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Someone Else - Naturalites* & The Realistic Band* - Marvellous (Vinyl, LP, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Someone Else - Naturalites* & The Realistic Band* - Marvellous (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Bakasa
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  2. Taurg
    Many, many LP's are being pressed and many new albums are being put on vinyl also (see robmiretsuberaperteczgavevicmidd.coinfo for reference), but the convenience and a renewed appreciation (also) of the CD will, I think, prevent a T/T appearing in the Rantz household anytime soon.
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  3. Tazilkree
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  4. Akinolabar
    I'm Gwena and I'm 16 years old.. I'm been playing piano since I was 7, and have loved (almost) every minute of it. I also play the trombone in jazz and concert band at school, and sing 2nd soprano in a couple of local choirs. My curret rep is, Bach P&F in c minor, Sonata in E Major op no.1 by Mozart, and Wedding Day in Troldenhaugen by Grieg.
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  5. Mikat
    The vinyl equivalent, which I haven’t actually handled, is a luxurious looking double, another first for a new, non-compilation album by the band. Produced by Andrew Sandoval and mixed by Christian Nesmith, it is a real pleasure to behold and be heard, rich and deep in detail.
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  6. Kajizilkree
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Naturalites* & The Realistic Band* - Marvellous at Discogs. Complete your Naturalites* & The Realistic Band* collection/5(11).
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  7. Voodoolar
    A remastered DOUBLE/LP reissue of the legendary hard/prog&psych album by the Swiss band under the influence of a.o. Pink Floyd, Genesis, Van Der Graaf Generator, Yes and Deep Purple. This edition is expanded with a full SECOND LP, featuring previously unreleased home recorded material from , plus a rare compilation track from
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  8. Malajora
    Meanwhile, acetates of both Glyn Johns’ rough mixes and the Get Back album had been sent (or leaked) to the press, and the LP was erroneously reviewed in Rolling Stone on 20th September. The original March mixes were also broadcast on various US radio stations that month, and became the basis for some of the earliest Beatles bootleg LPs.
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  9. Arashik
    One will be available at the band’s upcoming tour dates, starting October 15 (pressed on orange vinyl, featuring a cover of Amon Düül II’s track “Archangel’s Thunderbird.
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