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Funny You Should Mention That - Smudge (4) - Manilow (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Jan 02,  · Very few performers have an effect on the modern pop culture that this man has. With the largest fan base in the world, to do this man justice it has to be approached with the dignity & respect.
  2. A Conversation With Paul Anka For more than 60 years, legendary singer and songwriter Paul Anka has performed and produced music that has transcended generations and left an indelible mark that will live on for years to come. Ahead of his May 5 performance at the Golden Nugget in Atlantic City, Paul Anka was kind enough to speak with me about his impressive body of work.
  3. Its lively and well played, and it only clocks-in at 47 seconds (yeah, I'm aware that similar logic didn't save "Funny You Should Mention That". That's because that song comes from hell). Its inclusion adds a nice, quirky touch to an album that could've used more variety.3/5(1).
  4. MANILOW Side one 1. Manilow 2. Ingrown 3. Impractical Joke 4. Superhero 5. Funny You Should Mention That 6. Bodyshirt 7. Down About It 8. Little Help 9. Desmond. Side two 1. Scary Cassettes 2. Mr Coffee Man 3. Pulp 4. Dave The Talking Bear 5. Ugly, Just Like Me 6. Divan 7. Not Here For A Haircut 8. Don't Understand 9. Hell On Hot Bread Top.
  5. Manilow is a long album of short songs – tunes are grungy and catchy. “Keep it tight against your chest – this is my time I'd like to see the table turned, trade your placemat with mine. See if you can still make a ball or maybe eat the apple whole”. The album is laden /5(59).
  6. Mar 08,  · The marks on the Cream LP look like 'bag marks' caused by less than careful handling of the LP or maybe a stylus 'cascading' across the vinyl although the marks look too pronounced for that, I would say. As for the 'Pet Sounds', you could try vinylzyme to see if that smudge is some type of organic contamination on the vinyl.
  7. Jun 16,  · Let me tell you something, if I had my say, that song would have been Number One on Billboard’s Top 40 every week until the next Manilow single was released! The album can still be found as a vinyl LP, but it makes no sense at all, after three decades, why “Here Comes the Night” isn’t available on CD or iTunes.
  8. You should be RIGHT UP at % to % size when you do this, so you can REALLY see which style best matches/heals the text – and you can recognize artifacts all the better as well. a little (very little should be needed now) sweepy-clean-brush-smudge here can go fast.
  9. Maybe the most overstuffed collection of work we've ever seen from early New Orleans soul legend Eddie Bo – a set that not only includes his early classics for the Ric label, but also more obscure material for Apollo, Chess, Ace, and Swan – all brought together here with a number of unissued tracks from the time! If you don't know Eddie, you're in for a treat – as the singer first began.

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