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Label: Hit Bound - JJCD 6201 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Reggae • Style: Roots Reggae
Theres A Tree In The Meadow - John Holt - Special Request To All Music Lovers (CD)

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Over at the rather wonderful Music For Maniacs there's been a bit of a debate going on recently about the origins of the disc I present for your enjoyment today, a 45 from Ric King entitled The Return of a Soldier. To cut a long story short the Capitol Records 45 (catalogue number , fact fans) The Return of a Soldier, was co-written by one Lex De Acevedo a name which, through no fault of.

"The "Chitlin' Circuit," like "Tin Pan Alley" and "Motown" and other legendary music locations, is both a real and symbolic term for the on-and-off-again venues--shoebox-sized bars, clubs, cafes and increasingly in the 21st century, casinos-- that support traditional rhythm and blues in a tenuous but tenacious thread through America's mostly rural (or low-profile urban) Bible Belt.".

For the wild ones: den building in the woods. For the competitive ones, there’s traditional carnival games, tug of war, hook a duck, Wild West tin-can alley and much more to explore. Dog lovers will have the House of Mutt and their trainer’s onsite to answer all canine questions, as well as doggy agility around their obstacle course.

rabble. xxix. the tarantulas. xxx. the famous wise ones. xxxi. the night-song. xxxii. the dance-song. xxxiii. the grave-song. xxxiv. self-surpassing.


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  1. First Line: There's a pretty spot in Ireland I always claim for my land, where the fairies and the blarney will never never die. Chorus: Where dear old Shannon's flowing, where the three leaved Shamrock's grow Music by: Russell, James I. Words by: Russell, James I. P/P/D: New York, Chicago, San Francisco, London and Paris: M. Witmark and Sons.

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