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8 thoughts on “ Aint What You Do - Various - All That Good Jazz (Vinyl, LP)

  1. You can find most any LP in this book, from the the most popular pop records of the 50s and 60s to the most obscure art-rock records of the late 70s. Tips For older, more obscure international reggae and jazz LP's, it is almost impossible to find out for certain whether the record is an original pressing.
  2. Jan 25,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment All That Jazz · Chicago Ensemble () The Only Broadway CD/Cassette You'll Ever Need ℗ BMG Music Vocal: Bebe Neuwirth Composer: John.
  3. All That Jazz. Members: Peter Lööf vocals and guitar, Patrik Willard bass, Per Birger Ejnelind guitar, Pontus Wärmhed drums, Niklas Hellberg keyboards and Marie Lindbäck vocals. Most of the band members were born in save for Pontus and Marie who were born in
  4. Nov 22,  · Busting the myth of jazz as a private island for the smug, middle-aged and lonely. When the idea for this feature first came up it was with the working title ’15 jazz records for the uninitiated’ and the expressed aim of providing a sideways introduction to the breadth of the genre annually ignored by the London Jazz Festival, which concludes this weekend.
  5. Mar 24,  · Song Do You Love What You Feel; Artist Rufus, Chaka Khan; Album Do You Love What You Feel; Licensed to YouTube by WMG, UMG (on behalf of Non-Wea/Other); CMRRA, SOLAR Music Rights Management.
  6. We’ve all been new to the world of vinyl at some point. Some of us jumped into record collecting because we long for a more profound experience than streaming and earbuds. Some because we believe vinyl is indeed the superior format.
  7. Jul 28,  · I had a track on a CD made from the original pressing and we compared the two and the CD killed the vinyl played back on a very good turntable. Not even close and obviously cut from a commercial CD. You can read a review of a Vinyl Lover's John Cale reissue on this site. It's not pretty. Simply Vinyl refuses to identify sources.
  8. The 's were (in my opinion) the best era for films and at the tail end of it came Bob Fosse's magnificent All That Jazz. I would be 15 at the time I saw this at a local last-run theater and was mesmerized by the film as well as the music/5(54).

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