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My Lonely Feeling - Various - Doré: L.A. Soul Sides (CD)

9 thoughts on “ My Lonely Feeling - Various - Doré: L.A. Soul Sides (CD)

  1. Juran
    Apr 28,  · The nascent soul scene is represented here by Slim & the Twilites and Tommy & Leon, whose releases have a New Orleans feel but were most likely recorded in Los Angeles.
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  2. Takree
    Homegrown is a studio album by Neil Young released June 19, The album consists of material recorded between June and January The album was recorded after the release of On the Beach and before the sessions for Zuma.
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  3. Doujas
    My Lonely Feeling / What Did You Gain By That?, an album by Ken Ard, Milton James on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
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  4. Moogutaur
    Milton James’ ‘My Lonely Feeling’ was out of left field but catchy as hell – dynamite on the dancefloor of a dark, sweltering nightclub. Various Artists (Dore) CD £ Various Artists (Dore) MP3 £ Doré L.A. Soul Sides (MP3) 60s Soul. Various Artists (Dore) MP3 £ Catch Records T Shirt. Rock'n'Roll. Various.
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  5. Mikagrel
    Drifters - You're More Than A Number In My Little Red Book () 2. Drifters - I'll Get To Know Your Name Along The Way () 3. Drifters - Do You Have To Go Now () 4.
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  6. Kagajinn
    Ballads, Blues & Cocktails, an album by Ken Ard on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
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  7. Goltirn
    The second album, Beat `n' soul, was in every sense a follow-up to its predecessor and companion album here. It might well have been titled Rock `n' soul volume 2, though it contains one original song, Man with money, whereas the previous album contained no original material/5(12).
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  8. Samushakar
    Prior to that, Dore primarily released pop records by white acts, including some of the earliest songs and productions by Phil Spector -- this era is chronicled on the Ace compilation The Dore Story: Postcards from Los Angeles -- but from on, they focused on soul, and this compilation from Ace collects 24 sides from this time, including a couple previously unreleased cuts 8/
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  9. Mikalmaran
    Doré L.A. Soul Sides (MP3), MP3 (£) Lew Bedell’s Doré label only occasionally dabbled with black music in its early years. It was not until the British beat invasion of that soul acts were consciously sought out, so the company’s releases would not have to compete with those limeys for radio plays, on black stations at least.
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