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The Lost - Set the Tone mp3 download

Performer: The Lost
Title: Set the Tone
Released: April 7, 2009
Size MP3 version: 1641 mb
Size FLAC version: 1779 mb
Size WMA version: 1898 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 707
Format: AAC ASF AU FLAC MPC VOX
Genre: Pop Rock

The Lost - Set the Tone mp3 download


Lost Our Way. Saving Superman. Just Keep Holding On. You & I. Save A Place. All These Small Things.

Crouse Written-By – N. Jones, T. Spearman Track 9. Mixed By – Rich Travali Producer – Al West, Poke And Tone Recorded By – Jon Shriver Written-By – A. West, J. C. Olivier, N. Jones, S. Barnes Track 1. Авторы текста и музыки.

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James released his debut soul album Set the Tone in 2005 which won him two MOBO Nominations for Best Newcomer and Best R&B Artist. Missing lyrics by Nate James?

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The Lost 2 Tone Album. Cherry Red have announced the official release of what has been described as the lost 2 Tone album. Rhoda Dakar joined The Bodysnatchers in 1979 after Shane McGowan introduced her to bassist Nicky Summers. 2 Tone label mates Lynval Golding and Sir Horace Gentleman of The Specials star alongside members of Pama International, The Sidewalk Doctors and Intensified, who admirably capture the spirit of the times. The majority of The Bodysnatchers songs had only ever been heard live, on ultra rare bootleg live cassettes or on their two John Peel sessions. Scratch the surface of the resulting upbeat album and you’ll hear Rhoda’s, the bands and 2 Tone’s defiant stance on social, political and economic injustice is as relevant today as it was three decades ago.

Tracks count: 13. Views: 3. Zentonic - Today 05:51. Zentonic - Penniless 03:57. Zentonic - Set the Tone 05:20. Zentonic - Green and Blue 00:52. Zentonic - Point of View 05:03.

The Lost Album eavesdrops on a day in the short life of one of modern music’s giants in a period of turmoil. Coltrane is audibly striving to release himself from the shackles of traditional song structures here, despite still being drawn to their improv challenges, and simultaneously pursuing a more open, free-floating sound beyond song shapes and chords.

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