP3 cart Settings > Gene McDaniels Artist Overview Albums Gene McDaniels Artist Overview Albums. Digital Music. A Tear on Hit After Hit. Listen Now $ In .
  2. Mekinos says:
    Jul 29,  · After the late s, McDaniels turned his attention to a more black consciousness form, and his best-known song in this genre was "Compared to What", a jazz-soul protest song made famous (and into a hit) by Les McCann and Eddie Harris on their album Swiss Movement, and also covered by Roberta Flack, Ray Charles, Della Reese, John Legend, the.
  3. Vigul says:
    a Hundred Pounds of Clay: the Best of Gene McDaniels was released on Capital Records in as part of the Legendary Masters Series. later on, it was reissued on Collectibles Records in this product is the reissue from Collectibles and the sound quality is better than on the Capital Release. on the Capital release, the brass on "Tower of Strength" is all echoy, but on this reissue from /5(27).
  4. Yozshujind says:
    Badger45 13th Oct Australian (Kent) Music Report (Top ): Entry date 12 Aug , Peak 45, Weeks Adelaide Charts: Entry date 12 Aug , Peak 9, Weeks
  5. Mutaxe says:
    Thick Vinyl Pressing Is In VG++ Or Excellent Clean And Shiny Condition With A Few Light Sleeve Marks Plays Fine And Sounds Great! Labels Look Fine. In Shrink Cover (Jacket) Is In VG++ Or Excellent Condition All Seams Intact And Spine Is Legible.
  6. Arashimi says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Hit After Hit on Discogs. Label: Liberty - LRP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Pop • /5(15).
  7. Vudomi says:
    After the late s, McDaniels turned his attention to a more black consciousness form, and his best-known song in this genre was "Compared to What", a jazz-soul protest song made famous (and into a hit) by Les McCann and Eddie Harris on their album Swiss Movement and also covered by Roberta Flack, Ray Charles, Della Reese, John Legend, the.
  8. Dagar says:
    I've been a fan of the late Gene McDaniels for quite awhile, originally because of his song "A Hundred Pounds Of Clay." This CD collection though is actually a 2 CD set that is made up of 4 original LP albums. The LP's are "In Times Like These," "Sometimes I'm Happy," " Pounds Of Clay," and "Sings Movie Memories."/5(17).

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