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The Night - Various - The New York Doo-Wopp Album: Volume Five

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  1. Nikojind says:
    Red Nichols and his Five Pennies were one of the most popular bands of the New York Jazz scene of the s. They recorded under a variety of different names, including the Arkansas Travelers, The Red Heads, the Louisiana Rhythm Kings, The Charleston Chasers, The Six Hottentots, The Hottentots and Miff Mole and his Little Molers.
  2. Grotaxe says:
    The third turned out to be Matt's most politically prophetic album (about the rise of Islam) as well as being his most personal and dramatic one. The fourth, Dusk, on the other hand, can easily be described as his most mature and, perhaps, his most complete album with Johnny Marr's guitar shining as never before in the twilight of the album.
  3. Shajinn says:
    Nov 07,  · About Last Night. Terry Teachout on the arts in New York City. The twenty-five record albums that changed my life (18) November 7, by Terry Teachout. Various forms of the records-that-changed-my-life meme have been making the rounds lately, so I came up with my own version, which I call “The Twenty-Five Record Albums That Changed My Life.
  4. Doulmaran says:
    Doo Wop is a style of vocal-based rhythm and blues music, which developed in African-American communities in the s and which achieved mainstream popularity in the s and s. An African-American vocal style known as doo wop emerged from the streets of northeastern and industrial midwest cities such as New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Baltimore and Pittsburgh.
  5. Taushura says:
    Aug 31,  · The Danleers singing, "One Summer Night," from
  6. Daizuru says:
    Nov 18,  · About Last Night. Terry Teachout on the arts in New York City. The twenty-five record albums that changed my life (25) November 18, by Terry Teachout. Various forms of the records-that-changed-my-life meme have been making the rounds lately, so I came up with my own version, which I call “The Twenty-Five Record Albums That Changed My.

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