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The Selectors - Rock Back / Pledging For Your Love (Vinyl)

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  1. Shat says:
    Lion Vibes is Reggae vinyl record heaven. Original Reggae records from ska to rocksteady to roots to the latest new shaka dub releases all in one place!! Offering .
  2. Fenrisho says:
    Collecting vinyl records is all about the experience—the way excitement builds when the record’s in your hands, the moment it hits the turntable and music fills the room. Curated by musicians and music lovers like Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Famer Matt Sorum, Experience Vinyl is the vinyl club without the commitment.
  3. Voodoorr says:
    I love vinyl, and CD, and hi-resolution digital. One correction: “back in the lates, vinyl and 8-tracks were pretty much the only way to listen to pre-recorded music, with digital an.
  4. Zulukazahn says:
    Dave Barker / Are You Sure / I Dont Know Why. Rock Back / Pledging For Your Love Side A. Side B. Artist The Selectors AKA Jerry Mathias Format 7 Rock Back / Higher And Higher Side A. Artist The Selectors Format 7 Producer Larry Lawrence Label Reggae (UK) Condition Ex £ BUY. In The Gutter / Beg In The Gutter (Ver).
  5. Fenrishura says:
    Releasing your music on vinyl creates a bridge, a special relationship between you and your fans. There is something special about holding an LP in your hands, looking at the artwork and the liner notes, the act of taking the disc out of the sleeve and setting the needle down, and hearing that first crackle as the music comes to life.
  6. Yozshukus says:
    (U.S –, –) Crosby, Stills & Nash was formed in the summer of by David Crosby who was preparing his solo a.
  7. Kazralkis says:
    Aug 05,  · Sony Brings Back Vinyl. Sony was the biggest producer of vinyl records through the s. The company decided that the cumbersome pieces of plastic were rendered obsolete by the cassette player and CD. After a 28 year hiatus, Sony announced that it was bringing back vinyl records. Record production has set a record and made a comeback in
  8. Dajin says:
    Feb 23,  · Mostly: good vinyl, decent cover art (sometimes terrible, like my S&G Bridge Over Troubled Water, which seems to be sourced from a by pixel JPEG), digitally sourced. It isn't really 'audiophile' stuff i.m.o., but living in The Netherlands it's a fine option for nice prices!

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