Category: Jazz

I Got Work To Do (Instrumental) - D-Melo - I Got Work To Do (Vinyl)

9 thoughts on “ I Got Work To Do (Instrumental) - D-Melo - I Got Work To Do (Vinyl) ”

  1. Oldies Music Lyrics surrounds you with those classic songs that have been forever, "Lost in the fifties." Return with me back in time to those vinyl record memories and the great old songs we grew up with during the golden age of vinyl records.
  2. Still got a thing for vinyl? It s OK. We get that. Satisfy that old-school itch and shop for records in a variety of categories or choose a bundled collection from select popular artists, both old and new. Then spin those RPMs just like you used to because some things should never go out of style.
  3. Jan 06,  · Label:Bassment Records Catalog#:BM Format:Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM Country:US Released Genre:Electronic Style:House Credits:Mixed By - Charlie Bass, .
  4. Jun 11,  · Stretch - Why Did You Do It (One-Two Jazz Mix) Label: Ariola ( ) Format: Vinyl, 12", Maxi-Single, 45 RPM Released: [Europe] Reproduced And Remixed by .
  5. Eligible physical albums (including CD, vinyl, and other formats) that are shipped and sold by Amazon include an AutoRip logo on the detail page. After you purchase an eligible album, an MP3 version of that album is added to your music library.
  6. May 26,  · Dr. SaxLove loves to play smooth songs, soft jazz, and mellow music, so here's a collection of mellow smooth jazz instrumental music created with a smooth mellow feeling in mind. Enjoy! Join our Dr. SaxLove Patreon Family - help us make more great music and videos.
  7. Sep 21,  · The disco Disco has changed. What has forever been defined by the glitter-ball aesthetic of Saturday Night Fever, has, slowly opened its arms to embrace a world of different musics, loosely connected by the idea, feel or groove of “disco”.Fuelled by voracious selectors and intrepid reissue labels bringing back 12″s from Beirut to Port Of Spain, our understanding of the genre has.
  8. Nov 23,  · Reissues were credited to Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers. The instrumental arrangement was by tenor saxophonist Jimmy Wright, who led the studio backing-band. Lymon left the Teenagers to go solo in but never repeated the success of ‘Why Do Fools Fall In Love.’ He died of a heroin overdose in Mickey & Sylvia.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *