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Friday (3) Meets Fabrice Laurent - Do You Wanna Jam (Vinyl)


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  1. Kazigis says:
    The Way You Do the Things You Do Performed by The Temptations Written by Smokey Robinson (as William "Smokey" Robinson) and Bobby Rogers (as Robert Rogers) Courtesy of Motown Record Company, L.P. by arrangement with PolyGram Special Markets ; Get Up (I Feel Like Being a Sex Machine) Performed by James Brown.
  2. Banris says:
    Sep 22,  · Join Bonnie as she shows your a creative and unique trick to metal signs, without the metal. She uses our metalized vinyl in a very unique way. Here are all the links to the products that we used.
  3. Dair says:
    Jun 14,  · DETROIT – Happy Friday!. 5 songs we have on repeat this week: With You -- Kaskade & Meghan Trainor. Meghan Trainor teamed up with DJ and producer Kaskade on her newest release, “With You.”.
  4. Dousida says:
    Jan 07,  · Kind of the US version of Music On Vinyl. Some hard to find titles you may want to get from the 90's have been coming out from them (ABB) but you wish someone 'audiophile' had tackled those releases. I don't like to blame the pressings on the label - but I've never received more problem copies from any other company.
  5. Dashakar says:
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  6. Kezshura says:
    Jul 25,  · Here's a Friday Funk Jam to get you in the mood for the weekend - 'Passion' by The Flirts. It's one of my all time favourite tracks and I've recreated it on the Prophet 5, Moog Grandmother and.
  7. Dour says:
    B2 – Mack Take A Hit Producer – Ice Cube: B3 – The Isley Brothers: Tryin' To See Another Day Producer – Angela Winbush, Ronald Isley: B4 – Bootsy Collins & Bernie Worrell: You Got Me Open Producer – Bootsy Collins, Ice Cube: C1 – Rick James: Mary Jane: C2 – Rose Royce: I Wanna Get Next You: /5(13).
  8. Samushura says:
    Mar 14,  · Made in U.S.A." Gives me a little confidence, when Friday Records is a company I've never heard of before. The album is substantial (as most gram issues are), and appears to be well-manufactured. The label, interestingly, is not the old Atlantic (or even Stax) labeling, but is a green-blue-and-white "Friday Music" label.

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