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Im A Woman - Shocking Blue - At Home (CD, Album)

8 Reply to “ Im A Woman - Shocking Blue - At Home (CD, Album) ”

  1. Gardamuro says:
    Album:Blue Train Designer: Reid Miles An iconic image of a true jazz great, the cover of Coltrane's Blue Train was supposedly inspired by Picasso's Blue Period. The photo, taken by Francis Wolff, certainly captures the sax legend in a pensive, thoughtful and, well, blue mood; basically looking like the super-cool legend he was.
  2. Kecage says:
    AM Pink Floyd “Matilda Mother” from the piper at the gates of dawn (Laptop, Album, Private, ) on Tower (US) AM Shocking Blue “Venus” from 45 AM Jerry Van Dyke “My Mother the Car” from TV Themes Vol. 2 (CD, Album, Private).
  3. Vigor says:
    Feb 15,  · Album: Something In Red. Lyrics: I'm looking for something in red. Something that's shocking to turn someone's head. Strapless and sequined and cut down to there. Stockings and garters and lace underwear. The guaranteed number to knock the men dead. I'm looking for something in red. I'm looking for something i green. Something to out do an ex.
  4. Dugrel says:
    The so-called “White Album” was innovative; the first LP cover to come out with no picture! It was creativity to the nth degree, man! Without it, AC/DC’s “Back In Black”, for example.
  5. Yozshurisar says:
    Shocking Blue was a Dutch rock band formed in The Hague in The band had a number of psychedelic rock hits throughout the counterculture movements era during the s and early s, including "Send Me a Postcard", "Love Buzz", and "Venus," the last of which became their biggest hit, and reached No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot and many other countries during and
  6. Fauramar says:
    Das CD-Album "Live In Japan" von Shocking Blue () - Alle Infos, Songs und mehr.
  7. Vomi says:
    Features The 25 Most Iconic Album Covers Of All Time. Truly iconic album covers don’t just define an album, they define an era, a generation and, in some cases, an entire musical genre.
  8. Tauzilkree says:
    # "Venus" by The Shocking Blue; Brian B from Southern La. Songwriter Dan Wilson is correct about Garfunkels voice; however, I hear it being sung stoically and with strength, not breaking in to emotion in order to bring comfort to another that is down. And that adds, ironically, to the emotion of .

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