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Todd Rundgren - Changing Style
... my thought processes in a certain way, and I wanted to see if I could put them on a record ... over 55 minutes in length, compared to around 40–45 minutes for a typical pop-rock LP of the period ... since this extended running time took the album close to the practical maximum for an LP ...
Herb Pomeroy - Select Discography
... Walking On Air - with Donna Byrne Arbors Records Life is a Many Splendored Gig - The Herb Pomeroy Orchestra Roulette Records LP R-52001 Band in Boston - The Herb Pomeroy Orchestra United Artists ...
Parasites (band) - The Parasites Discography - Compilations
... Bands Only a Mutha Could Love - Mutha Records CD, US (1988) Brain Food - Dead Issue Records LP, US (1989) The World's in Shreds Vol. 4 7" EP - Shredder Records, US (1990) I Hear Ya! - Caroline Records CD, US (1994) Teenage Kicks - Custodial Records 10" EP, US (1995), Liberation Records, CD US (1997) Punk Rock Mega Explosion - Factory/Co ...
School Of Rock 'n Roll - Cover Versions of "School of Rock 'n Roll"
... The Alphabets LP The Alphabets “Bowl You Over” Rockhouse LPL 9201 ... Netherlands The Blue Moon Rockers CD The Blue Moon Rockers “School Of Rock Roll” Rarity Records CD-192527, 1996 Belgium Johnny Reno LP Johnny Reno “Third Degree” Wildcat Records LP-JE3D. 3 Various Artists” Rough House Records CD RHCD-003, 2004 Japan The Greyhounds CD The Greyhounds “Songs Our Daddies Taught Us” Pair Of Dice Records CD PODR-002, 2004 ...
John Doheny - Discography
... One Up, Two Back - JDQ Records CD618551 - 2002 John Doheny (tenor sax) Norm Quinn (trumpet and flugelhorn) Ridley Vinson or Tony Foster (piano) Al Johnston (bass) Stan Taylor (drums) Colleen ... CBC Records ... Garden - Within - Melody And Menace Records LP - CT - 1960 (1988) Downtown Kenny Brown and the Pervaders - Willin' and Ready - Razor Records/Blue Wave Records LP - 017 (1 ...

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    Although crowds gathered once if she but showed her face,
    And even old men’s eyes grew dim, this hand alone,
    Like some last courtier at a gypsy camping-place
    Babbling of fallen majesty, records what’s gone.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)