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  2. Almost Alive in Two Zero One Five by Dave and Jerry, released 18 October 1. Alone 2. Ballad of the Green Mountain Boys 3. Dead Horses 4. Famous 5. Kill Your Friends 6. Kill Yourself in Cape May (Dave and Jerry vers) 7. Onion Tree 8. A Patch of Fog in Purgatory (Dave and Jerry vers) 9. Pentecost Pumpernickel Crust (Dave and Jerry vers)
  3. Unit 4+2 - Concrete & Clay The Complete Recordings This CD combines the contents of both Decca Records LPs by the Hertfordshire, England sextet, plus seven additional tracks that were never on either of their albums.
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  5. BABY NEVER SAY GOODBYE. UNIT FOUR PLUS TWO. DECCA F 49 Bob Marley's Legend album gets vinyl picture disc release. Queen to appear on UK postage stamps.
  6. David Shutt was a record collector from Austin, TX with a passion for garage rock and early psychedelia from the Lone Star State. Eager to spread the word about the many great but hopelessly obscure records he'd unearthed over the years, Shutt was responsible for a series of limited-edition vinyl compilations released under the umbrella title Flashback, which featured choice rarities from his.
  7. They are tracks twenty-five, twenty-six, twenty-seven and twenty-nine, “Baby Never Say Goodbye,” “For a Moment,” “Fables,” and “I Won’t Let You Down.” Track number twenty-eight is a song titled “The Green Fields,” a nice tune, and done fairly well, yet – again – it would not have made me want to /5(26).
  8. "Spasebo," Mike said, nodding at him and turning to the woman who had gotten her outer wear off to say goodbye. When he saw her, though, he froze. When he saw her, though, he froze. The girl was no more than fifteen, probably younger, with the most beautiful face he had ever seen in his life coupled with those startling blue eyes and fiery red.
  9. Alan Bergman, Soundtrack: The Way We Were. Prolific songwriter ("Nice 'n' Easy", "Yellow Bird"), composer and author, educated at UCLA and the University of Northern Carolina (BA). During WW II, he wrote and directed Special Services shows, then directed TV shows for CBS in Philadelphia, PA from He joined ASCAP in and wrote TV production numbers for Jo Stafford special.

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