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Come On Home - Generation Band* - Soft Shoulder (Vinyl, LP, Album)


Download Come On Home - Generation Band* - Soft Shoulder (Vinyl, LP, Album)
1983
Label: Nautilus Records (3) - NR 62 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Contemporary Jazz, Jazz-Funk, Fusion


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  1. Come Back Home by K.I.N.E.T.I.K. & Terem, released 15 November 1. Come Back Home 2. Come Back Home (Instrumental) 3. Come Back Home (Acapella) Home is still where the art is and for his new single; K.I.N.E.T.I.K. teams up with label-mate, Terem, to drop a buttery but funky jam just in time for the forthcoming festive season. From the beats to the rhymes, and the life experiences it draws.
  2. This album is a musical masterpiece, from start to finish. It's sheer genius is evident throughout the entire disc. The best thing about the "Gen' Band's," "Soft Shoulder" is the incredible amount of passion, love and soul that was put into the making of it.5/5(3).
  3. "Come Home" is a song by English rock band James, first released as a single in November by Rough Trade. Like the preceding single, "Sit Down", it received little attention initially and led to James parting ways with Rough tasulformmapelsi.backlocaredipraperliehalpreclare.infoinfo Mercury Records had signed the band to the Fontana label and experienced chart success with "How Was It for You" they re-released "Come Home" in June
  4. Founded in the early s in London, UK. Disbanded in They signed to CBS Records in and released their first album, Pause for a Hoarse Horse, in August. They started touring in November when they supported Led Zeppelin at the second Electric Magic Show at the Wembley Empire Pool. The LP reached number 41 in the UK Albums Chart.
  5. If you like Come Home, you may also like: go to album. In Condemnation by Pandemix. The Boston hardcore band’s latest rages against injustice, never once giving up the fight. Bandcamp Album of the Day Feb 27, go to album. Evening Reception by Vanity. Crunchy garage jams co-mingle with country on the Brooklyn band's surprise LP.
  6. This was originally a track from American Pop Rock band OneRepublic's debut album, Dreaming Out Loud. In it was remastered with new, featured vocals by singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles and released as the fifth single from the set. This song was written by frontman Ryan Tedder about a.
  7. COME Vinyl Records and CDs: Chris Brokaw was the coolest guy in my high school. Call Come whatever you want -- blues-punk, post-noise, avant-thrash -- the music they make is powerful, soaked with emotion and old. To steal a lyric from Curt Kirkwood, Come play with "ancient blocks of sound." If Brokaw can't make you feel with the washes of.
  8. The easy, fast & fun way to learn how to sing: tasulformmapelsi.backlocaredipraperliehalpreclare.infoinfo Come on, come on home, whoa, whoa Come on, come on home, whoa, whoa I remember times we would both sit and laugh About nothing at all And the hours would pass, oh We could sit and watch every flick from the store And the world we'd ignore Money made, then we'd be broke How do we get this back, oh How do we get this back, oh [Chorus.